If you are considering to run a workshop or tutorial at SPAA 2020, The
deadline for submission is Feb 28.  The call for proposals is attached
below.

Best,
Yan

SPAA 2020 Call for Workshops/Tutorials32nd ACM Symposium on Parallelism in
Algorithms and ArchitecturesJuly 14 - 17, 2020
Philadelphia, PA, USAImportant Deadlines:
Proposals due: *February 28, 2020, 11:59pm AoE*
Notification of acceptance: *March 6, 2020*
SPAA workshops/tutorials: *July 14, 2020*

ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures (SPAA) 2020
will take place July 14-17, 2020 in Philadelphia, PA, USA. To allow a broad
audience to participate, SPAA will host a series of workshops and tutorials
to learn more about research challenges and discuss research questions, to
exchange exciting ideas, and to build up communities and possible new
collaborations.

The inaugural workshops and tutorials plan to be held on July 14, 2020,
which will consist of workshops for a half-day and tutorials for 1.5 or 3
hours. We welcome proposals for workshops and tutorials that are either
within the scope of the SPAA community or research challenges in related
areas/problems that have potential impacts for the SPAA community.
Proposals will be evaluated on an ongoing basis so early submissions are
encouraged and will be evaluated immediately.
Conference Web Page:

https://spaa.acm.org
Submission details:

Please submit proposals to the SPAA 2019 Workshops and Tutorials Chair Yan
Gu ([log in to unmask] <http:[log in to unmask]>). Workshop and
tutorial proposals will be evaluated on an ongoing basis. Early submissions
are encouraged and will be evaluated immediately.

Proposals should be brief (at most 3 single-column pages). The following
information should be included by a workshop proposal:

1. Title
2. Name and email address of the organizer(s)
3. A description of the proposed format and agenda
4. Procedures for selecting participants and presenters
5. Intended audience

Given that this is the first year for workshops/tutorials in SPAA, we also
welcome workshops with more invited presentations.

A tutorial proposal should include the following information:

1. The title and abstract
2. The preferred duration (1.5 or 3 hours)
3. An outline of tutorial content and objectives with enough details for
both the scope and the depth
4. Prerequisite knowledge
5. A very brief biography of the tutorial organizers and relevant
information

Workshop CommitteeDan Alistarh
<https://ist.ac.at/en/research/alistarh-group/>, IST Austria
Yan Gu <https://www.cs.ucr.edu/~ygu/>, UC Riverside
Tao Schardl <http://web.mit.edu/neboat/www/>, MIT
Michael Spear <http://www.cse.lehigh.edu/~spear/>, Lehigh University

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Yan Gu
Assistant Professor,
Computer Science and Engineering Department,
University of California, Riverside

https://www.cs.ucr.edu/~ygu