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CASES 2004 Call for participation

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by Alain Darte, Jul 26, 2004.

  1. Alain Darte

    Alain Darte Guest

    CASES 2004
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    International Conference on
    Compilers, Architecture and Synthesis for Embedded Systems

    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
    http://www.casesconference.org
    Washington D.C, USA
    September 23 - 25, 2004

    The CASES conference provides a forum for emerging technology in
    embedded computing systems, with an emphasis on compilers and
    architectures for embedded systems. CASES is a common forum for
    researchers with an interest in embedded systems to reach across
    vertically integrated communities and to promote synergies. As
    evident from the past CASES meetings, several emerging applications
    are critically dependent on these interactions for their sustained
    growth and evolution.

    ADVANCE PROGRAM:

    http://www.casesconference.org/cases2004/cases04_adv_program.html

    WORKSHOPS:

    CTCES - Workshop on Compilers and Tools for Constrained Embedded Systems
    http://www.crest.gatech.edu/conferences/cases2004/ctces04.html

    MASES: Workshop on Media and Signal Processors for Embedded Systems and SoCs
    http://www.crest.gatech.edu/conferences/cases2004/mases04.html

    KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS:

    Kees Vissers, Xilinx Research, Programming models and architectures for FPGA platforms.
    http://www.casesconference.org/cases2004/keynote1.html

    John Cornish, ARM Limited, Balanced Energy Optimization
    http://www.casesconference.org/cases2004/keynote2.html

    HOTEL INFORMATION:

    http://www.casesconference.org/cases2004/hotel.html

    REGISTRATION:

    http://www.eecs.umich.edu/cases2004/
     
    Alain Darte, Jul 26, 2004
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