Reminder - Call for Papers VM 2004

Discussion in 'Java' started by Alex Walker, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. Alex Walker

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    The VM'04 Program Committee invites you to contribute refereed papers
    and work-in-progress reports to the third USENIX Virtual Machine
    Research and Technology Symposium (VM'04). The Program Committee also
    welcomes ideas, proposals, papers for invited talks, and suggestions for
    birds-of-a-feather sessions.

    Third Virtual Machine Research and Technology Symposium 2004 (VM'04)
    May 6-7, 2004
    San Jose Hyatt
    San Jose, CA

    Paper submissions are due October 13, 2003

    The scope of the symposium will expand beyond that of the first and
    second Java (TM) Virtual Machine symposia (JVM'01 and JVM'02) to
    encompass other virtual machines, such as Microsoft's .NET initiative,
    and low-level virtual machines/environments such as VMware, Connectix
    Virtual PC, and SWSoft Virtuozzo.

    Relevant topics for VM'04 include, but are not limited to the following:

    VM implementation
    Hardware implementation of standard VMs
    Compilation techniques
    Garbage Collection
    Embedded VM systems
    Large VM and Server Issues (scalability and availability)
    Interactions and trade-offs with static compilation
    VMs and Grid Computing
    Porting Experiences
    Performance Issues and Tuning Techniques
    Multiple VM environments and interactions
    Proposed standards, particularly empirical studies Alternate VM

    The complete call for participation and submission information can
    be found at

    The symposium will have 2 days of technical sessions. Sessions will
    include presentations by invited speakers and authors of refereed
    papers, the popular Work-in-Progress session, and birds-of-a-feather
    sessions. VM '04 will continue to emphasize research and advanced
    engineering techniques applicable to the development of virtual
    machines, with an emphasis on experimental results. A Symposium
    Proceedings will be printed and distributed to attendees.

    Awards for the best paper and the best paper that is primarily the work
    of a student will be presented at the Symposium.

    We look forward to seeing you in May 2004 in San Jose!

    Tarek Abdelrahman, University of Toronto
    VM'04 Program Chair

    The Virtual Machine Research and Technology Symposium is sponsored by
    USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association, in cooperation with
    ACM Sigplan.
    Alex Walker, Aug 1, 2003
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