12th International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Algorithms and Applications

To be held in conjunction with CANDAR'20.

Bridging Theory and Practice in Parallel and Distributed Computing

The main goal of this workshop is to provide a timely forum for the exchange and dissemination of new ideas, techniques and research in the field of parallel and distributed algorithms and applications. The workshop is meant to bridge research of theory and practice in all aspects of parallel and distributed computing. We are convinced that the workshop atmosphere will be conducive to open and mutually beneficial exchanges of ideas between the participants of these areas.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to

Theory and Algorithms

Parallel and distributed algorithms, Parallel and distributed computing models, Hardware algorithms, Graph-theoretic concepts in parallel and distributed computing, Geometric and graph algorithms, Complexity theory in parallel and distributed computing, Network routing and communication algorithms, Combinatorial algorithms, Randomized and ApproximationTechniques, Cellular Automata

Parallel and Distributed Computing

DNA Computing, Membrane Computing, Quantum Computing, Internet Computing, Wireless networks and mobile computing, Internet computing, Reconfigurable Computing, Internet Computing, Optical Computing, Natural Computing, Biologically inspired computing, Unconventional Computing

Practical Aspects and Applications

Parallel computing systems, Supercomputing, Cluster computing, Grid Computing, Parallel/distributed architectures, P-to-P networks, Performance analysis and simulation, MPI, OpenMP, Programmable logic arrays, Reconfigurable Architectures, Image Processing, Complex systems, Artificial life.

Paper format

  • Regular paper: 5-7 pages
  • Poster paper: 3-4 pages


Workshop co-chair

  • Sayaka Kamei (Hiroshima University)
  • Fukuhito Ooshita (NAIST)

Program Committee

  • Stéphane Devismes, VERIMAG UMR 5104
  • Noriyuki Fujimoto, Osaka Prefecture University
  • Akihiro Fujiwara, Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Yan Gu, University of California, Riverside
  • Teijiro Isokawa, University of Hyogo
  • Yasuaki Ito, Hiroshima University
  • Chuzo Iwamoto, Hiroshima University
  • Genaro Juarez, Martinez University of the West of England
  • Hirotsugu Kakugawa, Ryukoku University
  • Yonghwan Kim, Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • Teruaki Kitasuka, Hiroshima University
  • Anissa Lamani, EISTI
  • Luca Manzoni, Dipartimento di Matematica e Geoscienze, Università degli Studi di Trieste
  • Bruno Martin, Univ. Nice-Sophia Antipolis
  • Susumu Matsumae, Saga University
  • Takayuki Nagoya, Department of Information Systems, Tottori University of Environmental Studies
  • Junya Nakamura, Toyohashi University of Technology
  • Victor Poupet, Université Montpellier 2
  • Stephane Rovedakis, Laboratoire CEDRIC
  • Masahiro Shibata, Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Yuichi Sudo, Osaka University
  • Yasuhiro Suzuki, Nagoya University
  • Yasuhiko Takenaga, The University of Electro-Communications
  • Jerry Trahan, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
  • Giovanni Viglietta, JAIST
  • Shinichi Yamagiwa, University of Tsukuba