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Call for papers at ISC'10

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Researchers seeking an opportunity to share their research results in the computing and scientific disciplines at next year's International Supercomputing Conference, ISC'10, have to submit their work by 11 January 2010.

ISC'10 encourages papers reporting original work in theoretical, experimental and industrial research and development in the following areas: innovative architectures; applicability of new programming concepts; and data management and storage systems.

Full papers of not more than eight pages should be submitted in PDF format to submit.paper@supercomp.de by the deadline. All papers must be written in English. Papers will be peer-reviewed by three reviewers and will be evaluated based on their novelty, fundamental
insights and potential for long-term contribution. Authors who submit papers must also agree to present their work at ISC'10, which takes place from 31 May - 3 June 2010 in Hamburg, Germany.

A maximum of 24 accepted papers will be published in a special edition of Computer Science – Research and Development by Springer Verlag, Germany, available at the show. The ISC’10 Scientific Program Committee will consider and select suitable papers for the Scientific Sessions. The ISC'10 Award Committee, on the other hand, will decide on two best papers for the ISC Award and PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe) Award respectively,
which will be presented to the winners during the event's Opening Session.
The authors of the ISC and PRACE Award winning papers will also be presented the opportunity to give a keynote talk on their work at the  Scientific Session on 31 May 2010.