|CFP: IEEE HIPS'99 workshop on High-Level Parallel Programming Models a firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-07-13)|
|CFP: IEEE HIPS'99 workshop on High-Level Parallel Programming Models a email@example.com (1998-08-31)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank Mueller)|
|Date:||13 Jul 1998 23:49:48 -0400|
|Organization:||Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Computer Science|
|Keywords:||conference, parallel, CFP|
Call for Papers
Fourth International Workshop on
High-Level Parallel Programming Models and Supportive Environments(HIPS'99)
San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, April 12, 1999
(in conjunction with IPPS/SPDP'99)
Papers due: Oct 30, 1998 (5pm MET)
Author notification: Dec 14, 1998
Final papers due: Jan 11, 1999
HIPS'99 is a full-day workshop to be held at the IPPS/SPDP 1999
focusing on high-level programming of networks of workstations and of
massively-parallel machines. Its goal is to bring together researchers
working in the areas of applications, language design, compilers,
system architecture, and programming tools to discuss new developments
in programming such systems.
Papers should describe the interaction of high-level programming
models with compilers, run time systems, and hardware
Original submissions are invited in all areas relevant to this theme.
Appropriate topics include (but are not restricted to) the following
* Concepts and languages for high-level parallel programming.
* Concurrent object-oriented programming.
* Automatic parallelization and optimization.
* High-level programming environments.
* Performance analysis and debugging techniques and tools.
* Distributed shared memory.
* Implementation techniques for high-level programming models.
* Operating system support for runtime systems.
* Integrating high-speed communication media into programming environments.
* Architectural support for high-level programming models.
Papers should report new research and should not exceed 5000 words
(approximately 10 pages typeset on 16-point spacing), including
figures and references. Short papers that describe existing
implementations or work-in-progress, or outline new problems or
important issues are also welcome. Short papers should not exceed
3000 words (6 pages). All accepted papers will be presented at the
workshop and published as joint proceedings for all IPPS/SPDP
workshops in the Springer LNCS series.
Electronic submissions must be received by 5:00 PM Middle
European Time, Friday, October 30, 1998. Submissions may be sent as
a single e-mail message to
(MIME attachments are allowed). The message should contain both the
filled out form and the Postscript summary. Electronic summaries
should be in Postscript form, which must be interpretable by
Ghostscript. The Postscript must use standard fonts, or include the
necessary fonts, and must be prepared for USLetter (8.5''x11'') or A4
page sizes. Authors who cannot meet these requirements should submit
20 hardcopies to the workshop chair Frank Mueller by airmail and must
be received on or before October 30, 1998.
These are firm constraints; submissions not meeting the
criteria described above will not be considered.
Humboldt University Berlin
Institut fuer Informatik
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin, Germany
phone: (+49) (30) 20181-276, fax: -280
Arndt Bode, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
Helmar Burkhart, Universitat Basel, Switzerland
John Carter, University of Utah, USA
Karsten Decker, CSCS/SCSC, Switzerland
Hans Michael Gerndt, Forschungszentrum Julich, Germany
Hermann Hellwagner, Technische U. Munchen, Germany
Francois Irigoin, Ecole des Mines de Paris, France
Peter Keleher, University of Maryland, USA
Ulrich Kremer, Rutgers University, USA
James Larus, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
R. Perrott, Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom
Domenico Talia, Universita' della Calabria, Italy
Thierry Priol, INRIA, France
Hans Zima, University of Vienna, Austria
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