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We plan to submit a workshop proposal for PPoPP2018 in Vienna, which will take place end of February 2018. We should know if the workshop gets accepted till end of September. For all of you interested to present their work at the workshop you may already get ready :-).

Here you can find information about WPMVP 2016:

Hope to see you next year in Vienna,


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Thanks to all contributors and participants for this years successful workshop!

You may find the slides of all talks for download here:

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Thanks to everybody who already submitted a paper to WPMVP 20016. I will keep the submission open till end of Monday. Last minute submitters, keep fighting ;-), we are waiting for you.

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The websites are now up and running:


We have a split personality this year :-).
Paper submission deadline is roughly one month from now.

I am happy to inform you that the WPMVP workshop again was accepted for PPoPP 2016 taking place from March 12-16 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. I am confident we will  again have an interesting workshop with informative talks and lively discussions.

The final dates for paper submission are not yet fixed  but you can already start to write your papers :-).

I will post again as soon as the new website for WPMVP 2016 is up and running.

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The workshop is this Sunday; Hopefully I'll meet most of you here :)
The final schedule is posted on the workshop site:

Hi All,
It turns out that we will have a full day workshop this year. I am currently working on the schedule and I hope to make it public soon. If you didn't register yet I would say to go ahead and do it know.

Some of the talks  :
- Openmp SIMD -  keynote
- Template Meta-Programming for Composable SIMD Abstractions
- BOOST.SIMD for signal and image processing: application to motion detection
- ISPC compiler status
- Kahan sum with various SIMD instruction sets
- SIMD in JavaScript via C++ and Emscripten
- VP3: A Vectorization Potential Performance Prototype
- Bridging endian-dependent SIMD vector representation with compiler optimization
- ISPC for IBM Power

Best Regards,
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