Important Dates:

<2003-May-26> Hotel and Early Registration Deadline

<2003-Jun-26> Opening of the WOMPAT 2003 Workshop.

Preliminary Program.

The Online Version of the LNCS Proceedings.

Both the W.H.O and CDC have only issued travel ALERTS (not advisories) for Toronto. As of May 26, neither organization is advising against travel to Toronto. See W.H.O update here and CDC update here. From the WHO update: "At present, WHO is not recommending any restrictions on travel to Toronto."

Hotel Information is now available here.

Registration form and instructions are available in MS Word, ps and pdf formats.

Submissions are now closed. A text copy of the Call for Papers can be found here. A text copy of the Call for Participation can be found here.

About the Workshop

The OpenMP API is a widely accepted standard for high-level shared-memory parallel programming. Since its introduction in 1997, OpenMP has gained support from the majority of high-performance compiler and hardware vendors.

WOMPAT 2003 is latest in a series of OpenMP-related workshops, which have included the annual offerings of WOMPAT, EWOMP and WOMPEI. Additional information about these previous workshops can be found through the cOMPunity web site.

The Workshop on OpenMP Applications and Tools (WOMPAT 2003) will serve as a forum for users and developers of OpenMP to meet, share ideas and experiences, and to discuss the latest developments in OpenMP and its applications. WOMPAT 2003 is co-sponsored by the OpenMP Architecture Review Board (ARB), cOMPunity (a community of researchers and developers in academia and industry), Intel Corporation, and the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto.

Location

WOMPAT 2003 will be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. There are a number of events and festivals to be held during June 2003, you can find more information about events occuring around the time of WOMPAT at the Tourism Toronto web site.