[Mono-list] VEE'07 CFP!

Chandra Krintz ckrintz at cs.ucsb.edu
Fri Jan 5 12:56:58 EST 2007

The 2007 ACM International Conference on Virtual Execution Environments
Call for Papers
VEE brings together researchers and  practitioners in the area
of virtual execution environments for programs. These areas
include such topics as high-level language virtual machines
(JVMs, CLRs, etc.), process and system virtual machines,
hardware support for virtualization, interpreters, translators,
machine emulators, and simulators.  The VEE conference seeks
original papers in areas including, but not limited to:

    Virtual machines for high-level languages
    High-level languages for virtualization
    System support for virtual execution environments
    Virtual execution environment support for parallelism
    Virtualization for security, correctness, and reliability
    Dynamic compilation techniques
    Binary translation and optimization
    Novel aspects or applications of interpreters
    Processor/architecture simulators
    Experiences with virtual execution environments

Important Dates:
    Submission deadline: Thursday, February 5th, 2007, at 11:59PM PST
       (see this URL to determine the deadline in your time zone:
    Author notification: March 11, 2007
    Camera-ready deadline: April 5, 2007

    Conference dates: June 13-15 in San Diego, CA USA (with FCRC'07!)

Submission guidelines:

    Papers must be formatted according to the ACM proceedings format and
    should be no longer than 10 pages in this format. This page limit  
is all
    inclusive and will be strictly enforced.
    See the conference webpage for a link to the format templates and
    additional submission information and a link to the submissions  

    The program committee will evaluate the technical contribution of  
    submission as well as its general accessibility to the VEE audience.
    Papers will be judged on significance, originality, relevance,  
    and clarity. The paper must be organized so that it is easily  
    by an audience with varied expertise. The paper should clearly  
    what has been accomplished, why it is significant, and how it  
    with previous work. Papers that introduce new ideas or approaches  
    especially encouraged.

VEE Organization:
    General Chair:  Chandra Krintz, UC Santa Barbara
    Program Co-Chairs:  Steven Hand, Univ. of Cambridge
       and David Tarditi, Microsoft Research
    Program Committee:
       Brian Bershad, Univ. of Washington
       Jack Davidson, Univ. of Virginia
       Amer Diwan, Univ. of Colorado
       Chris Fraser, Google, Inc.
       Sam Guyer, Tufts Univ.
       Tim Harris, Microsoft Research Cambridge
       Gernot Heiser, Univ. of New South Wales
       Tony Hosking, Purdue Univ.
       Kate Keahey, Argonne National Laboratory
       Orran Krieger, IBM Research
       Roberto Lerusalimschy, Departamento de Informatica, PUC-RIO,  
       Brian Lewis, Intel Research
       Michael Philippsen, Univ. of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
       Timothy Roscoe, ETH Zurich
       Mauricio Serrano, IBM Research
       Tatiana Shpeisman, Intel Research
       Mary Lou Soffa, Univ. of Virginia


Chandra Krintz                          			http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/ 
Assistant Professor                   		ckrintz at cs.ucsb.edu

University of California            		Engineering I, Rm. 2153
Department of Computer Science		Phone: (805) 893-3960
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5110      	Fax: (805) 893-8553
RACELab:  Research on Adaptive
Compilation Environments           	http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~racelab

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