PARCON'98: New Directions in Parallel and Concurrent Computing (New York, Nov 98)

Vijay Karamcheti <>
21 Oct 1998 01:35:09 -0400

          From comp.compilers

Related articles
PARCON'98: New Directions in Parallel and Concurrent Computing (New Yo (Vijay Karamcheti) (1998-10-21)
| List of all articles for this month |

From: Vijay Karamcheti <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 21 Oct 1998 01:35:09 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, parallel

        Symposium on New Directions in Parallel and Concurrent Computing
                                          New York University, Nov. 20, 1998

  9:30 Intelligent RAM and Intelligent Disk
                            David A. Patterson, Pardee Professor of Computer Science,
                            University of California, Berkeley

  10:30 Coffee Break

  11:00 Transmission and Processing of Quantum Information
                            Charles H. Bennet,
                            IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

  12:00 A Decision-Theoretic Approach to the Design, Analysis, and
                      Specification of Systems
                            Joseph Y. Halpern, Professor of Computer Science and
                                Co-director of the Cognitive Studies Program,
                            Cornell University

  1:00 Lunch Break

  2:30 Translation Validation and the Power of Uninterpreted Functions
                            Amir Pneuli,
                            Weizmann Institute of Science

  3:30 Coffee Break

  4:00 Performance and Portability in Numerical Computing
                            William Gropp,
                            Argonne National Laboratory

  5:30 Reception


  Program Co-chairs: Vijay Karamcheti General Chair: Zvi M. Kedem
                                            Krishna V. Palem

  Advisory Panel: Frances E. Allen, Arvind, K. Mani Chandy,
                                            Richard M. Karp, F. Thomas Leighton,
                                            Michael O. Rabin (chair)

The symposium is open to the public and will be held in Room 703, Main
Building, New York University located at 100 Washington Square East, New
York City. For further details, including free registration, maps and
directions, please visit the PARCON Web page at

Post a followup to this message

Return to the comp.compilers page.
Search the comp.compilers archives again.