Editor-in-Chief: Phillip B. Gibbons, Intel Labs,
Current and Past Issues
Parallel computing is no longer a niche research field but an essential
ingredient in all aspects of computer science. ACM Transactions on
Parallel Computing (TOPC) is a forum for novel and innovative work on all
aspects of parallel computing, including foundational and theoretical
aspects, systems, languages, architectures, tools, and applications. It
will address all classes of parallel-processing platforms including
concurrent, multithreaded, multicore, accelerated, multiprocessor,
clusters, and supercomputers.
TOPC will span the range from foundational research in parallel computing
to principles extracted from experimental investigations. Submissions
should describe novel solutions to important challenges in exploiting
parallelism. Solutions should be generic enough to be used beyond the
specific application area in which the problem arose. Papers describing
experiences should indicate how they illustrate general principles; papers
about parallel computing foundations should indicate how they relate to
- Parallel Programming Languages and Models
- Parallel System Software
- Parallel Architectures
- Parallel Algorithms and Theory
- Parallel Applications
- Tools for Parallel Computing
- Kunal Agrawal, Washington Univ., St. Louis, USA
- David Bader, Georgia Tech, USA
- Guy E. Blelloch, Carnegie Mellon Univ., USA
- Aydın Buluç, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA
- Luis Ceze, U. Washington, USA
- Manuel Chakravarty, U. New South Wales, Australia
- Andrew A. Chien, U. Chicago & ANL, USA
- Alexandra Fedorova, Simon Frasier Univ., Canada
- Antonio Gonzalez, U. Polit. de Catalunya, Spain
- R. Govindarajan, Indian Inst. Science, Bangalore, India
- Mark Hill, U. Wisconsin, Madison, USA
- Charles E. Leiserson, MIT, USA
- John Mellor-Crummey, Rice Univ., USA
- Keshav Pingali, U. Texas Austin, USA
- Vijaya Ramachandran, U. Texas Austin, USA
- Peter Sanders, Karlsruhe Inst. Tech., Germany
- Sivan Toledo, Tel-Aviv Univ., Israel
- Katherine Yelick, U. California Berkeley & LBNL, USA
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