Editors: Ken Naono (Hitachi Ltd.), Keita Teranishi (Cray Inc.),
John Cavazos (Univ. Delaware), and Reiji Suda (Univ. Tokyo)

published by Springer

Software automatic tuning has been become one of key technologies in high performance computing, numerical libraries, optimizing compilers, data base systems, and computation with accelerators (such as GPUs). Automatic software tuning will become a general purpose software technology applicable to all levels of the software stack.

iWAPT (international Workshop on Automatic Performance Tuning, http://www.iwapt.org/) is a series of workshops that has brought together researchers from Japan, US and Europe since 2006. Part of this monograph is intended to summarize this workshop series. We also solicit unpublished articles covering the current state of the art in automatic performance tuning, as well as submissions discussing future directions of research and development in this field.

We solicit articles in (but not limited to) the following topics of interest:

Papers should be 10 to 20 pages in length, written in Springer LNCS format.
Only PDF format is acceptable.
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed.
Submission has now been closed. Thank you for submission!

Initial submission due: December 31, 2009 January 14, 2010
Notification of acceptance: February 14, 2010
Final manuscripts due: February 28, 2010


Reiji Suda | Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science,
the University of Tokyo