Abstract submissions are requested from industry experts, developers, and academia on all topics related to OpenMP, including but not limited to: the experience of developing real-world applications with OpenMP, algorithms, performance analysis, tools and libraries, optimization, verification, portability and education. Sessions can be in the form of short form technical presentations, tutorials, workshops, posters, or panel discussions.
The deadline for the submission of short abstracts is: 11 June, 2016
For additional information visit: http://www.openmpcon.org
OpenMPCon runs in partnership with IWOMP, the International Workshop on OpenMP. IWOMP focuses on the presentation of unpublished academic research and takes place immediately after OpenMPCon. Both events share the same tutorial sessions on Wednesday 5th October, 2016. For additional information visit: http://www.iwomp.orgOpenMPCon 2016 builds on the success of last year’s inaugural event to provide developers with a unique opportunity to enhance their knowledge and share their practical experience of using the OpenMP API, its supporting tools, and applying the latest advances in parallel programming techniques - said Michael Klemm, OpenMP CEO.