High-Level Programming for Heterogeneous and Hierarchical Parallel Systems
Prague, Czech Republic, Tuesday, Jan 19th 2016.
Co-Located with HiPEAC 2016
AIMS AND SCOPE
HLPGPU aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to present new results and ongoing
work on those aspects of high-level programming relevant, or specific, to
GPGPUs and new architectures.
- High-level parallel programming models, libraries and languages.
- Adaptation to heterogeneous/hierarchical platforms: GPGPU, multicore,
- Adaptation of cluster- and grid- performance models to new platforms.
- Programming experiments and applications of heterogeneous/hierarchical
platforms with a view on high-level programming methods.
- Algorithmic skeletons, design patterns for heterogeneous/hierarchical
- Domain-specific parallel patterns
- Efficient implementations of parallel patterns on multicore systems
- Mapping patterns to heterogeneous multicore systems
- Exploiting performance information to guide pattern Implementation
- Pattern implementations using application-specific information
- Refactoring tools and techniques for parallel patterns
- Tools and systems to aid pattern-based parallel programming - structured
parallel programming models
- Heterogeneous computing
- Feedback-directed compilation
- Timing analysis tools and techniques
- Statistical performance modelling and prediction
The proceedings from the workshop are available here:
- Submission: 16th November, 2015 (EXTENDED!)
- Notification: 11th December, 2015
- Final Version: 23rd December, 2015
- Workshop 19th January, 2016
Chris Brown (email@example.com) (University of St Andrews)
Kevin Hammond (firstname.lastname@example.org) (University of St Andrews)
J. Daniel Garcia (email@example.com) (University Carlos III Madrid)
- Chris Brown (University of St Andrews) (PC Chair)
- J. Daniel Garcia (firstname.lastname@example.org) (University Carlos III Madrid)
- Murray Cole (University of Edinburgh)
- Jose Gracia (HLRS, Stuttgart)
- Clemens Grelck (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
- Gaetan Hains (Universite Paris-Est Creteil)
- Kevin Hammond (University of St Andrews)
- Herbert Kuchen (University Muenster)
- Arturo González Escribano (Unversity of Valladolid)
- Marco Danelutto (University of Pisa)
- Sergei Gorlatch (University Muenster)
- Michael Vinov (IBM, Haifa)
Papers must be submitted online via EasyChair:
Submitted papers should be in portable document format (PDF), formatted using
the ACM SIGPLAN style guidelines. The text should be in a 9pt font in two
columns; the length is restricted to 6-10 pages.
Proceedings will be available to all HiPEAC attendees.
A selection of the best papers may be considered for publication as a journal
special issue after the event.