Parallel programming models, methods and languages

Topic 10


This topic provides a forum for the presentation of the latest research results and practical experience in the development of parallel programs. Advances in algorithmic and programming models, design methods, languages, and interfaces are needed to produce correct, portable parallel software with predictable performance on different parallel and distributed architectures.
The topic emphasises results that improve the process of developing high-performance programs, including high-integrity programs that are scalable with both problem size and complexity. Of particular interest are novel techniques by which parallel software can be assembled from reusable parallel components without compromising efficiency. Related to this is the need for parallel software to adapt, both to available resources and to the problem being solved.
Where appropriate, contributions should demonstrate quantitative performance results in support of their claims, and address applications not adequately handled by well-established approaches.

Global Chair:
Prof. Paul H J Kelly
Department of Computing
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
180 Queen's Gate
London SW7 2BZ, UK

Vice Chair:
Daniel Quinlan
Center for Applied Scientific Computing
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Box 808, L-365 Livermore, CA 94551, US

Vice Chair:
Prof. Dr. Christoph Kessler
PELAB - Programming Environments Laboratory
Software and Systems Division
Institutionen för datavetenskap
Linköpings Universitet
S - 581 83 Linköping, Sweden

Local Chair:
Prof. Dr. Sergei Gorlatch
TU Berlin
Fakultät IV
Elektrotechnik und Informatik
Sekr. FR 5-6 Franklinstr. 28/29 D-10587 Berlin

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