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2nd International Workshop on GCC Research Opportunities
(GROW'10)


January 23, 2010, Pisa, Italy

(co-located with HiPEAC 2010 Conference)


Final program

Discussions: Panel

Discussions: Using GCC as a research compiler

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Workshop Organizers:

  • Dorit Nuzman
    IBM, Israel
  • Grigori Fursin
    INRIA, France

Program Committee:

  • Arutyun I. Avetisyan
    ISP RAS, Russia
  • Zbigniew Chamski
    Infrasoft IT Solutions, Poland
  • Albert Cohen
    INRIA, France
  • David Edelsohn
    IBM, USA
  • Bjorn Franke
    University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Grigori Fursin
    INRIA, France
  • Benedict Gaster
    AMD, USA
  • Jan Hubicka
    SUSE
  • Paul H.J. Kelly
    Imperial College of London, UK
  • Ondrej Lhotak
    University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Hans-Peter Nilsson
    Axis Communications, Sweden
  • Diego Novillo
    Google, Canada
  • Dorit Nuzman
    IBM, Israel
  • Sebastian Pop
    AMD, USA
  • Ian Lance Taylor
    Google, USA
  • Chengyong Wu
    ICT, China
  • Kenneth Zadeck
    NaturalBridge, USA
  • Ayal Zaks
    IBM, Israel
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GROW workshop focuses on current challenges in research and development of compiler analyses and optimizations based on the free GNU Compiler Collection (GCC). The goal of this workshop is to bring together people from industry and academia that are interested in conducting research based on GCC and enhancing this compiler suite for research needs. The workshop will promote and disseminate compiler research (recent, ongoing or planned) with GCC, as a robust industrial-strength vehicle that supports free and collaborative research. The program will include an invited talk and a discussion panel on future research and development directions of GCC.

Topics of interest:

    Any issue related to innovative program analysis, optimizations and run-time adaptation with GCC including but not limited to:
  • Classical compiler analyses, transformations and optimizations
  • Power-aware analyses and optimizations
  • Language/Compiler/HW cooperation
  • Optimizing compilation tools for heterogeneous/reconfigurable/ multicore systems
  • Tools to improve compiler configurability and retargetability
  • Profiling, program instrumentation and dynamic analysis
  • Iterative and collective feedback-directed optimization
  • Case studies and performance evaluations
  • Techniques and tools to improve usability and quality of GCC
  • Plugins to enhance research capabilities of GCC

Paper Submission Guidelines:

    Submitted papers should be original and not published or submitted for publication elsewhere; papers similar to published or submitted work must include an explicit explanation. Papers should use the LNCS format and should be 15 pages maximum. Manuscript preparation guidelines can be found at the LNCS specification web site (go to -> For Authors -> Information for LNCS Authors). Please, submit via the GROW'10 easychair system.

    Papers will be refereed by the Program Committee and if accepted, and if the authors wish, will be made available on the workshop web site. Authors of the best papers from the workshop may be invited to revise their submission for the journal Transactions on HiPEAC, if the work is in sufficiently mature form.

Important Dates:

    Deadline for submission: November 22, 2009
    Decision notification: December 14, 2009
    Deadline for camera-ready papers: January 6, 2010
    Workshop: January 23, 2010 (half-day)

Keynote talk:

    Diego Novillo (Google, Canada)

    Using GCC as a toolbox for research: GCC plugins and whole-program compilation

    Despite its age and internal crustiness, recent developments in GCC will allow researchers and practitioners to take advantage of a rich set of tools and analyses that were previously hiding under the covers. In this talk, I will discuss how plugins and whole-program compilation facilitate extending the compiler and convert it into a more flexible tool for purposes other than optimization.

Previous Workshops:

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  • MILEPOST GCC - community-driven machine learning enabled research compiler
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