12th Nordic Workshop on Multi-Core Computing (MCC2019)
Karlskrona, Sweden, November 27, 2019
Angelos Arelakis, Zeropoint
Jakob Engblom, Intel
Håkan Grahn, BTH (chair)
Troels Henriksen, U. Copenhagen
Magnus Jahre, NTNU
Jörn Janneck, LU
Sven Karlsson, Ericsson
Christoph Kessler, LiU
Krzysztof Kuchcinski, LU
Johan Lilius, Åbo U.
Björn Lisper, MdH
Lars Lundberg, BTH
Helmut Neukirchen, U. Iceland
Tomas Nordström, UmU
Miquel Pericàs, Chalmers
Christian Schulte, KTH
Magnus Själander, NTNU
Zain Ul-Abdin, Halmstad U.
Anders Åhlander, SAAB
Oct. 6: Submission deadline
Nov. 1: Author notification (updated)
Nov. 22: Registration deadline
Nov. 27: MCC Workshop
Håkan Grahn, BTH
The workshop will be held at Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), Karlskrona, Sweden.
Building J, room J1610.
2019-12-03: Slides for most of the presentations are published at Advance program
2019-11-25: Location: Karlskrona Campus, Building J, room J1610. Map of campus
2019-11-06: Advance program published: Advance program
2019-11-04: Registration is now open (deadline Nov. 22): Registration page
2019-11-01: List of accepted papers is published: papers
2019-10-22: ZeroPoint Technologies and Ericsson Research confirmed industrial speakers.
2019-10-15: After discussions in the PC, we decided to run the workshop as a 1-day event this year, on November the 27th. This year's workshop will include an industrial session and a tutorial on SkePU.
The objective of MCC is to bring together Nordic researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to present and discuss recent work in the area of multi-core computing. This year's edition is hosted by Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, Sweden.
The scope of the workshop is both hardware and software aspects of multi-core computing, including design and development as well as practical usage of systems. The topics of interest include, but is not limited to, the following:
- Architecture of multi-core processors, GPUs, accelerators, heterogeneous systems, memory systems, interconnects and on-chip networks
- Parallel programming models, languages, environments
- Parallel algorithms and applications
- Compiler optimizations and techniques for multi-core systems
- Hardware/software design trade-offs in multi-core systems
- Operating system, middleware, and run-time system support for multi-core systems
- Correctness and performance analysis of parallel hardware and software
- Tools and methods for development and evaluation of multi-core systems
There are two types of papers eligible for submission. The first type is original research work and the second type is work already published in 2018 or later.
Participants submitting original work are asked to send an electronic version of the paper that does not exceed four pages using the ACM proceedings format, http://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template, to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mcc20190.
The same URL is to be used should you want to present an already published paper as described above. In that case, you need to clearly specify that the paper is already published and where the paper has been published.
No proceedings will be distributed. Contributions will not disqualify subsequent publication in conferences or journals.