DPMC 2006 Programme

Sunday 15 January 2006

Time Speaker Topic
8:30-8:40 Neal Glew Welcome
Slides for the day including a summary of some of the learnings and themes of the day at the end.
8:40-9:40 Douglas Carmean Keynote: The Evolution of Computing Architectures
(Slides not available.)
9:40-9:55 Break
9:55-10:20 Jan-Willem Maessen pH: Lessons Learned
10:20-10:45 Guy Blelloch Nesl
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-11:25 Gopal Gupta The Next Generation of Logic Programming Systems
11:25-11:50 Vitor Santos Costa A Look Back and a Look Forward at Parallel Logic Programming
11:50-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Arvind
Guy Blelloch
Gopal Gupta
Simon Peyton Jones
Panel: Lessons from the Past and What it Means for Multicores
2:00-2:20 Break
2:20-2:45 Rob Ennals Now you C it. Now you don't.
2:45-3:10 Kevin Hammond Hume and Multicore Architectures (ppt)
3:10-3:35 Manuel Hermenegildo Automatic Parallelization and Granularity Control of Logic and Constraint Programs
3:35-3:55 Break
3:55-4:20 Dan Grossman Design and Implementation Issues for Atomicity and Functional Languages (ppt)
4:20-4:45 Suresh Jaganathan Stabilizers: A Safe Lightweight Checkpointing Abstraction for Concurrent Programs
4:45-5:10 Manuel Chakravarty Nested Data Parallelism in Haskell
5:10-5:25 Neal Glew Wrap up

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