[hpc-announce] Call for Poster and Demo: IEEE HPCC 2016 (High Performance Computing and Communications)

Andrew Clashe andrew.clashe at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 07:06:34 CDT 2016

Call for Poster and Demo:

The 18th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and
Communications (HPCC 2016), 12-14 Dec. 2016, Sydney, Australia.

Website: http://www.swinflow.org/confs/2016/hpcc/poster.htm

Key dates:
Deadline for proceedings published posters/demos: 28 September
2016 (11:59pm HST)
Notification of Acceptance: 3 October 2016
Final versions of proceeding published posters/demos: 15 October 2016

Please email your posters/demos to confs.aus at gmail.com with the email
subject as "HPCC 2016 poster demo submission".

Two types of posters and demos:
1. Proceedings published posters and demos: Submission is a 2-page
short paper describing the post/demo content, research, relevance and
importance to High Performance Computing and Communications or related
topics. If accepted, the 2-page short paper will be published in the main
conference proceedings together with regular research papers. Each accepted
poster or demo must register to the main conference with full registration.

2. Web published posters and demos: Submission is a 1-page extended
abstract. Such posters/demos will not be included in the conference
proceedings, but will be published on the conference website.

Both types of posters/demos will be displayed during the conference.


Participants are invited to submit posters and research demos to HPCC 2016.
HPCC 2016 (High Performance Computing and Communications) is created to
provide a prime international forum for both researchers, industry
practitioners and environment experts to exchange the latest fundamental
advances in the state of the art and practice of High Performance Computing
and Communications as well as joint-venture and synergic research and
development across various related areas. Topics of interest for posters
and demos include, but not limited to:

Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

1. Parallel and distributed system architectures
2. Languages and compilers for high performance computing
3. Parallel and distributed software technologies
4. Parallel and distributed algorithms
5. Embedded systems
6. Peer-to-peer computing
7. Grid and cluster computing
8. Web services and Internet computing
9. Cloud computing, Utility computing

10. Big Data, Data Science, Data Analytics, Business Analytics on HPC
11. Performance evaluation and measurement
12. Tools and environments for software development

13. Distributed systems and applications
14. High-performance scientific and engineering computing
15. Database applications and data mining
16. Biological/molecular computing
17. Collaborative and cooperative environments
18. Mobile computing and wireless communications
19. Computer Networks
20. Telecommunications
21. Pervasive/ubiquitous computing and intelligence
22. Autonomic, reliability and fault-tolerance
23. Trust, security and privacy


Vinh Tung Le, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Rajiv Ranjan, Newcastle University, UK
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