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From: F. Loulergue <loulergue@u...>
Subject: [Caml-list] HLPP 2003 Call for participation


	HLPP 2003: Second International workshop on
	High-level parallel programming and applications

        Call for participation

	Monday/Tuesday 16-17 June, 2003 
	Paris, France

	Detailed informations:


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.  The
rapid development of affordable hardware for parallel computing makes
the need to develop high-quality parallel software increasingly

Sequential programming has long benefited from high-level programming
techniques and tools that have made today's immense range of software
economically viable.  Two decades of research into high-level parallel
programming has produced methods and tools that improve the
price/performance ratio of parallel software, and broaden the range of
target applications.

GRIDs offer a tremendous computing power. Nevertheless, this power is
far from being effectively exploited. In addition to technical problems
related to portability and access, Grid computing needs new
programming paradigms. Research on high level grid programming is
particularly relevant.

This workshop follows HLPP 2001 and is aimed at

 - computer science researchers, practitioners, graduate students
 - scientific computing researchers, practitioners, graduate students
 - high-performance application developers (e.g. in DBMS, data-mining,
   parallel model checking, virtual reality)

Invited Lecture

The Real-Time Revolution 

Bill McColl
Professor of Computer Science, Oxford University
Founder and CTO, Sychron Inc


Eskimo : Experimenting Skeletons on the Shared Address Model
Marco Aldinucci

Pipelining a Skew-insensitive Parallel Join Algorithm
Mostafa Bamha, Matthieu Exbrayat

Top-Down Design of Bulk-Synchronous Parallel Programs
Yifeng Chen, J. W. Sanders

A Calculus for Dense Array Distributions
Roberto Di Cosmo, Susanna Pelagatti 

llc: A parallel skeletal language
Antonio J. Dorta, Jesus A. Gonzalez, Casiono Rodriguez 
and Francisco de Sande

Formal Proofs of Functional BSP Programs
Frederic Gava

Automatic Skeletons in Template Haskell
Kevin Hammond, Jost Berthold, Rita Loogen

High Level Parallel Software Development with Python and BSP
Konrad Hinsen

Aligned Multithreaded Computations and Performance Guarantees
Xie Jong, Hsu Wen-Jing

DatTel: A Data-parallel C++ Template Library
Holger Bischof, Sergei Gorlatch, and Roman Leshchinskiy

Extending OpenMP for Task Parallelism
Ami Marowka

SaC - From High-Level Programming with Arrays to
Efficient Parallel Execution
Clemens Grelck, Sven-Bodo Scholz

BSPGRID: Variable Resources Parallel Computation 
and Multiprogrammed Parallelism
Vasil Vasiliev

Accepted papers will be published in special issues of Parallel
Processing Letters, World Scientific Publishing (provided revisions
suggested by the referees are made).

Programme committee and organizers

Rob Bisseling (Netherlands)
Murray Cole (United Kingdom)
Gaetan Hains (France)
Herbert Kuchen (Germany)
Frederic Loulergue (France)
Quentin Miller (United Kingdom)
David Skillicorn (Canada)

Contact :
  Frederic Loulergue (LACL, France) <>


Participants must register by Friday 6 June.  
The workshop fee ranges from 50 Euros (without dinner) 
to 140 Euros (with 2 dinners).
for registration details.


The workshop is being held in Paris at the Laboratory 
"Preuves, Programmes et Systemes"
175, rue du Chevaleret
75013 Paris


Friday   6 June	2003 :  deadline for registration

Sunday  15 June 2003 :  Dinner 
Monday  16 June 2003 :  Invited Lecture by Pr. W.F. McColl
                        presentation of papers
Tuesday 17 June 2003 :	presentation of papers;
                        workshop ends at noon

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