*NEW* ACCEPTED PAPERS RECEIVED *NEW*
HPCS is a multi-disciplinary meeting to discuss new and exciting scientific and technical work involving High Performance Computing. Researchers from all disciplines in the sciences, engineering, mathematics and applied human sciences are invited to participate. All papers will be refereed. Both oral presentations and posters sessions will be available.
Students are particularly encouraged to submit papers.
There will be multiple parallel paper sessions as well as poster presentations, industrial events and discussion forums.
HPCS 2005 has designated eight themes but all relevant HPC and HPC-related research will be considered. The themes are (but are not restricted to):
1. Computational Sciences and Engineering
All accepted papers will appear in the proceedings to be published by the IEEE.
There is a 7 page limit on papers. Paper format.
To submit papers OR for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3rd annual OSCAR (Open Source Cluster Application Resources) Symposium will be held in conjunction with HPCS 2005, as per below
With over 130,000 downloads since its first public release in April 2001, OSCAR’s popularity speaks to its effectiveness in providing cluster installation, management, and computing software stack. OSCAR is a snapshot of best-known methods for building, programming and using clusters. OSCAR started as a traditional Beowulf software stack, has expanded in recent years to embrace numerous cluster computing styles including diskless, high-availability, scalable systems, and single system image. The project is an open effort among industry, academic and research groups to help simplify the setup and management of computing clusters. Further information is available at the OSCAR web site, http://oscar.openclustergroup.org/.
Topics of interest:
Authors are encouraged
to submit papers related to OSCAR software stack – including
but not limited to the following:
Submit papers via email@example.com
PostScript or PDF files will be accepted.
Please refer to the above instructions to format your short paper. There is a limit of 3 pages per short paper in this format which is included in the cost of your registration.