2013 I2PC Summer School on Multicore Java Programming
We hope you’ll consider joining us at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for our July 8th – 12th Summer School. We’re excited about this year’s Summer School, which will offer a deep dive into Java parallel programming and the Eclipse platform. We have an excellent instructor (Professor Daniel Dig, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) lined up, using a curriculum he has refined and tested both in prior summer schools and in industry courses. The courses have received very high reviews from participants, and we’re confident our Multicore Summer School will be useful to those wanting to apply parallel programming techniques to Java code.
The 2013 I2PC Summer School is free to attend. This year, in order to better accommodate a wider variety of participants, we will be offering free registration and attendance at the summer school. However, all lodging, meals, and travel expenses are the responsibility of the attendee.
Enrollment is limited to the first 60 registrants. In past years, the summer school has filled very quickly. Those wishing to participate are encouraged to register as soon as they have decided. Registration closes when the 60 participant limit has been reached.
Please see the 2013 I2PC Summer School on Multicore Java Programming website (http://i2pc.cs.illinois.edu/summer.html) for a tentative course schedule, prerequisites for participation in the school, information about lodging, meals, and travel to the University of Illinois, and to register online!
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our I2PC Summer School Team (firstname.lastname@example.org). Also, feel free to pass this along to others who may be interested in this opportunity!
The I2PC Summer School Team