High-Level Programming for Heterogeneous and Hierarchical Parallel Systems (HLPGPU) 2017

Organised by the EU Horizon 2020 project, RePhrase.



Stockholm, Sweden, Tuesday, Jan 23rd 2017.
Co-Located with HiPEAC 2017

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, 
   FPGA etc. 
-   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


-   Submission: 16th December, 2016

-   Notification: 23rd December, 2016

-   Final Version: 13th January, 2016

-   Workshop 23rd January, 2016

Chair and Organiser
   Chris Brown (cmb21@st-andrews.ac.uk) (University of St Andrews)

Murray Cole (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Marco Danelutto (University of Pisa, Italy)
Jose Daniel Garcia (University of Carlos III Madrid, Spain)
Arturo Gonzalez (University of Valladolid, Spain)
Segei Gorlatch (University of Muenster, Germany)
Gaetan Hains (Huawei)
Vladimir Janjic (University of St Andrews, UK)
Herbert Kuchen (University of Muenster, Germany)
Zoltan Theisz (EvoPro, Hungary)
Michael Vinov (IBM, Israel)
Michael Wong (CodePlay, UK)

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 8-10 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.

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