Architecture of Computing Systems
Porto, Portugal
24-27 March 2015


Luis Miguel Pinho

CISTER Research Centre
School of Engineering of the Polytechnic of Porto (ISEP)
Rua Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida, 431
4200-072 Porto, Portugal

Tel: +351228340502
Fax: +351228321159


The ARCS conference shows a long lasting tradition and establishes as the number one conference on computer architecture in Germany for many years. Starting from 2007, ARCS grows up to one of the major conferences in Europe on computing systems with venues alternating in Germany and other European countries.

In every year ARCS attracts people from Informatics, Computer Science as well as Electronic Circuit Design from all over Europe to attend an interesting programme covering two to three days of conference and one or two additional days of workshops.

After a very successful expansion from Germany to Europe, ARCS is now further developing and aiming in a broad inclusion of industrial activities. Primary target is to intensify cooperation between academia and industry as well as providing a European networking platform. For the current edition of the conference, we have already confirmed 4 co-located workshops, as well as 2 tutorials and 3 keynote talks.

Industrial participation can cover any activity from submission of regular papers (extended deadline Oct. 17, 2014), proposal of a workshop or tutorial (deadline Nov. 3, 2014), a company poster presentation (deadline in January 2015), and a company booth up to sponsoring in different ways.

ARCS offers an excellent opportunity for sponsors to meet new prospects as well as existing users, and to gain name recognition through the event's publicity offerings. There are a variety of sponsorship levels, each with a corresponding set of benefits for promoting the company to a qualified set of attendees.

You can find details of the requirements and benefits of these levels in the conference sponsorship plan

Please contact the Industrial Liaison Co-Chairs or the General Chairs for more information.