Website to Open April 8 for SC2002 Program Content
Deadline Date is Friday, April 26
BALTIMORE, April 8, 2002Program submissions are now being
accepted for SC2002, the annual conference of high performance networking
and computing. This year's conference, with the theme "From Terabytes
to Insights," will include seven days of technical programs, technological
demonstrations and exhibits, and educational outreach. The conference
convenes Nov. 16-22 in the Baltimore Convention Center.
SC program submissions will be accepted via the Web for panels, posters,
technical papers (extended abstracts), and tutorials. The submissions
pages can be accessed from the SC2002 Technical Program Web page: . Click
on your area of interest to access the appropriate submission form. The
submission deadline for papers, panels and tutorials is Friday, April
26. April 26 is also the deadline for submitting research exhibit requests,
and for applications to participate in the SC2002 Education Program. The
deadline for poster submissions is July 29.
In addition, technical papers will be entered in the Gordon Bell Award
competition if they are identified as a Gordon Bell Award entry. Each
paper must also identify the prize category for which it is to be considered.
For more on the Gordon Bell Awards, see the Awards section of the SC2002
"The SC conference has a tradition of presenting the best technical
program content in the field," said Conference Chair Roscoe Giles
of Boston University. "This year, we expect that leaders and experts
from the nation and the world will contribute to making this the most
impressive technical program to date."
April 26: technical papers, tutorials, panels, research
exhibit space requests, Gordon Bell Award nominations, Education Program
May 27: HPC Challenge submissions due
July 29: Birds of a Feather, posters, Exhibitor Forum, student
volunteer applications, research exhibit abstracts due
SC2002, the annual high performance networking and computing conference,
brings together scientists, engineers, systems administrators, programmers,
and managers to share ideas and glimpse the future of high performance
networking and computing, data analysis and management, visualization,
and computational modeling.
SC2002 is sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Computer Society and by the Association for Computing Machinery's Special
Interest Group on Computer Architecture. For more, see .
Jon Bashor, JBashor@lbl.gov
Berkeley National Laboratory