[NotiAMCA] 3rd High-Performance Computing Symposium-Buenos Aires

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Jue Abr 15 13:15:05 ART 2010

 3rd High-Performance Computing Symposium   Overview

Building on the great success of the first two editions of the HPC symposium
in 2008 and 2009, this year's conference aims to bring together researchers, 
developers, and users of HPC to discuss new ideas, experiences, and problems. 
HPC2010 will be part of the 39th Argentine Conference of Informatics (39 
JAIIO), the international conference of the Argentine Society for Informatics
(SADIO), to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on August 2010. The use and 
development of High-Performance Computing (HPC) in Latin America is steadily 
growing. New challenges come from the new capabilities provided by clusters,
grids, and distributed systems for HPC, promoting research and innovation in
this area.

The main goal of HPC2010 is to provide a regional forum fostering the growth
of the HPC community in Latin America through the exchange and dissemination 
of new ideas, techniques, and research in HPC.

The symposium will feature invited talks from academy and industry,
tutorials, short- and full-paper sessions presenting both mature work and new 
ideas in research and industrial applications.

Topics of Interest

Suggested topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:

·    Distributed and Grid Computing

·    Parallel Algorithms and Architectures

·    High Performance Applications

·    High Performance Software Tools

·    Virtualization in High Performance Computing

·    Visualization and Data Management

·    Cloud Computing

·    Tools and Environments for High Performance System Engineering

·    Component Technologies for High Performance Computing

·    Parallelism and Data Sharing on Multi-core Architectures

·    Graphics Processing Units and specialized computing elements in High 
Performance Computing

·    Country-wide Grid Initiatives 

Instructions for Authors

Submissions of short- and full-papers must be written in English, and
prepared according to Springer's LNCS style (guidelines are available at:
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). Papers must not have been
previously published or submitted elsewhere. All contributions should be
submitted in Ghostview-readable Postscript or PDF formats. Submissions will
be handled electronically. Further detaills will be available soon. The
authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented
at the symposium. At least one author of each accepted paper must be duly
registered for the symposium in order for the paper to be scheduled in the
papers session and to appear in the Symposium and 39 JAIIO proceedings.

Symposia at 39Jaiio use SADIO's conference management system to handle

To upload your contribution you first need to register and sign in.

The following links provide detailed instructions about registration and
submission, direct access to the user registration form, and direct access to 
the submission form.

Regular Full-Length Papers

Full papers must not exceed 16 pages, including name, affiliation and
address of the author(s), figures, tables, and references, and an abstract
of no more than 200 words. All full paper submissions will be carefully
reviewed by at least two experts and returned to the author(s) with comments
to ensure the high quality of accepted papers. Full papers accepted for the
program will appear in the proceedings.

Short Papers/Extended Abstracts

Authors are invited to submit short papers (also called Extended Abstracts)
for results that are too late to be submitted as regular full-length papers.
Short papers must not exceed 4 pages. Short papers accepted for the program
will appear in the proceedings (in short form - not expanded to full papers
- and with Extended Abstract in the title) and be presented orally during
the symposium (in suitably shorter speaking slots) as a regular part of the

Symposium Information

Up-to-date information about the program and the symposium organization can
be found at http://hpc2010.hpclatam.org

Important Dates

Submission deadline: May, 3rd 2010

Acceptance notification: June, 14th 2010

Final version (camera ready) deadline: June 28th 2010

Venue Information

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Program Committee Chairs

·    Marcela Printista, Universidad Nacional de San Luis

·    Esteban Mocskos, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Committee Members

·    Roberto Bevilacqua, Comisión Nacional de Energia Atomica, Universidad de 
Buenos Aires,   Universidad Nacional de San Martin

·    Miguel Angel Cavaliere, Tenaris Siderca and Universidad de Buenos Aires

·    Adrián Cristal, Barcelona Supercomputing Center

·    Diego Crupnicoff, Mellanox Technologies

·    Carlos Garcia Garino, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo

·    Mariano Camilo González Lebrero, Universidad de Buenos Aires

·    Gonzalo Hernández Oliva, Universidad de Chile

·    Mariano Camilo González Lebrero, Universidad de Buenos Aires

·    Dan Hirsch, Intel de Argentina

·    Marcos Martins, Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.

·    Patricia Paredes, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba

·    Pablo Minnini, Universidad de Buenos Aires

·    Thomas Sterling, Louisiana State University

·    Mario Storti, Universidad Nacional del Litoral

·    Patricia Tissera, IAFE - Universidad de Buenos Aires

·    Mariano Vázquez, Barcelona Supercomputing Center

·    Ricardo Medel, Intel Argentina Contact Information

E-Mail: hpc2010 at hpclatam.org
More information and previous editions

home: www.hpclatam.org

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