SC14 Workshop Proposals Due on 7 February

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 10 January 2014 -- If you're interested in hosting a workshop at SC14, submit your proposal by 7 February. Proposals are being accepted for independently planned full-, half-, or multi-day workshops.

Workshops complement the overall SC technical program. The goal is to expand the knowledge base of practitioners and researchers in a particular subject area providing a focused, in-depth venue for presentations, discussion, and interaction. Workshop proposals will be peer-reviewed academically with a focus on submissions that will inspire deep and interactive dialogue in topics of interest to the HPC community.

For more information, visit http://sc14.supercomputing.org/program/workshops or email workshops@info.supercomputing.org. Proposals can be submitted at https://submissions.supercomputing.org/.
 

SC14 will be held in New Orleans from 16-21 November 2014. Spotlighting the most original and fascinating scientific and technical applications from around the world, SC14 will once again bring together the HPC community – an unprecedented array of scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, students, programmers, system administrators, and developers – for an exceptional program of technical papers, tutorials, timely research posters, and Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions.

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