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Call for Participation in the International Workshop on Solutions for Multicore Debug 2015

SMD 2015 (previously known as S4D and MAD)

December 8, 2015 Hilton City Center, Munich, Germany from 9:00 to 16:30

Registration is open!

International Workshop on Solutions for Multicore Debug

The Multicore Application Debugging (MAD) Workshop team and the System, Software, SoC and Silicon Debug (S4D) Conference team are pleased to announce the merge of both events to form the new International Workshop on Solutions for Multicore Debug (SMD). In this way we strengthen our core idea to bring together the brightest minds in academia and industry on the subject of debugging in one place.



Registration for SMD workshop is open

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Workshop organizers:

Rainer Leupers (RWTH Aachen) , Andreas Herkersdorf (TU Munich), Albrecht Mayer (lnfineon), Adam Morawiec (ECSI), Philipp Wagner (TU Munich), Luis Gabriel Murillo (RWTH Aachen)



SMD workshop Program

  • Keynote: Runtime Verification for Multicore Systems,
    Fadi Kurdahi, UC Irvine

  • Non-Intrusive Online observation of Multicore Processors,
    Alexander Weiss, Accemic

  • Combining Runtime Verification and Execution Time Estimation,
    Boris Dreyer, Fachgebiet Rechnersysteme, TU Darmstadt

  • Online Runtime Verification on Multicore Systems,
    Norman Decker, ISP, Universität zu Lübeck

  • CApToR: Casual Trace Reconstruction from Semantic Metadata,
    Randolf Rotta, Brandenburgische Technische Universität

  • Keynote: Verification of a Cache-Coherent Multiprocessor System,
    Bodo Hoppe, IBM Böblingen

  • A framework for systematic analysis of eventtraces for software debugging and optimization,
    Salman Raffiq, Frauenhofer ESK

  • Task Centric Debugging for High Gain Data Processing Units,
    Catalin Horghidan, Freescale

  • A Practical Approach: Automatic Bug Search Engines,
    Lin Li, Infineon Technologie

  • Pre-Silicon Multi-Core Hardware/Software Debug,
    Russel Klein, Mentor

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