[hpc-announce] IPDPS20 Call for workshop proposals
esaule at uncc.edu
Fri Jun 28 12:35:23 CDT 2019
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IPDPS 2020 Workshops
SEE CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR NEW WORKSHOPS – DEADLINE August 6th 2019
NOTIFICATION of DECISIONS – September 1st 2019
WORKSHOPS CHAIR and VICE-CHAIR
Erik Saule (University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA)
Jaroslaw Zola (University at Buffalo, USA)
Olivier Beaumont (Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest, France)
Sunita Chandrasekaran (University of Delaware, USA)
Ananth Kalyanaraman (Washington State University, USA)
Cynthia A. Philips (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
Sivasankaran Rajamanickam (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
Min Si (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
Alan Sussman (University of Maryland, USA)
Bora Ucar (CNRS, France)
ABOUT IPDPS WORKSHOPS
Held on the first and last day of the conference, IPDPS workshops provide an extended forum that allows the IPDPS community to fully explore special topics, and to present work that is more preliminary and cutting-edge, or that has more practical content than the more mature research presented in the main symposium. Each workshop has its own requirements and schedule for submissions. Workshop paper submission dates typically fall after the notification date for the main symposium papers. Proceedings of the workshops are distributed at the conference, and are submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library after the conference. In 2020, the papers published in the proceedings will be in three categories: regular papers, short papers, and extended abstracts.
IPDPS 2020 CALL FOR NEW WORKSHOPS
The proposal of new workshop should contain the following information:
Description: Provide a brief description of the workshop, its scope and topics; the list of organizers with the confirmed chair(s); the program committee members (indicate whether the members have been confirmed); and the important dates. A URL to the tentative main page of the workshop must be included. A workshop proposal without website containing the main information will be rejected.
Organizers: Provide a short vita of the organizers, listing the current affiliation, position, and previous experience in organizing similar events, for example workshops/conferences/panels at IPDPS or other venues. Provide contact information (name and email) of at most 3 person that IPDPS should use as points of contact.
History: If re-running the workshop (e.g., earlier editions were held at a venue other than IPDPS), provide general information by listing the name of the workshop, the hosting conference, year, number of papers submitted, number of papers accepted, number of attendees; if there were posters/panels, their numbers and topics (for panels), and URL’s of the existing web pages.
Targeted papers and audience: Provide information on targeted papers and audience: (i) Where are the submissions from (government labs, universities, industry); (ii) What is the expected profile of the participants (speakers + audience)? (iii) How will the workshop be advertised? Having a clear target audience and plan to engage that group has proven to be critical in attracting high quality submissions and organizing a successful workshop.
Format of the workshop: Provide a short overview of the format by indicating if the workshop: (i) will have peer reviewed papers in the proceedings? (ii) will be half day or full day long? (iii) will have a keynote talk? If yes, provide a tentative list of speakers; (iv) will have a panel? If yes, provide the topic and the potential panelists? (v) will have external (e.g., NSF) support for student participants.
What/where to submit:
The proposals can be submitted using the following link:
Submitted proposals may not exceed three (3) single-spaced double-column pages using 10-point size font on 8.5x11 inch pages (IEEE conference style), including figures, tables, and references.
IPDPS 2020 UPDATE FOR EXISTING IPDPS WORKSHOPS
IPDPS Workshops from the preceding year(s) should apply for renewal. For more information, please contact the workshops chair at workshops at ipdps.org. All workshops that ran in 2019 will be contacted directly with additional information. Any workshop that previously run with IPDPS but did not run with IPDPS in 2019 must apply as new.
REVIEW OF NEW WORKSHOP PROPOSALS AND WORKSHOP RENEWALS
All submitted proposals and renewal requests will be reviewed by the workshops committee. Both new workshop proposals and renewal requests are due August 6th, 2019. Notification of final decisions for new proposals and renewal requests are expected to be mailed on September 1st, 2019.
Dr Erik Saule
Assistant Professor at University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)
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