Selse-9: The 9th Workshop on Silicon Errors in Logic - System Effects
March 26-27, 2013 - Stanford University
SELSE 9 Program:
This year's SELSE workshop features three keynote talks. The first talk by Dr. Sani Nassif (IBM) will discuss defect trends in the most aggressive CMOS technology nodes. The second by Dr. John Daly (CEC) addresses how reliable computer systems are built from unreliable components. The final keynote talk by Mark Shaw (Microsoft) will look at how hardware failures impact cloud compute infrastructure.
A panel discussion with experts from industry will debate the accuracy of past reliability road-maps and will confront the current predictions. Finally, a very strong program of oral and poster presentations is under review and will be available shortly.
- Silicon Today, Silicon Tomorrow. Dr. Sani R. Nassif (IBM).
- Hardware errors at Cloud-scale: Ignore, Retry, or Abort?. Mark Shaw (Microsoft's GFS).
- Emerging challenges in high performance computing: Resilience and the science of embracing failure. Dr. John T. Daly (CEC).
- Reliability Roadmaps: Are the Predictions Getting Better or Worse?
- Author notification: February 5, 2013
- Discount rate at Stanford Guest House: February 23, 2013
- Camera-ready submission: March 5, 2013
- Early registration deadline: March 12, 2013
- Conference dates March: 26-27, 2013