Although this workshop is an scientific workshop at which tool-developers present there tools and latest results, this workshop is also designed as a course/tutorial for all users of such tools.
Especially the hands-on sessions will show how to use the newest features of debugging and performance analysis tools in parallel programming.
Developing for current and future processors will more and more require parallel programming techniques for application and library programmers.
The Parallel Tools Workshop wants to offer the industrial and scientific user community, as well as the tools developers itself an in-depth workshop on the state-of-the-art of parallel programming tools, ranging from debugging tools, performance analysis and best practices in integrated developing environments for parallel platforms.
Participants and tools developers itself will get the chance to see the strengths of the various tools, as the main technical persons behind these tools will meet. Therefore, this workshop is focused on persons, that have participated previously, e.g. in the parallel programming workshops at HLRS, and are familiar with programming.
Additionally to high-quality presentations, the setting and organization of the workshop leaves room for technical discussions and for establishing contacts.
This workshop is organized together by ZIH and HLRS.