The final REPHRASE workshop is underway at HiPEAC 2018! Come and join us for a fantastic day of papers and talks.
HLPGPU: High-level Programming for Heterogeneous and Hierarchical Parallel Systems
Organizers: Adam Barwell (University of St Andrews), Christopher Brown (University of St Andrews), Jose Daniel Garcia (University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M)), Kevin Hammond (University of St Andrews)
Event: 2018 Manchester Conference (Jan. 23, 2018)
HLPGPU aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to present new results and ongoing work on those aspects of high-level programming relevant, or specific, to GPGPUs and new architectures.
Come along and see our stand at HiPEAC in Manchester today and tomorrow. Try out the paraformance tool and book yourself in for a free trial and demo.
The shortlist of academic entrepreneurs in the 2017 Converge Challenge competition include representative from 12 of Scotland's 19 universities and research institutes, with a further increase in the number of female finalists.
The full list of finalists are:
Converge Challenge - Holly Butler, ClinSpecDx, University of Strathclyde; Dave Hughes, Novosound, University of the West of Scotland; Douglas Martin, MiAlgae, University of Edinburgh; Des Gibson, SpectralSense, University of the West of Scotland; Deborah Wake, MyWayDigitalHealth, University of Dundee; Phil McFarlane, Scoop Analytics, University of Glasgow; Corien Staels, Staels Design, University of Glasgow; Andrew Herbert, Invizius, University of Edinburgh; Christopher Brown, ParaFormance, University of St Andrews; and Rotimi Alabi, RAB-Microfluids, University of Aberdeen.
Read more here
ParaFormance is now available on the Visual Studio market place!
For more information, visit:
Chris Brown and Kevin Hammond at The University of St Andrews made it to the top 10 of the prestigious Converge Challenge competition for budding business entrepreneurs! Their business plan for ParaFormance (www.paraformance.com) was picked out of over 200+ submissions from startups and entrepreneurs in Scotland.
M. Aldinucci, Partitioned Global Address Space in the mainstream of C++ programming, Keynote talk at ParCo 2017, Bologna, Italy
Marco Aldinucci of the University of Torino is to give the Keynote talk at a EuroPar workshop 2017, entitled Auto-Dasp. More details can be found at http://calvados.di.unipi.it/auto-dasp-17/index.php/program/
Marco Aldinucci from the University of Torino was an invited panelist at HPCS 2017, July 2017 in Genova Italy. More details can be found at http://hpcs2017.cisedu.info/4-program/hpcs2017-panels
The Rephrase project showcases its ParaFormance technology in the latest HiPEAC magazine. For more information about ParaFormance visit www.paraformance.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evgueni Kolossov, of PRQA, UK, gave an interview at the latest Embeded World Trade Fair in Nuremberg, Germany, in March 2017.
The intervew is published, and available here: