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July 17, 2013
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July 22-25, 2013
The 2013 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing

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CDES'13 - The 2013 International Conference on Computer Design

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CDES'13 is the 13th annual conference; originally it was offered as part of PDPTA




    You are invited to submit a full paper for consideration. All accepted papers will be published in printed conference books/proceedings (ISBN) and will also be made available online. The proceedings will be indexed in science citation databases that track citation frequency/data for each paper. In addition, like prior years, extended versions of selected papers (about 35%) will appear in journals and edited research books (publishers include: Springer, Elsevier, BMC, and others). CDES '13 is composed of a number of tracks, including: tutorials, sessions, workshops, posters, and panel discussions. The conference will be held July 22-25, 2013, Las Vegas, USA.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

      • Processor and co-processor design
      • Microarchitectures
      • Systems design and scaling techniques
      • Superscalar and dataflow design
      • Performance analysis and evaluation
      • Multi-thread, multi-cluster, multi-core systems and processors
      • ASIC design and architectures
      • Arithmetic circuits + Logic and circuit design
      • Power-efficient computer design and power management
      • Parallel/multi-processor computer architectures
      • Architecture simulation systems
      • System-on-a-chip: design and methodologies
      • Cache and memory systems
      • Reliable architectures
      • Computer systems design and applications
      • High-level design methodologies
      • Support of operating systems and languages
      • Compiler technologies
      • Synthesis and Pipelining
      • Electrical/packaging designs and co-designs
      • FPGA-based design
      • Quantum computing
      • Impact of novel technologies on computer architecture
      • Case studies
      • Nanotechnology - all areas of nanotechnology are of interest
          - Miniaturization of science
          - Integration of high-performance computing in nanotechnology
          - Bio-inspired and nano-scale integrated computing
          - Material science as it relates to nanomaterials and technology
          - Nanodevices and nanostructures
          - Biomolecular machinery
          - Nanomedicine
          - Scanning probes
          - Nanoelectronics
          - Nanosensors
          - Supramolecular chemistry and technology
          - Nanoscale structures and nanosystems
          - Biomedical engineering and nanotechnology
          - Nanotech and space exploration
          - Nanotechnology and bioinformatics
      • Real-Time Computing and Systems
          - Hardware software co-design
          - Energy-aware real-time systems and applications
          - System-on-chip
          - Quality of service and scheduling
          - System design and analysis
          - Infrastructure and hardware
          - Software technologies (real-time operating systems, middleware and distributed technologies, compiler support, ...)
          - Embedded systems and ubiquitous computing
          - Resource management
          - Scheduling algorithms and analysis
          - Real-time kernel support
          - Real-time control and sensing
          - Real-time and embedded distributed algorithms and systems
          - Real-time middleware systems
          - Knowledge-based real-time systems
          - Algorithms and emerging applications

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