Euro-Par is the prime European conference covering all aspects of parallel and distributed processing, ranging from theory to practice, from small to the largest parallel and distributed systems and infrastructures, from fundamental computational problems to full-fledged applications, from architecture, compiler, language and interface design and implementation, to tools, support infrastructures, and application performance aspects. Euro-Par’s unique organization into topics provides an excellent forum for focused technical discussion, as well as interaction with a large, broad and diverse audience.
Glasgow is situated in the Central Belt on the west coast of Scotland and it is one of Europe’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities.
It boasts world famous art collections, the best shopping in the UK outside of London, first-class sports and leisure facilities, a vast array of restaurants and bars, and the most vibrant and exciting nightlife in Scotland. The city is home to Scottish Ballet, Scottish Opera and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Lonely Planet describes Glasgow as ‘Scotland at its artsy, riotous, high-octane, good-time best’. Glasgow has been ranked among the world’s top 10 cities for 2019 and named number one for both friendliness and affordability, and in 2018, the New York Times rated Glasgow as 10th best place to visit!
Euro-Par 2022 will be hosted at the University of Glasgow, founded in 1451 it is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world.
8 February 2021 AoE (extended and final)
19 February 2021 AoE (extended and final)
25 May 2021
12 February 2021
30 April 2021
30 June 2021 (open)
The conference is organized from Lisbon as a global online event.
Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in Europe, dating back to the pre-Roman period. Lisbon was elected as the World’s Leading City Destination (World Travel Awards 2018).
Lisbon is marked by a distinctive geographical setting with multiple hills descending to the river Tagus delta, close to the Atlantic Ocean, providing for spectacular views. The districts of Lisbon faithfully reflect different expansion periods, serving as a display of the evolution of architectural characteristics over the ages. With monuments for the explorers of the golden age of Discoveries, the view from the São Jorge castle, or the narrow streets of the Alfama Moorish medieval district.
The 2021 edition of Euro-Par will be organized as a cooperation between INESC-ID, a research institute in the areas of computer science and electrical engineering and Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), the school of Engineering of Universidade de Lisboa, both located in Lisbon, Portugal.