WORKSHOPS CHAIR: Ümit V. Çatalyürek (Ohio State University, USA) | email@example.com
IPDPS workshops – held on the Monday and Friday – are a major part of the IPDPS week-long family of events. Attendance at all of the IPDPS workshops, along with receipt of the published proceedings, is included in the registration fee for IPDPS.
Below is the list of workshops planned for IPDPS 2011 in Anchorage, Alaska. The IPDPS workshops provide attendees an opportunity to explore special topics, and the goal of the workshops is to present work that is more preliminary and cutting-edge or that has more practical content than the more mature research presented in the main symposium. The workshops also broaden the content of the week's presentations by extending the topics of interest beyond those of the main symposium.
Abstracts of IPDPS 2011 Workshops and PhD Forum
Abstracts for the IPDPS 2011 workshops and PhD forum have been compiled to allow authors to check accuracy and so that visitors to this Website may preview the papers & posters to be presented at the conference. Authors should contact the organizers of their workshop or the PhD forum to report any error related to their submission. Workshop organizers should check that the titles and authors as listed in the abstracts are consistent with their published program (which will be printed in the conference program book). Full proceedings of the conference will be published on a cdrom that will be pocketed in the program book to be distributed to registrants at the conference.
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See Friday DCPM Workshop hosted by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Titled "Future Approaches to Data Centric Programming for Exascale," this meeting is aimed at bringing together researchers, practitioners, and developers, both from the computer science and application areas, that are considering data centric approaches for the efficient utilization of future extreme-scale computing systems. This is currently a very active area of research given the expected increases in future system complexities as we embark on the road to Exascale computing.
Each workshop has its own requirements and schedule for submissions. The table here lists the call for papers due date for each workshop. For the most up to date information on each workshop, follow the link from this page. Note that all workshops have their own Web sites and may make changes in their submission requirements and due dates. Thus, please see the individual workshop Websites for the most up-to-date information.
Monday Workshops – 16 May 2011
Friday Workshops – 20 May 2010