Workshop on Applications for Multi-Core Architectures – WAMCA 2019

Since the advent of the multi-core concept, significant advances have been made on many of the related aspects. Multi-core has become a natural element in the HPC ecosystem, and its pervasiveness within the landscape of common computing devices

has made it a standard. Therefore, hardware and software concerns related to multi- core are good targets for computer science investigations, with a high potential for a

genuine contribution. Beside the plethora of applications for which more powerful solutions are still expected, efficient implementation techniques for many-core chip processors are of keen interest. WAMCA is aiming at providing an opportunity to address all aforementioned technical challenges and more, including reports on specific case studies. This workshop is an opportunity for application designers and computer architects to discuss new techniques and emerging applications as well as their implications on current and next-generation many-core architectures. Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting technical contributions, experiments, case studies, performance measurements, and applications, considering multi-core processors and/or accelerators.

Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Organizing Committee

Program Committee (updated progressively)

Structure of the workshop (one full day)

Website of the workshop

Additional information can be found on the website of the workshop at this link (under construction).