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From: (International Parallel Processing Symp. '94)
Keywords: CFP, parallel, conference
Organization: University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Date: Mon, 24 May 1993 22:39:24 GMT

                                              CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                        8th International Parallel Processing Symposium

                                                  April 26-29, 1994
                                                        Hotel Regina
                                                      Cancun, Mexico

                                  Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society
                            Technical Committee on Parallel Processing
                                    In cooperation with ACM SIGArch

The 8th International Parallel Processing Symposium is sponsored by the
Technical Committee on Parallel Processing which was established by the
IEEE Computer Society to advance knowledge in all areas of parallel
processing and related technologies. The Symposium is the committee's
primary forum for engineers and scientists from around the world to
present their latest research findings in the field. In addition to
technical sessions of submitted paper presentations, IPPS '94 will offer
workshops, tutorials, a parallel systems fair, and commercial exhibits.

WORKSHOPS: To be held on the first day of the Symposium, workshops are an
opportunity to explore special topics. Individuals and/or special
interest groups are encouraged to submit proposals which cover a
particular topic in the field. Send a one page proposal to the Symposium
Chair by September 30, 1993.

TUTORIALS: Proposals are solicited for organizing full or half-day
tutorials to be held on the first day of the Symposium. Interested
individuals should submit a proposal by October 25, 1993 to the Tutorials
Chair. It should include a brief description of the intended audience, a
lecture outline and vita for lecturer(s).

PARALLEL SYSTEMS FAIR: This all day event will include presentations by
researchers who have parallel machines under development. A presentation
summary should be submitted to the Parallel Systems Chair by October 25,
1993. Proposers will be notified of acceptance/rejection decision by
December 31, 1993. Camera ready papers are due January 31, 1994.
Proceedings will be available at the Symposium. A selected set of papers
will be considered for publication in a dedicated issue of the IEEE
Parallel and Distributed Technology publication.

COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS: Companies are encouraged to exhibit at IPPS '94. If
the Cancun location prevents a fully mounted exhibit, alternative
presentations are welcome. For details or to make sure your company is on
the IPPS mailing list, contact the Symposium Chair by October 25, 1993.

Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna
Dept. of EE-Systems, EEB 244
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2562 USA
Vox 213-740-4483 / Fax 213-740-4449

Prof. Alok Choudhary
ECE Dept., 121 Link Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244 USA
Vox 315-443-4280 / Fax 315-443-2583

Prof. Hussein M. Alnuweiri
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C. - CANADA V6T 1Z
Fax 604-822-5949


Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that demonstrate original
unpublished research in all areas of parallel processing including
development of experimental or commercial systems. Topics of interest
include but are not limited to:

- Signal & Image Processing Systems
- Parallel Implementations of Application Tasks
- Parallel Algorithms
- Parallel Architectures
- Neural Networks
- Interconnection Networks
- Parallel Languages
- Programming Environments
- Parallelizing Compilers
- Special Purpose Processors
- VLSI Systems
- Performance Modeling/Evaluation

To submit an original research paper, send five (hard) copies of your
complete manuscript (not to exceed 15 single-spaced pages of text using
point size 12 type on 8 1/2 X 11 inch pages) to the Program Chair.
References, figures, tables, etc. may be included in addition to the
fifteen pages of text. Please include your postal address, e-mail
address, and telephone and fax numbers. All manuscripts will be reviewed.
Manuscripts must be received by September 20, 1993. Submissions received
after the due date or exceeding the length limit may be returned and not
considered. Notification of review decisions will be mailed by December
31, 1993. Camera-ready papers are due January 31, 1994. Proceedings will
be available at the Symposium. Fax or electronic submissions will not be

Prof. H.J. Siegel
IPPS '94 Program Chair
School of Electrical Engineering
1285 Electrical Engineering Building
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907-1285, USA
Fax: 317-494-6440


Mikhail J. Atallah, Purdue University
Sartaj Sahni, University of Florida
Trevor Mudge, University of Michigan
Alexandru Nicolau, University of California at Irvine

John K. Antonio, Purdue University
Prith Banerjee, University of Illinois
Ken Batcher, Kent State University
Francine Berman, University of California at San Diego
Thomas L. Casavant, University of Iowa
Janice Cuny, University of Massachusetts
Jack Dennis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee
and Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Mary M. Eshaghian, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Mike Flynn, Stanford University
Geoffrey Fox, Syracuse University
Richard F. Freund, NRaD
Susanne Hambrusch, Purdue University
Oscar H. Ibarra, University of California at Santa Barbara
Joseph Ja'Ja', University of Maryland
Leah H. Jamieson, Purdue University
Mary Jane Irwin, Penn State University
Lennart Johnsson, Thinking Machines Corporation
and Harvard University
Kai Li, Princeton University
Virginia Lo, University of Oregon
Richard C. Metzger, Rome Laboratory
Russ Miller, SUNY- Buffalo
David Nassimi, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Lionel M. Ni, Michigan State University
John R. Nickolls, MasPar Computer Corporation
David Padua, University of Illinois
Yale Patt, University of Michigan
Donna Quammen, George Mason University
C. S. Raghavendra, Washington State University
Isaac Scherson, University of California at Irvine
Pearl Wang, George Mason University
Elizabeth Williams, Supercomputing Research Center
Michael Wolfe, Oregon Graduate Institute


Symposium Chair: Viktor K. Prasanna
University of Southern California

Program Chair: H.J. Siegel
Purdue University

Chairman Emeritus: Larry Canter
Computer Systems Approach, Inc.

Steering Committee Chair: George Westrom
Odetics, Inc.

Symposium Advisory Committee:
Vijay P Bhatkar, CDAC, India
Michel Cosnard, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France
Kai Hwang, University of Southern California
F. Thomson Leighton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael J. Quinn, Oregon State University
Larry Snyder, University of Washington

Finance Chair: Bill Pitts
Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

Local Arrangements Chair: Susamma Barua
California State University, Fullerton.

Publicity Chair: Sally Jelinek
Electronic Design Associates

Publicity Coordinators:
D.K. Panda
Ohio State University
Pankaj Jalote
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Stefan Lamberts
Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Pacific Rim
David K. Kahaner
ONR Asia

Don't Miss IPPS '94 In Cancun, Mexico!

The Yucatan peninsula with a shoreline of over 1600 kilometers is one of
Mexico's most exotic areas. Over a thousand years ago the peninsula was
the center of the great Mayan civilization. Cancun with it's powder fine
sand and turquoise water is a scenic haven for sun lovers and
archaeological buffs alike, and our Mexican hosts are eager to extend
every hospitality for our visit to their part of the world.

Air travel to Cancun is available from most major U.S. cities, and U.S.
and Canadian citizens do not require passports to visit Mexico. The Hotel
Regina is a self-contained meeting facility with spacious, air-conditioned
rooms, on-site restaurants, and all the services of a world class hotel.
Cancun is a dazzling resort with golf, tennis, and every water sport under
the sun, and the area offers exciting nightlife, fabulous shopping, and
historic Mayan ruins.

Join us in Cancun where once again researchers, system developers, and
users from around the world will convene to present leading developments
in parallel processing and related applications. As in the last 2 years,
the first day of the symposium will feature workshops and tutorials. In
addition to technical sessions, the remaining 3 days will include the
previously well-received parallel systems fair as well as commercial

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