As a reminder, the early registration deadline for ASPLOS is coming up soon
in two weeks (https://www.asplos2018.org/registration/#reg).
I have a couple of "gem5 best-practices" talks scheduled for the afternoon.
However, there are still more slots. *If you would like to give a short
presentation* (15-30 minutes) on how you use gem5, how to use a particular
gem5 component, or other things you've learned while using gem5 over the
years, *send me an email with a title and a short (few sentences) abstract*.
Original message included below.
On Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 1:12 PM Jason Lowe-Power <ja...@lowepower.com>
> Hi all,
> Apologies if you get more than one copy of this message.
> We are running another Learning gem5 tutorial at ASPLOS in Williamsburg VA
> this year. The tutorial is on Saturday March 24th. More information can be
> found in the tutorial website: http://learning.gem5.org/tutorial. Early
> registration for ASPLOS ends 2/23. See https://www.asplos2018.org/ for
> registration details.
> This year we'll be covering the basics of gem5, how to build memory system
> objects, and *new this yea*r we'll cover coherence protocols in Ruby and
> how CPU models are built. Finally, we will have a session in the afternoon
> of gem5 best practices where we'll hear how gem5 experts use gem5.
> This is a great opportunity for junior computer architects to get exposure
> to one of the community's most popular tools. Instead of spending years
> trying to learn gem5 on your own, you can get a head start in just one day!
> If you have any questions, feel free to email Jason Lowe-Power at
> Hope to see you in Williamsburg!
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