The workshop will focus on integrating parallelism in both hardware and software into the undergraduate and graduate computing curriculum, and the affect of industrial trends on the undergraduate curriculum in computer science and engineering. The workshop will feature a series of talks on the ideas, experiences, needs and best practices of the academic and industrial communities. Topics of particular interest include (1) what aspects of parallelism are relevant to the undergraduate and graduate curriculum; (2) effective ways of integrating parallelism into the undergraduate and graduate computing curriculum; and (3) the educational needs, met and unmet, of the industrial community.
To this end the workshop will involve researchers and practitioners from industry and universities.
The workshop as planned will feature a keynote, talks, panels, and a moderated discussion on topics of parallelism in the undergraduate computing curriculum, and the affect of industrial trends on the computing curriculum.
This workshop is supported by an NSF CPATH grant, and funding is available to cover workshop registration and travel grants for speakers. Speakers should notify the conference organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2010 if they would like to present, and should provide a short bio and abstract of their intended talk. Selected presenters are requested to submit a one or two page position paper by January 15.
|2:40 PM - 5:00 PM
||Discussion, with coffee at 3:00 PM.