Michela Taufer taufer at udel.edu
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December 15, 2012 Release
See submission due dates in December and January
Dates listed below for each workshop

Deadline for submissions is January 14, 2013
Call for posters submission requirements posted
See www.ipdps.org and follow link

See details at http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013_commercial.html
See 2013 Patrons at http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013_patrons.html
27th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium
Boston-Cambridge, USA
20-24 May 2013
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Parallel Processing
In cooperation with ACM SIGARCH, IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Architecture, and IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing
Hosted by Boston University
In response to the IPDPS 2013 Call for Papers, 492 submissions were received by the October 1, 2012 deadline and are under review. Authors were invited to submit papers covering all areas of parallel and distributed processing that address topics of interest in the four areas of algorithms, applications, architecture and software. The papers selected will be presented in technical sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the conference along with daily keynote presentations. Author notification is December 23, 2012.

Martin Herbordt (Boston University, USA)
Charles C. (Chip) Weems (University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA)

Sanjay Ranka (University of Florida, USA)

Luc Boug? (ENS Cachan, France)
Bo Hong (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
The PhD Forum offers graduate students an opportunity to present a research poster describing their ongoing dissertation to the entire IPDPS conference audience and to submit a short paper for publication. The deadline for submissions is January 14, 2013. See details at www.ipdps.org.

Ayse Coskun (Boston University, USA)
IPDPS extends a special invitation to Boston area companies to consider participation in IPDPS 2013 to share in the benefits of associating with an international community of top researchers and practitioners in fields related to parallel processing and distributed computing. 
Details at http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013_commercial.html 
Current Patrons page at http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013_patrons.html

?mit V. ?ataly?rek (Ohio State University, USA)


IPDPS workshops, held on the first and last day of the conference, are a major part of the IPDPS week-long family of events. These workshops provide the IPDPS community an opportunity to explore special topics, and the goal of the workshops is to present work that is more preliminary and cutting-edge or that has more practical content than the more mature research presented in the main symposium. Proceedings of the workshops are published by the IEEE Digital Library and are distributed at the conference. 

Below is the list of workshops planned for 2013 in Boston with the due dates for submission of manuscripts.  Each is linked from the IPDPS Webpage at http://www.ipdps.org/ipdps2013/2013_workshops.html. Note that all workshops have their own Website and Call for Papers and may make changes in their submission requirements and due dates. Note that most workshops have a due date for submissions later than the author notification date of December 23rd for regular conference papers.

MONDAY WORKSHOPS - May 20th, 2013
HCW (7-Jan-2013)
--Heterogeneity in Computing Workshop 
RAW (16-Dec-2012)
--Reconfigurable Architectures Workshop 
HIPS (30-Dec-2012)
--High-Level Parallel Programming Models & Supportive Environments 
NIDISC (6-Jan-2013)
--Nature Inspired Distributed Computing 
HiCOMB (28-Dec-2012)
--High Performance Computational Biology 
APDCM (26-Dec-2012)
--Advances in Parallel and Distributed Computing Models 
CASS (6-Jan-2013)
--Communication Architecture for Scalable Systems 
HPPAC (14-Jan-2012)
--High-Performance, Power-Aware Computing 
HPGC (7-Jan-13)
--High-Performance Grid and Cloud Computing
ASHES (11-Jan-13)
--Accelerators and Hybrid Exascale Systems 
PLC (11-Jan-2013)
--Multicore and GPU Programming Models, Languages and Compilers 
EduPar (11-Jan-13)
--Parallel and Distributed Computing Education (NSF/TCPP Workshop)

PDSEC (31-Dec-2012)
--Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing 
DPDNS (30-Dec-2012)
--Dependable Parallel, Distributed  and Network-Centric Systems   
MTAAP (13-Jan-2013)
--Multi-Threaded Architectures and Applications 
LSPP (6-Jan-2013 )
--Large-Scale Parallel Processing 
PCO (4-Jan-2013)
--Parallel Computing and Optimization  
ParLearning (13-Jan-2013)
--Parallel and Distributed Computing for Machine Learning and Inference Problems 
HPDIC (1-Jan-2013)
--High Performance Data Intensive Computing  
CloudFlow (9-Jan-2013 )
--Workflow Models, Systems, Services and Applications in the Cloud 
JSSPP (17-Feb-2013)
--Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing
ViPES (21-Dec-2012)
--Virtual Prototyping of Parallel and Embedded Systems 


Michela Taufer

Associate Professor
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
University of Delaware

Phone: (302) 831 0071 
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E-Mail: taufer at acm.org
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