June 10, 2007



Breakfast (0800 to 0855)



Welcome (0855 to 0900)

Organizers:     Lieven Eeckhout (Ghent University)

                        Joshua J. Yi (Freescale Semiconductor)



Keynote (0900 to 1000)

Raising the Level of Modeling Abstraction: Benefits, Limits and Pitfalls

            Pradip Bose (IBM Research – Thomas J. Watson Research Center)



Morning Break (1000 to 1030)



Session 1: Tools (1030 to 1230)

Chair: TBA


AWB: The Asim Architect's Workbench

            Joel Emer (Intel, MIT-CSAIL)


ATMI: Analytical Model of Temperature in Microprocessors

            Pierre Michaud (IRISA) and Yiannakis Sazeides (University of Cyprus)


ReTrace: Collecting Execution Trace with Virtual Machine Deterministic Replay

            Min Xu, Vyacheslav Malyugin, Jeff Sheldon, Ganesh Venkitachalam, Boris Weissman (VMware Inc.)


Software Infrastructure and Tools for the TRIPS Prototype

            Bill Yoder, Jim Burrill, Robert McDonald, Kevin Bush, Katherine Coons, Mark Gebhart, Sibi Govindan, Bertrand Maher, Ramadas Nagarajan, Behnam Robatmili, Karthikeyan Sankaralingam, Sadia Sharif, Aaron Smith, Doug Burger, Stephen W. Keckler and Kathryn S. McKinley (University of Texas at Austin)



Lunch (1230 to 1330)



Session 2: Simulation (1330 to 1430)

Chair: TBA


High Speed CPU Simulation using JIT Binary Translation

            Nigel Topham (University of Edinburgh)


CoGS-Sim: Co-Phase Guided Small-Sample Simulation of Multithreaded and Multicore Architectures

            Joshua L. Kihm and Daniel A. Connors (University of Colorado at Boulder)



Panel: “Future challenges in modeling, benchmarking and simulation” (1430 to 1530)

Moderators:    Lieven Eeckhout (Ghent University)

                        Joshua J. Yi (Freescale Semiconductor)


Participants:   Leslie Barnes (AMD)

                        Steve Blackburn (Australian National University)

                        Pradip Bose (IBM)

                        Joel Emer (Intel)



Closing Remarks (1530 to 1535)

Organizers:     Lieven Eeckhout (Ghent University)

                        Joshua J. Yi (Freescale Semiconductor)