CC Chair at HiPEAC'20
The Chair for Compiler Construction was well represented at this year's HiPEAC Conference in Bologna, Italy. The HiPEAC conference is a great networking oportunity and the premier European forum for experts in computer architecture, programming models, compilers and operating systems for embedded and general-purpose systems. Asif Ali Khan presented his ACM TACO paper ShiftsReduce: Minimizing Shifts in Racetrack Memory 4.0 in the main track. Christian Menard presented his work on Achieving Determinism in Adaptive AUTOSAR in the poster session on Monday and in the co-located workshop on "Energy Efficiency for Reactive and Adaptive Automotive Applications". This workshop was organized in a joint effort by the Chair for Compiler Construction together with Silexica, ICE RWTH Aachen, and Videantis. Both researchers participated in the social event and many other conference sessions where they used the opportunity to exchange idead with like-minded researchers from around the world.