Call For Papers
August 1-3, 2001, Cumberland Falls, Kentucky
Although LCPC2001 is placing emphasis on invited presentations by well-established researchers in the field, submissions are welcome from any researchers working in the general areas of compiler techniques, run-time environments, algorithms, and architectures for parallel and high-performance computing. All papers will be reviewed by the program committee and, if needed, by external reviewers.
Selected papers will be accepted for presentation at the workshop, inclusion in an informal workshop proceedings, and publication by Springer-Verlag in a formal proceedings. To ensure the integrity of the workshop, it will be required that at least one of the authors of each accepted paper register for and attend the workshop.
As in past years, we expect the workshop proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. The document preparation instructions for the Lecture Notes in Computer Science for authors and editors should be able to answer most of your questions. LNCS also are published, in parallel to the printed books, in a full-text electronic version. Therefore, authors of accepted papers will be expected to submit, in addition to the printed papers, the electronic files of all parts of the manuscript (including front matter pages) as advised in the instructions.
Submissions should be kept to a maximum of 15 pages in the final format specified by Springer-Verlag.
Watch this page for details about how to submit your paper electronically as either a postscript (prefered) or PDF file with the US standard letter page size (i.e., not A4). We plan to use either an HTML upload form or an email server; to facilitate the Springer-Verlag publication, hardcopy submission is strongy discouraged.
Larry Carter (UCSD)
Siddhartha Chatterjee (UNC Chapel Hill)
Jeanne Ferrante (UCSD)
Manish Gupta (IBM Research)
Sam Midkiff (IBM Research)
Jose Moreira, (IBM Research)
Jan Prins (UNC Chapel Hill)
Bill Pugh (UMD)
Chau-Wen Tseng (UMD)
Utpal Banerjee (Intel Corporation)
David Gelernter(Yale University)
Alex Nicolau (U. California, Irvine)
David Padua (U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Hank Dietz (email) (University of Kentucky)
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Kentucky
Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing