Miniconfs/Multicore and Parallel Computing

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==Abstract==
==Abstract==
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The Open Source, Multicore and Parallel Computing Miniconf offers a space to learn about Open Source contributions (existent or in process) to the problem of developing parallel software.
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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.
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It aims to launch a conversation on how the OSS Community, Education sector, 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, direct applications (i.e. games industry, HPC, etc) and scientific research to training on parallel programming and how the open source model will be central to develop a sustainable platform for 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.
==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.

Revision as of 19:13, 9 September 2009

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.

Website

See the official website for CFP details.