Tentative Program

The pdf version of the tentative program:pdcat-program.pdf (Session time slots has been changed from the previous version)

December 7 (Mon)

Registration: 17:00-19:00 (Conference Site)

December 8 (Tue)

Registration: 12:30-18:00

Time Room Event Title
13:00-14:00 RoomA Keynote1The Role of Functional Memories in Parallel Information Processing with Localized and Distributed Systems
Break
14:20-16:00 RoomA Tutorial1 Theoretical Aspects of Autonomous Mobile Robots
RoomC Tutorial2 Queue Machines: an unknown alternative
Break
16:20-18:00 RoomA Tutorial1 Theoretical Aspects of Autonomous Mobile Robots
RoomC Tutorial3 Methodologies and Performance Impacts of General Purpose Computing on GPUs

December 9 (Wed)

  • Registration: 8:30-17:30 (Gakushi Kaikan, Conference Site)
  • Registration: 18:00-18:30 (Hakuwa Hotel, Banquet Site)

^ Time ^ Room ^ Event ^ Title ^

9:00-9:15RoomA Opening
9:15-10:15RoomA Keynote2 Pains and Challenges in the Mobile Internet Evolution
Break
10:35-11:50RoomA Session1A Algorithms (1)
RoomB Session1B Storage Systems
RoomC Session1C Service Oriented Architecture, Language
Lunch
12:50-14:30RoomA Session2A Scheduling
RoomB Session2B Parallel Systems
RoomC Session2C Network Computing Peer-to-Peer
Break
14:50-16:30RoomA Session3A Interconnection Netwroks
RoomB Session3B Performance Optimization
RoomC Session3C Security Reliability
Break
16:50-18:05RoomA Session4A Algorithms (2)
RoomB Session4B Communication
RoomC Session4C Programming Environment
Break
18:30- Saijo Hakuwa HotelReception

All presentation will be of 25 minutes duration, which includes a 20-minute presentation and 5-minute question and discussion time.

December 10 (Thu)

  • Registration: 8:30-10:00, 17:00-17:30 (Gakushi Kaikan, Conference Site)
  • Registration: 18:00-18:30 (Hakuwa Hotel, Banquet Site)

^ Time ^ Room ^ Event ^ Title ^

9:00-10:00 RoomA Keynote3 Computing with Membranes: An Overview
10:15- Excursion Tour to two UNESCO world heritage sites in Hiroshima
18:30- Saijo Hakuwa Hotel Banquet

December 11 (Fri)

Registration: 8:30-12:00 (Gakushi Kaikan, Conference Site)

Time Room Events
RoomA The Second International Workshop on Sensor Networks and Ambient Intelligence(SENAMI 2009)
RoomB Workshop on Ultra Performance and Dependable Acceleration Systems (UPDAS 2009)
RoomC Second International Workshop on Reliability, Availability, and Security (WRAS 2009)
RoomD International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Algorithms and Applications (PDAA 2009)
18:30- Kamoizumi Hall Farewell party

Please see individual workshops webpages for the programs.

Event details (tentative)

Reception (December 9)

Stand-up dinner party. Snacks, Light Meals, and Bevarages including soft drinks, beer, sake, wine etc. will be prepared.

Excursion (December 10)

Bus tour to UNESCO world heritage sites in Hiroshima. We first go to Miyajima (Itsukushima Shrine) and have self-guided tour for about two hours. We then go to Atomic Bomb Dome and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.

Banquet (December 10)

Buffet-style dinner party. Variety of foods including Hiroshima cuisine (Okonomiyaki, Susi, Bishu-nabe) will be prepared.

Farewell party (December 11)

Homemade-style party. All PDCAT participants and their families and partners are invited. Various oyster foods will be serverd. Note that December is the best season for tasting oysters. Sandwitches, susi, etc. will be prepared.

program.txt · Last modified: 2010/01/07 09:53 by yasuaki
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