HPCS'97 - Extended Deadline

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5 Mar 1997 21:39:39 -0500

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From: pgraham@nickel.cs.umanitoba.ca (Peter C.J. Graham)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 5 Mar 1997 21:39:39 -0500
Organization: Computer Science, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Keywords: CFP, conference

The deadline date for submitting papers to HPCS'97 (the 11th Annual
International Symposium on High Performance Computing Systems) has been
extended. After several requests for extensions we have determined
that there is sufficient flexibility with respect to printing deadlines to
permit an extension. We are thus extending the submission deadline to
March 28th, 1997. For this reason, notification of acceptance will not be
available until April 28th. Final, camera-ready copy must still be received
by May 20th.

We are also pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with The
Journal of Supercomputing (Kluwer Academic Publishers) to publish a special
issue (tenatatively scheduled for November of this year) consisting of the
six best papers from the Symposium.

Included below is information on the three confirmed invited speakers as
well as information about the expected costs of conference registration and
accomodations. Beneath that is the Text CFP. If you need additional
information, please feel free to visit our recently updated web-page at
http://www.cs.umanitoba.ca/~hpcs97/ .

We hope to see you all at HPCS'97 this summer.


Arvind is the Johnson Professor and Head of the Computation
Structures Group at the Laboratory for Computer Science, Dept. of
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology . His research interests span all areas of
parallel computation as well as declarative programming. He is
also one of the creators of the Dynamic Dataflow paradigm for fine
granularity parallel computation. Dr. Arvind serves on the editorial
boards of numerous journals and is an active consultant to industry.
He has over 50 recent publications in parallel computing, is an IEEE
Fellow and last year received the IEEE's "Charles Babbage Outstanding
Scientist" award.

Geoffrey C. Fox is Professor of Computer Science and Professor of
Physics at Syracuse University as well as Director of the Northeastern
Parallel Architecture Center (NPAC). His research interests include
many aspects of parallel computation, theoretical physics, and
applications of parallel processing to large scale scientific
problems. Dr. Fox serves on the editorial board of six journals, has
edited two books, and has organized eight conferences. He has also
authored four books and several hundred research papers on parallel
computation and particle physics.

Christian Lengauer is Professor of Computer Science at the University
of Passau in Germany and an honorary fellow of the Computer Science
Department at the University of Edinburgh. His research is in the
area of the application of formal methods in parallel programming
and parallelization as well as object orientation in parallel systems.
He is editor of "Parallel Processing Letters", "Science of Computer
Programming", and "Discrete Math and Theoretical Computer Science".
Dr. Lenguaer also serves on the steering committee of the Euro-Par
conference and is program chair for Euro-Par'97 held this year in
Passau. He has over a dozen research papers focusing on parallel
processing in the last three years.


While the final price of conference registration is yet to be
determined, we estimate a cost of less than $400 CDN (approx. $300 US).
There will be an approximate 15% discount for early registration and
at least a 30% discount for student attendees. These prices will
include both hardcopy and CD-ROM proceedings, admission to all
technical sessions and vendor exhibits, conference banquet and
reception as well as daily refreshments.

Estimated room rates at the Crowne Plaza Hotel (the conferene venue)
are as indicated in the following table. This represents a special
conference rate for HPCS'97.

  Room Type Price
  --------- -----
  Single $ 85.00 CDN (approx. $63.50 US)
  Double $ 95.00 CDN (approx. $73.00 US)
  Executive Suite $115.00 CDN (approx. $88.50 US)


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* Call for Papers *
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* March 28th, 1997 *
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* The 11th Annual International Symposium on High *
* Performance Computing Systems *
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* HPCS'97 *
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* Crowne Plaza Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada *
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* July 10th - 12th, 1997 *
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* www: http://www.cs.umanitoba.ca/~hpcs97 *
* e-mail: hpcs97@cs.umanitoba.ca *
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The 11th Annual International symposium on High Performance Computing
Systems (HPCS'97) will be held July 10th to 12th, 1997 at the Crowne
Plaza Hotel in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. HPCS'97 is hosted
by the Department of Computer Science at the University of Manitoba
with the assistance of the sponsoring organization Super*Can.

