- Call for submissions is closed.
- A limited number of late submissions may still be accepted. Please email late submissions to email@example.com.
- March 18th, 2012: Acceptance notification
The AHPCS 2011 will host three workshops on Thursday, May 17th. The goal of these workshops will be to bring together experts from a spectrum of disciplines to discuss ideas on how accelerator technologies can be used in HPC. The workshops will be divided into three categories: Hardware and System Design, Software and Runtime Development, and Methods and Application Development. Experts in domain science, applied mathematics, computational science, computer science and computer architecture are invited to submit presentations for the following sub-categories:
- System Design, Novel Architectures and Reconfigurable Computing
- Application Development: Programming Models, Libraries, Tools and Techniques
- Methods Development and Domain Specific Science Applications
- Runtime Systems, Fault Tolerance and OS
- Tools, Techniques and Performance Analysis
- Data Science and Real-Time Data Processing
Those interested in presenting should submit a one to four page abstract (.pdf or .doc format) detailing their work and how it applies to large-scale accelerated, hybrid or heterogeneous computing. All submissions should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions will be reviewed by the symposium committee, with selected submissions invited for oral presentation during one of the workshops.
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This will be a two-day event scheduled around the GTC keynote and exhibition times. Day one will be a plenary session with invited speakers from the National Laboratories, industry and academia. Day two will consist of a set of workshops in several relevant areas. Workshops will meet at the end of the second day to organize vendor feedback.
AHPCS will be co-located with the GPU Technology Conference 2012, May 14-17 in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Registration for AHPCS is included with full registration for GTC. Stand-alone registration is also available through the GTC website.