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2014 European LLVM Conference
We are pleased to announce the 4th European LLVM conference on April 7th-8th 2014
in Edinburgh, Scotland. This will be a full two-day conference which aims to
present the latest developments in the LLVM world and help strengthen the
network of LLVM developers and users. The format will be similar to that of the
previous meetings, with ample time for presentations, discussion, and networking
between participants. The meeting is open to anyone whether from industry or
academia, professional or enthusiast and is not restricted to those from Europe
- attendees from all regions are welcome. EuroLLVM 2014 will be held at the
University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics in the historic city centre of
Edinburgh, Scotland, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- List of accepted talks has been added.
- Details on late registration added.
- Two more hotel suggestions added.
- Registration: still open - limited spaces available!
- Conference: Monday 7th April 9:30am - Tuesday 8th April 4:30pm.
- Hackers' Lab: Monday morning (9:30am-12:30pm). The Hacker's Lab is an informal opportunity for networking and discussions
between LLVM developers and users.
HERE to book. Select "Standard Price" option (50GBP registration fee) if available.
A drinks reception and gala dinner at the National Museum
of Scotland on Monday night is included in the registration fee for all
"Standard Price" registrations (up to 200 participants). We are close to this
number already. Beyond 200 participants, there will be an (optional)
additional charge of 85GBP for those who register late but would still like to
attend the dinner social.
A detailed conference programme will be published shortly. The following presentations
were accepted for the conference:
|Rafael Ávila de Espíndola
(World Wide Studios/Sony Computer Entertainment)
|LTO: History and work to be done
|Reinoud Elhorst, Mark Batty, David Chisnall
(University of Cambridge)
|Efficient code generation for weakly ordered architectures
|How to build LLVM in under ten seconds
(IBM Linux Technology Center)
|A new ABI for little-endian PowerPC64: design and implementation
|Portable Native Client. Fast, Secure, Simple: Pick Three.
|Predication in LLVM
|clang-tidy - Lint-like checks and beyond
(SN Systems Ltd/Sony Computer Entertainment)
|PlayStation(R)4 CPU Toolchain: Launch Post-mortem
(Fabric Software Inc.)
|Fabric Engine and KL: LLVM for 3D Digital Content Creation
(Swedish Institute of Computer Science)
|BEAMJIT: An LLVM based just-in-time compiler for Erlang
(University of Edinburgh)
|Custom Alias-analysis in an LLVM-backed region-based Dynamic Binary Translator
|clang-cl: what it is, how it works, and how to use it
|Refactoring a large C++ codebase using clang
|Building an LLVM Backend
Lightning Talks & Posters
There will also be 10 five-minute lightning talks, a number of
poster presentations, and 2 BoFs.
Limited financial support may be available to help students or contributors who
could not otherwise attend the conference. This will depend on overall
sponsorship and companies' interest in supporting the event.
|If you are a PhD student at a
Scottish university which is a
member of SICSA (Scottish Informatics &
Computer Science Alliance), we have a limited number of free spaces at the
conference available. Please email us before registering.
If you would like to apply for financial support, or can help sponsor, please
Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton St, Edinburgh EH8 9LE (map
). This is situated on the University of Edinburgh's George Square campus in the city centre of Edinburgh.
35min away from the city centre by bus or taxi and is served by major
airlines such as easyJet, Ryanair, British Airways, KLM, and United Airlines. Edinburgh Waverley
station is a 15min walk from the venue. We advise against renting a car
while in Edinburgh as parking space near the venue and hotels is extremely limited
To find out whether you need a visa to attend EuroLLVM, consult the UK
website. We are happy to provide an invitation letter if
Please register for the conference first, and then email email@example.com
with your booking reference, name, and postal address.
Edinburgh's medieval city centre boasts unique attractions such as Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood
Palace and a wide range of museums and galleries. Set in breathtaking surroundings, Edinburgh is a premier tourist destination and in close
proximity to the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands. Watch a video about Edinburgh
and the University
Why not extend your visit for a few days and take in more of what Scotland has to offer?