[gclist] UK Memory Management Network Workshop
Mon Mar 1 15:05:38 PST 2004
4th UK Memory Management Network Workshop
University of Cambridge
10am-5pm, Monday 19 April 2004
The UK Memory Management Network (http://www.mm-net.org.uk) intends to
hold a second general workshop at the University of Cambridge Computer
Laboratory on Monday, 19 April. This follows on from our first
general workshop, held at the University of Glasgow in June 2002, and
workshops on Analytical Techniques for Memory Management at the
University of Kent at Canterbury in May 2003 and on Memory Management
for Handheld Devices at University College London in December 2003.
The aims of the Memory Management Network include the creation of a UK
forum in the field of memory management. It aims to complement existing
strengths and support rapid exchange of ideas. In particular, it provides
a mechanism for bringing together researchers and developers from key UK
organisations and universities.
We define memory management broadly to include topics such as:
. garbage collection of main-memory, persistent and distributed
. explicit dynamic memory allocation/de-allocation,
. measurement of memory system workloads, such as access patterns
and object demographics,
. interactions between programming languages, operating systems
As with previous workshops, the day will include a mixture of
presentations and time for discussion about ongoing work and future
research directions. Sessions will run from 10am until 5pm, with
coffee etc available from 9am.
Registration is free for mm-net members and should be made by e-mail
to the organiser, Tim Harris <email@example.com>. Coffees and
lunch will be provided. 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, and indicate whether you
prefer a short (15 min) or normal (30 min) slot. Please also indicate
if you would like suggestions about traveling to Cambridge or about
Titles and abstracts should be finalised before the workshop. We will
collect presentations from the workshop online to form an informal
proceedings at the time, and may approach speakers to form an edited
formal proceedings at a later date.
Some support for travel costs for UK personnel may be available
(please contact mm-net project co-ordinator Richard Jones
now provisional registration and notification of talks
8th April 2004 workshop programme confirmed
19th April 2004 workshop
26th April 2004 provide copies of presentations for online "proceedings"
MM-NET is generously sponsored by the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences
Research Council (EPSRC).
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