Many applications of computing require performance levels attainable only on parallel architectures. Such systems are now readily available as their price/performance ratio continues to improve. Despite this, corresponding software has not developed to the same levels of capability, price, and flexibility as those of sequential software. There are deep technical reasons for this, which research has been addressing for two decades.
Sequential programming has long benefited from high-level programming techniques and tools that have made today's immense range of software economically viable. Research into high-level parallel programming is producing methods and tools that improve the price/performance ratio of parallel software, and broaden the range of target applications.
This workshop is aimed at
Participants must register by Friday 9 March. Click here for registration details.
We welcome submission of original, unpublished papers reporting new research on topics including (but not limited to)
Submitted papers must not exceed 12 pages. Submissions must be in Postscript,
and must be interpretable by Ghostscript.
Papers should be sent to Quentin.Miller@lifo.univ-orleans.fr no later than Friday 19 January.
HLPP2001 is organised and hosted by
The workshop will be held in the University's
Château de la Source --
an 18th century house set in the 35-hectare
Orléans is in the Loire valley, about an hour south of Paris by train or motorway.
|Friday 19 January:||deadline for submitted papers|
|Friday 9 February:||notification of acceptance/rejection|
|Friday 2 March:||deadline for final versions of papers|
|Friday 9 March:||deadline for registration|
|Sunday 25 March:||pre-workshop social/cultural events in Orléans and Loire valley|
|Monday 26 March:||presentation of papers, workshop dinner|
|Tuesday 27 March:||invited lecture, presentation of papers; workshop ends at noon|
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