We are running a new workshop on the Highlights of Parallel Computing
(HOPC) at SPAA (co-located with FCRC) this year. Please find the call for
papers below and consider submitting any of your recently published papers
to present at the workshop.
Laxman and Yihan
Call for Papers: HOPC’23
Highlights of Parallel Computing
Orlando, Florida. June 16-19, 2023
to be held in conjunction with ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms
and Architectures (SPAA’23) <https://spaa.acm.org/>
also part of ACM FCRC <https://fcrc.acm.org/>
The Highlights of Parallel Computing (HOPC) is a workshop that will be
co-located with SPAA’23. It is also part of ACM FCRC. In HOPC, participants
will present talks on recent papers on parallel computing (both theory and
practice) that did not appear at SPAA to the SPAA community. This will be
an opportunity for the SPAA community to interact with researchers who
(perhaps) do not usually submit their work to SPAA, and vice versa.
Although SPAA is a conference focusing on theory, historically it has also
placed a strong emphasis on research which combines theory and practice.
This workshop aims to provide a unique platform for both theoreticians and
practitioners to discuss how to implement practically-efficient parallel
algorithms based on theoretical results, as well as to understand what
theory is needed in practical large-scale applications.
The scope of HOPC consists of any work on parallel computing that was
accepted to a publication venue up to 3 years before the date of this
conference (i.e., June 2020 onward). We especially welcome papers published
during the pandemic years. For more information, please see the Call For
Papers page at https://ucrparlay.github.io/hopc23/cfp/
Papers must be submitted in the form of a 2-page (maximum) abstract,
including bibliography. The review process is single-blind. The authors
need to specify their names, affiliations, as well as the original
conference version of this paper on the first page.
We recommend the authors to use the ACM template with “sigconf” format
(i.e., the same as the SPAA conference papers). This is a single-spaced
double-column format for US-letter paper, with a 9-point font size.
Submissions must be in PDF format.
An accepted paper will be invited to a poster presentation at the reception
of the SPAA conference. Selected papers will give oral presentations during
Important Deadlines (AOE ) and Dates
Submission Deadline: April 18
Author Notification: May 9
Camera-ready: May 20
Poster Presentation: June 16 (SPAA Reception)
Oral Presentation: TBD
Please visit this link :https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=hopc2023
to make paper submissions.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the HOPC 2023
Program Committee Co-Chairs: Laxman Dhulipala
<https://www.cs.umd.edu/~laxman/> ([log in to unmask], University of Maryland,
College Park) and Yihan Sun <https://www.cs.ucr.edu/~yihans/> (
[log in to unmask], University of California, Riverside)
Computer Science and Engineering Department,
University of California, Riverside
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