The organizing committee of MICRO-33 is pleased to announce the MICRO- 33 conference to be held in Monterey, California from Dec. 10 to Dec. 13, 2000. MICRO represents the premier technical forum on microarchitecture. This forum is well attended by both academic and industrial experts on the design of microprocessors.

MICRO-33 will be held in Monterey California. Beautiful Monterey offers the history of an old fishing town as well as spectacular views of the pacific ocean. The conference hotel, the Monterey Plaza Hotel, is a short walk from Fisherman's Wharf and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The hotel has agreed to hold a limited number of rooms for conference attendees until November 9, 2000. The advance-registration deadline is Nov. 15, 2000.

So come to MICRO-33! Attend the workshops on: "Feedback-Directed and Dynamic Optimization", "Media Processors and DSPs", "Multithreaded Execution, Architecture and Compilation", and "Kool Chips"! Attend a high-quality technical program where a number of cutting-edge research papers on microarchitecture will be presented! The technical program contains 31 papers on topics including: architectures for instruction- level parallelism, memory architecture, and low-power architecture. Enjoy the keynote speeches! Meet the experts in the field!

Students are strongly encouraged to attend Micro-33. The conference has received a record amount of funding for student travel grants through generous corporate sponsorship. Details regarding how students can apply for these grants are available here.

If you have any questions, please contact me at:

Michael Schlansker
Micro-33 Program Chair
Palo Alto, CA.