|MPCS '98 Call for Papers firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-05-30)|
|From:||email@example.com (Steve Beaty)|
|Date:||30 May 1997 23:10:05 -0400|
|Organization:||Hewlett-Packard Fort Collins Site|
|Summary:||MPCS '98 Call for Papers|
|Keywords:||conference, parallel, CFP|
The Third International Conference on
Massively Parallel Computing Systems
THE BROADMOOR Hotel
Colorado Springs, Colorado U.S.A.
April 6-9th 1998
Sponsored by Euromicro
CALL FOR PAPERS
MPCS '98 will bring together experts from research, academy, and industry who
are interested in all problems related to the definition and implementation
of Massively Parallel Computing Systems. A major goal of the conference is
to foster communication and collaboration among people engaged in the design
of innovative architectures.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Include but are not limited to:
- Massively parallel architectures
- Application-specific architectures
- Memory organization and management
- Heterogeneous and distributed computer systems
- Artificial neural networks and genetic algorithms
- Highly parallel cellular automata
- Programming environments for MPCS
- Languages, compilers and operating systems
- Theoretical foundations of massive parallelism
- Communications in MPCS
- MPCS in telecommunications
- MPCS in image processing, graphics and computer vision
- Performance evaluation
- Applications in finance, bio-chemistry, medicine, etc.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
A PostScript or HTML copy of the paper, in English, must be submitted to the
World Wide Web site located at http://www.mpcs.org/ by November 7, 1997.
The material should be unpublished and not under submission elsewhere.
Manuscripts are not to exceed 15 pages (12 point font, double spaced).
The following declaration must be added to each paper: All necessary clearances
for the publication of this paper have been obtained. If accepted, the
author(s) will prepare the final manuscript in time for inclusion in the
proceedings and will personally present the paper at the conference.
Papers will be refereed by an international committee and accepted on the
basis of their scientific merit and relevance to the conference topics.
The authors' identity will not be revealed to the referees. Authors should
avoid citations that may reveal their identity. Acceptance will be by
January 16, 1998. A proceedings-ready PostScript version of the accepted
papers will be due on the Web site by March 1, 1998. Proceedings will be
published by Euromicro on CD-ROM.
Special sessions or panels are welcome and may be suggested by prospective
convenors by submitting a detailed proposal to the chairs by November 1, 1997.
Colorado Springs is located at the base of the scenic Rocky Mountains.
The conference will take place at the famous Broadmoor Hotel (for hotel
information see http://www.broadmoor.com/) where a special conference rate
is available. The hotel is beautifully situated at the foot of Pikes Peak
(altitude 4301m), the best known of the Rocky Mountain peaks. Colorado Springs
is served by an international airport and is easy to reach from major U.S.
and European cities. The climate in April is mild, usually sunny during
the day, but the evenings and nights can be quite cool.
Registration and hotel information will be available through the World Wide
Web site at http://www.mpcs.org/ or by e-mail from the conference co-chairs.
The conference is the first ever held in North America sponsored by Euromicro.
Gearold R. JOHNSON Steven J. BEATY
National Technological Univ. Hewlett-Packard Co.
700 Centre Avenue 3404 E. Harmony Road
Fort Collins, CO 80526 U.S.A. Fort Collins, CO 80525 U.S.A.
Ph. +1 970.495.6404 Ph. +1 970.229.6480
Fax +1 970.498.0601 Fax +1 970.229.7069
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail email@example.com
Chair: Giacomo SECHI (I) Monica ALDERIGHI (I)
Steven BEATY (USA) Gearold JOHNSON (USA)
Nello SCARABOTTOLO (I) Sampalli SRINIVAS (CDN)
Rudolf ALBRECHT (A) Gabor NEMETH (H)
Fabrizio BAIARDI (I) Yale PATT (USA)
Jim BONDI (USA) Vincenzo PIURI (I)
Preston BRIGGS (USA) Reinhard POSCH (A)
Steven CARR (USA) Colin REEVES (UK)
Tom CONTE (USA) Yvon SAVARIA (CDN)
Sergio D'ANGELO (I) David SCHAEFER (USA)
Luigi DADDA (I) Jim SMITH (USA)
Mario DAL CIN (I) Bogong SU (USA)
Renzo DAVOLI (I) Phil SWEANY (USA)
Edil FERNANDES (BR) Daniel TABAK (USA)
Guang GAO (USA) Jacques TIBERGHIEN (B)
Andrew GLEW (USA) Yong-Meng TEO (SGP)
Stanley HABIB (USA) Roberto VACCARO (I)
Kai HWANG (HK) Victor VARSHAVSKY (J)
Patrick LENDERS (AUS) Stamatis VASSILIADIS (NL)
Peter MILLIGAN (UK) Stephen WINTER (UK)
Chiquita Snippe-Marlisa (NL)
Steve Beaty firstname.lastname@example.org
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA http://www.engr.colostate.edu/~beaty/
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