Multicore NZ

February 2, 2012

Multicore World 2012 – Speakers List – 27-28 March – Wellington Town Hall, New Zealand

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Speakers list

These are the confirmed distinguished guest speakers for Multicore World 2012. Join them! Call for Papers is open till February 20, 2012

Find complete information about the CFP at

1- James Reinders (Director, Chief Software Evangelist. Intel, USA) –

“Parallel Programming for C and C++ done right”

2- Dr. Tim Cornwell (Senior Software Scientist, Astronomy and Space Science, Project Lead for ASKAP. CSIRO, Australia).

“Data processing algorithms: Legacy code will die”

3- Dr. Tim Mattson (Senior Research Scientist, Khronos OpenCL Group. Intel Labs, USA) –

“The future of manycore processors: It’s all about the software”

4- Stephan Friedl (Systems Architect. Cisco, USA) –

“DC Architecture Considerations for Multicore Servers”

5- Dr. Mark Moir (Consulting Member of Technical Staff. Oracle Labs, USA)-

“Concurrency and synchronization in an increasingly multicore world”

6- Lenz Gschwendtner (Technical Leader. Open Parallel, NZ) –

“What Multicore can do for your business, today”

7- Phil McCaw (Chairman. Angel Investors Association; Managing Partner, Movac. NZ) –

“Investing in Multicore”

8- Dr. Martin McKendry (ex-SVP. Openwave, Avaya, Siebel, USA) –

“Multicore, technology trends and change in IT departments”

9- Jorge Kaplan (Managing Director, Nufami Inc. USA)

“A Family Office investing in Multicore”

10- Chris Jones (CEO. Mobilis, NZ) –

“Selling Multicore software”

11- Her Worship The Mayor of Wellington, Celia Wade-Brown (NZ) –

Opening Address. “Wellington, the Digital Capital”

12- Steve Teixeira (Director, Parallel Computing Platform. Microsoft, USA)

“C++AMP – Accelerated Massive Parallelism”



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