CFP: Parallel Tools Meeting September 10-12, 2002 (Knoxville)

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From: "Parallel Tools Consortium" <ptools02@roc.NACSE.ORG>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 13 Jun 2002 21:07:18 -0400
Organization: Oregon State University
Keywords: conference, parallel
Posted-Date: 13 Jun 2002 21:07:18 EDT

                                      Ptools'02 Call for Participation
                    The 2002 Annual Meeting of the Parallel Tools Consortium
                                            The University of Tennessee
                                              Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
                                                  September 10-12, 2002



You are invited to join us for the 9th 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. Special emphasis will be placed this year on tools for
understanding and modeling application performance on new architectures,
but as always, there will be something for every parallel application
or tool developer.

Please mark your calendars for Ptools'02 on September 10-12, 2002!

Also, if you have a parallel tool project/product that you
believe we don't know about, we want to hear about it!
Please let us know by emailing us at

See you in Knoxville!

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