The Computer Science Department of ETH Zurich has the pleasure to host the
10th International Workshop on Parallel Matrix Algorithms and Applications (PMAA18).
The workshop aims at being a forum for an exchange of ideas, insights and experiences in different areas of parallel computing (Multicores, Manycores and GPUs) and applications in which matrix algorithms are employed.
The PMAA18 workshop will bring together experts and researchers from diverse disciplines with a common interest in matrix computation. The purpose of the workshop is to discuss recent developments in various aspects of parallel matrix algorithms and to bring together mathematicians, computational scientists and engineers. The workshop will focus on
We invite you to submit scientific contributions in all fields of numerical analysis, scientific and industrial applications, software development, and high performance computing. From the submissions received, the Organizing Committee will select papers to be presented as oral contributions. We hope that this opportunity to present and discuss science will interest you, and we look forward to seeing you in Zurich!
|Submission of MS proposals by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Submission of abstracts for MS talks and contributed talks|
|April 21, 2018||Acceptance notification|
|May 10, 2018||End of early registration|
|June 21, 2018||Online registration closing|
|October 15, 2018||Submission of proceedings article in Parallel Computing Journal|
|Academic Participants||Non-Academic Participants|
|Early registration (before May 10, 2018)||CHF 500||CHF 600|
|Late registration||CHF 600||CHF 650|
Peter Arbenz (Switzerland), Rolf Krause (Switzerland), Daniel Kressner (Switzerland), and Olaf Schenk (Switzerland).
Peter Arbenz (Switzerland), Luc Giraud (France), Erricos Kontoghiorghes (Cyprus), Youssef Saad (USA), Olaf Schenk (Switzerland).
Emmanuel Agullo (France), Pasqua D'Ambra (Italy), Hartwig Anzt (Germany), Haim Avron (Israel), Michael Bader (Germany), Achim Basermann (Germany), Costas Bekas (Switzerland), Paolo Bientinesi (Germany), Radim Blaheta (Czech Republic), Matthias Bollhöfer (Germany), Matthias Bolten (Germany), George Bosilca (USA), Edmond Chow (USA), Eric Darve (USA), Zlatko Drmac (Croatia), Nahid Emad (France), Efstratios Gallopoulos (Greece), Wilfried Gansterer (Austria), Pieter Ghysels (USA), Dominik Göddeke (Germany), Dan Gordon (Israel), Laura Grigori (France), Inge Gutheil (Germany), Hidehiko Hasegawa (Japan), Thomas Huckle (Germany), Julien Langou (USA), Hatem Ltaief (Saudi Arabia), Svetozar Margenov (Bulgaria), Karl Meerbergen (Belgium), Ulrike Meier-Yang (USA), Edoardo Di Napoli (Germany), Esmond G. Ng (USA), Maya Neytcheva (Sweden), Gabriel Okša (Slovakia), Serge Petiton (France), Cosmin Petra (USA), Eric Polizzi (USA), Jean Roman (France), Jose E. Roman (Spain), Tetsuya Sakurai (Japan), Miroslav Tuma (Czech Republic), Marián Vajteršic (Austria), Wim Vanroose (Belgium), Kees Vuik (Netherlands), Weichung Wang (Taiwan), Roman Wyrzykowski (Poland).
The CAB building is one of the central ETH buildings. They are in close vicinity to downtown Zurich. The main train station is in walking distance. Zurich airport is reachable in half an hour.
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PASC18 is the fifth edition of the PASC Conference series, an international platform for the exchange of competences in scientific computing and computational science, with a strong focus on methods, tools, algorithms, application challenges, and novel techniques and usage of high performance computing.
The theme of PASC18 is Fast and Big Data, Fast and Big Computation, emphasizing our vision of the close coupling of data and computation. Exposing and expressing massive and irregular parallelism in computational problems are key challenges for exploiting the massive and heterogeneous parallelism available in current, and expected in future, HPC systems, as well as to find new ways of generating scientific insight from data and models. Through its rich and interactive program, PASC18 aims to highlight the computational approaches that computational scientists, computer scientists, and practitioners employ today and will employ over the next decades to address these challenges.
Parallel Computing (Elsevier) will publish a Special Issue devoted to PMAA 2018. Papers submitted to the special issue must have a strong parallel computing and numerical linear algebra component. The topics to be covered in the issue include, but are not limited to:
Manuscripts will undergo the standard Parallel Computing peer-reviewing
process. They must be submitted electronically via Elsevier's online
submission system at
Computing special PMAA'18 issue.
Papers solicited in this call for papers are not restricted to the contributions presented during the Workshop. Submissions from other researchers, which fit the scope of this special issue, are also welcome.
The managing guest editor of this special issue is Olaf Schenk. Further editors are Luc Giraud (Inria, Bordeaux), Wim Vanroose (University of Antwerp), and Peter Arbenz (ETH Zurich). For any questions, please contact Olaf Schenk.
|October 15, 2018||Deadline for submissions of full papers|
|December 30, 2018||Reviews due|
|February 28, 2019||Deadline for re-submission of revised papers|