Papers should describe one or more patterns, outline a pattern language, analyze previously published patterns, describe case studies of using patterns to develop parallel software, or present experience mining patterns from significant parallel code implementations. Submissions are due February 15, but if authors submit earlier, then they will receive feedback and can resubmit. Papers should be less than 15 pages. The only exceptions will be papers on pattern languages, in which case authors will need to select a subsection small enough to review in a writers' workshop.
The ParaPLoP workshop will be held on March 30 - April 1 in Carefree, AZ. Similar to PLoP, ParaPLoP will be organized as a set of writer's workshops.