[LLVMdev] LLVM European User Group Meeting 2011 - Call For Participation
Anton.Lokhmotov at arm.com
Mon Jul 25 07:51:25 PDT 2011
Dear LLVM users,
Just a gentle reminder about the LLVM European User Group Meeting that will
be held on 16 September 2011 in London. If you wish to present your work at
the meeting, please send an extended abstract to Euro-LLVM at arm.com by 1
August 2011. Please see further information below or visit
ARM Ltd. is proud to sponsor the first European LLVM User Group Meeting, in
London, UK, on the afternoon of Friday, 16th September, 2011.
This will be a half-day meeting for LLVM users to exchange ideas, expose new
developments and generally strengthen the network of LLVM developers in and
around Europe. The meeting is open to anyone, from corporate to academia,
professionals to enthusiasts.
While this is not a full conference like the US LLVM Developers' Meeting, we
plan to have talks, posters, demonstrations and a lot of discussion. We hope
that those most active in LLVM development will consider attending both
The topic themes for the September 2011 meeting include:
* CPU architecture support, code generation, generic optimizations
* OpenCL and graphics processing
* Interesting research and projects using the LLVM infrastructure
* Current developments and the future of LLVM (MC, JIT, vectorisation, &c.)
Call for Speakers, Posters, Demos:
We are looking for speakers to cover these topic themes. Speakers may
represent research, hobbyist, or commercial activity. All are welcome. For
this initial meeting we are planning to have only 3-4 presentation slots and
place for a couple posters, so we shall choose papers/posters/demos breadth
first, to cover as many topic themes as possible.
The deadline for receiving an extended abstract is 09:00 BST 1st of August,
2011. Speakers will notified of acceptance or rejection before 17:30 BST 9th
August 2011. The final submission deadline is 09:00 BST 12th September 2011.
Slides and posters must be in PDF format and will be published
electronically via the LLVM web presence after the meeting.
We'll be discussing the organisation of the event on the main LLVM mailing
list (llvmdev at cs.uiuc.edu), and we welcome suggestions and help. The
will take place during the afternoon and we'll provide dinner and some beer
at the end to complement the networking.
Registration is via email (Euro-LLVM at arm.com), on a
basis, free of charge. Please, send your details (name, email,
company/institution) and we'll publish this in the official LLVM website
(unless requested otherwise). Attendance will be limited to about 60 people,
depending on the venue.
At this time, we cannot be sure if there will be funding for active
contributors and students to attend the event. However, we are hopeful that
we will have company sponsorship to make this happen. Those who are funded
are required to present at the meeting and may have other requirements from
their sponsor (i.e. writing a blog post, etc).
If you need funding to attend the meeting, or can help sponsor, please tell
in your registration email (to Euro-LLVM at arm.com).
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systems) and as the compiler internal representation (to analyse and
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(which makes it easy to understand and use), source-language independence,
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