[hpc-announce] CFP: 2nd International Workshop on Reproducibility in Parallel Computing (REPPAR)

Mark Stillwell mark at stillwell.me
Tue Mar 10 03:24:34 CDT 2015

                            CALL FOR PAPERS

2nd International Workshop on Reproducibility in Parallel Computing (REPPAR)

      in conjunction with Euro-Par 2015 (August 24-28), Vienna, Austria


The workshop is focused on the design, implementation,
execution, and analysis of experiments in parallel computing
in order to improve the reproducibility of results.

Topics addressed in the workshop include:
* Experimental design of parallel computing experiments
* Experiences and best practices for conducting experiments
   (including papers that address the reproduction of other articles)
* Supporting reproducibility in experimental testbeds for parallel computing
* Tools for reproducible research
   (e.g., control of experiments, versioning, archiving)
* Analysis of experimental data
   (e.g., visualization, statistical analysis, provenance)

Paper Types
* full paper: a regular article with up to 12 pages
* short paper: ca. 4-6 pages presenting first results or
   addressing viewpoints on the reproducibility problem

Please not that only long papers (10-12 pages), which have been
positively reviewed by at least 3 referees before being presented at
the workshop, may be included in the workshop proceedings. Thus,
short papers will not be included in the workshop proceedings.

Important Dates
* Workshop papers due: 22 May 2015
* Workshop author notification: 19 June 2015
* Workshop paper (for informal workshop proceedings) due: 31 July 2015
* Workshop camera-ready papers due: 2 October 2015

Accepted articles will be published in the Euro-Par workshop proceedings
after the conference.

Submissions are handled through the EasyChair conference system.


To submit your paper, log in to the EasyChair website of the
Euro-Par workshops (Euro-Par 2015 WS) and select the track "REPPAR".

Papers should not exceed 12 pages and must comply with the Springer LNCS

* Sascha Hunold, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
* Arnaud Legrand, CNRS, LIG Grenoble, France
* Lucas Nussbaum, CNRS, LORIA, France
* Mark Stillwell, Imperial College London, UK

Program Committee
* Andrew Davison, CNRS, France
* Georg Hager, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
* Olivier Richard, LIG Grenoble, France
* Lucas M. Schnorr, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
* Jesper Larsson Träff, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Mark Stillwell 

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