PAISE 2023 : Parallel AI and Systems for the Edge
Call For Papers
PAISE 2023: Call for Papers, New Format!
The 5th Workshop on Parallel AI and Systems for the Edge (PAISE) in 2023 will feature a discussion-based format and take place on Friday, May 19 2023 and will be held in conjunction with IPDPS 2023 in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA .
From applications to hardware platforms, Edge computing is rapidly transforming the computing landscape. Taking advantage of the waning pandemic, this year PAISE will adopt a hybrid format, prioritizing interaction focused sessions over traditional technical talks. Toward this, PAISE invites two-page extended abstracts in addition to full papers. The objective of the new format is to enable impromptu opinionated discussions that augment traditional paper presentations, resulting in post-workshop position papers authored by the workshop participants. Thus, the workshop will provide a critically needed opportunity to discuss the current trends and issues, to share visions and opinions, to collect feedback and to discuss solutions covering the following areas of edge computing:
* applications — computer vision, machine learning, analytics, IoT;
* data flows – processing pipeline of data from ingestion to archival, pipeline of AI from learning to inference;
* control flows — parallel and distributed programming models and runtimes for managing constrained resources, cybersecurity; and
* infrastructure — storage, compute, and connectivity conducive to resource-constrained and harsh edge environments.
Full technical papers, and extended abstracts on opinions, visions, positions, and solutions along the following topics are welcome:
- AI and IoT Applications at the Edge
- Collaborative and Distributed Learning at the Edge
- Cyber-Security and Privacy in Edge Computing
- DevOps across Edge and Cloud
- Data and AI Lifecycle Mgmt across Edge and Cloud
- Edge-driven HPC, and HPC-steered Edge Computing
- Energy Efficient Edge Hardware and Software
- Serverless and other Programming Models for Edge
- Multitenancy at the Edge
Paper Submission, Paper Style, and Proceedings
All papers must be original. The papers submitted to the workshop will be peer reviewed by a minimum of 3 reviewers.
The following paper categories are welcome:
- Full Papers: Full research papers should describe original work and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference, and be 7-8 pages in length. The full papers will be presented as 20 min talks.
- Short Papers: Position papers, visions, concepts, demo descriptions, or practice reports, 2 pages in length, should contain enough information for the program committee to evaluate whether the submission will generate discussion at the Workshop. Recently published work that is relevant to the Workshop is also welcome, although those submissions will not be included in the proceedings. The short papers will be presented as 10 min talks.
Accepted papers will be included in the IPDPS workshop proceedings. With the objective of building the community, the organizers will facilitate piecing together a position paper reflecting the workshop discussions, co-authored by all participants and published at a suitable venue after the workshop. For more details on paper submission instructions, please visit the workshop webpage (https://paise.org).