To increase public knowledge of HPF, a workshop and a tutorial with a hands-on session will be held in Vienna during the first week of July. The workshop is organised by the VCPC as part of the ESPRIT project HPC-Standards.
Participants may register for one or more of the above events using the registration form. For further information, please contact email@example.com
The workshop will be held at the Austrotel hotel, Vienna. A number of rooms have been reserved there at a special rate for participants. Please refer to the VCPC on your reservation in order to qualify.
Book rooms directly at:
Austrotel, Felberstr. 4, A-1150 Vienna, Austria. Tel: +43-1-981110, Fax: +43-1-98111930.
|Day One||HPF in Practice, Charles Koelbel, Rice University.|| This tutorial will introduce programmers to the most important
features of HPF and illustrate how they can be used in practice for
scientific computation. Further details can be found at
|Day Two||HPF Tutorial, NA Software.|| Attendees will have hands on access to the
NA Software HPF mapper
and tools on
the Meiko CS-2 at VCPC.
Please note that there are a limited number of
places for the `hands-on' sessions. |
This workshop gives an overvie its recent activities, and provides up-to-date information on HPF compilers. Major compiler vendors will describe their efforts and share their views on HPF. Contributions from end users include descriptions of completed and on-going code development efforts. One of the aims of this event is to enable compiler writers, potential and actual users of High Performance Fortran to come together to discuss their problems and needs. Compiler writers need guidance from users in order to understand how best to improve their products; application developers need to find out how to write their codes in ways that help the compiler generate fast object code. Thus we include both kinds of presentation and leave time for discussion in the program.