Miniconfs/Multicore and Parallel Computing

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It aims to launch a conversation on how the OSS Community, Education Sectors, Scientists and Researchers, Developers and Industry are looking at this "new" scenario. We invite presentations with a broad scope from specific code and technical developments to direct applications (i.e. games industry, HPC, bioinformatics, etc): from scientific research to training on Parallel Programming. We wish to explore how the Open Source Model will be central to develop a sustainable platform for Multicore and Parallel Computing.
It aims to launch a conversation on how the OSS Community, Education Sectors, Scientists and Researchers, Developers and Industry are looking at this "new" scenario. We invite presentations with a broad scope from specific code and technical developments to direct applications (i.e. games industry, HPC, bioinformatics, etc): from scientific research to training on Parallel Programming. We wish to explore how the Open Source Model will be central to develop a sustainable platform for Multicore and Parallel Computing.
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==Schedule==
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010
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:10:30 ~ 12:15
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:13:30 ~ 15:15
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:15:45 ~ 17:30
==Website==
==Website==
See the [http://multicorenz.wordpress.com/lca2010-miniconf/ official website] for CFP details.
See the [http://multicorenz.wordpress.com/lca2010-miniconf/ official website] for CFP details.

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Abstract

The Open Source, Multicore and Parallel Computing Miniconf offers a space to discuss and learn about Open Source contributions (existent or in process) to the problem of developing Parallel Software.

It aims to launch a conversation on how the OSS Community, Education Sectors, Scientists and Researchers, Developers and Industry are looking at this "new" scenario. We invite presentations with a broad scope from specific code and technical developments to direct applications (i.e. games industry, HPC, bioinformatics, etc): from scientific research to training on Parallel Programming. We wish to explore how the Open Source Model will be central to develop a sustainable platform for Multicore and Parallel Computing.

Schedule

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

10:30 ~ 12:15
13:30 ~ 15:15
15:45 ~ 17:30

Website

See the official website for CFP details.