[lldb-dev] CFP for the 6th European LLVM conference on March 17-18, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain
Arnaud Allard de Grandmaison via lldb-dev
lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org
Tue Jan 26 10:05:07 PST 2016
For your information, we have decided to extend the CFP by a few days, up
to this Friday, May 29th.
So you still have 'till the end of this week to submit a presentation,
lightning talk, poster, tutorial or BoF to the EuroLLVM 2016.
Arnaud A. de Grandmaison
On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 11:42 PM, Arnaud Allard de Grandmaison <
arnaud.adegm at gmail.com> wrote:
> We are pleased to announce the 6th European LLVM conference on March
> 17-18, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.
> This will be a full two-day conference which aims to present the latest
> developments around LLVM and help strengthen the network of LLVM developers
> and users. The format will be similar to that of the previous meetings,
> with ample time for presentations, discussion, and networking between
> participants. The meeting is open to anyone whether from industry or
> academia, professional or enthusiast and is not restricted to those from
> Europe - attendees from all regions are welcome !
> EuroLLVM 2016 will be held at Princesa Sofia Hotel (
> http://www.princesasofia.com/en), collocated with the International
> Compiler Construction conference (http://cc2016.eew.technion.ac.il/) and
> CGO (http://cgo.org/cgo2016/)
> We invite academic, industrial and hobbyist speakers to present their work
> on developing or using LLVM, Clang, etc. Proposals for technical
> presentations, posters, workshops, demonstrations and BoFs are welcome.
> Material will be chosen to cover a broad spectrum of themes and topics at
> various depths, some technical deep-diving, some more community focused.
> We are looking for:
> - Keynote speakers.
> - Technical presentations (30 minutes plus questions and discussion)
> related to the development of LLVM, Clang, LLD, LLDB, Polly, ...
> - Presentations relating to academic or commercial use of LLVM, Clang
> - Lightning talks (5 minutes, no questions, no discussion).
> - Workshops and in-depth tutorials (1-2 hours - please specify in your
> - Poster presentations.
> - Birds of a Feather sessions (BoFs).
> **Important dates**
> The deadline for receiving submissions is January 25, 2016.
> Speakers will be notified of acceptance or rejection by February 15th,
> Submissions should be done using the Easychair platform:
> - https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eurollvm2016
> Please note that presentation materials and videos for the technical
> sessions will be posted on llvm.org after the conference. We have
> reserved additional spots for speakers, such that they can attend the
> conference even though we have reached our registration limit.
> In terms of submission style, we are looking for:
> - A title and an extended abstract,
> - A title, abstract and slides.
> Please make clear the status of the slides (are they a skeleton of your
> presentation with the detail missing ?), or, perhaps a section of detail
> that lacks introduction and conclusions? Also make sure to give enough
> information in the extended abstract: the more you can give us and tell us
> the easier it will be for us to be positive about your submission.
> Proposals that are not sufficiently detailed (talks lacking a
> comprehensive abstract for example) are likely to be rejected. Slides and
> posters must be in PDF format.
> **About LLVM**
> The LLVM Infrastructure is a collection of libraries and tools that make
> it easy to build compilers, optimizers, Just-In-Time code generators, and
> many other compiler-related programs. LLVM uses a single,
> language-independent virtual instruction set both as an offline code
> representation (to communicate code between compiler phases and to run-time
> systems) and as the compiler internal representation (to analyse and
> transform programs).
> This persistent code representation allows a common set of sophisticated
> compiler techniques to be applied at compile-time, link-time, install-time,
> run-time, or "idle-time" (between program runs). The strengths of the LLVM
> infrastructure are its extremely simple design (which makes it easy to
> understand and use), source-language independence, powerful mid-level
> optimizer, automated compiler debugging support, extensibility, and its
> stability and reliability.
> LLVM is currently being used to host a wide variety of Academic Research
> projects and commercial projects.
> For more information, please visit:
> - http://llvm.org/devmtg/2016-03/
> We are looking forward to seeing you in Barcelona !
> Arnaud A. de Grandmaison
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