[ecoop-info] CFP: Workshop on Memory Management and Managed Runtimes (MMMR)

Jeremy Singer jsinger at cs.man.ac.uk
Tue Apr 27 15:06:10 CEST 2010

Workshop on Memory Management and Managed Runtimes (MMMR)
Microsoft Research Cambridge
Friday 28th May 2010

Call for Participation

Memory management remains an important research area, given the
increased adoption of managed runtime environments, and the
challenges of multi-core and many-core platforms.  This one-day
workshop aims to bring together UK academics and industry, to
create new links and enhance existing collaboration within the
framework of the UK Memory Management Network.

Includes, but not limited to:
 - virtual machine implementation
 - garbage collection algorithms
 - performance tuning techniques
 - empirical studies of dynamic behaviour
 - abstractions and models for memory management
 - runtime support for multi-core

At http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~jsinger/mmmr.html
Free registration. You are encouraged to volunteer a
presentation, if appropriate.  Provisional programme will be
posted at

Drinks and light refreshments will be provided at the
workshop. Unfortunately we are unable to subsidise main meals,
accommodation or transport costs.

Workshop places and talk slots will be allocated on a first-come
first-served basis. If you would like to give a talk, please
indicate this when registering for the workshop.  Talk abstracts
will be collected before the workshop.  We will collect slide
presentations (PDF format) during the workshop.  These will be
archived at the workshop website.

Important Dates:
21st May 2010 - online registration deadline
28th May 2010 - MMMR workshop in Cambridge

The workshop organisers are:

* Tim Harris, Microsoft Research Cambridge
* Richard Jones, University of Kent
* Alan Mycroft, University of Cambridge
* Jeremy Singer, University of Manchester, jsinger at cs.man.ac.uk

The MMMR workshop is arranged by the UK Memory Management Network
(MM-Net) http://www.mm-net.org.uk . We gratefully acknowledge the
support of Microsoft Research Cambridge, which is hosting the

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