The international symposium covers all aspects of high performance
computing; both applied as well as theoretical. Topic areas of
interest include architecture, enabling technologies, software
systems, algorithms, and applications for parallel, distributed, or
vector systems. However, papers addressing all aspects of high
performance computing are also welcome. The symposium will be fully
refereed and submissions are expected to represent exceptional work.

The symposium will include presentations of accepted technical papers,
presentations by invited distinguished speakers, and vendor exhibits
in an atmosphere which promotes conversation and collaboration. Both
national and international participation is encouraged. As well,
historically, a number of organizational meetings have also been
organized to coincide with this symposium.

The symposium proceedings will be published in paper format (which
will be available at the symposium) and possibly also in CD-ROM format
with full text indexing. A small selection of `best papers' will be
determined after the conference and all participants will be advised
of such. The possibility of re-publishing these papers in a special
journal issue is currently being considered.


The following topics are suggested as particular examples of interest
to the symposium, however, submissions are not limited to these
topics. All submissions will be reviewed in context of their relevance
to high performance computing systems.

    * High Performance Applications (e.g. scientific, commercial, etc.)
    * Distributed Systems and Advanced Applications (e.g. multimedia,
        cooperative systems)
    * Scaleable and Interoperable Systems and Associated Standards
    * Software Systems (e.g. operating system support, middleware,
        development environments, tools, distributed objects)
    * Architecture (e.g. VLSI, SIMD, MIMD, parallel, vector, special-purpose)
    * Interconnection Networks (e.g. ATM based, bus-based, optical)
    * Communications (e.g. routing algorithms, switching techniques,
        wireless, mobile)
    * Visualization (e.g. scientific visualization, debugging and load
        balancing tools)
    * Photonics and Optical Computing
    * Performance Issues (e.g. benchmarks, performance measurement, evaluation
        and prediction)
    * Modeling and Simulation of High Performance Systems
    * Advanced Compilation Techniques (e.g. parallelizing compilers)
    * Programming Languages for Parallel and other High Performance
        Computing Environments
    * Parallel/Distributed/Vector Algorithms
    * Reliability and Fault Tolerance
    * Embedded and Real Time Systems
    * Digital Signal Processing
    * Neural Computing, Genetic Algorithms and their applications
    * Systolic and Cellular Automaton (CA) Techniques
    * Issues in High Performance Computing (e.g. evolving paradigms such
        as NOW/COW, PIM Systems as well as grand challenge problems)


General Chair: Dr. Brian d'Auriol
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Manitoba
E-mail: bdauriol@cs.umanitoba.ca

Program Chair: Dr. Peter Graham
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Manitoba
E-mail: pgraham@cs.umanitoba.ca

Advisory Chair: Dr. Virendra Bhavsar
Faculty of Computer Science
University of New Brunswick
E-mail: bhavsar@unb.ca

Proceedings Chair: Dr. Ken Barker
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Manitoba
E-mail: barker@cs.umanitoba.ca

Local Arrangements: Ms. Lynne Romuld
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Manitoba
E-mail: hpcs97@cs.umanitoba.ca


