23rd PARS - Workshop on Parallel Systems and Algorithms
in conjunction with
International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems (ARCS)
GI/ITG-Fachgruppe 'Parallel-Algorithmen, - Rechnerstrukturen und - Systemsoftware' (PARS)
Prize for best student paper split and awarded to P. Ediger (TU Darmstadt, and O. Fortmeier (RWTH Aachen). Congratulations!
Call for Papers (PDF):
The PARS-Workshop series has the goal to build a bridge between theory and practice in the area of parallel systems and algorithms.
In this context practical problems which require theoretical investigations as well as the applicability of theoretical approaches and results to
practice shall be discussed. An important aspect is communication and exchange of experience between various groups working in the area
of parallel computing, e.g. in computer science, electrical engineering, physics or mathematics.
Topics of Interest include, but are not restricted to:
|- parallel architectures & storage systems||- interconnection networks|
|- parallel embedded systems||- reconfigurable parallel computing|
|- ubiquitous and pervasive systems||- distributed and parallel multimedia systems|
|- models of parallel computation||- performance evaluation of parallel systems|
|- data stream-oriented computing||- software engineering for parallel systems|
|- parallel and distributed algorithms||- parallel programming languages|
|- network and grid computing||- new technologies & architectures (SoC, Multicores, PIM, etc.)|
|- parallel organic computing||- alternative technologies (e.g. quantum or DNA computing)|
The workshop will comprise invited papers on current topics of leading experts in the field as well as submitted papers. The accepted papers
shall have a length of about 10 pages A4 and will be published in the ARCS Workshop Proceedings as well as in the PARS Newsletter (ISSN 0177-0454).
For ARCS 2010 participants the workshop is included in the conference fee, for participation in the workshop alone, we try to arrange a reduced fee.
The conference language is English. Papers are required to be in English.
A prize of 500 € will be awarded to the best contribution presented personally by a student based on his or her MSc or PhD work. Co-authors are allowed. PhD shall not be granted upon submission. Application for the prize must be indicated upon submission by sending an email to the organizer. Applicants should become members of the Special Interest Group PARS..
October 31, 2009: Extended Deadline for electronic submission
November 20, 2009: Notification of the authors (has been sent!)
December 15, 2009: Final version of accepted papers (have been received!)
31, 2010: Extended Early
Registration Deadline for ARCS Workshops
February 23, 2010: Workshop (Note: date has been fixed)
H. Burkhart (Basel), A. Döring (Zürich), D. Fey (Erlangen), R. Hoffmann (Darmstadt), F. Hoßfeld (Jülich),
W. Karl (Karlsruhe), J. Keller (Hagen), Ch. Lengauer (Passau), E. Maehle (Lübeck), E. W. Mayr (München),
F. Meyer auf der Heide (Paderborn), W. E. Nagel (Dresden), K. D. Reinartz (Höchstadt), U. Rüde (Erlangen), H. Schmeck (Karlsruhe),
U. Schwiegelshohn (Dortmund), P. Sobe (Lübeck), T. Ungerer (Augsburg), R. Wanka (Erlangen), H. Weberpals (Hamburg-Harburg)
Prof. Dr. Jörg Keller, FernUniversität Hagen, Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Parallelism and VLSI Group, 58084 Hagen, Germany
Final Program available
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