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[TCPP-announce] CFP: PACT 03 Work in Progress Session [Deadline: August 8, 2003]

Call for Participation

Work in Progress Session at PACT 2003 -
The Twelfth International Conference on
Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques
http://www.ccs.neu.edu/pact03/

We continue the traditional of holding a "Work in Progress" session at
PACT-2003.  The goals of this session are to provide an interesting and
lively discussion on a range of research projects, as well as to inject some
fun into our PACT meeting.

The WIP is intended to be an informal session to spark new  ideas and
interactions. In keeping with this spirit, prizes will be awarded based on
audience feedback. Topics of interest include all aspects of computer
architecture and compilation techniques. Presentations will be limited to 8
minutes + 2 minutes for comments and question.

If you would like to participate in this fun and lively session held at one
of the top conferences in architecture and compilation, we encourage you to
submit an abstract.  Paper will appear in a proceedings of the WIP, that
will be distributed to attendees.

Due dates:

Abstract due: August 8th, 2003  (Sorry, no extensions can be granted.)
Notification: August 15th, 2003
Abstracts must be sent by email to
pepe.gonzalez@intel.com (PDF format only please)

Session Organizer:

Jose (Pepe) Gonzalez
Intel Labs Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
Phone number: (country code +34) 93 413 7989
Fax number:   (country code +34) 93 413 7755

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