Submission: || Saturday
August 31, 2002, 6PM CST
| Acceptance/rejection: || September
Of course, the Wild and Crazy Idea session can only be as good as the submissions. Thus,
the success of
this session depends crucially on you. Submissions should consist of no more
than a one-page
abstract, including three major parts:
- a description of the problem that you are tackling,
- a description of your solution, and
- a justification for why your solution is a good one.
We plan to post all submissions on the web after the conference. Please
let us know if you do not want your abstract posted.
Ideas will be selected based on their originality and distance of "forward-lookingness".
Here is the one venue in which radicalness (although not "flakiness")
will be rewarded. All aspects of computer architecture and systems organization
are fair game: new computational models, interesting computing substrates
(biological, quantum, etc), new architectural features, interesting solutions to
pressing problems (such as design complexity, power consumption, etc.). Anyone
can submit, but only serious submissions, please.
Send submissions to WildAndCrazy@cs.wisc.edu
by Saturday August 31, 2002. Please submit either
ASCII text or PDF format.
Last modified: Monday, July 22, 2002