[ecoop-info] CGO 2022 - Call for Workshops and Tutorials

Dongyoon Lee dongyoon at cs.stonybrook.edu
Mon Oct 4 15:09:52 CEST 2021

[Please accept our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this call]

IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO)
co-located with PPoPP, HPCA and CC
Seoul, South Korea
February 12 - 16, 2022

# Call for Workshops and Tutorials

CGO 2022 will host workshops and tutorials on Saturday and Sunday (2/12 -
2/13/2022) before the main conference. This is your event’s chance to take
advantage of the interdisciplinary audience of CGO, HPCA, and PPoPP. Please
submit a proposal!

# Submissions

Email the proposal as a PDF file (1-2 pages) to the CGO 2022 Workshops and
Tutorials Chair, Taewook Oh (twoh at fb.com), with the email subject
containing "[CGO'2022wt]".

* Proposal submission deadline: Friday, October 29, 2021 (AoE)
* Final notification of acceptance: Sunday, November 14, 2021
* Workshop/tutorial dates: February 12-13, 2022

# Contents for all proposals

* Title: (name of workshop or tutorial)
* Type: (workshop or tutorial)
* Duration: (1/2 day or full day or two days)
* Expected number of participants:
* Advertisement: how do you plan to solicit participation to your
workshop/tutorial (e.g., via social media, workshop/tutorial website,
mailing lists etc.)
* Information on past workshop/tutorials: (number of attendees/submissions)
on the same topic held with this or other conferences (if any).

# Additional contents of a Workshop Proposal

* Sample call for papers, including workshop title, scope, format and the
main topics of the workshop.
* Invited or keynote speakers (if any).
* Panel discussion (if any).
* Organizers’ bios and affiliation.
* A tentative list of PC members.
* Whether the selected papers will be published (and, if so, where and
how). Please note that workshops that wish to publish accepted submissions
in the ACM Digital Library will require approval by the SIGPLAN executive

# Additional contents of a Tutorial Proposal

* An outline of tutorial content and objectives.
* Prerequisite knowledge.
* Special requirements (if any).
* A biography of the tutorial organizers and relevant experiences on the

Best Regards,
Dongyoon Lee
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Computer Science
Stony Brook University
339 New CS Building, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-2424
dongyoon at cs.stonybrook.edu

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