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Apr 29, 2013, 5:31:47 AM (8 years ago)
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Ian Stark
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D6.4/D6.5 executive summary

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    64 \textbf{
    65 Report n. D6.4-6.5\\
    66 Dissemination Events}
     65\textbf{Deliverable 6.4\\[3\jot]
     66 Organization of an Event Targeted to Potential Industrial Stakeholders}
     67\end{LARGE}
     68\end{center}
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     72\begin{center}
     73\begin{LARGE}
     74\textbf{Deliverable 6.5\\[3\jot]
     75  Organization of an Event Targeted to the Scientific Community}
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    99 \paragraph{Abstract}
    100 This Report witnesses the two Dissemination events planned for in WP6 as Deliverables D6.4, D6.5.
     107\section*{Executive Summary}
     108\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{Executive Summary}
     109
     110CerCo Work Package~6 on \emph{Dissemination and Exploitation} includes two
     111deliverables that take the form of event organization.
     112\begin{description}
     113\item[D6.4: Organization of an Event Targeted to Potential Industrial
     114  Stakeholders] ~
     115
     116  Realised as:
     117
     118  \emph{CerCo: Certifying Costs in a Certified Compiler}\\
     119  Workshop at HiPEAC 2013: 8th International Conference on High-Performance
     120  and Embedded Architectures and Compilers \\
     121  Wednesday 23 January 2013, Berlin.
     122 
     123\item[D6.5: Organization of an Event Targeted to the Scientific Community] ~
     124
     125  Realised as:
     126
     127  \emph{CerCo/PROARTIS Technical Day on Innovative Techniques on Timing
     128  Analysis}\\
     129  Workshop at ETAPS 2013: European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of
     130  Software \\
     131  Sunday 23 March 2013, Rome, Italy
     132\end{description}
     133This report describes the completion of these deliverables, their outcome and
     134impact on future dissemination.  We note in particular the following.
     135
     136\begin{itemize}
     137\item Interaction with other projects and research groups.  Both events had
     138  invited talks from notable researchers, and the workshop targeted to the
     139  scientific community at ETAPS was presented jointly with the PROARTIS
     140  project.
     141
     142\item Good fit with the other activities at both the industrially-targeted and
     143  scientific events: the CerCo event at HiPEAC was part of a workshop track on
     144  compilers which ran throughout the conference; and the CerCo day at ETAPS
     145  collaborated with the parallel workshop QAPL (Quantitative Aspects of
     146  Programming Languages on Systems) through three joint talks.
     147
     148\item Additional scientific impact and further directions, including:
     149  \begin{itemize}
     150  \item Potential of CerCo technology to carry out early-stage timing analysis
     151    not reachable with current WCET object-code tools (identified by invited
     152    speaker Bj\"orn Lisper).
     153  \item Parameterisation of CerCo analyses with respect to different cost
     154    algebras  (identified in interaction with QAPL speakers).
     155  \item Application of probability distributions over costs to tame cache
     156    unpredictability (arose from presentation of Vardanega from PROARTIS).
     157  \end{itemize}
     158  All of these are discussed in detail in the report.
     159
     160\item New links to industrial researchers and other European projects:
     161  PROARTIS, COST action TACLe, parMERASA, and T-CREST.
     162\end{itemize}
     163
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    111 The Grant Agreement specifies the following deliverables from WP6, ``Dissemination and Exploitation'':
     174CerCo Work Package~6 specifies the following two deliverables under
     175\emph{Dissemination and Exploitation}.
     176
    112177\begin{quotation}
    113 \textbf{D6.4) Organization of an Event Targeted to Potential Industrial Stakeholders}: We will organize a public event opened to industries and other potential stakeholders and we will invite a few potentially interested industries to be identified in D6.2 and during the project development. The event could be affiliated to an international conference relevant to the project and could involve a tutorial on the use of the software developed in CerCo. The deliverable date is only indicative, since we need to identify a suitable conference for affiliation. The event could be co-located and partially overlap with D6.5. [month 34]
     178  \noindent\textbf{D6.4) Organization of an Event Targeted to Potential
     179    Industrial Stakeholders}: We will organize a public event opened to
     180  industries and other potential stakeholders and we will invite a few
     181  potentially interested industries to be identified in D6.2 and during the
     182  project development. The event could be affiliated to an international
     183  conference relevant to the project and could involve a tutorial on the use
     184  of the software developed in CerCo. The deliverable date is only indicative,
     185  since we need to identify a suitable conference for affiliation. The event
     186  could be co-located and partially overlap with D6.5. [month 34]
    114187\end{quotation}
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    116189\begin{quotation}
    117 \textbf{D6.5) Organization of an Event Targeted to the Scientific Community}: We will organize a public event aimed at presenting the CerCo compiler to the scientific community. The event could be affiliated to an international conference relevant to the project and it could involve a tutorial on the use of the software developed in CerCo. Alternatively, it could consist in a course give in an international summer school on the use and implementation of the CerCo compiler. The deliverable date is only indicative, since we need to identify a suitable conference or summer school for affiliation. The event could be co-located and partially overlap with D6.4. [month 34]
     190  \noindent \textbf{D6.5) Organization of an Event Targeted to the Scientific
     191    Community}: We will organize a public event aimed at presenting the CerCo
     192  compiler to the scientific community. The event could be affiliated to an
     193  international conference relevant to the project and it could involve a
     194  tutorial on the use of the software developed in CerCo. Alternatively, it
     195  could consist in a course give in an international summer school on the use
     196  and implementation of the CerCo compiler. The deliverable date is only
     197  indicative, since we need to identify a suitable conference or summer school
     198  for affiliation. The event could be co-located and partially overlap with
     199  D6.4. [month 34]
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    119201\end{quotation}
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