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A Proposal to Hold PACT 2002 Charlottesville, VA September 2002. Jack W. Davidson, University of Virginia Kevin Skadron, University of Virginia Erik Altman, IBM TJ Watson Research Center Sally A. McKee, University of Utah Bruce Childers, University of Pittsburgh

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A Proposal to Hold PACT 2002Charlottesville, VA September 2002

Jack W. Davidson, University of Virginia

Kevin Skadron, University of Virginia

Erik Altman, IBM TJ Watson Research Center

Sally A. McKee, University of Utah

Bruce Childers, University of Pittsburgh

Kevin Scott, University of Virginia


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The Team

  • General Co-Chairs:

    • Jack W. Davidson, University of Virginia

    • Kevin Skadron, University of Virginia

  • Program Committee Co-Chairs:

    • Erik Altman, IBM TJ Watson

    • Sally A. McKee, University of Utah


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The Team

  • Local Arrangements Co-Chairs:

    • Bruce Childers, University of Pittsburgh

    • Kevin Scott, University of Virginia

  • Publicity Chair (includes Web Site):

    • Frank Mueller, North Carolina State


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Conference Experience

  • Jack Davidson

    • General chair, PLDI ‘98

    • Program co-chair, LCTES ‘00

    • Tutorial chair, CASES ‘00

    • Publications chair, CASES ‘01

    • Various program committees


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Conference Experience

  • Kevin Skadron

    • Co-organizer, NSF Workshop on Simulation and Evaluation, Dec. ‘01

    • Registrations chair, MICRO-33

    • Publications chair, several conferences

    • Various program committees


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Conference Experience

  • Sally McKee

    • Workshop organizer, several workshops

    • Publicity chair, PACT ‘01

    • Publications chair, several conferences

    • Various program committees


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Conference Experience

  • Erik Altman

    • Workshop co-organizer, Binary Translation Workshop, ‘99-’01

    • Tutorial co-organizer, Binary Translation, ‘00

    • Finance chair, PACT ‘98

    • Various program committees


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Potential Dates

Saturday, September 14, 2002

through

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

or

Saturday, September 21, 2002

through

Wednesday, September 25, 2001

(October dates also possible)



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Charlottesville Attractions

  • Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson

  • Ash Lawn-Highland, home of James Monroe

  • Montpelier, home of James Madison

  • University of Virginia Campus

  • Downtown Mall (pedestrian mall; Omni Hotel)

  • Local wineries

  • 30 minute drive to scenic Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park

  • Several Civil War sites within 1-hour drive


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Conference Location: Omni Hotel

235 W. Main St.

Charlottesville, VA

Room Rate: $109/night



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Alternate Accomodations

(Many of these are served by a free trolley to the Downtown Mall)

  • Hampton Inn, 900 W. Main St. (0.9 miles, walkable)

  • Courtyard by Marriott, 1201 W. Main St. (1.1 miles, near U.Va.)

  • Red Roof Inn, 1309 W. Main St. (1.1 miles, near U.Va.)

  • Boar's Head Inn, 200 Ednam Dr. (4.0 miles, nice country location, w/ golf course)

  • Best Western Cavalier Inn, 105 Emmet St. (1.9 miles, near U.Va.)

  • English Inn, 2000 Morton Dr. (2.2 miles)

  • Budget Inn, 140 Emmet St. (1.8 miles)

  • Econolodge, 400 Emmet St. (2.0 miles)

  • Holiday Inn, 1200 5th St. SW (2.9 miles)


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Nearby Airports

  • Washington Dulles (IAD)

    • 102 miles, easy drive through Virginia countryside

  • Reagan International (DCA)

    • 118 miles, requires negotiating DC traffic

  • Richmond International (RIC)

    • 78 miles, easy drive

  • Charlottesville/Albemarle (CHO)

    • Regional jets: US Airways, United, Delta, Northwest

    • 9.4 miles, cabs available, shuttles from the CHO airport for several hotels

  • Amtrak is also convenient for East-Cost travel


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Transportation (CHO)

From CHO Airport:

  • Rental Car Agencies located at terminal:

    • Avis

    • Hertz

    • National

  • Hotel shuttles

    From IAD:

  • Rental cars

  • Van on the Go (an expensive van service)

  • Various limousine services


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Sample Airfares (CHO)

Roundtrip, Saturday night stay

  • Boston: $289 from BOS

  • San Francisco: $593 from SFO

  • Paris: $415 from CDG

  • Barcelona: $628 from BCN

  • Newark, NJ: $142-162 from EWR

  • New York: $170-313 from JFK

  • New York: $155-170 from LGA


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Sample Airfares (IAD)

Roundtrip, Saturday night stay

  • Houston: $330 from IAH

  • San Francisco: $266-408 from SFO

  • Boston: $201 from BOS

  • Salt Lake City: $223-232 from SLC

  • Paris: $363 from CDG

  • Barcelona: $418 from BCN

  • Munich: $475 from MUC

  • Newark: $132-142 from EWR

  • New York: $138-262 from JFK






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Logistics

  • Registration

    • web site

    • credit-card processing

    • badges, etc.

    • U.Va. Conference Services does everything except online registration for $5/person/day

  • Publications

    • IEEE CS Press still ok


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Events

  • Reception: Omni Hotel

  • Outing: Monticello offers after-hours tours for groups, $25/person

  • Banquet dinner: Several locations are available on the U.Va. Grounds

    • Hopefully in Rotunda


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Major Costs

  • Hotel rooms: $109/nt.

  • Conference set-up

    • No charge if sufficient catering fees

  • Catering

    • Break package: $16/person

    • Lunch buffet: $16.50/person

    • Reception: $12.50/person

    • 25.5% service fee and tax

    • No deposit for U.Va.-sponsored events


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Major Costs

  • Monticello: $25/person

  • Bus for outings

    • $400-$450 per 45-person bus

  • Dinner on U.Va. Grounds

    • $20-$25/person + bar fees

    • Various security/room-rental fees, depending on choice of room

      • Rotunda: $50 fee + security

      • Others: $500-$1000 + catering


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Estimated Registration Fees

Break-even, per-person

  • 100-person attendance: $300

  • 150-person attendance: $250

  • Even allowing for students, fee < $500


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New Web Site

http://moss.csc.ncsu.edu/claas02/


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