Jornadas de Paralelismo 2016. Salamanca, September 2016
The Parallelism Conference are defined as a scientific-technical congress nationwide held annually since 1990. The basic objective character of the conference is to bring together the maximum number of researchers from different universities and national research, with the to exchange experiences, present and discuss research results, promote coordination between groups and share their ideas on trends related to parallelism, architecture and computer networks in general.
In the context of JP20016, Carlos Rangel, member of HPC4EAS, has presented the research paper:
- Methodology for the efficient execution of applications on multi-core HPC environments. Carlos Rangel, Alvaro Wong, Dolores Rexachs and Emilio Luque.