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ISC issues Call for Papers

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ISC'11, the 26th International Supercomputing Conference, taking place 19 to 23 June 2011, has urged engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government seeking an opportunity to share their research results in the computing and scientific disciplines to submit their original work by Sunday, 23 January 2011.

Papers reporting original work in theoretical, experimental and industrial research and development in the following areas are being sought:

• Architectures

Multicore/Manycore systems

Heterogeneous systems (FPGAs, GPGPUs etc.)

Network technology

• Algorithms and Analysis

Scalability on future architectures

Performance evaluation and tuning

• Future Trends

Exascale HPC

HPC in the Cloud

• Large Scale Simulations

Coupled simulations

Industrial simulations

• Storage and Data

File systems and tape libraries

Data intensive applications

Submissions on other innovative aspects of high-performance computing are also welcome.

Requirements are that all papers be written in English and submitted via the EasyChair conference system by 23 January 2011. Submissions will only be accepted in PDF format, that are correctly formatted using the Springer LaTeX style and do not exceed eight pages. Authors who submit papers must also agree to present their work at the ISC Scientific Sessions, held Monday, 20 June to Wednesday, 22 June, and be registered as ISC'11 participants.

Papers will be peer-reviewed by three reviewers and evaluated based on their novelty, fundamental insights and potential for long-term contribution. A maximum of 24 accepted papers will be published in a special edition of ‘Computer Science – Research and Development’ by Springer Verlag, Germany, which will be available at ISC'11 from 20 June onwards.