[hpc-announce] [Deadline Extended] IWOCL & SYCLcon 2022 - 10th International Workshop on OpenCL and SYCL

Tim Lewis tl17424 at bristol.ac.uk
Tue Mar 1 03:46:20 CST 2022

The submissions deadline for IWOCL and SYCLcon 2022 has been extended by one-week to Monday March 07, 2022

10th International Workshop on OpenCL and SYCL

+ IWOCL & SYCLcon 2022
+ 10-12 MAY 2022 (VIRTUAL)
+ https://www.iwocl.org | Twitter: @iwocl

IWOCL & SYCLcon 2022 marks the 10th anniversary of the annual gathering of the international community of developers, researchers, suppliers, and Khronos Working Group members to share best practice, and to advance the use and evolution of the OpenCL and SYCL standards for programming heterogeneous platforms.

This pioneering workshop has been attracting an international audience of leading academic and industrial experts since 2013 and is the premier forum for the community to present, discuss and learn about applying OpenCL and SYCL to solve computationally-demanding problems across a wide range of application domains.

You are cordially invited to contribute and participate in this virtual workshop through a paper, technical talk, tutorial, or poster. The workshop will also include invited presentations by experts from academia and industry, plus a range of panel discussions and community suggested BoFs.  Papers and posters will be included in the proceedings published in the ACM Digital Library.

Topics of Interest
Topics for 2022 include (but are not limited to):

+ Scientific and high-performance computing (HPC) applications
+ Machine Learning Training and Inferencing
+ Development tools, including debuggers, profilers, and reference implementations
+ HPC frameworks and supporting libraries developed on top of OpenCL, SYCL, SPIR-V, Vulkan and other parallel C++ paradigms.
+ The use of OpenCL and SYCL on CPU, GPU, DSP, NNP, FPGA and hardware accelerators on mobile, embedded, cloud, edge, and automotive platforms

Important Dates
+ Deadline for all submission types:     Monday March 07, 2022 Friday February 25, 2022
+ Author notifications:                  Monday March 14, 2022
+ Camera ready for papers and posters:   Friday April 1, 2022
+ Video presentations:                   Friday May 1, 2022
+ Event Dates:                           Tuesday 10 May - Thursday 12 May, 2022

All deadlines end at 23:59 anywhere on earth.

Covid-19 Update
Given the continued uncertainty surrounding the current COVID-19 situation and worldwide travel precautions, IWOCL and SYCLcon is prioritizing the health and safety of the global OpenCL and SYCL community and will now proceed as a virtual-only event. Registration fees, where applicable, will be adjusted accordingly and posted on the website.

Additional Information
For further details and updates, please consult the workshop web site at URL: http://www.iwocl.org, or email tim.lewis at iwocl.org

Submission Types and Author Guidelines
The workshop welcomes the following four types of submissions, all of which will undergo peer review by at least three members of the Program Committee comprising world-leaders in OpenCL and SYCL.

1. Research Papers
2. Technical Presentations
3. Tutorials & Special Sessions
4. Posters

All presenters must register for the workshop at the prevailing rate to present the material and to have their submission included in the published proceedings. To enable us to provide all the IWOCL and SYCLcon submissions as on-demand video presentations we require that all authors provide a video recording of their presentations (papers, talks and posters). Video submission deadlines and guidelines can be found on the website.

1. Full Academic Papers
We solicit the submission of full-length unpublished academic/technical papers detailing original research related to OpenCL, SYCL and related topics. Please submit full papers for review, which should be no longer than 12 pages using the ACM SIG proceedings style. Links to the LaTeX and Word templates are available on the website. Papers will be included in the proceedings published in the ACM Digital Library.

2. Technical Presentations / Talks
These submissions require a 500-1,000 word abstract. Additional supporting materials may be submitted as a single pdf document. The final presentation slides are required to be provided to the organisers according to the submission deadlines above. All technical presentations will be published on the IWOCL/SYCLcon website.

3. Tutorials & Special Sessions
The agenda includes a day of tutorials and Special Sessions (BoF, Panels, etc.) that provide developers an opportunity to spend more time exploring a specific OpenCL or SYCL related topic. Session leaders are asked to submit a 500-1000 word abstract and include the preferred length of the session (in minutes). Additional supporting materials may be submitted as a single pdf document.

