EWOMP'01 - Third European Workshop on OpenMP
September 8-9th, 2001
OpenMP is currently being considered by a large number of users and vendors as the definitive standard for shared memory parallel programming. This means that, for the first time, it is possible to write parallel programs which are portable across the majority of shared memory parallel computers. The workshop will bring together researchers, developers and advanced users from academia, scientific laboratories and industry to share information, experiences and explore novel ideas around OpenMP.
EWOMP'01 follows a series of workshops on OpenMP, such as EWOMP'99, WOMPAT'00, EWOMP'00, WOMPEI'00 and WOMPAT'01. All the events have been a success and resulted in very interesting presentations and discussions.
PACT'01 will offer to EWOMP'01 authors and attendees the possibility of joining researchers from the architecture and compiler communities and discussing with them key issues of common interest. Please, access the PACT'01 conference web site by clicking here.
The advance program is available and includes papers related with the following topics:
Attendees are requested to go to the hosting PACT'01 conference to perform the registration to EWOMP'01 and make room reservations in the conference hotels. We strongly suggest that you make your room reservation in advance and register before the advance registration deadline to benefit from combined PACT'01/EWOMP'01 registration fees.
Informal proceedings will be printed and distributed at the workshop. Authors of accepted papers are asked to prepare camera-ready papers by July 21st, 2001. Papers for the workshop proceedings may be up to 10 pages in length and must be in PDF or postscript format. Please use A4 paper size, with two column format, single spacing and no page numbers. The font should be 10pt Times or Times Roman, and margin sizes 3.0cm at the top and bottom of the page and 2.5 cm at the left and right. The camera-ready version should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. As in previous editions, EWOMP'01 will publish extended versions of selected papers in a special issue of Scientific Programming. Further information for authors will be available later.
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EWOMP'01 is partially supported by the OpenMP ARB, the Technical University of Catalunya (UPC) and the Spanish Ministry of Science (CICYT).
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