3rd ''Scheduling in Aussois'' Workshop

Aussois, French Alps.   --   June 2-4, 2010.


The GRAAL project at Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon organizes a workshop in Aussois, France on June 2-4, 2010. The workshop will focus on scheduling for large-scale systems and on scientific computing. This will be the fifth edition of this workshop series, after Aussois in August 2004, San Diego in November 2005, Aussois in May 2008, and Knoxville in May 2009. The success of the previous workshops greatly motivates us to repeat this event.

The workshop will consist in thematic half-days. We plan to devote a specific session to each of the following topics: scheduling and algorithms for large-scale systems, combinatorial scientific computing, and multicore algorithms. Apart from the talks (we have about 25 talks in total), there will be plenty of time for informal discussion and exchanges.

Although Aussois is a cute village in the heart of the French Alps, it is only four hours away from Paris with high speed train, and two hours away from Lyon.

Organizing Committee

Practical informations

List of participants

  • Kunal Agrawal
  • Rob Bisseling
  • George Bosilca
  • Domingo Jimenez Canovas
  • Pietro Cicotti
  • Julien Langou
  • Joachim Lepping
  • Fredrik Manne
  • Rami G. Melhem
  • Erik Saule
  • HJ Siegel
  • Oliver Sinnen
  • Leonel Sousa
  • Jon Weissman
  • Emmanuel Agullo
  • Olivier Beaumont
  • Anne Benoit
  • Hinde Bouziane
  • Alfredo Buttari
  • Louis-Claude Canon
  • Lionel Eyraud-Dubois
  • Fanny Dufossé
  • Pierre-François Dutot
  • Jean-Yves L'Excellent
  • Matthieu Gallet
  • Bruno Gaujal
  • Alain Girault
  • Abdou Guermouche
  • Mathias Jacquelin
  • Emmanuel Jeannot
  • Kamer Kaya
  • Arnaud Legrand
  • Loris Marchal
  • Jean-Marc Nicod
  • Paul Renaud-Goud
  • Hélène Renard
  • Clément Rezvoy
  • Yves Robert
  • Frédéric Suter
  • Lamiel Toch
  • Denis Trystram
  • Bora Uçar
  • Frédéric Vivien

Further information