Join us at EuroMPI in Edinburgh in September!

13 June 2016

EuroMPI will run from 25-28 September in Edinburgh, UK.

Now in its 23rd year, EuroMPI is the leading conference for users and developers of MPI. Join us in the beautiful city of Edinburgh for 4 days of networking, discussion and skills building. The theme of this year’s conference is “Modern Challenges to MPI’s dominance in HPC”.

Through the presentation of contributed papers, posters and invited talks, attendees will have the opportunity to share ideas and experiences and to contribute to the improvement and furthering of message-passing and related parallel programming paradigms.

A panel will discuss the challenges facing MPI, what the HPC community needs from MPI to adapt for the future, and if MPI will survive as we proceed to Exascale and beyond.

In addition to the conference’s main technical program, one-day and half-day tutorials will be held.

Women in HPC partnership 

We are delighted to announce that EuroMPI 2016 will be the first conference to work in partnership with Women in HPC (WHPC).

EuroMPI 2016 is committed to helping broaden diversity in the HPC community and beyond. This commitment to diversity and in particular to addressing the under- representation of women comes from a recognition that diversity fosters innovation and is a benefit to society. Our partnership with WHPC will help us ensure that the conference is accessible and welcoming to all and will encourage us to challenge the status quo. 

For more information on the partnership with WHPC, see www.eurompi2016.ed.ac.uk/diversity

Keynotes 

EuroMPI 2016 will host an exciting programme of keynotes from across the MPI community discussing the pros and cons of using MPI and the challenges we face.

The speakers for this year’s conference include:

Registration

Register online.

Register by 22 July 2016 for an early-bird discount.

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Contact

Tracy Peet
+44 (0) 131 650 5362
t.peet@epcc.ed.ac.uk

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