Monday, June 7, 2010

[DMANET] PASCO 2010: Call for Participation



International Workshop on Parallel Symbolic Computation 2010
Grenoble University, INRIA and CNRS
Grenoble, France, July 21-23, 2010


The "2010 International Workshop on Parallel and Symbolic Computation"
(PASCO) is the 4th meeting in a series of workshops dedicated to the
promotion and advancement of parallel algorithms and software in all
areas of symbolic mathematical computation. Following previous
editions, PASCO 2010 will have presentations of accepted research
papers and extended abstracts, invited talks, tutorial courses.
Moreover, a programming contest will take place during the conference.

* PASCO 2010 on-line registration is now available at

Early Registration (by June 30th)
ACM/SIGSAM Members 190 EUR
Non-ACM/SIGSAM Members 210 EUR
Students 60 EUR

Late and On-Site Registration
ACM/SIGSAM Members 230 EUR
Non-ACM/SIGSAM Members 250 EUR
Students 90 EUR

* Invited Lectures

Christian Bertin (ST) & Claude-Pierre Jeannerod, (INRIA), France.
Techniques and tools for implementing IEEE 754 floating-point arithmetic on
VLIW integer processors.

Erich L. Kaltofen , North Carolina State University, USA.
15 years after DSC and WLSS2: what parallel computations I do today.

Stephen T. Lewin-Berlin, Quanta Research Cambridge, USA.
Exploiting Multicore Systems with Cilk

* Tutorials

Jeremy Johnson , Drexel University, USA.
Automatic Performance Tuning.

Daniel Kunkle , Northeastern University, USA.
Roomy: A System for Space Limited Computations.

* Organization

General co-Chairs:
Marc Moreno-Maza, University of Western Ontario, Canada
and Jean-Louis Roch, Grenoble University, France.
Local Arrangement Chairs:
Jean-Guillaume Dumas, Grenoble University, France
and Thierry Gautier, INRIA, France
and Clement Pernet, Grenoble University, France.
Administration Chair: Daniele Herzog, INRIA France.
Publicity Chair: Daniel Cordeiro, Grenoble University, France.
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