Compiler, Architecture, and Tools Conference (CATC)
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This annual event held in Haifa is a unique opportunity for academia and industry communities to meet and discuss the key issues and innovative work in compilation, computer architecture, and tools.
The interaction between advanced compilation techniques, modern processor and computing architectures, and associated tools continues to face new challenges and opportunities. The event focuses on these exciting new directions and how they influence the architecture and compilation domain. It also aims to address validation of source code requirements, and AI and machine learning workload demands.
Compilers, runtime, and tools for modern server, client, mobile, and embedded systems
Compilation for validation and formal verification
Compiler or hardware support for hiding memory and I/O latencies
Compilation to hardware
Dynamic translation and optimization
Heterogeneous architectures and computational models
GPU, accelerator, and coprocessor architectures
Power, performance, and monitoring tools for application behavior understanding
Optimizations for parallel programs, algorithms, and applications
Systems, especially related to interactions with compilers or architecture
Compilation, system, and hardware advances relating to security, AI, and machine learning
Authors should submit an abstract of their contributions by email to CATC.
Submissions must include an abstract of 100 to 300 words and the contact information. You are encouraged to provide related documents with additional details on their research work, such as an extended abstract, paper, and links. Abstracts, and eventually presentations, will be provided online on this webpage. In addition, you may submit papers recently presented in (or accepted to) top-tier conferences in the areas of interest.
Gadi Haber (Email), Dorit Nuzman (Email), Ayal Zaks (Email), Intel Development Center, Haifa Erez Petrank, computer science, Technion, Haifa (Email) Mark Silberstein, electrical engineering, Technion, Haifa (Email) Yosi Ben-Asher, computer science department, University of Haifa (Email) Leeor Peled, Toga Networks (Email)