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Date: 2008-12-03 (14:18)
From: Frédéric_Gava <gava@u...>
Subject: 2nd Cfp : PAPP 2009 (Part of ICCS 2009)
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                  2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

                        PAPP 2009
            Sixth International Workshop on
aPpplications of declArative and object-oriented Parallel Programming

                        part of

                       ICCS 2009
    The International Conference on Computational Science
         May 25-27, 2009, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA


New deadline (6/12 ==> 15/12)
and maximal number of pages (8 pages LNCS ==> 10 pages)


Computational Science applications are more and more complex to develop 
and require more and more computing power. Bill McColl's post 
"Sequential Computing Considered Harmful" is an excellent summary of 
today's situation. Sequential computing cannot go further. Major 
companies in the computing industry now recognizes the urgency of 
reorienting an entire industry towards massively parallel computing 
(Think Parallel or Perish).

Parallel and grid computing are solutions to the increasing need for 
computing power. The trend is towards the increase of cores in 
processors, the number of processors and the need for scalable computing 
everywhere. But parallel and distributed programming is still dominated 
by low-level techniques such as send/receive message passing. Thus 
high-level approaches should play a key role in the shift to scalable 
computing in every computer.

Algorithmic skeletons, parallel extensions of functional languages such 
as Haskell and ML, parallel logic and constraint programming, parallel 
execution of declarative programs such as SQL queries, genericity and 
meta-programming in object-oriented languages, etc. have produced 
methods and tools that improve the price/performance ratio of parallel 
software, and broaden the range of target applications. Alos, high level 
languages offer a high degree of abstraction which ease the development 
of complex systems. Moreover, being based on formal semantics, it is 
possible to certify the correctness of critical parts of the applications.

The PAPP workshop focuses on practical aspects of high-level parallel 
programming: design, implementation and optimization of high-level 
programming languages, semantics of parallel languages, formal 
verification, design or certification of libraries, middlewares and 
tools (performance predictors working on high-level parallel/grid source 
code, visualisations of abstract behaviour, automatic hotspot detectors, 
high-level GRID resource managers, compilers, automatic generators, 
etc.), application of proof assistants to parallel applications, 
applications in all fields of computational science, benchmarks and 
experiments. Research on high-level grid programming is particularly 
relevant as well as domain specific parallel software.

The aim of all these languages and tools is to improve and ease the 
development of applications (safety, expressivity, efficienty, etc.). 
Thus the Sixth PAPP workshop focuses on applications.

The PAPP workshop is aimed both at researchers involved in the 
development of high level approaches for parallel and grid computing and 
computational science researchers who are potential users of these 
languages and tools.


We welcome submission of original, unpublished papers in English on
topics including:

* applications in all fields of high-performance computing and
   visualisation (using high-level tools)

* high-level models (CGM, BSP, MPM, LogP, etc.) and tools for parallel
   and grid computing

* Program verification and Formal verification of parallel applications/
   libraries/languages or new technics for parallel computing in
   computer-assisted reasoning

* high-level parallel language design, implementation and

* modular, object-oriented, functional, logic, constraint programming
   for parallel, distributed and grid computing systems

* algorithmic skeletons, patterns and high-level parallel libraries

* generative (e.g. template-based) programming with algorithmic
   skeletons, patterns and high-level parallel libraries

* benchmarks and experiments using such languages and tools

* industrial uses of a high-level parallel language


Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers in English
presenting original research. Submitted papers must be unpublished and
not submitted for publication elsewhere. Papers will go through a
rigorous reviewing process. Each paper will be reviewed by at least
three referees. The accepted papers will be published in the
Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series, as
part of the ICCS proceedings.

Submission must be done through the ICCS website:
We invite you to submit a full paper of 10 pages formatted according to
the rules of LNCS, describing new and original results, no later than
December 15, 2008. Submission implies the willingness of at least one
of the authors to register and present the paper. An early email to
papp at free.fr with your intention to submit a paper would
be greatly appreciated (especially if you have doubts about the
relevance of your paper).

Accepted papers should be presented at the workshop and extended and
revised versions will be published in a special issue of Scalable Computing:
Practice and Experience, provided revisions suggested by the
referees are made.


December 15, 2008 - Full paper due
February 2, 2009 - Referee reports and notification
February 15, 2009 - Camera-ready paper due
September 15, 2009 -  Journal version due


     * Marco Aldinucci (University of Pisa, Italy)
     * Anne Benoit (ENS Lyon, France)
     * Umit V Catalyurek (The Ohio State University, USA)
     * Emmanuel Chailloux (University of Paris 6, France)
     * Manuel Chakravarty (University of New South Wales, Australia)
     * Frédéric Gava (University Paris-East (Paris 12), France)
     * Alexandros Gerbessiotis (NJIT, USA)
     * Clemens Grelck (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
     * Hideya Iwasaki (The University of Electro-communications, Japan)
     * Paul H. J. Kelly (Imperial College London, UK)
     * Christoph Kessler (Linköpings Universitet, Sweden)
     * Kiminori Matsuzaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
     * Samuel Midkiff (Purdue University, USA)
     * Rita Loogen (University of Marburg, Germany)
     * Frédéric Loulergue (University of Orléans, France)
     * Susanna Pelagatti (University of Pisa, Italy)
     * Bruno Raffin (INRIA, France)
     * Casiano Rodriguez Leon (University La Laguna, Spain)


Laboratoire d'Informatique du Parallélisme
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
46 Allée d'Italie
69364 Lyon Cedex 07 - France

Dr. Frédéric GAVA
Laboratoire d'algorithmique, complexité et logique
Université de Paris-Est (Paris 12)
61 avenue du Général de Gaulle
94010 Créteil cedex - France

Anne Benoit