about the Cases Conference:
Demand for high performance embedded computing and increases in
complexity of embedded software require leveraging diverse
architecture, microarchitecture and compiler research. There are new
challenges for embedded systems, such as time-to-market, cost, code
size, weight, power, and real-time behavior.
The CASES conference provides a forum for emerging technology in
embedded computing systems, with an emphasis on compilers and
architectures for embedded systems. As evident from the past CASES
meetings, several emerging applications are critically dependent on
these interactions for their sustained growth and evolution.
Cases 2009 has just been held in Grenoble, France, and check back for
updates on Cases 2010. An archive of previous Cases conferences can
also be found on these pages.