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[TCPP-announce] Final-week Reminder - CFP: First NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing Education (EduPar-11), IPDPS-2011, Monday, May 16, 2011

Note: For ease of submission and review logistics, we have created an
EasyChair submission site (instead of email submission).
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First NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing
Education (EduPar-11)
 
Monday, May 16, 2011

http://tcpp.cs.gsu.edu/?q=nsf-tcpp-pdce-workshop

In conjunction with 25th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed
Processing Symposium
Anchorage (Alaska), USA

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

Parallel and Distributed Computing (PDC) now permeates most computing
activities. The pervasiveness of computing devices containing
multicore CPUs and GPUs, including home and office PCs and laptops,
is making even common users dependent on parallel processing.
Certainly, it is no longer sufficient for even basic programmers to
acquire only the traditional sequential programming skills. The
preceding trends point to the need for imparting a broad-based skill
set in PDC technology at various levels in the educational fabric
woven by Computer Science (CS) and Computer Engineering (CE) programs
as well as related computational disciplines.  However, the rapid
changes in computing hardware platforms and devices, languages,
supporting programming environments, and research advances, more than
ever challenge educators in knowing what to include in the curriculum
and what to teach in any given semester or course.

The 1st workshop invites proposals from individuals or teams from
academia, industry, and other educational and research institutes for
1/2 to 1 hour presentations on topics pertaining to the teaching of
PDC topics in the Computer Science and Engineering curriculum. The
emphasis of the first workshop is on undergraduate education.  This
effort is in coordination with NSF/TCPP curriculum initiative for CS/
CE undergraduates (http://www.cs.gsu.edu/~tcpp/curriculum/index.php).

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

1. Pedagogical issues in PDC
2. Novel ways of teaching PDC topics
3. Models for incorporating PDC topics in core CS/CE curriculum
4. Experience with incorporating PDC topics into core CS/CE courses

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

Please submit a one to two page extended abstract of the proposed
presentation in pdf to EasyChair submission site at https://
www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=edupar11. Please include
the expected duration of the presentation (1/2 hour or 1 hour). There
is no plan to include papers in the IPDPS proceedings. Instead, a
copy of each accepted extended abstract and presentation will be
posted at the workshop website (http://tcpp.cs.gsu.edu/?q=
nsf-tcpp-pdce-workshop). Questions may be addressed to the workshop
chair (sprasad at gsu dot edu).

IMPORTANT DATES:

Abstract due: Jan 31, 2011
Notification of acceptance: Feb 15, 2011
Final Version of Extended Abstract due: March 15, 2011
Presentation slides due: April 15, 2011

ORGANIZATION:

Workshop Chair:

Sushil K. Prasad, Georgia State University

Program Committee:

Chtchelkanova, Almadena, NSF
Das, Sajal, University of Texas at Arlington, NSF
Das, Chita, Penn State University
Dehne, Frank, Carleton University, Canada,
Gouda, Mohamed, University of Texas, Austin, NSF
Gupta, Anshul, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Jaja, Joseph, University of Maryland
Kant, Krishna, NSF, Intel
La Salle, Anita, NSF
LeBlanc, Richard, Seattle University
Lumsdaine, Andrew, Indiana University
Padua, David, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Parashar, Manish, Rutgers, NSF
Prasad, Sushil, Georgia State University
Prasanna, Viktor, University of Southern California
Robert, Yves, INRIA, France
Rosenberg, Arnold, Colorado State University
Sahni, Sartaj, University of Florida
Shirazi, Behrooz, Washington State University
Sussman, Alan, University of Maryland
Weems, Charles, University of Massachusetts
Wu, Jie, Temple University
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