CfP Euro-Par 2001: Topic 04 -- Compilers for High Performance

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From: Jens Knoop <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 21 Nov 2000 13:53:36 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: CFP, parallel, conference
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        CfP Euro-Par 2001: Topic 04 -- Compilers for High Performance

                                                      Call for Papers
                                                        Euro-Par 2001
                                                      Manchester, UK
                                                  August 28 - 31, 2001


Topic 04: Compilers for High Performance

Topic Committee:

      Global chair : Jens Knoop
                                        Department of Computer Science,
                                        University of Dortmund, Germany
      Vice-chair : Manish Gupta
                                        IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, NY
      Vice-chair : Keshav K. Pingali
                                        Department of Computer Science,
                                        Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
      Local chair : Michael F. P. O'Boyle
                                        Division of Informatics,
                                        Institute for Computing Systems Architecture,
                                        The University of Edinburgh, UK


This topic deals with all subjects concerning automatic
parallelization and technology for compilation of programs for high
performance systems, including, but not limited to, optimizing the
utilization of system resources such as power consumption,
code size, and memory requirements.

A (non-exclusive) selection of standard issues covered is listed
below. The interplay between compiler technology and development and
execution environments is also included. Target programming styles
comprise the usual sequential imperative languages, but also very high
level, data-parallel, object-oriented, and single-assignment
languages. Of particular interest are approaches aimed at enhancing
the utility of modern languages like Java for high performance
computing. We also encourage submissions on practical experiences, in
particular, industrial case studies, to assess the benefits and
limitations and the essential reasons responsible for success or
failure of current automatic parallelization techniques and
programming styles.

Topics of interest include:

              - static analysis
              - program transformations
              - scheduling
              - allocation, mapping
              - code generation
              - automatic parallelization
              - dynamic optimization
              - feedback directed optimization
              - compiling for embedded systems
              - compiling for hybrid and heterogeneous systems

There are commonalities with other Euro-Par topics (#03, #07, #13, and
#20, in particular) but, in contrast to them, we focus on automatic
extraction and exploitation of parallelism.

Euro-Par conference series:

Euro-Par is the annual European conference on parallel computing. It
is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel

Euro-Par 2001 is organized as a day of tutorials, two half-day plenary
sessions, and a number of parallel sessions.

Paper submission:

Authors are requested to use the electronic form on the web site
to submit their paper to the topic they judge most appropriate.

Official Address and Organization:

For any questions related to Euro-Par 2001 please refer to our
web site:
or e-mail to:

The key dates are:
                  - 6th November, 2000 : First Call for Papers
                  - 29th January, 2001 : Final Date for Submissions
                  - 1st May, 2001 : Acceptances Notified
                  - 29th June, 2001 : Early Registration Deadline
                  - 1st August, 2001 : Late Registration Deadline
                  - 28-31st August, 2001: Conference

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