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ComplexHPC Meeting, October 19-20 2009, Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa, Portugal

Complex HPC

The goal of Complex HPC is to establish a European research network focused on high performance heterogeneous computing in order to address the whole range of challenges posed by the platforms we are facing nowadays including models, algorithms, programming tools and applications.

Lisbon meeting

The meeting in Lisbon will gather students and researchers of the different related fields of this action (e.g. multi core computing, cluster computing, grid or cloud computing, applications, numerical analysis, communication or computation libraries, mapping and scheduling, heterogeneous computing, GPU computing, etc.)

The goal is to identify, among participants, possible synergies and collaborations between research groups in Europe. To do so, every participant is welcome to make a presentation of its own research interests.

Fees and reimbursement

The meeting is free. However, due to limited space the maximum number of participants is set to 70.

Moreover, the Action is able to reimburse some of the participants. Every registrant will receive a notification on that matter.


The meeting will take place at the Instituto Superior Tecnico, in the Alameda Campus.

IST Congress Center
Av. Rovisco Pais, 1
1049 - 001 Lisboa

Tel: (351) 21841 80 69
Fax: (351) 21841 80 70

Further information is available from:


Here is a list of hotels you can book:

They are in the center of Lisbon, close to the location of the meeting. If you choose one of these hotels, you get a discount between 5% and 10% if you identify the event to be related with INESC-ID.


The meeting starts early on the Monday 19th, hence expect to be in Lisbon on the evening of Sunday 18th.

Image: Lisbon Meeting Schedule

To view the sessions in full, please click on the image.

Image: Lisbon Meeting Sessions

A PDF version detailing abstracts and schedule details is also available:

Further Information

In case of question ask the management committee member of your country (see the list here) or Emmanuel Jeannot (emmanuel dot jeannot at inria dot fr).

Please note that registration for this event is now closed (deadline September 15)