With support from the National Science Foundation, Associate Professor Nodari Sitchinava is hosting the Second Hawaii Workshop on Parallel Algorithms and Data Structures . The workshop takes place from Dec. 9-13.
According to the workshop announcement on AlgoPARC’s website:
“Since the mid-2000s, it became clear that parallelism is an essential tool for improving computational throughput of modern systems. Recognizing this fact, researchers in various fields of Computer Science, such as computer architectures, databases, programming languages, networking, and operating systems, have made significant advances in the infrastructure needed for parallel computing. Thus, given this foundation, there is a need for research that provides simple and efficient algorithms and data structures for exploiting this parallel computing infrastructure for faster solutions to important problems.”