Organizer: Faith Fich, University of Toronto
Distributed and parallel computation are important aspects of modern computing. However, the complex interactions that may arise make it difficult to obtain correct and efficient algorithms. This workshop will bring together prominent researchers who want to develop a deeper understanding of the fundamental computational problems in these areas and techniques to solve them. Various theoretical models of parallel and distributed computation, encompassing both shared memory and communication networks, will be considered. Topics will include relationships among these models, what problems are solvable in these models, and how efficiently certain problems can be solved in these models.
Registration will take place on the morning of Monday, June 1st, between 8:30
- 9:30 am.
The welcoming reception will take place on the evening of Monday, June 1st, at 5:30 pm.
For additional information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax: 416-348-9385
222 College Street, Second Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5T 3J1