The 7th UK Many-Core Developer Conference
Edinburgh, Tuesday 10th May 2016.
The UK Many-Core Computing Conference is an informal day of talks spanning the whole landscape of accelerated, heterogeneous and many-core computing.
The goal of the event is to develop and bring together the UK community of developers, both industrial and academic. Previous meetings have taken place at the University of Cambridge (2010 and 2014), University of Oxford (2009 and 2013), Imperial College (2011) and the University of Bristol (2012). These meetings regularly attract 100 participants and have proved to be invaluable opportunities to meet colleagues and swap stories of many-core successes and challenges.
Third announcement and extended call for abstracts:
PDESoft provides a forum for the developers and users of open source tools
solving the diverse stages of the numerical solution of Partial Differential Equations
to exchange the latest developments and discuss future ideas.
PDESoft 2016 will be held at the University of Warwick, UK. The main
conference will run from July 4 to 6, while July 7 and 8 are dedicated to
coding days, where developers can work on joint projects.
We are happy to announce that Chris Cantwell, Stéphanie Chaillat-Loseille,
Katy Huff, and Andreas Klöckner agreed to give keynote talks.
The call for abstracts has been extended until April 22nd:
Registration is free and includes lunch/refreshments.
Poster places and PhD/PDRA talk slots are available (abstract deadline: Friday 13th May).
Talks will include
- international guest speaker, Susan Stipp (leader of the NanoGeoScience Group, University of Copenhagen)
- Warwick academics: Gavin Bell, Neil Wilson and Stefan Bon
Place: B204/05, Science Concourse
Date: Friday 3rd June