SPAA 2022 Call for Papers
The 34th ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, July 12-14, 2022

Submissions are sought in all areas of parallel algorithms and architectures,
broadly construed, including both theoretical and experimental perspectives.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Parallel and Distributed Algorithms
- Parallel, Concurrent, and Distributed Data Structures
- Parallel and Distributed Architectures
- System Software for Parallel and Concurrent Programming (including but not
  limited to Runtime, Compilers, and Tools)
- Management of Massive Data Sets
- Transactional Memory Hardware and Software
- Supercomputer Architecture and Computing
- Resource Management and Awareness
- Routing and Information Dissemination
- Peer-to-Peer Systems
- Mobile, Ad-Hoc, and Sensor Networks
- Synergy of Parallelism in Algorithms, Programming, and Architecture
- Memory or I/O-efficient algorithms
- Parallel Complexity Theory
- Green Computing & Power-Efficient Architectures
- Instruction Level Parallelism and VLSI

Important Dates
Abstract registration:  February 04, 2022, 11:59pm AoE
Full papers submission: February 11, 2022, 11:59pm AoE
Rebuttal period:        April 11-14, 2022, 11:59pm AoE
Notification:           April 29, 2022
Camera-ready:           May 27, 2022

Submission Details
Please indicate in the title of your manuscript whether this is a regular
paper or a brief announcement.  All regular rejected papers will automatically
be considered for brief announcements.  Titles of regular papers which should
not be considered for this option should mention "full paper only" after the

Submissions are encouraged to adopt the final ACM "sigconf" format from
https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template.  More details
forthcoming at https://spaa.acm.org/submission/.

* Regular papers:
  A regular paper submission must report on original research that has not
  been previously or concurrently published.  Submitted manuscripts may not
  exceed ten (10) single-spaced double-column pages excluding bibliography.  
  All necessary details to substantiate the claims of the paper should be
  included in a clearly marked appendix.  However, the reviewers are not
  obligated to read the appendix.  Regular papers will be allotted 10 pages
  plus bibliography in the proceedings.

* Brief announcements:
  Examples of good brief announcements include: work in progress, announcement
  of tools/libraries, challenge problems posted to the community, and
  corrections to earlier results.  Brief announcements may also include
  smaller results of interest.  Submitted manuscripts may not exceed three (3)
  single-spaced double-column pages for brief announcements including

Double-Blind Policy
SPAA 2022 will employ a lightweight double-blind review process.  That means,
the submission should omit authors' names, affiliations, and contact
information.  In addition, if the submission refers to prior work done by the
authors, the reference should be made in third person.  Any supplemental
materials, if applicable, should also be anonymized.  However, authors are
free to disseminate their ideas or draft versions of the paper as they
normally would, such as submitting them to arXiv or giving talks on their
research ideas.  The reviewers will be asked to refrain from actively looking
for the identity of the authors via web search.  

Conflict of Interest Policy
To ensure a fair and high-quality reviewing process we ask ALL authors of a
submitted paper to register their conflicts with the PC members at the
submission site.  

The following categories are considered as a conflict of interest:

1. Academic advisor or advisee (with no time limit)
2. Postdoctoral mentor or mentee (with no time limit)
3. Collaborators within the past three years, including a joint research
   or development project, a joint paper, or a funding relationship
4. Members of the same institution within the past 3 years
5. Family members or close friends
6. Someone involved in an alleged incident of harassment
   (It is not required that the incident be reported.)
7. Anyone whose relationship with an author would prevent the reviewer
   from being objective in his/her assessment.

Note that if the program chair has reason to doubt the validity of the claim
of conflict of interest, then she may request that a ToC advocate
confidentially verify the reason for the conflict.  Falsely declared conflicts
(i.e., do not satisfy one of the listed reasons) risk rejection without
consideration of merit.  If an author believes that he or she has a valid
reason for a conflict of interest not listed above or if he or she is
uncertain, the author is encouraged to contact the program chair.

Additional Notes
If an author has any further questions regarding the policies listed above,
please contact the PC chair I-Ting Angelina Lee by email (angelee AT wustl DOT
edu) and prefix the subject title with "[SPAA 22]".


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


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