The 17th Annual International Symposium on
High Performance Computing Systems and Applications
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Call of papers

Deadlines
Manuscript submission (free format)   January 17, 2003
Notification of acceptance   February 14, 2003
Final manuscript (camera ready)   March 14, 2003
Format Initial manuscript submission need only be in PDF or Postscript without sources, without final formatting.

The final manuscript (due March 14, 2003) must contain no more than 6 pages of text (two-column). With illustrations, the total length must no exceed 8 two-column pages.

Please see the following instructions (PDF).

A LaTeX template is available.

The submission package must contain a PDF or Postscript Camera-ready copy, as well as the sources of the paper (Word, LaTeX, etc.).

In addition, the following copyright transfer form must be filled and sent to the address indicated.
Conditions Only registered speakers will have their paper published
Submission The whole submission process is to be electronic only. Send your manuscripts to: hpcs2003@usherbrooke.ca
Spirit HPCS is a multidisciplinary meeting, organized around aspects of High-Performance computing. Papers must be of a high scientific value, but must also be accessible to a wide audience of HPC users. For instance, papers on scientific applications should be written in such a way as to give systems specialists a basic understanding of the objective and methods of the application. On the other hand, more technical papers on systems should be at least partly accessible to scientists using HPC. This can be minimally achieved by a non technical introduction stating the context and the purpose of research, as well as a conclusion stating the basic results.
Posters A poster session is planned. People willing to present a poster must send a title and short abstract to hpcs2003@usherbrooke.ca before April 19, 2003. No strict format is required, as long as it is reasonable.