ASPLOS XIII, March 1-5, Seattle, WA
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Thirteenth International Conference on
Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems
(ASPLOS '08)

Opening Reception and Poster Session (Sunday, March 2)

The Poster Session will take place during the ASPLOS opening reception, which is sponsored by Google. Click here for the list of the accepted posters.

Beer Night (Monday, March 3)

The Pacific Northwest is widely recognized for its world-class breweries and wineries. To celebrate this bounty, we will gather on Monday, March 3, at the Pike Brewing Company in the heart of famous Pike Place Market from 7:00 PM to midnight. The gathering is informal, so feel free to come early for dinner, or come late for drinks and appetizers. Pike Brewing Company brews their beer on-site, so you can watch the brewing in action. They also have a brewing museum, so you can tour through hundreds of years of brewing history. For those who prefer something else, there is an extensive selection of Washington wines, locally brewed sodas and root beer, ginger ale, non-alcoholic beers, ciders, and teas.

Pike Place Market is a great place to find dinner on Monday night. You can find nearly any kind of cuisine and dining style in the market, as well as the original Starbucks Coffee. And once you’ve had dinner around there, please drop by to relax and chat with colleagues, friends, and meet with the diverse crowd that only ASPLOS brings together.

Conference Banquet (Tuesday, March 4)

The conference banquet will be held on Tuesday, March 4, at the Seattle Art Museum. In addition to the banquet on the main floor, we will have access to the museum’s permanent collection of modern and contemporary art and a special exhibit of three panels from Ghiberti's bronze doors (along with a door restoration video) on the floor above. Also in this area are American textiles, Pan Asian art, Northwest coast art, aboriginal and oceanic art, and silver and American art from the 18th and 19th centuries. Buses will drive us to the Seattle Art Museum from the Bell Harbor Conference Center, starting at 6:30 and returning no later than 10:00. For those hardy souls, the museum is about an 18-block walk. The ASPLOS banquet is sponsored by Sun Microsystems.


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