Program for HIPS 2003
HIPS 2003 is a full-day workshop to be held at the IPDPS 2003 focusing on high-level programming of parallel and grid architectures. Its goal is to bring together researchers working in the areas of applications, computational models, language design, compilers, system architecture, and programming tools to discuss new developments in programming such systems.
One of the keys for a (commercial) breakthrough of parallel processing and grid computing are high-level programming models that allow to produce truly efficient application, as only they allow a wide range of users in a broad spectrum of application domains to fully exploit the capabilities and resources of these architectures. However, current implementations of high-level programming models often suffer from low performance, from the lack of corresponding high-level development tools, e.g. for performance analysis, and from restricted applicability. This situation requires strong research efforts in the design of parallel programming models and languages that are both at a high conceptual level and implemented efficiently, in the development of supportive tools, and in the integration of languages and tools into convenient programming environments.
Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
Papers should describe the interaction of high-level programming models with compilers, run time systems, and hardware support.
Please note that there will be a separate workshop on Testing and Debugging for Parallel Systems (PADTAD) .
|Papers due:||November 18th, 2002|
|Author notification:||January 9th, 2003|
|Camera-ready final papers due:||January 29th, 2003 (very strict deadline)|
|IPDPS conference:||April 22nd - April 26th, 2003|
|HIPS workshop:||April 22nd, 2003|
All accepted papers will be published by IEEE CS-Press in separate HIPS 2003 proceedings.
|Prof. Eduard Ayguadé||European Center for Parallelism of Barcelona Technical University of Catalonia, Spain|
|Luc Bougé||Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France|
|Thomas Brandes||GMD, Germany|
|Andrew Chien||University of California at San Diego and Entropia, USA|
|Rudolf Eigenmann||Purdue University, USA|
|Michael Gerndt||Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany|
|Hironori Kasahara||Waseda University, Japan|
|Craig Lee||The Aerospace Corp.|
|Calvin Lin||University of Texas at Austin, USA|
|David Lowenthal||University of Georgia, USA|
|Emilio Luque||Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain|
|Beniamino Di Martino||Seconda Universita' di Napoli|
|Allen Malony||University of Oregon, USA|
|Jose Moreira||IBM Research, USA|
|Frank Mueller||North Carolina State University, USA|
|Omer F. Rana||Cardiff University, UK|
|Alexander Reinefeld||ZIB Berlin, Germany|
|Martin Schulz||Cornell University, USA|
|Xian-He Sun||Illinois Institute of Technology, USA|
|Mary Thomas||Texas Advanced Computing Center, USA|
|Michael Voss||University of Toronto|
Martin Schulz, firstname.lastname@example.org, 16th January 2003.