“This is the conference that attracts the best minds in industry, academia and government and our attendees know they will gain insights into the future of high performance computing technologies and how they will affect everything from scientific discovery to product development to education,” said Scott Lathrop, SC11 General Chair.
The SC11 conference is the 24th in the Supercomputing series and will take place on Nov. 12 – 18, 2011 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. SC11 will offer peered-reviewed papers, panel discussions with researchers and industry leaders, posters, tutorials, workshops, a doctoral showcase and more.
Submissions for most areas of the SC11 technical program are now being accepted. Visualization Showcase submissions will be accepted beginning in mid March. Abstracts for technical papers and ACM Gordon Bell Prize nominations are due April 1. Full final papers and ACM Gordon Bell Prize nominations are due April 8, as are submissions for panels, tutorials and workshops.
Submissions for the Student Cluster Competition, which showcases student teams competing to build a small computing cluster, are due by April 15 and State of the Practice reports are due May 20. All submissions should be made online.
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