Ali E. Abdallah, University of Reading, U.K.
Tarek S. Abdelrahman, University of Toronto, Canada
Hamid S. Arabnia, University of Georgia, USA
Luc Bauwens, University of Calgary, Canada
Virendra Bhavsar, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Moreshwar R. Bhujade, Indian Institute of Technology, India
David Blight, University of Manitoba, Canada
Alan L. Cox, Rice University, USA
Frank Dehne, Carleton University, Canada
Derek Eager, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Edward Frietman, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Qian-Ping Gu, University of Aizu, Japan
Weijia Jia, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Kequin Li, State University of New York, New Paltz, USA
Piyush Maheshwari, University of New South Wales, Australia
Yi Pan, University of Dayton, USA
Alexander Reinefeld, Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing, Germany
Hong Shen, Griffith University, Australia
Ajit Singh, University of Waterloo, Canada
Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa, Canada
Hugo Thienpont, Vrije University, Belgium
Ronald Unrau, University of Alberta, Canada
Ramachandran Vaidyanathan, Louisiana State University, USA
Vincent Van Dongen, Centre de Recherche Informatique de Montreal, Canada
Irina Veretennicoff, Vrije University, Belgium
Alan S. Wagner, University of British Columbia, Canada
Rod Wittig, University of Calgary, Canada
Cui Zhang, California State University Sacramento
Weimin Zheng, Tsinghua University, China


Submit papers of ten or less pages to the program chair by February
28th, 1997. Papers are to be numbered starting from page one,
be single spaced with minimum of 11pt font and are to include an
abstract of 250 words or less together with up to eight keywords
describing the paper's content. Electronic submission of papers in
structured PostScript format via e-mail directly to the program chair
are acceptable and encouraged for the review process. If not
submitting an electronic version, please submit four hardcopy
originals to the program chair at the address below. A final
preparation format will be available upon notification of acceptance.
Be advised that page charges may be assessed for those accepted papers
exceeding the page limit. Submitted papers greatly exceeding the page
limit or otherwise deviating significantly from the requested format
may be rejected without review.

All papers will be fully refereed by a minimum of two reviewers with
background in the areas of the reported work. All authors will receive
referees' comments. Such comments will be divided into two categories:
required and optional changes. All required changes will need to be
incorporated prior to final acceptance in the symposium proceedings.


All papers submitted will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
    * contribution to the area of research,
    * novelty of the approach,
    * soundness of results,
    * relevance to high performance computing systems, and
    * clarity of presentation.


March 28th, 1997 Manuscripts must be received by the program
chair by this date
April 28th, 1997 Author's receive notification of acceptance
May 20th, 1997 Final, camera-ready copy must be received by
this date (both hardcopy and electronic
versions will be required)
July 10th - 12th,1997 HPCS'97 Symposium

Authors of accepted papers will be requested to submit their
conference registration materials (including 50% of their registration
fee) by May 20th, 1997. This will allow the organizers to cover the
publications costs ahead of time. Conference registration rates will
be available shortly (see the web page for information updates).


Please direct all correspondence to:

Dr. Brian J. d'Auriol
(Assistant Professor of Computer Science)
General Chair, HPCS'97
Department of Computer Science
545 Machray Hall
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2
phone: (204) 474-8831 (direct line)
(204) 474-8313 (office)
fax: (204) 269-9178
e-mail: bdauriol@cs.umanitoba.ca
WWW: http://www.cs.umanitoba.ca/~bdauriol/


Please direct all submissions or questions concerning the submission,
evaluation, or selection process to:

Dr. Peter Graham
(Assistant Professor of Computer Science)
Program Chair, HPCS'97
Department of Computer Science
545 Machray Hall
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2
phone: (204) 474-8837 (direct line/voice mail)
fax: (204) 269-9178
e-mail: pgraham@cs.umanitoba.ca
WWW: http://www.cs.umanitoba.ca/~pgraham/


Ms. Lynne Romuld
(Administrative Assistant)
Local Arrangements Chair, HPCS'97
Department of Computer Science
545 Machray Hall
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2
phone: (204) 474-8669 (direct line/messages)
fax: (204) 269-9178
e-mail: hpcs97@cs.umanitoba.ca
Dr. Peter C.J. Graham <pgraham@cs.umanitoba.ca> or
Assistant Professor <pgraham@acm.org>
Computer Science Phone: +1 (204) 474-8837
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB Fax: +1 (204) 269-9178

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