The USENIX Vail Computer Elements Workshop is a unique four day
workshop that has been around for 43 years serving leading
architects of the computer industry. This intentionally small
workshop is intended to allow a lively interaction between the
participants and the speakers. The agenda is 100% invited
technical talks and the audience is mostly previous speakers. Past
keynotes have been Seymour Cray, Gordon Moore, Burton Smith, and
This year marks the 44 year of the workshop. The workshop will be held June 22-25, 2014 at the Christiania at Vail.
The Program Chair is Mark S. Miller. This year's sessions are:
|Processors||Yahya Sotoudeh and Pete Wilson
|Wireless and Networking||Ed Callaway and Don Banks
|Imaging and Signal Processing||Hirofumi Sumi and Makoto Ikeda|
|Consumer Electronics||Atsushi Hasegawa and Yoshio Masubuchi|
|Security||Joe Politz and Dean Sutherland|
|Concurrency in Software||Brian Hirano and Jan Medved|
The workshop has been held since 1974 and some of the past workshops are available online.
The executive committee can be found here.