The 48th International Symposium of Computer Architecture includes a separate industry session in the main program following the success of the industry track inaugurated in ISCA 2020. The ISCA Industry Track was established under a different vision and motive to bringing the values, trends, and perspectives of real hardware product and system design from the industries. It also serves as a venue to encourage more participation from industries to interact with academia for forward-looking research challenges and solutions.
Submissions that fail to abide by the guidelines will be rejected without review.
The program committee recognizes that industry papers need to be approved by management (often involving multiple rounds of redaction) before they can be submitted, and there can be restrictions about filing patents before submitting a paper. Therefore, a later deadline schedule is adopted to increase the chances of receiving such papers.
Industry track papers will be evaluated and selected by a separate program committee consisting of domain experts from industries and academia. The papers would still be held to the same high ISCA standards, but the program committee will recognize and understand company concerns regarding patent trolls or trade secrets so that some technical details may not be revealed.
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|Mark D. Hill||Microsoft
|Nam Sung Kim||Samsung
|Hai "Helen" Li||Duke|
|Jing "Jane" Li||UPenn|
|Tulika Mitra||National University of Singapore|