UPMARC Summer School on Multicore Computing, June 21-24, 2010
The Uppsala Programming for Multicore Research Center (UPMARC) conducted a summer school on multicore computing, in Fagerudd, Enköping, Sweden on June 21-24, 2010.
- Partitioned Fixed-Priority Real-time Scheduling on Multi-cores, Nan Guan, Uppsala University
- Transactional Memory: Myths and Limits, Rachid Guerraoui, EPFL
- Relaxed Memory Models in 2010, Peter Sewell, University of Cambridge.
- Re-Targetable Data-Parallel Code for Multicore Processors, GPUs and FPGAs, Satnam Singh, Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK
- Real-Time Computing on Multicore Platforms, James H. Anderson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Alias Control Mechanism for Encapsulation, and Concurrent and Parallel Programming, Tobias Wrigstad, Uppsala University
- Memory Consistency Models and Amdahl's Law in the Multicore Era, Mark D. Hill, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The objective of the school is to offer foundational tutorials accompanied by a selection of exiting new emerging technologies and industrial applications in the areas covered by UPMARC, all given by leading scientific and industrial experts of the community. The areas covered in UPMARC include
- computer architecture
- computer networks
- parallel scientific computing
- programming language technology
- real-time and embedded systems
- algorithmic program verification
- modelling of concurrent computations
Parosh Abdulla and Roland Grönroos. Please contact Roland Grönroos for questions regarding registration, local arrangements, travelling, etc.