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January 06, 2009
HAMBURG, Germany, Jan. 6 -- ISC'09, the 24th meeting of the International Supercomputing Conference, is seeking papers from researchers in computing and scientific disciplines reporting original work in theoretical, experimental and industrial research and development. The deadline for submissions is Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009.
ISC'09, the premier supercomputing event in Europe, will be held June 23-26, 2009, in Hamburg, Germany. Selected papers will be presented during Scientific Sessions on Tuesday, June 23. the day features first-class open forums for engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present and discuss issues, trends and results that will shape the future of high performance computing and networking.
ISC'09 is seeking papers reporting original work in theoretical, experimental and industrial research and development in the following areas:
Full papers of not more than eight pages should be submitted in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009. All papers must be written in English. Papers will be peer-reviewed by three reviewers and will be evaluated based on their originality, fundamental insights and potential for long-term contribution. Authors who submit papers must also agree to present their papers at ISC'09.
A maximum of 24 accepted papers will be published in a special edition of "Computer Science--Research and Development," Springer Verlag, Germany, available at ISC'09 from June 23 on. The ISC'09 Award Committee will choose two papers for the ISC Awards, which will be presented to the winners during the ISC'09 Opening Session. Intel and Sun Microsystems will each sponsor one of the ISC'09 Awards.
For more information, see http://www.supercomp.de/isc09/Participate/Call-for-Papers.
Now in its 24th year, ISC is the longest-running conference for the high performance computing community, offering a strong three-day technical program with a wide range of expert speakers and exhibits from leading research centers and vendors. A number of events compliment the technical program and exhibits, including Scientific Day, Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions, a poster session, Exhibitor Forum and the popular "Hot Seat Sessions" featuring leaders from industry and research centers. The conference has experienced tremendous growth over the last few years, with an estimated 1,500 participants from around the world expected to convene in Hamburg.
"Hamburg has long be known as Germany's gateway to the world and ISC'09 will be the gateway to the global HPC community," said Conference Chairman Prof. Hans Werner Meuer of the University of Mannheim. "The size of our conference and the mix of people who attend allows for some very interesting discussions and productive interactions and we look forward to papers on research results that will shape the future of high performance computing and networking."
ISC'09 will be held for the first time in Hamburg, Germany's largest port and a European center for media, aviation and technology. The conference will convene in the Congress Center Hamburg, easily accessible to international flights and rail. For more information about the conference, see http://www.supercomp.de/isc09/.
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