Virtual Execution Environments (VEE)
The goal of Virtual Execution Environments is to be a first-rate
research forum that brings together leading practitioners and
researchers in the broad area of virtualization, which includes
topics such as high-level language virtual machines (JVM, CLR,
etc.), process and system virtual machines, translators, machine
emulators, and simulators.
VEE Fast Facts
Location: Houston, Texas co-located with ASPLOS
General Chair: Steve Muir (VMware)
Program co-Chairs: Steve Blackburn (Australian National University), Gernot Heiser (University of New South Wales)
Dates: March 16-17, 2013
VEE Steering Committee
The current VEE steering committee is:
- David F. Bacon, IBM Research
- Dilma da Silva, IBM Research
- Marc Fiuczynzki, Princeton University
- Steve Hand, University of Cambridge
- Antony Hosking, Purdue University (Chair)
- Orran Krieger, BU
- Doug Lea, SUNY Oswego
- Brian Noble, University of Michigan
- Erez Petrank, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
- Andrew Warfield, University of British Columbia
Web Pages of Previous Conferences
VEE Steering Committee Composition
The VEE steering committee (SC) comprises past general
and program chairs and a USENIX representative, assuming USENIX
continues to co-sponsor the event.
Membership on the steering committee will be updated as follows:
Additions The general and program chair of the most recent VEE conference will be invited to join the SC, if they are not already members.
Deletions When the conference has been held for a number of years, members will be removed from the committee based on the date of the last time they were general or program chair of VEE.
The rotation of the SC membership occurs prior to the election of the new SC chair each (see below).
As long as USENIX remains a sponsor of VEE, there will remain a USENIX representative on the SC. This is an exception to the rules above for rotating people off the committee.
The chair of the steering committee is determined by a majority vote of the steering committee members after each conference. In most years, we expect a new chair to be elected annually. The previous General Chair (or some other well-defined SC member) becomes SC Chair until a new SC Chair is elected.