Innovative Parallel Computing: Foundations & Applications of GPU, Manycore, and Heterogeneous Systems, InPar 2012
InPar 2012 is co-located with NVidia’s GPU Technology Conference.
This new conference provides a first-tier
academic venue for peer-reviewed publications in the emerging fields of parallel computing,
encompassing the topics of GPU computing, manycore computing, and heterogeneous computing.
InPar has dual focus on “Foundations” — the fundamental advances in parallel computing itself and
“Applications” — case studies and lessons learned from the application of commodity parallel computing
in domains across science and engineering. The goal of InPar is to bring together researchers in the
myriad fields being revolutionized by GPUs to share experiences, discover commonalities, and both
inform and learn from the computer scientists working on the foundations of parallel computing.
InPar encourages papers involving current GPU/manycore architectures, new or emerging
commodity parallel architectures (such as Intel “MIC” products), and hybrid or heterogeneous systems.