The mini has the following description:
Combinatorial algorithms and tools are used in enabling parallel scientific computing applications. The general approach is to identify performance issues in an application and design, analyze, implement combinatorial algorithms to tackle the identified issues. The proposed minisymposium gathers 12 talks, covering applications in bioinformatics, solvers of linear systems, and data analysis; and graph algorithms for those applications. The objective is to summarize the latest combinatorial algorithmic developments and the needs of the applications. The goal is to cross-fertilize the both domains: the applications will raise new challenges to the combinatorial algorithms, and the combinatorial algorithms will address some of the existing problems of the applications.
The twelve excellent talks are spread out two days: Tuesday April 12, 2016 : The first part at 1:10 PM – 2:50 PM, and the second part at 3:20 PM – 5:00PM; Wednesday April 13, 2016; The third part at 10:35 AM – 12:15 PM.
See you there!