[hpc-announce] ICPP 2019 Call for Workshop Proposals
fsilla at upv.es
Thu Oct 25 11:08:00 CDT 2018
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ICPP 2019 Call for Workshop proposals
Parallel and distributed computing is a central topic in science,
engineering and society. ICPP, the International Conference on Parallel
Processing, provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia,
industry and government to exchange ideas and present results of
on-going research in most state-of-the-art in all aspects of parallel
and distributed computing.
The Workshops Committee of ICPP 2019 welcomes proposals for half or full
day workshops affiliated with the conference, on topics of interest to
ICPP 2019 attendees. The purpose of these workshops is to create new
opportunities for presenting novel ideas in particular topics of
interest, creating an specialized forum that may open new opportunities
of collaboration and discussion.
The 48th ICPP will be held in Kyoto, Japan during August 5-8, 2019.
Workshops will be held on Monday August 5th.
Workshop proposal submissions: December 9, 2018
Workshop proposal notifications: December 14, 2018
Workshop proposal guidelines:
The proposals should include the following information:
1. Title/Acronym for the workshop.
2. Short biography of the Workshop organizers (5-10 lines).
3. Abstract on the workshop theme.
4. Discussion of the topic's relevance and workshop goals.
5. A description of the target audience.
6. Expected length (half-day or full-day).
7. Publicity plan for attracting submissions.
8. If applicable, details on previous instantiations of the workshop.
All workshop proposals will be evaluated by the ICPP Workshops
Committee. The decision will be made based on the overall quality of the
proposal and its match with the topics of interest to ICPP 2019. It is
highly recommended that workshop proposals with similar scopes only
submit a joint proposal.
Workshop Proposal Submission:
Workshop proposals (in pdf format) should be sent by email to the
workshops chairs Toshio Endo (endo at is.titech.ac.jp) and Federico Silla
(fsilla at upv.es).
Please do not hesitate to contact the workshop chairs for any inquiry.
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