HIPS'97 - Final Call for Participation (Geneva, April 97)

Michael Oberhuber <oberhube@informatik.tu-muenchen.de>
21 Mar 1997 10:28:59 -0500

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From: Michael Oberhuber <oberhube@informatik.tu-muenchen.de>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 21 Mar 1997 10:28:59 -0500
Organization: Munich University of Technology
Keywords: conference, parallel

Second International Workshop on High-level Parallel Programming Models
                                                      Supportive Environments

                                                                  (HIPS '97)

                                                            ADVANCE PROGRAM

                                          April 1, 1997, Geneva, Switzerland


                                                    Held in conjunction with
                  The 11th IEEE International Parallel Processing Symposium

                                                    Proceedings published by
                                                IEEE Computer Society Press

                                                                Sponsored by

    Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG (Unit Science and
                                                        Silicon Graphics GmbH
                    The 11th IEEE International Parallel Processing Symposium
                                    Technische Universit=E4t M=FCnchen (SFB 342)


8:30 am: Opening Remarks

          H. Hellwagner
          Technical University of Munich, Germany

8:35-10:05 am: Overview (Session 1)

8:35 am: High-level Parallel Programming: Methods, Languages, and Tools
(Invited Talk)
          H. Burkhart
          University of Basel, Switzerland

9:35 am: Complexity and Performance in Parallel Programming Languages
          S. P. VanderWiel (*), D. Nathanson (+), D. J. Lilja (*)
          University of Minnesota (*), Iowa State University (+), USA


10:05-10:30 am: Coffee Break


10:30-12:00 am: Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming (Session 2)

10:30 am: Supporting High Level Programming with High Performance: The
Illinois Concert System
          A. Chien, J. Dolby, B. Ganguly, V. Karamcheti, X. Zhang
          Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

11:00 am: Supporting Multiple Parallel Programming Paradigms on Top of
Millipede Virtual Parallel Machine
          A. Itzkovitz, A. Schuster, L. Wolfovich
          Israel Institute of Technology

11:30 am: Concurrency in Cooperative Objects
          C. Sibertin-Blanc
          University Toulouse 1, France


12:00-1:00 pm: Lunch Break


1:00-2:00 pm: Poster Presentations (Session 5)

PDE-Oriented Language Compilation and Optimization with CTADEL for
          R. v. Engelen (*), L. Wolters (*), G. Cats (+)
          Leiden University (*), Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
The Netherlands

Parallel Programming through Configurable Interconnectable Objects
          E. V. Carrera (*), O. G. Loques (+), J. B. Leite (+)
          Coppe-UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro (*), CAA-UFF, Niteroi (+), Brasil

Cooperating Agents: Language Support and Load Distribution
          T. Schnekenburger
          Technical University Munich, Germany

The Eden Coordination Model for Distributed Memory Systems
          S. Breitinger (*), R. Loogen (*), Y. Ortega-Mallen (+), R. Pena (+)
          University Marburg (*), Germany; University Complutense Madrid (+),

Algorithm Design and Analysis Using the WPRAM Model
          J. M. Nash, M. E. Dyer, P. M. Dew
          Leeds University, United Kingdom

Comparing High-level and Low-level Implementations of a Molecular
          G. Travieso
          IFSC USP, Sao Carlos, Brasil


2:00-3:30 pm: Data Parallelism (Session 3)

2:00 pm: High-level Data Parallel Programming in PROMOTER
          M. Besch, H. Bi, P. Enskonatus, G. Heber, M. Wilhelmi
          GMD FIRST Berlin, Germany

2:30 pm: A High-level Cellular Programming Model for Massively Parallel
          G. Spezzano, D. Talia
          ISI-CNR, Italy

3:00 pm: SCL-Chan: an Asynchronous Data-Parallel Language for Irregular
          E. Melin, B. Raffin, X. Rebeuf, B. Virot
          University Orleans, France


3:30-4:00 pm: Coffee Break


4:00-5:30 pm: Load Distribution and Performance Optimization (Session 4)

4:00 pm: High-level Directives to Drive the Allocation of Parallel
Object-Oriented Applications
          A. Corradi (*), L. Leonardi (+), F. Zambonelli (+)
          University Bologna (*), University Modena (+), Italy

4:30 pm: Load Balancing HPF Programs by Migrating Virtual Processors
          C. Perez
          ENS Lyon, France

5:00 pm: A Rule-based Approach for Automatic Bottleneck Detection in
Programs on Shared Virtual Memory Systems
          M. Gerndt, A. Krumme
          Research Centre Juelich (KFA), Germany


5:30 pm: Wrap Up

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