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CPA 2018 (Dresden, 19-22 Aug 2018) - Call for Participants
| Communicating Process Architectures (CPA) 2018 |
| The 40th. WoTUG Conference on Concurrent and Parallel Systems |
| Sunday (evening) 19th. - Wednesday (afternoon) 22nd. August 2018 |
| http://wotug.cs.unlv.edu/cpa2018 E-mail: cpa2018@xxxxxxxxx |
| Host institute: Technische Universitat Dresden, Dresden, Germany |
This is the *Call for Participants* for CPA 2018.
CPA 2018 will be held at Technische Universitat Dresden and is hosted by
the Faculty of Computer Science. It starts on the evening of Sunday 19th.
August and finishes after lunch on Wednesday 22rd. August. Conference
sessions will take place at the Faculty.
CPA is concerned with concurrency at all scales. It aims to bridge the
gap between the mathematical theory of concurrency and its practical
application to the design, implementation and validation of parallel
applications for embedded, multicore and distributed computing systems.
Further information on the themes for CPA can be found in the Call for
Papers (now closed):
<<< NEW IN THIS CALL >>>
* The list of accepted papers and Keynote talk is now available from:
Abstracts for all these items are included.
<<< REMINDER >>>
* CPA 2018 remains open for further proposals for mini-workshops and
fringe presentations -- see:
* Registration is open for CPA 2018:
The registration fee has been set at EUR 400 (including VAT).
This fee covers:
- attendance at all conference, workshop and fringe sessions;
- coffee/tea breaks, lunches and evening meals, including
the conference dinner;
- one copy of the Proceedings.
Bed and breakfast accommodation is not provided from the registration
fee. Special reservation of rooms for CPA participants has been made at:
Guesthouse "Am Weberplatz" of Technische Universtaet Dresden
Please see the Registration page for details. [NOTE: only a few rooms
are still left and the CPA hold on those rooms expires on 31 July 2018,
after which any remaining rooms will be open for public reservation.]
* The registration page also gives details of student bursaries,
sponsored by WoTUG. Bursaries will provide a discount of EUR 100
from the registration fee.
* Proceedings will be published by IOS Press after the conference,
with all delegates receiving a copy. Electronic (PDF) copies of
all papers will be available to delegates at the conference.
* We are pleased to announce that Professor Christian Mayr will present
a Keynote Address at CPA 2018 with the following Title and Abstract:
"SpiNNaker-2: a 10 Million Core Processor System for Machine Learning
and Brain Simulation"
In the EU flagship HBP, TU Dresden and University of Manchester
jointly develop the SpiNNaker-2 processor platform for brain
simulation. Characteristics of the SpiNNaker-2 system are 144 ARM
cores per chip (including various numerical accelerators), for overall
10 Mio cores with 5PFLOPS CPU performance and 0.6ExaOPS deep learning
acceleration. The chips are implemented in a 22nm FDSOI technology,
running as low as 0.4V with the usage of our Adaptive Body Biasing
methodology. The SpiNNaker-2 system combines highly efficient machine
learning, bio-inspired signal processing at millisecond latency
and ultra-low energy operation. Thus, besides the main usage as a
neuroscience platform, SpiNNaker-2 opens up completely new avenues in
areas such as tactile internet, autonomous driving and industry 4.0.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Christian Mayr is Chair of Highly-Parallel
VLSI-Systems and Neuromorphic Circuits at Technische Universitat Dresden,
Thank you for reading this Call. If you have any questions about the
conference, please email us at <cpa2018@xxxxxxxxx> or contact one of us
directly (see below for the organising committee). Finally, we would be
grateful if you would forward this call to colleagues who might like to
know about CPA 2018 and may not otherwise discover it. Many thanks and
we look forward to seeing you in historic Dresden!
Professor Dr. Rainer Spallek (Host)
Chair of VLSI Design, Diagnostics and Architecture
Faculty of Computer Science, Technische Universitat Dresden, Germany
Dr.ir. Jan Broenink
Associate Professor of Embedded Control Systems,
University of Twente, The Netherlands
Dr. Kevin Chalmers
Senior Lecturer, School of Computing,
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Professor Jan BÃ¦kgaard Pedersen
School of Computer Science, University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA
Professor Brian Vinter
Head of High Performance Computing, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Professor Peter Welch
Emeritus Professor of Parallel Computing, University of Kent, UK