"Ivannikov Memorial Workshop"
The Workshop is devoted to the development of innovative technologies in system programming, which serve as a basis for modern IT industry. The main sections:
The Workshop is dedicated to the memory of outstanding Soviet and Russian scientist and developer, Academician Victor Ivannikov, who founded the Institute for System Programming (ISP RAS) in 1994. The Workshop is organized with support of IEEE.
To present your research at Ivannikov Memorial Workshop please submit a paper, that was neither published nor submitted for other conferences. We accept original materials containing the results of research or describing the work in progress. We invite both researchers and practitioners.
All the materials are accepted in English or in Russian via EasyChair
The section is devoted to optimization methods in compiler and code generation, static and dynamic program analysis, etc. The topics include:
The section is devoted to data management and data analysis (methods and systems for storing and analyzing large volumes of text, graph, multimedia, scientific and other types of data). The topics include:
The section is devoted to the open source HPC packages for solving continuum mechanics problems. The topics include:
The section is devoted to methods, architectures and components of modern operating systems for reliable and efficient computing and control systems. The topics include:
Victor Ivannikov (1940-2016) was a prominent scientist in the field of computer engineering and programming.
While at Institute of Precise Mechanics and Computer Engineering (IPMaCE) he become a leading member of the team responsible for creating the D-68 operating system for the BESM-6 computer. Working on advanced hardware systems Ivannikov gained extensive experience of system programming that enabled him to make notable contributions to the development of operating systems, including the creation of new ways to organize parallel processing and programming complexes.
Ivannikov also conducted numerous research projects and was responsible for important innovations in object-oriented programming, creating new cluster technology that was implemented during the creation of the AS-6 operating system and has been used in various computational complexes and supercomputers.
In 1994 he founded the Institute for System Programming of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ISP RAS) and was its first director.
The list of keynote speakers is formed.
The papers should be 3 to 7 pages long, formatted using IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings. The workshop proceedings will be published online in IEEE Xplore Digital Library and indexed in Web of Science и Scopus. Peer review is double-blind. Please remove any references to authors (such as names, affiliations or e-mails) from submitted articles, as well as direct references to previous works. In case of successful review and acceptance you will be requested to submit camera-ready text with necessary author details.
Submission is open at EasyChair.
Submissions that violate these guidelines will be rejected.
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Velikiy Novgorod, Antonovo district, 1. Novgorod State University (NovSU).
The conference is held from 9:00 to 18:00 (with coffee breaks and lunch for guests and participants).