Announcements

Paper accepted for publication at HeteroPar 2014

Paper Towards the Transparent Execution of Compound OpenCL Computations in Multi-CPU/Multi-GPU Environments has been accepted for publication at the 12th International Workshop on Algorithms, Models and Tools for Parallel Computing on Heterogeneous Platforms (HeteroPar'2014) to be held in Porto, Portugal, in August 2014. 

MSc thesis "Evaluation and Optimization of a Session-based Middleware for Data Management"

Pedro Martins has publicly defended his MSc thesis entitled Evaluation and Optimization of a Session-based Middleware for Data Management being awarded a classification of 18 out of 20.

MSc thesis "Heterogeneous Computing with an Algorithmic Skeleton Framework"

Fábio Soldado has publicly defended his MSc thesis entitled Heterogeneous Computing with an Algorithmic Skeleton Framework being awarded a classification of 18 out of 20.

Project Hyrax accepted for funding by the CMU-Portugal program.

Project Hyrax: Crowd-Sourcing Mobile Devices to Develop Edge Clouds has been accepted for funding by the CMU-Portugal program.

The project is led by Fernando Silva of University of Porto, and includes the following co-PIs:

Marrow repository is now public

The git repository of the Marrow algorithmic skeleton framework is now public. More details here.

Communication accepted at DMTM

Communication Supporting Partial Data Replication in Distributed Transactional Memory has been accepted for presentation at the Joint Euro-TM/MEDIAN Workshop on Dependable Multicore and Transactional Memory Systems (DMTM) workshop to be held in Vienna, Austria, on January 22, 2014.

Paper accepted for publication at SAC 2014

Paper On the Support of Task-Parallel Algorithmic Skeletons for Multi-GPU Computing has been accepted for publication at the 29th Symposium On Applied Computing (SAC 2014) to be held in Gyeongju, South Korea, f

MSc thesis "Data-Centric Concurrency Control on the Java Programming Language"

Daniel Parreira has publicly defended his MSc thesis entitled Data-Centric Concurrency Control on the Java Programming Language, being awarded a classification of 18 out of 20.

MSc thesis "Multi-GPU Support for the Marrow Algorithmic Skeleton Framework"

Fernando Alexandre has publicly defended his MSc thesis entitled Multi-GPU Support for the Marrow Algorithmic Skeleton Framework, being awarded a classification of 19 out of 20.

MSc thesis "Partial Replication in Distributed Transactional Memory"

João André Silva has publicly defended his MSc thesis entitled Partial Replication in Distributed Transactional Memory, being awarded a classification of 19 out of 20.

MSc thesis proposals

The MSc thesis proposals for this semester can be found at the course's official site: http://estagios.di.fct.unl.pt/public/professor/tese.php