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CPA 2016 - programme schedule / second call for participants
| Communicating Process Architectures (CPA) 2016 |
| The 38th. WoTUG Conference on Concurrent and Parallel Systems |
| Sunday (evening) 21st. - Tuesday (afternoon) 23rd. August 2016 |
| http://www.wotug.org/cpa2016/ <http://www.wotug.org/cpa2016/> |
| Host institute: Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen |
This is the second *Call for Participants* for CPA 2016. 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 programme schedule is now posted at:
Titles and abstracts for all presentations (keynotes, accepted papers,
workshops and fringe talks) are on the above page.
* We are pleased to announce Markus Jochum, Professor for Physical
Oceanography at the Niels Bohr Institute, as Keynote speaker at
CPA 2016. His talk is titled:
Computational Challenges for Climate Modelling
The abstract for his talk is on the programme page (see above).
Markus completed his PhD in physical oceanography in 2002 at MIT.
He then worked for 8 years as ocean model developer at the National
Center for Atmospheric Research, USA. He was appointed to his
present Chair in 2012.
* Registration is open for CPA 2016:
The registration fee has been set at Euro 250 (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.
Accommodation is not provided from the registration fee. Information on
a range of nearby hotels is given on the registration page.
* The registration page also gives details of student bursaries, sponsored
by WoTUG. Bursaries provide a discount of between Euro 150 and Euro 100,
depending on demand, and are still available.
* As is usual for the Fringe, CPA 2016 remains open for further proposals
for short informal presentations (for the Sunday night opening session):
Thank you for reading this Call. Please forward to colleagues who might
like to know about CPA 2016. Please email <cpa2016@xxxxxxxxx> (or us -
see below) if you need any further information.
Professor, Head of HPC, UCPH
Emeritus Professor of Parallel Computing, University of Kent