Announcement and Invitation for Contributions
8th Workshop on Compilers for Parallel Computers,
January 4-7, 2000, Aussois, France.
CPC 2000 is the eighth in a series of workshops on Compilers for Parallel
Computers that take place every 18 months. Previous workshops were help
in Oxford (1989), Paris (1990), Vienna (1992), Delft (1993), Malaga (1995),
Aachen (1996), and Vadstena (1998). The major aim of the workshop is to
give researchers the opportunity to present their current research activity
and latest results in the field of compiling for parallel computers, and
to participate in informal discussions.
The 8th workshop will be held in Aussois, a small ski resort
in the french Alpes at the very beginning of the year 2000. You and your
colleagues are cordially invited to attend this workshop. If you would
like to give a presentation in the field of compiling for parallel computers,
you are also invited to submit a research paper to the local organizers.
Proceedings and Journal Special
In accordance with the previous events, papers need not be unpublished
but should reflect the contents of the presentation. Local proceedings
will be printed and distributed to the participants. In addition, original
contributions will be invited to submit for a special issue of the journal
``Parallel Processing Letters''. Submitted papers will be reviewed following
the standard review process.
July 1 : Submission of presentation titles and abstracts
September 1 : Preliminary program and registration information
November 1 : Submission of workshop papers
January 4-7 : Workshop
Submission of presentation:
Please submit the title and abstract of your presentation and all enquiries
to Alain Darte (Alain.Darte@ens-lyon.fr).
Alain Darte, Yves
46 Allée d'Italie,
The workshop will be held at the Centre
Paul Langevin, in Aussois,
in the french Alpes. Accommodation are either single or double room. You
will receive these informations in due time. The attendance for the four
days is encouraged. If snow and sun are there, some afternoons will be
kept free for ski (downhill or cross-country) or walks.