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+title: "ISCA 2023: gem5 Workshop"
+We are happy to announce the gem5 Workshop, to be co-located with [ISCA 2023](https://iscaconf.org/isca2023/), in Orlando, Florida.
+The gem5 Workshop is be an opportunity for members of the gem5 community to give presentations on their contributions to gem5 and gem5-related research.
+This year's workshop will start with a 45 minute keynote by Dr. Bobby R. Bruce, titled "gem5 v22, v23 and the future", and will continue with presentations and discussions on gem5 topics.
+**We are currently soliciting presentation proposals.
+If you wish to present your work at the gem5 Workshop then please consult our [Call For Presentations](#call-for-presentations) section**.
+## Key Dates
+* Submission deadline: *April 14th 2023 (AOE)**
+* Notification of acceptance and time-slot awarded: **May 1st 2023**
+* Workshop date: Exact day TBD; **June 17th to June 21th 2023**
+## Call for Presentations
+The gem5 simulator is an open-source platform that enables the modeling and simulation of computer systems at different levels of abstraction, including processor, memory hierarchy, and interconnects.
+It is widely used in academia and industry for research, education, and design space exploration.
+Now on its 5th iteration, the gem5 Workshop gives community stakeholders a chance to present their contributions and ideas, as well as engage in discussion with the wider community.
+In this call we are soliciting presentation proposals from researchers, developers, and practitioners who are using or developing the gem5 simulator.
+The workshop will be co-located with [ISCA '23](https://iscaconf.org/isca2023/) (June 17th to 21st, in Orlando, Florida) with the goal of giving community members an opportunity to share their gem5-related research and insights, exchange ideas, and collaborate on future gem5 development goals.
+This year we want to give **anyone** who wishes to an opportunity to present gem5-related topics at the workshop.
+As such we are foregoing Program Committee evaluation and will allocate presentation/discussion time based on what we believe will invoke the most discussion.
+In short, as long as a presentation proposal is covering a gem5-related topic, we will allocate a time for it at the workshop.
+Ideas and contributions, big or small, are welcome.
+Examples of gem5 topics which could be presented include, but are not limited to:
+* Improvements made to gem5.
+* Simulator research carried out with gem5.
+* Proposals for improving gem5.
+* Early-stage simulator research ideas (this can be a solicitation for feedback from the community).
+* Proposals and comments on gem5 development practices.
+* Research concerning gem5 or architecture simulators in a general sense.
+Above all else, we will welcome any talk if it can be justified as being of interest to those who use and develop gem5.
+To reward those who have helped improved the project, this year we we will be awarding the _Award for gem5 Development Excellence_ to a worthwhile presenter.
+This purpose of this award is to acknowledge those who have made contributes to the gem5 code-base.
+For a contribution to be eligible the work must have been fully incorporated into the gem5 repository within the last 3 years and the work to have been presented during this year's gem5 Workshop.
+We will evaluate the work based on it's impact, or potential impact, to the project, and it will be awarded to the winner at the end of the workshop.
+To submit a proposal, please send an email to email@example.com with the following:
+* Title of the presentation.
+* Presenter(s) name and affiliation.
+* An attached PDF containing a presentation abstract (A few paragraphs, no more than 1 page).
+* The length of time requested (Very flexible: Anywhere for 1 to 45 minutes!)
+* [Optional] The presenter(s) website links (this will be published on the event web-page).
+* Indication of whether you wish to be eligible for the _Award for gem5 Development Excellence_.
+If you wish to be eligible, please include a short explanation of why you believe this work has, or will have, a positive impact on the gem5 project.
+Lastly, please indicate how you want the work cited if you were to win the award.
+Submission deadline: *April 14th 2023 (AOE)**
+Notification of acceptance and time-slot awarded: **May 1st 2023**
+Workshop date: Exact day TBD; **June 17th to June 21th 2023**
+We look forward to receiving your proposals and seeing you at the gem5 Workshop!
+### Preliminary Schedule (Subject to considerable change)
+Below is a preliminary schedule for the workshop, it will be populated as and when submissions are accepted to the workshop.
+| Time | Title | Presenter |
+| [45 minutes] | gem5 v22, v23 and the future | [Bobby R. Bruce](https://www.bobbybruce.net) |
+| [X minutes] | **Your talk here, see "Call for Presentations"** | **You!** |
+| [End] | The _Award for gem5 Development Excellence_ ceremony | ## |