4. Posters
To encourage discussion of the latest developments in the OpenCL and SYCL community, a poster session runs in parallel to the workshop. Authors should submit a 500-1,000 word abstract outlining the planned poster. Additional supporting materials may be submitted as a single pdf document. Posters will be included in the proceedings published in the ACM Digital Library. Posters should be either Landscape or Portrait mode and at a resolution appropriate to online viewing.

Selection Criteria
The selection of research papers will be based on the full paper and should cover original, unpublished work. All other submissions (posters, technical presentations, and tutorials) will be selected based on the submitted short abstract and do not have to cover unpublished work but should be topical and appropriate for a technical audience.

The IWOCL / SYCLcon program committee will review submissions based on the following criteria.

+ Concept of the submission and its relevance and timeliness
+ Technical depth
+ Clarity of the submission
+ Research findings and results of your work
+ Your credentials and expertise in the subject matter

Published Proceedings
The IWOCL and SYCLcon proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library.  See: https://dl.acm.org/conference/iwocl/proceedings

How to Submit
Submit via: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iwoclandsyclcon2022

Workshop Chairs
+ General Chair: Simon McIntosh-Smith, Professor of High-Performance Computing and Head of the HPC Research Group, University of Bristol.
+ SYCLcon Chair: Michael Wong, VP Research & Development, Codeplay Software.
+ SYCLcon Steering Committee Chair: Tom Deakin, University of Bristol
+ Proceedings Chair: Tom Lin, Researcher, University of Bristol
+ Organising Chair: Tim Lewis, IWOCL.

General Program Committee
+ Tankut Aktemur – Intel – USA
+ Ben Ashbaugh – Intel – USA
+ David Beckingsale – Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory – USA
+ Alex Bourd – Qualcomm – USA
+ Anthony Cabrera – Oak Ridge national Laboratory – USA
+ Daniel Connors – University of Colorado – USA
+ Tom Deakin – University of Bristol – UK
+ Alastair Donaldson – Google and Imperial College – UK
+ Benedict Gaster – University of the West of England – UK
+ Leonardo Gomez – Barcelona Supercomputing Center – Spain
+ AJ Guillon – YetiWare–  Canada
+ Pekka Jääskeläinen – Tampere University of Technology – Finland
+ David Kaeli – Northeastern University – USA
+ Paul Keir – University of the West of Scotland – UK
+ Ronan Keryell – Xilinx – USA
+ Michael Kinser – Intel (FPGA) – USA
+ Wei-Chen Lin – University of Bristol – UK
+ Simon McIntosh-Smith – University of Bristol – UK
+ Richard Membarth – German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) – Germany
+ Gaurav Mitra, Texas Instruments – USA
+ Gihan Mudalige – University of Warwick – UK
+ Cedric Nugteren – Plumerai – The Netherlands
+ James Price – Google – UK
+ Istvan Reguly – Pázmány Péter Catholic University – Hungary
+ Ruyman Reyes – Codeplay – UK
+ Andrew Richards – Codeplay – UK
+ Christoph Riesinger – Intel – Germany
+ Robert Robey – Los Alamos National Laboratory – USA
+ Karl Rupp – Vienna University of Technology – Austria
+ Martin Schreiber – Technical University of Munich – Germany
+ Leonardo Solis-Vasquez – Technical University of Dermstadt – Germany
+ Jakub Szuppe – NVIDIA – Poland
+ Josef Weidendorfer – LRZ – Germany
+ Sarah Witt – Sony Europe – UK

SYCLcon Steering Committee
+ Aksel Alpay University of Heidelberge
+ Thomas Applencourt, Argonne National Laboratory
+ Rod Burns, Codeplay
+ James Brodman, Intel
+ Tom Deakin, University of Bristol
+ Ronan Keryell, Xilinx
+ Michael Kinsner, Intel.com
+ Nevin Liber, Argonne National Laboratory
+ Philip Salzmann, University of Innsbruck

Please stay safe and healthy. We look forward to your contributions and meeting you online in May 2022. Thank you very much.

Best Regards.

IWOCL & SYCLcon Organisers

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