[hpc-announce] CFP for 3rd International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL 2015)
cssnmis at bristol.ac.uk
Fri Jan 30 07:28:58 CST 2015
Now in its third year, the International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL, pronounced "eye-wok-ul") will be held at Stanford University in California on May 12-13.
The call for papers is out now. We are inviting submissions in four categories:
1) Full academic papers. These will undergo peer review, with accepted papers being published in the ACM international conference proceedings series after the conference.
2) Technical presentations. These are an opportunity to talk about work in progress or more industrial work. Submission only requires an abstract, with slide sets being made available online via the conference website after the workshop.
3) Tutorials. We are inviting proposals for half day or full day tutorials on OpenCL-related topics. All tutorials will take place on the first day of the workshop, May 12th.
4) Posters. These will be on show during the whole workshop. Submission is via an abstract and we will exhibit as many of high-quality posters as we can.
Details of how to submit your full paper, technical presentation or tutorial proposal via EasyChair can be found in the CFP here:
Deadline for submissions is 23.59 AOE on Saturday February 14th. Please note that this is Valentine's Day, so we recommend submitting at least one day in advance!
Hope to see many of you at Stanford in May!
With best wishes,
Simon McIntosh-Smith, University of Bristol
Ben Bergen, Los Alamos National Laboratory
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