[hpc-announce] LCPC'2015 Call for Posters

Xipeng Shen xshen5 at ncsu.edu
Wed Jul 1 21:28:41 CDT 2015

Call-For-Posters:  LCPC 2015

The 28th International Workshop on Languages and Compilers for
Parallel Computing

         Raleigh, NC, USA, September 9-11, 2015

LCPC 2015 calls for posters. Posters should be on a topic relevant to
the workshop, and contain either new ideas, the description of
some useful tools, or a retrospect of long-term efforts that
shed novel insights (even if the efforts have been published
previously). The authors are required to submit an abstract describing
the background and the content of the poster for review. The review
criteria will be based on the relevance of the topic, the potential
for stimulating discussions or meeting research or practical needs,
and the quality of the presentation. The abstract should explicitly
list the previous publications on the work if there are any.

*Key Dates:*
*Abstract submission due: 11:59pm July 22 (AOE Time)*
*Notification date: July 31*
*Workshop Dates: September 9-11, 2015*

The abstract is limited to 800 words (without counting the
references). There is no limit on the length of the reference list.
Abstracts must be submitted in PDF format through the poster
submission link on the workshop website. Instructions for preparing
the final posters will be emailed to the authors with the
notification. Neither the poster nor the abstract will be published in
the workshop proceedings.

----- Background on LCPC ----

The LCPC workshop is a forum for sharing research on all aspects of
concurrency: parallel languages, parallel programming models,
compilers, runtime systems, and tools. The scope of the workshop spans
foundational results and practical experience, early ideas and
interesting results. LCPC encourages work that goes outside the scope
of scientific computing and enables parallel programming in new areas,
such as mobile computing and data centers. Specific topics include:

Parallel programming models
Parallel programming languages
Compiling for parallelism and parallel compilers
Static, dynamic, and adaptive optimization of parallel programs
Formal analysis and verification of parallel programs
Parallel runtime systems
Parallel libraries and parallel application frameworks
Performance analysis tools for concurrency
Debugging tools for parallel programs
Parallel algorithms and concurrent data structures
Parallel applications
Synchronization and concurrency control
Software engineering for parallel programs
Fault tolerance for parallel systems
Parallel programming for accelerators

Workshop Organizers:
Xipeng Shen, Frank Mueller, James Tuck  (NCSU)

Program Committee:
James Brodman Intel
Calin Cascaval Qualcomm Research
Marcelo Cintra Intel
Chen Ding University of Rochester
Michael Garland NVIDIA Research
Mike Hind IBM Research
Hironori Kasahara Waseda University, Japan
Xiaoming Li University of Delaware
Sam Midkiff Purdue University
Pablo Montesinos Ortego Qualcomm Research
Peng Tu Intel
Bo Wu Colorado School of Mines
Qing Yi University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Jidong Zhai Tsinghua University
Huiyang Zhou NCSU

Steering Committee:
Rudolf Eigenmann Purdue University
Alex Nicolau UC Irvine
David Padua University of Illinois
Lawrence Rauchwerger Texas A&M University
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