December 4-8, 2004
This year we are delighted to present an exciting program of 29 papers, four workshops and four tutorials. We are also excited to feature two keynote presentations, by Shekhar Borkar (Intel) and Guri Sohi (U. Wisconsin). In addition to our technical program, we will also enjoy an Intel-sponsored excursion and dinner at the Evergreen Aviation Museum. The Museum exhibits include a number of historical aircraft, like the "Spruce Goose" and a B-17G "Flying Fortress".
Thank you for making Micro-37 a success and we hope to see you in Micro-38 in Barcelona! (get the preliminary CFP here)