VEE 2012 will take place at the Royal Society, a learned society
whose history goes back to the 17th century. The venue is in the
heart of London, within walking distance of major attractions such as
Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, and Buckingham
Lunch is included Saturday and Sunday, as is dinner on Saturday night.
Saturday 3rd March 2012
- Challenges in Building a Real, Large
Evangelos Kotsovinos (Morgan Stanley)
10.00am—10.30pm, Session 1: Modeling
11.00am—12.30pm, Session 2: Multicore and Scale
- Virtualization Challenges: A View from
Server Consolidation Perspective.
Kevin Tian (Intel Asia-Pacific Research & Development Ltd)
- REEact: A Customizable Virtual Execution
Manager for Multicore Platforms.
Wei Wang (University of Virginia),
Tanima Dey (University of Virginia)
Ryan W. Moore (University of Pittsburgh),
Mahmut Aktasoglu (Pennsylvania State University),
Bruce R. Childers (University of Pittsburgh),
Jack W. Davidson (University of Virginia),
Mary Jane Irwin (Pennsylvania State University),
Mahmut Kandemir (Pennsylvania State University),
Mary Lou Soffa (University of Virginia)
- DVM: Towards a Datacenter-Scale Virtual
Zhiqiang Ma (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology),
Zhonghua Sheng (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology),
Lin Gu (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology),
Liufei Wen (Huawei),
Gong Zhang (Huawei)
1.30pm—3.00pm, Session 3: Embedded Systems and
- SimTester: A Controllable and Observable
Testing Framework for Embedded Systems.
Gregg Rothermel (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
- Swift: A Register-based JIT Compiler for
Embedded JVMs. [SLIDES]
Binyu Zang (Fudan University)
- Facilitating Inter-Application
Interactions for OS-level Virtualization.
Zhiyong Shan (Renmin University of China),
Xin Wang (Stony Brook University),
Tzi-cker Chiueh (Stony Brook University),
Xiaofeng Meng (Renmin University of China)
3.30pm—5.00pm, Session 4: Enabling High
Sunday 4th March 2012
- Virtual Smartphone Computing.
Jason Nieh (Columbia University)
11.00am—12.30pm, Session 5: Instrumentation.
- libdft: Practical Dynamic Data Flow
Tracking for Commodity Systems.
Vasileios P. Kemerlis,
Angelos D. Keromytis (Columbia University)
- Transparent Dynamic Instrumentation.
Derek Bruening (Google),
Qin Zhao (Google),
Saman Amarasinghe (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
- Execution Mining.
Andrew Warfield (University of British Columbia)
1.30pm—3.00pm, Session 6: Dynamic Analysis and
- DDGacc: Boosting Dynamic DDG-based Binary
Optimizations through Specialized Hardware Support.
Antonio Gonzalez (Intel Barcelona Research Center (IBRC) &
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
- Adding Dynamically-Typed Language Support
to a Statically-Typed Language Compiler: Performance Evaluation,
Analysis, and Tradeoffs.
Kazuaki Ishizaki (IBM Research Tokyo),
Takeshi Ogasawara (IBM Research Tokyo),
Jose Castanos (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center),
Priya Nagpurkar (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center),
David Edelsohn (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center),
Toshio Nakatani (IBM Research Tokyo)
- Unpicking The Knot: Teasing Apart
Stephen M Blackburn,
Daniel Frampton (Australian National University)
3.30pm—5.30pm, Session 7: Security.
6.00pm—9.00pm, ASPLOS 2012 welcome reception