[hpc-announce] Call-For-Abstracts: The Eleventh Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop (CnC 2019)

Pouchet,Louisnoel Louis-Noel.Pouchet at colostate.edu
Sat Nov 2 14:20:09 CDT 2019

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Call for Abstracts
CnC 2019: The Eleventh Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop (CnC'19)
December 3-4, 2019 at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT)

website: https://cnc-workshop.github.io/cnc2019/

Important Dates:
Abstract Submission deadline: November 15, 2019
Acceptance Notification: November 17, 2018
Workshop: December 3-4, 2019
The annual Concurrent Collections (CnC) workshop is a forum for researchers and developers of parallel programs to interact on a variety of issues related to next-generation parallel programming models. The focus is on fostering a community around the CnC programming model. However, we also strongly encourage participation by anyone interested in programming models inspired by dataflow and/or tuple space ideas, coordination languages, dependence programming, as well as current or emerging applications of these models.
Participation and Call for Abstracts:
The workshop agenda will include tutorials on CnC, and technical talks selected from contributed abstracts. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: language design and implementation, semantics and theory, application experiences, and teaching CnC.
If you are interested in giving a talk, please submit a short abstract (between 200–500 words in length) to pouchet at colostate.edu and saday at cs.utah.edu no later than Friday, November 15, 2019. Please include:
 - As email subject: [CnC19] Abstract submission
 - Your name and affiliation
 - The abstract of the work to be presented (please limit to a maximum of 500 words)

Background on CnC:
CnC is a parallel programming model for mainstream programmers that philosophically differs from other approaches. CnC programmers do not specify parallel operations. Instead, they only specify semantic ordering constraints. This provides a separation of concerns between the domain expert and tuning expert, simplifying the domain expert’s job while providing more flexibility to the tuning expert. Details on CnC and related research can be found at https://icnc.github.io/ and https://habanero.rice.edu/cnc/.
The CnC workshops serve as a forum for users and potential users to discuss experiences with the programming, as well as a range of topics, including developments for the language, applications, usability, performance, semantics, and teaching CnC.
If you have any questions about logistics or participation, please contact the workshop organizers: Louis-Noel Pouchet <pouchet at colostate.edu> and P. Sadayappan <saday at cs.utah.edu>

Workshop Chairs:
Louis-Noel Pouchet, Colorado State University
P. Sadayappan, University of Utah
Steering Committee:
Zoran Budimlic, Rice University
Robert Harrison, Stony Brook University
Kath Knobe, Rice University
Martin Kong, University of Oklahoma
Louis-Noel Pouchet, Colorado State University
Frank Schlimbach, Intel Corp.

Louis-Noel Pouchet
pouchet at colostate.edu

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