[hpc-announce] OpenMPCon 2021 - 6th OpenMP Developer Conference - Call for Submissions

Tom Deakin tom.deakin at bristol.ac.uk
Fri Mar 12 04:07:57 CST 2021


+ OpenMPCon 2021
+ 6th OpenMP Developer Conference
+ September 13-15, 2021 
+ University of Bristol, UK
+ https://www.openmpcon.org

+ Submission deadline: Monday 14 June 2021


The 6th OpenMP Developer Conference (OpenMPCon 2021) takes place on the two days before the International Workshop on OpenMP (IWOMP).  While IWOMP is aimed at researchers looking to present unpublished technical papers, OpenMPCon provides an opportunity for the wider community to present technical talks, posters, tutorials and workshops relating to their use of OpenMP.  OpenMPCon also welcomes submissions from anyone interested in leading a Birds of a Feather (BoF) session or Panel Discussion.

OpenMPCon is co-located with the 4th European OpenMP User Conference - a forum for European developers to get together and share their experiences using OpenMP. With IWOMP and OpenMPCon taking place in Europe it made perfect sense to co-locate the two events and share the same submissions process, registration, and program.

Submissions in the form of a short abstract (500-1,000 words) are invited from the OpenMP developer community on all topics related to OpenMP.  Submissions do not have to cover unpublished work but should be topical and appropriate for a technical audience.  The program committee will select submissions based on a peer-review the submitted abstract. 


+ Submission deadline:         Monday 14 June 2021
+ Acceptance Notifications:    Monday 12 July 2021
+ Presentation Materials:      At the event


+ Author Guidelines:           https://openmpcon.org/call-for-submissions/
+ Submission Link:             https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=openmpcon2021
+ Check for Updates:           https://www.openmpcon.org

Submitted papers should follow LNCS Guidelines found at: https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines

The abstracts, presentation slides and posters will be published on the OpenMPCon website.  All authors are requested to create a video recording of their presentation prior to the conference so that it to can be published on the website and also on the OpenMP ARB YouTube channel.

General Chair:  Tom Deakin, University of Bristol
Program Chair: Chris Maynard, Met Office & University of Reading
Tutorials Co-Chairs: Yun (Helen) He, NERSC and Tom Deakin, University of Bristol (Tutorials are shared with IWOMP)
Local Organiser: Tim Lewis, University of Bristol

tom.deakin at bristol.ac.uk
Senior Research Associate
Department of Computer Science
University of Bristol, UK

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