Distributed Memory Multiprocessor Software Workshop

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From: weaver@sauron.cs.colorado.edu (Robert P. Weaver)
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 1992 17:12:53 GMT
Keywords: conference, parallel

          Workshop on Languages, Compilers, and Run-Time Environments
                      for Distributed Memory Multiprocessors

                  Program, and Final Chance for Registration

The second Workshop on Languages, Compilers, and Run-Time Environments
for Distributed Memory Multiprocessors will be held at the Clarion Harvest
House in Boulder, Colorado from the morning of Wed., Sept. 30 through noon
on Fri, Oct. 2, 1992. The topics that the workshop will address include:
design and implementation of parallel programming languages; compiler
optimizations to expose or enhance parallelism; support for regular and
irregular data parallel computations; and experience with applying parallel
programming languages and techniques to applications.

To preserve the workshop nature of the meeting, attendance is being limited
to approximately 100 persons. Currently there are a small number of
places left. Anyone still wishing to register is encouraged to do so
as soon as possible, by filling out the registration material below.

The tentative program for the workshop is given below.
Each 90 minute session will consist of two approximately 25-30 minute talks,
with the remainder of the time for discussion.

Wed. morning, 8:30 - 10
          High Performance Fortran Status Report
                Guy L. Steele, Jr.
          Kernel-Control Parallel Versus Data Parallel: A Technical Comparison
                T. Pratt

Wed. morning, 10:30 - 12
        Loop Transformations for NUMA Machines
                W. Li and K. Pingali
        Data Dependence Analysis for Compiling Programs on Distributed-Memory
                S. Sharma, C.-H. Huang, P. Sadayappan

Wed. afternoon, 1:30 - 3
        The Shared-Memory Language pSather on a Distributed-Memory Multiprocessor
                J. Feldman, C.-C. Lim, T. Rauber
        P++, a Parallel C++ Array Class Library for Architecture-Independent
        Development of Structured Grid Applications
                M. Lemke and D. Quinlan

Wed. afternoon, 3:30 - 5
        Lattice Parallelism: A Parallel Programming Model for Manipulating
        Structured Non-Uniform Scientific Data Structures
                S. Baden and S. Kohn
        Programming Models for Irregular Applications
                K.A. Yelick

Wed. afternoon, 5:30 - 6:30

Thurs. morning, 8:30 - 10
        Compiling Parallel Programs for iWarp
                T. Gross, S. Hinrichs, G. Lueh, D. O'Hallaron, J. Stichnoth,
J. Subhlok
        Explicit Data Placement (XDP): A Compiler Intermediate Form That
                Explicitly Represents Data Placement and Movement
                V. Bala and J. Ferrante

Thurs. morning, 10:30 - 12
        Orca-1: Overview of A Simple Language Implementation of Phase Abstractions
                  L. Snyder
        A Parallel Programming Environment Supporting Multiple Data-Parallel
                  B.K. Seevers, M.J. Quinn, P.J. Hatcher

Thurs. afternoon, 1:30 - 3
        Efficiency of Data Alignment on Maspar
                  B. Maniatty, B. Sinharoy, B. Szymanski
        Embedding Data Mappers with Distributed Memory Machine Compilers
                  R. Ponnusamy, J. Saltz, R. Das, C. Koelbel, A. Choudhary

Thurs. afternoon, 3:30 - 5
        Implementing ML on Distributed Memory Multiprocessors
                P. Bailey and M. Newey
        Program Transformations for Static Process Networks
                S. Cox, S.-Y. Huang, P. Kelly, J. Liu, F. Taylor

Fri. morning, 8:30 - 10
        Array Privatization in Distributed Memory Systems
                P. Tu and D. Padua
        Optimal Evaluation of Array Expressions on Massively Parallel Machines
                S. Chatterjee, J.R. Gilbert, R. Schreiber, S.-H. Teng

Fri. morning, 10:30 - 12
        User Defined Distributions and Alignments in Vienna Fortran
                B. Chapman, P. Mehrotra, H. Zima
        The Design and Design Philosophy of a New Parallel Scientific Language
                M. Rosing, R.B. Schnabel, R.P. Weaver

The proceedings of the meeting will be published in SIGPLAN Notices; an
advanced copy of the proceedings will be provided to each participant at
the workshop. The organizing committee for the workshop consists of
Ken Kennedy (Rice), Chuck Koelbel (Rice), Piyush Mehrotra (ICASE),
Joel Saltz (ICASE), Bobby Schnabel (Colorado) and Bob Weaver (Colorado).

Local Arrangements Information :

    A block of rooms has been reserved at the Clarion Harvest House in
Boulder. The Clarion is Boulder's largest hotel and has a full range of
facilities, including excellent sports and exercise facilities. The
conference rate is $56/night single, $76/night double; this rate will be
available until Sept. 1, 1992. To reserve, call 1-800-545-6285 and
mention the "Distributed Language Workshop".

    There are also a number of motels within 5-15 minutes walking distance
from the Clarion. These include:

                Golden Buff $62 single
                (Best Western) $67 double
                1725 28th St. (approx 5 min walk)

                The Highlander $46.95 single
                970 28th St. $53.95 double
                1-800-525-2149 (approx 5-10 min walk)

                Holiday Inn $48 single/double
                800 28th St. (approx 15 min walk)

                Boulder Inn $54-63 single
                (Best Western) $59-66 double
                770 28th St. (approx 15 min walk)
                1-800-528-1234 (Ask for corporate rate for CU Computer Science Dept)

Ground Transportation
    Boulder is approximately 25 miles from Stapleton International Airport
in Denver, Colorado. There is an hourly shuttle bus that stops at the
Clarion, and at any other motel if requested, and costs $9.50 one way.

Conference Banquet
    A banquet will be held at the Gold Hill Inn in Gold Hill, Colorado, on
Thursday evening. Gold Hill is a small, beautiful mountain town at about
8,200', 1/2 hour to the west of Boulder. Transportation will be provided,
the drive includes spectacular views of the mountains and plains. The
dinner is a full course meal (with wine) and choice of several entrees
will be available (vegetarian upon request).


                                              REGISTRATION FORM

    Second Workshop on Languages, Compilers, and Run-Time Environments
                      for Distributed Memory Multiprocessors

                        Boulder, Colorado, Sept 30 - Oct 2, 1992

NAME ________________________________________________________

ORGANIZATION ________________________________________________

ADDRESS ____________________________________________________

EMAIL ADDRESS ______________________________________________

Payment for the following is (indicate one): enclosed / being sent separately

        Registration Fee (includes copy of proceedings) : $45.00
        Conference Banquet (optional, $40.00) $
              Please indicate here if vegetarian meal
              desired : ____ _______
        Total $

Please mail a check or money order for this amount made payable to
University to Colorado to
            Carolyn Mich
            Department of Computer Science
            Campus Box 430
            University of Colorado at Boulder
            Boulder, CO 80309-0430

Please either return this form to carolyn@cs.colorado.edu, or
mail it to the above address.

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