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Present CFP : 2019
The ACM International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS) is the premier international forum for the presentation of research results in high-performance computing systems. The 33rd conference (ICS’19) will be held in Phoenix, AZ, in conjunction with the ACM Federated Computing Research Conference.
Papers are solicited on all aspects of research, development, and application of high-performance and supercomputing systems, including, but not limited to:
Programming and execution models for high-performance computing;
Static and dynamic compilation optimization techniques to exploit all aspects of high performance architectures;
Computer Architectures and accelerators aiming to support high-performance computing;
Runtime and system software support for high-performance and heterogeneous computing;
New computational models and algorithms for high performance computing systems;
Exposing security weaknesses and protecting against them in data centers and other large-scale computing systems;
New applications and workload analysis; and
The use of machine learning to design/analyze large-scale computing system.
The review process will include a rebuttal period, and the papers will be judged based on novelty, technical soundness, and potential impact on the field.
Abstract submission: Friday, January 25, 2019 AOE (firm deadline, no extension)
Paper submission: Friday, February 1, 2019 AOE (firm deadline, no extension):
Author rebuttal period: Early April, 2019
Author notification: Mid April, 2019
Camera-ready: May 15, 2019 AOE
AOE (Anywhere on Earth) dates shown above mean the deadlines are at 11:59pm UTC. The above dates are tentative and subject to change. Consult the conference website for the most up-to-date scheduling information.
Authors will submit papers via the HotCRP conference review software (https://ics19.hotcrp.com). Please use the standard fonts/formatting in the 2017 ACM conference proceedings template (https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template). Submissions should be a maximum of ten (10) pages, not including references. Submissions (both abstract and paper) should be prepared for double-blind review, i.e., without author names or other identifying material. Authors should refer to themselves in the third person when citing their own work.
Authors may contact only the Program Chairs about submitted papers during and after the review process. Contacting PC or ERC members about submitted paper(s) is an ethical violation and may be grounds for summary rejection.
The submission system requests information about the authors. This information will not be given to the reviewers.