Ahead of the Minisymposium “MS18 – Bringing Scientific Applications Written in Fortran to the Exascale Era: How Software Engineering Can Help to Fill the Gap” that will be presented at PASC19, the organizers prepared a survey on Fortran.
Publicly available Fortran codes allow to assess the current state of usage of “Modern” Fortran features (from the 2003 standard onward). Estimating from that the reason why some features don’t get adapted (by users and compiler vendors alike) is more difficult.
With the following ~10 minute survey the organizers hope to gain some insight into the current state of knowledge and usage of Modern Fortran (2003+) by the developers behind Scientific Codes written in Fortran:
First evaluations of the survey will be presented at the first talk of the PASC19 Minisymposium “MS18 -Bringing Scientific Applications Written in Fortran to the Exascale Era: How Software Engineering Can Help to Fill the Gap”. This Minisymposium will take place on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at ETH Zurich in HG F 1, with the speakers Wadud Miah  from NAG, Hans Pabst from Intel and Arjen Markus, author of “Modern Fortran in Practice”.
 for people interested in Fortran code modernization: Wadud Miah will give a workshop at UniBasel from 26.-27. June, more information here: