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From: (Karl-Heinz EDER)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 22 Dec 1995 11:12:58 -0500
Organization: Institut fuer Informatik Universitaet KLAGENFURT
Keywords: CFP, conference, parallel

                                                      Second Call for Paper

                                  Third International Conference of the ACPC
                                                    with special emphasis on
                                        Parallel Databases and Parallel I/O

                                                      September 22-25, 1996
                                                        Klagenfurt, Austria

The Austrian Center for Parallel Computation (ACPC) is a cooperative
research organization founded in 1989 to promote research and
education in the field of Software for Parallel Computer Science.

The Third International Conference of the ACPC will take place at the
University of Klagenfurt, Austria, Sept. 22 -25. 1996 and is intended
as a forum for both researchers and practitioners in the field.

Beside the traditional topics special emphasis should be given
to parallel databases and parallel input/output.

Call for Papers

We invite submissions of papers presenting original research
in topics including but not limited to the following areas:

          - Databases
          - I/O
          - Algorithms
          - Applications
          - Architectures
          - Languages
          - Compilers
          - Programming Environments

for parallel computation including high-performance computing.

Contributors are invited to send a full paper not exceeding 6000 words
(roughly 12 pages) in English to the e-mail address:

Submitted files must be in uuendocded (preferably compressed)
PostScript format - as created on most Unix systems by
cat | compress | uuencode > paper.uue.
Please try to check that
your postscript file can be printed on more than one kind of laser
printers. If your program requests it, assume that the document will
be printed on a 300dpi printer.

The electronic submissions should consist of two e-mails: the first
containing an ASCII coverpage, containing the author's full name,
address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, a 100-word
abstract and keywords.

Papers may also be submitted on paper in six copies to the chairman of
the Program Committee. The proceedings are intended to be published
in the Series "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" by the Springer
Verlag. For information about the format requirements of the
camera-ready form see our home page (see below).

Authors are expected to attend the conference and present their papers.


Proposals are solicited for tutorials covering all aspects of the
conference topics, but especially issues of parallel databases and
parallel I/O. Proposals should contain the level (introductory,
intermediate and advanced), and a schedule of the tutorial. Some
information about the author should be added.

Proposals should be sent (preferably electronically) to the e-mail
address: or by surface mail to the chairman
of the Program Committee.


A poster session will be organized to give an opportunity for
presenting works in a preliminary stage. Poster proposals are to
submit in the same manner as full papers, except for other deadlines
and constraints on length. Poster submissions should be no more than
2000 words (roughly four pages). Authors are expected to attend the
conference and present their posters.

Exhibitions and Demonstrations

Vendors are solicited to make proposals to present their novel
concepts and products.

Proposals should be sent (preferably electronically) to the e-mail
address: or by surface mail to the chairman
of the Program Committee.

Important dates

- Submissions of papers must arrive before February 16, 1996.
- Proposals for tutorials, posters,
    exhibitions and demonstrations must arrive before April 12, 1996.
- Notification of acceptance or rejection: May 6, 1996.
- Camera-ready versions of accepted papers and posters must arrive before June 21, 1996.
- Camera-ready version of tutorial material will be due on August 26, 1996.

Program Committee

Chairman: L. Boeszoermenyi (Klagenfurt, A)

  P. Apers (Twente, NL)
  P. Brezany (Vienna, A)
  B. Buchberger (Linz, A)
  H. Burkhart (Basel, CH)
  J. Eder (Klagenfurt, A)
  A. Ferscha (Vienna, A)
  A. Hameurlain (Toulouse, F)
  G. Haring (Vienna, A)
  H. Hong (Linz, A)
  W. Kleinert (Vienna, A)
  D. Kotz (Dartmouth, USA)
  O. Steinhauser (Vienna, A)
  P. Valduriez (Paris, F)
  J. Volkert (Linz, A)
  P. Wang (Kent, USA)
  G. Weikum (Saarbruecken, D)
  H. Zima (Vienna, A)
  P. Zinterhof (Salzburg, A)

Organizing Committee

Chairman: L. Boeszoermenyi

Important Addresses

World Wide Web Information

Submission e-mail

- Chairman of the Program Committee

    Prof. Laszlo Boeszoermenyi

    Department of Informatics
    University Klagenfurt
    Universitaetsstr. 65-67
    A-9020 Klagenfurt

    Tel.: +43-463-2700-509 (506)
    Fax.: +43-463-2700-505

- Organization

    Mag. Karl-Heinz Eder
    Tel.: +43-463-2700-512 (506)
    Fax.: +43-463-2700-505

- Conference Secretary

    Silvia Nedizavec

    Tel.: +43-463-2700-506
    Fax.: +43-463-2700-505

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