The 10th Annual Non-Volatile Memories Workshop (NVMW 2019) provides a unique showcase for outstanding research on solid state, non-volatile memories. Last year’s workshop (NVMW 2018) included 40 speakers from top universities, industrial research labs, and device manufacturers and attracted nearly 230 attendees.
This year, the NVMW will present three awards: The first is the inaugural Persistent Impact Prize to recognize high-impact research published more than 5 years ago. We will also award two Memorable Paper Awards recognizing the best work published in the last 18 months.
The organizing committee is soliciting presentations on any topic related to non-volatile, solid-state memories, including:
- Advances in memory devices or memory cell design.
- Characterization of commercial or experimental memory devices.
- Error correction and data encoding schemes for non-volatile memories.
- Advances in non-volatile memory-based storage systems.
- Operating system and file system designs for non-volatile memories.
- Security and reliability of solid-state storage systems.
- Applications of non-volatile memories to scientific, “big data”, and high-performance workloads.
- Implications of non-volatile memories for applications such as databases and NoSQL systems.
Presentations may include new results or work that has already been published during the 18 months prior to the submission deadline. In lieu of printed proceedings, we will post the slides and extended abstracts of the presentations online. Presentation of new work at the workshop does not preclude future publication.
Workshop submissions should be in the form of a 2-page presentation abstract. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of impact, novelty, and general interest.
The submission deadline is Friday, November 30th. There will be an automatic 1-week extension.
Further details on abstract submission, technical program, tutorials, travel, social program, and travel grant will be provided on this website.
Submission should be 2 pages (including bibliography) in the standard two-column conference format. There are no strict formatting requirements but use reasonable font sizes and margins, etc. Abstracts should provide a summary of the work with an emphasis on motivation and potential impact. If the work has been published elsewhere, please include an explicit citation of the original paper with a link to a publically-available PDF. Submissions are not blind.