Call for Papers for PGAS Applications Workshop
13 May 2016 Salt Lake City - The PGAS Applications Workshop will be held on November 14, 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah in conjunction with SC16 and in cooperation with SIGHPC, the ACM Special interest Group on HPC. The scope of the PAW workshop is to provide a forum for exhibiting case studies of PGAS programming models in the context of real-world applications as a means of better understanding practical applications of PGAS technologies. The submission deadline for papers is July 31, 2016.
The organizers encourage the submission of papers and talks detailing practical PGAS applications, including characterizations of scalability and performance, of expressiveness and programmability, as well as any downsides or areas for improvement in existing PGAS models. In addition to informing other application programmers about the potential that is available through PGAS programming, the workshop is designed to communicate these experiences to compiler vendors, library developers, and system architects in order to achieve broader support for PGAS programming across the community.
Submissions are solicited in two categories:
- Full-length papers presenting novel research results
- Extended abstracts summarizing published/preliminary results
For more information and submissions guidelines you can visit http://sourceryinstitute.github.io/PAW/