[hpc-announce] SC18 Workshop Proposals - DEADLINE EXTENDED: *Feb 14*
Hill, Judith C.
hilljc at ornl.gov
Wed Feb 7 06:24:55 CST 2018
The SC18 conference is accepting proposals for independently planned full- or half-day workshops. The deadline for submitting a proposal is Wednesday, February 14, 2018. SC18 will be held Nov. 11-16 in Dallas, Texas.
SC18 will include about 30 full-day and half-day workshops that complement the overall Technical Program events, expand the knowledge base of its subject area, and extend its impact by providing greater depth of focus. Workshop proposals will be peer-reviewed academically with a focus on submissions that will inspire deep and interactive dialogue in topics of interest to the HPC community.
New for SC18 Workshop Submissions: Reproducibility Initiative
We believe that reproducible science is essential, and that SC should be a leader in this effort. Reproducibility has already been well adopted within the SC Papers program, with about 40% of submissions and 50% of accepted papers containing a reproducibility appendix. This year, reproducibility will be considered during the evaluation of workshop submissions. More information can be found at the SC Workshops page (https://sc18.supercomputing.org/submit/workshops-submissions/) and in the SC Workshop FAQs (https://sc18.supercomputing.org/submit/workshops-submissions/workshops-faq/).
Proposals must be submitted at: https://submissions.supercomputing.org/
More information on SC Workshops can be found at https://sc18.supercomputing.org/submit/workshops-submissions/.
The SC conference series is dedicated to promoting equality and diversity and recognizes the role that this has in ensuring the success of the conference series. We welcome submissions from all sectors of society. SC18 is committed to providing an inclusive conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation,disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion.
For more about our inclusivity initiatives at the SC18 website: https://sc18.supercomputing.org/experience/inclusivity/.
Judith C. Hill, PhD
National Center for Computational Sciences
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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