2nd Workshop on Design Tools and Architectures for Multi-Core Embedded Computing Platforms (DITAM’2013)
Berlin, Germany, January 22, 2013
To be held in conjunction with:
the 8th International Conference on High-Performance and Embedded Architectures and Compilers (HiPEAC)
January 21-23, 2013, Berlin, Germany. [Location: Radisson Blu Hotel in the center of Berlin (http://www.radissonblu.com/hotel‐berlin)]
João M. P. Cardoso, Universidade do Porto, Portugal,
Michael Huebner, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany,
Run-time Adaptivity Techniques Session Chair:
Cristina Silvano, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Heterogeneous Many-Core Architectures Session Chair:
Stephan Wong, TUDelft, The Netherlands
Design Tools and Methodologies Session Chair:
Zlatko Petrov, Honeywell, Czech Republic
Web Submissions and Poster/Demos Session Chairs:
Vittorio Zaccaria, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Diana Goehringer, KIT, Germany
Panel Session Chair:
Michael Huebner, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
The workshop tries to bring together researchers actively working on methodologies, design tools, and architectures, for multi-core embedded computing platforms.
The workshop will have three main sessions:
l Heterogeneous Many-Core Architectures: on the most relevant problems arising during the design exploration and optimization of heterogeneous many/multi core architectures.
l Design Tools and Methodologies: on the state-of-the-art of tool development and on fresh ideas to make design tools aware of non-functional requirements and different target architectures.
l Run-time Adaptivity Techniques: on the state-of-the-art techniques to dynamically manage and adapt the resources of the target architecture to runtime workloads and/or new applications.
We invite submissions of posters/demos covering the topics of the three workshop sessions. Poster submissions should either be a 150-200 word abstract or in the form of the poster itself (in an A4 or US Letter size format). Demo submissions should be a 150-200 word abstract describing the demo the authors intend to show. Both submissions should clearly identify the relevant session (Run-time Adaptivity Techniques, Heterogeneous Many-Core Architectures, or Design Tools and Methodologies).
Posters will be published online at the Workshop web site.
Posters/Demos submission website: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ditam2013
Posters/Demos submission deadline: October 15, 2012
Notification of acceptance: November 15, 2012
Posters/Demos submission deadline: November 15, 2012
Notification of acceptance: December 15, 2012
Posters can be up to A0 format and preferably with a portrait layout.
Embedded computing is one of the computing areas where multi/many-core architectures are being used to achieve high-performance and/or energy savings. Tight and demanding requirements, short time-to-market and possible product upgrades, make the development of applications and the design of embedded architectures very challenging. Techniques for hardware/software co-design, for configuring the system according to application needs, for programming the multiple cores, and for generating customized hardware accelerators are currently hot topics of research. Furthermore, customization via reconfigurable hardware, run-time resource management, and run-time adaptability are seen as promising techniques to adapt the embedded computing architecture to the application requirements.
This workshop will serve as a privileged forum to discuss recent research and development advances from academia and industry.
This workshop is mainly organized around the final results of three EU funded FP7 projects, namely 2PARMA (PARallel PAradigms and Run-time MAnagement techniques for Many-core Architectures, http://www.2parma.eu/), ERA (Embedded Reconfigurable Architecture, http://www.era-project.eu/), and REFLECT (Rendering FPGAs to Multi-Core Embedded Computing, http://www.reflect-project.eu/). We plan to have contributions from other ongoing EU funded FP7 projects.
This workshop will present the approaches and research efforts being explored, the results achieved, and the proposed research avenues of those projects.
Furthermore, We intend to have three invited talks, one per main topic, given by prestigious speakers. These invited talks will possibly give other views not necessarily tied to the specific objectives of the projects. Finally, a panel will allow a fruitful discussion between members from academia and from industry.
Demos and Posters about the three FP7 Projects: