[hpc-announce] ACM Student Research Competition @SuperComputing 23, Denver, Nov 12-17, 2023

Alexandru Costan alexandru.costan at irisa.fr
Tue Aug 1 04:19:13 CDT 2023


The SC Conference hosts the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) showcasing original research from undergraduate and graduate students. Students must be members of ACM at the time the poster is submitted. ACM Student membership is available for $19 per year. If you are a student who would like to showcase your work and compete for ACM SRC prizes, submit your poster to this track.

Submissions are peer-reviewed by the SC ACM SRC Committee, which also selects a set of finalists based on poster content and presentation quality. These finalists go on to compete in the ACM SRC grand finals.

Note: Students who are not ACM members may submit to Research Posters. Students who want to participate in the ACM Student Research Competition or Doctoral Showcase should refer to ACM Student Research Competition Submissions or Doctoral Showcase Submissions.

An ACM SRC poster submission has two main components: the poster itself and an 800-word abstract in the ACM format.


An ACM Student Research Competition submission reflects student research: this work may be part of a larger project, but the poster should only reflect the contributions of a single graduate student or up to two undergraduate students. For graduate student submissions, the final poster must list one student as the only author; for undergraduate student submissions, the final poster must list up to two undergraduate students as the first (and second) author(s).

Students are allowed to list one or more official graduate or undergraduate advisors on their poster. Each advisor must be clearly marked by putting “(advisor)” after the advisor’s name. For example, if Alex Abel is advised by Bruno Banach and Clara Cantor at Durham University in England, then the poster and extended abstract should be authored by: Alex Abel, Bruno Banach (advisor), and Clara Cantor (advisor), Durham University, England.

Poster Format

The SC Conference may provide a poster template as a guideline. Final poster style, layout, font, and content are left to the discretion of the author(s). Poster size should be such that your poster mounts properly on the four feet high and eight feet wide display board that will be provided by SC. Your poster does not need to cover the entire display board; the poster size should be appropriate for your content.

You can embed additional multimedia elements into your poster by placing QR (Quick Response) codes anywhere you want to link to external content. Such elements may include a video narration of the poster by the author, links to results, videos, graphics, datasets, codes, etc. The goal of embedded multimedia elements should be to enhance the presentation of research in the poster. Note that extended versions of the poster or related publications are not considered acceptable multimedia elements in this context.

At the time of submission, the poster does not need to be finalized. You may make changes to your poster after acceptance, but a representative draft of the poster must be submitted for review.

ACM SRC Important Dates:

AUG 5, 2023 Submissions Close
SEP 11, 2023 Notifications Sent
SEP 17, 2023 Content & Schedule Building
SEP 30, 2023 Final Materials Due

ACM SRC Graduate Posters Co-Chairs
Alexandru Costan, INSA / IRISA Rennes (France)
Bogdan Nicolae, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)

ACM SRC Undergraduate Posters Co-Chair
Shinji Sumimoto, The University of Tokyo

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