CFP: Parallel Tools Meeting May 16-18, 2001

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22 Mar 2001 01:21:35 -0500

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From: Parallel Tools Consortium <ptools01@roc.NACSE.ORG>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 22 Mar 2001 01:21:35 -0500
Organization: Network for Education and Research in Oregon
Keywords: tools, conference, parallel
Posted-Date: 22 Mar 2001 01:21:35 EST

                          Parallel Application and Tool Developers Unite!

If you write parallel applications and you wish you had better parallel
tools, this meeting is for you! If you develop parallel tools and want
to better understand the needs of your potential users and what other
tool developers are doing to meet them, come to this meeting!

                                        Ptools'01 Call for Participation
                      The 2001 Annual Meeting of the Parallel Tools Consortium
                                            San Diego Supercomputer Center
                                                San Diego, California, USA
                                                        May 16-18, 2001



You are invited to join us for the 6th Annual Meeting of the Parallel
Tools Consortium. Come meet the developers of parallel debuggers,
performance analyzers, and other tools! Express your needs for parallel
development tools and learn about the experiences of developers and
other users like yourself at the scientific computing community's only
dedicated forum for parallel tool users.

This year's meeting covers the latest developments in vendor and
research parallel tools, tool-development infrastructures, and freeware
tools. Additional emphasis this year will be placed on tools for
clusters of SMPs and grid computing, but as always, there will be
something for every parallel application or tool developer. The
keynote speaker will be Thomas Sterling of Caltech, originator
of the Beowulf cluster concept.

Sign up now! On-line registration, more information, and rules for our
"worst error message from a parallel system" contest is available at:


Note: Ptools'01 occurs just before CUG Summit 2001 (
            to allow attendance at both meetings with one trip to the west
            coast and the potential advantage of over-Saturday-night airfares.

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