Call for Proposals for Workshops

Proposals are solicited for workshops to be organized in conjunction with ASPLOS-XV. Please keep in mind that the goal of workshops is to foster discussion on new topics in emerging areas and that a major characteristic of the workshops should be a high level of interactivity. Please choose the workshop topics and format accordingly. Send your workshop proposals to Ken Mai (CMU) before October 1, 2009, with the following information:

  1. Title of the workshop
  2. Organizers and their affiliations
  3. A sample call for papers, including workshop's main objectives, main topics, and expected program committee (if possible)
  4. Expected duration of the workshop; i.e., 1/2 day, full day, or 2 days
  5. Expected workshop format, i.e., keynote+talks+panel, keynote+talks, etc. Also, for talks, what is the expected breakdown for presentation and questions. E.g., for a 30 minute talk, 25+5, or 20+10, etc
  6. If the workshop was previously held, the number of published papers and attendees at the last workshop
  7. Please answer the following two questions pointedly (not as a part of the sample call for papers):
    • How/why would the workshop be useful to the ASPLOS community?
    • What specific plans do you have to make the workshop interactive?