Hello all,

SPAA 2023 (ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures) will be held on June 16-19, 2023 in Orlando, Florida: https://spaa.acm.org/.  It will be part of the ACM Federated Computing Research Conference, FCRC 2023, with conferences such as PODC, STOC, PLDI, ISCA, and ISC, with similar or relevant research topics.

The full program of SPAA 2023 is available online: https://spaa.acm.org/program-spaa-2023/.

Conference registration is at: https://web.cvent.com/event/ce5cb7a2-4868-4dc6-a48d-707340839d56/summary.

This year SPAA has an exciting program, with the highlights including:

- Invited speakers:      
         - The inaugural SPAA Parallel Computing Award Keynote, given by Guy Blelloch (http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~guyb/), on June 17.
         - The inaugural SPAA Test-of-Time Award Keynote, given by Bradley Kuszmaul and Charles Leiserson (https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/140901.141883), on June 18.
         - Five FCRC plenary speakers (for all FCRC conferences, https://fcrc.acm.org/program/plenary-speakers).

- Nine sessions for full papers and brief announcements.

- Two workshops on June 16:
         - Workshop: Highlights of Parallel Computing (HOPC)
              Ten highly selective talks on recent advances in parallel computing, and a poster session starting at 6pm.
              Website: https://ucrparlay.github.io/hopc23/
              Organizers: Laxman Dhulipala and Yihan Sun
         - Workshop: Filters: From Bloom to Quotient and Everything in Between
              Seven featured talks about recent advances in filters and applications in computational biology and machine learning.
              Website: https://prashantpandey.github.io/workshop/
              Organizers: Rob Johnson and Prashant Pandey

- Two tutorials on June 16:
         - Tutorial: SpeedCode: Software performance engineering education via Coding of didactic exercises
              Organizers: Tao B. Schardl, Tim Kaler, I-Ting Angelina Lee, and Charles E. Leiserson
         - Tutorial: Tutorial on Approximate Nearest Neighbor Search (ANNS) – Techniques and Open Problems
              Organizers: Magdalen Dobson, Laxman Dhulipala, Zheqi Shen, and Harsha Vardhan

Hope to see you soon!

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



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