UO to Host International Conference on Supercomputing

The 27th International Conference on Supercomputing will be held at the University of Oregon June 10-14, featuring a mix of workshops, tutorials and technical programs on supercomputing.

The conference is the premier international forum for presentation of research results in high-performance computing systems. The general chair is Allen Malony, a professor in the university’s Computer and Information Science department.

Sponsored by the Association for Computer Machinery, the conference accepts contributions on a broad range of supercomputing topics. Submissions are encouraged regarding extreme-scale and heterogeneous supercomputing systems, integrated high performance computing software stacks and scientific and engineering applications of supercomputing.

Abstract submissions are due Jan. 11 and paper submissions, Jan. 18. Workshop/tutorial proposals are due Jan. 25 and notification occurs Jan. 30. Author notification occurs March 21; the early registration deadline is March 29 and final papers are due April 1.

Dates are tentative; check http://www.ics-conference.org/ for updates.