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3PMCES - Performance, Power and Predictability of Many-Core Embedded Systems

DATE 2014 Friday Workshop

March 28, 2014, Dresden, Germany


3PMCES Workshop:

Important Dates:

  • Abstract submission deadline: February 15 2014
  • Notification of acceptance: March 1
  • Final poster and accompanying paper deadline (up to 2 pages): March 22

The scope of the workshop is to address challenges of embedded portable software development on multi-core structures related to various performance aspects, power efficiency, correctness and reliability including aging. The workshop will present the current state of these efforts, achieved results so far, and will devise future ways of potential further enhancements. It will address key challenges in the provision of integrated solutions, including secure, reliable, and timely operations, back-annotation based forward system governance, tool-tool, tool-middleware, and middleware-hardware exchange interfaces, and energy management with minimal run-time overhead.

Besides conceptual solutions, it will give an overview of practical in-field experiments on real industry projects provided for "seamless connectivity and middleware" by realizing a common middleware layer that is designed to support new wireless communication standards, while being portable across different platforms. It will also demonstrate some of the developed tools and preliminary results achieved in three European projects: CRAFTERS (, PaPP ( and RELY (

We will discuss the experiences from working with the tools on industrial applications.

Call for Posters Technical Areas:
The event will focus on the following areas (but is not limited to them, presentations will also be sought from areas outside of the list below):

  • Real-time applications for heterogeneous, networked, embedded many-core systems
  • Software portability with preservation/predictability of performance
  • Secure, reliable, and timely operation of embedded many-core systems
  • Reliability of MPSoC under aging, soft errors and PVT variation
  • Performance and power modeling and predictability for parallel platforms
  • Back-annotation based forward system governance
  • Tool-tool, tool-middleware, and middleware-hardware exchange interfaces
  • Energy management with minimal run-time overhead for eSW development
  • Adaptation of parallel SW to different many-core platforms, including an adaptive runtime system

Submission Guidelines:
Please submit poster draft and one page abstract for the deadline of February 15 in PDF format using the EasyChair conference manager:

The final version of poster and 2 pages paper will be submitted after the review process (no later than March 22).

Formatting style according to the IEEE rules:

Templates are provided for Microsoft Word and LaTeX. For more information, see:

All submitted posters will be reviewed on the basis of technical quality, relevance, significance, and clarity. At least three reviews for each paper will be assigned. Accepted papers will NOT be included in the DATE proceedings, but ECSI regular proceedings will be issued from the event.

Poster requirements :

  • Authors must bring a pre-printed poster to the conference. We will not print the poster for you.
  • Poster Size A0: 1189mm x 841mm (46.8" x 33.1"), vertical (portrait)/ no horizontal (landscape). 1 sheet of paper, not a collection of A4 papers.
  • Please add your picture and contact information to the poster

Organizing Committee:
Tapani Ahonen - senior scientist at Technoconsult (TC), assistant professor at Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland.
Mats Brorsson - professor of Computer Architecture at KTH, Sweden and a senior researcher at Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS).
Sven Karlsson - associate professor at DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark.
Walter Stechele - associate professor at Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany
Adam Morawiec - director at ECSI, France.