International Workshop on Javatm for Parallel and Distributed Computing

Held in conjunction with  the
International Parallel 
Distributed Processing Symposium 

(IPDPS 2000)
(May 1-5, 2000, Cancun, Mexico) 

Monday, May 1, 2000

Preliminary Program

9H00Beginning of workshop
9H00 Welcome, Opening Remarks and Overview of the Workshop
Serge Chaumette
9H30 Session 1: Transparent Integration of Technological Advances

An IP Next Generation Compliant Java Virtual Machine
Guillaume Chelius and Eric Fleury

Implementing Java consistency using a generic, multithreaded DSM runtime system
Gabriel Antoniu, Luc Bougé, Philip Hatcher, Mark MacBeth, Keith McGuigan and Raymond Namyst
11H00 Session 2: Performance issues

Performance issues for Multi-language Java applications
Paul Murray, Todd Smith, Suresh Srinivas and Matthias Jacob

An Approach to Asynchronous Object-Oriented Parallel and Distributed Computing on Wide-Area Systems
Michele Di Santo, Franco Frattolillo, Wilma Russo and Eugenio Zimeo
14H00 Session 3: Portability and Standards

MPJ: A Proposed Java Message-Passing API and Environment for High Performance Computing
Mark Baker and Bryan Carpenter
15H00 Special Session

To be defined

To be defined Group
16H00Open discussions
17H00End of workshop