I would like to draw your attention to a workshop that might be of
interest to at least some of you:
The point of the workshop is to provide a forum to discuss tools,
abstractions, and languages for high-performance computation on
arrays. Much of what PyOpenCL and PyCUDA provide is fast computation on
arrays along with code generation, and so I'm convinced that more than
one of you is working on tools and abstractions to make these types of
computations easier. I think it'd be fun to share and discuss what we
all have come up with.
I attended last year's edition in Edinburgh as somewhat of an outsider,
and I had a lot of fun.
(Full Disclosure: I'm on the program committee this year, so I'm not
Looking forward to seeing many of you in Portland!