Call for Papers
This is a visible and important international meeting for parallel scientific computing and parallel numerical algorithms. The conference provides a forum for communication among the applied mathematics and scientific computing communities and researchers in other disciplines, such as computer science and geoscience.
For this ninth conference, we have chosen to emphasize the interaction with application scientists who have large scale computation, data, and storage needs which lead to the use of parallel machines.The conference will be held jointly with the Fifth SIAM Conference on Geosciences, with overlap sessions planned to encourage interaction among participants of both meetings. In addition, some of the invited speakers will be talking about parallel computing opportunities in novel application domains.
How to Contribute
The organizing committee invites proposals for minisymposia in areas related to the conference themes. A minisymposium consists of four related talks of 30 minutes each (including time for discussion). Prospective minisymposium organizers are asked to submit a proposal consisting of a title, a description (not exceeding 100 words), and a list of speakers and titles of their presentations. Each minisymposium speaker should submit a 75-word abstract and a 2-page extended abstract in LaTeX format to email@example.com. To obtain a minisymposium proposal form, please complete and submit the request for information reply form, or e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. The form is also available at www.siam.org/meetings/miniform.htm.
Presentations in Lecture or Poster Format
Contributions in lecture or poster format are invited in all areas of parallel processing and scientific computing consistent with the conference themes. Each contributor must submit a 75-word abstract and a 2-page extended abstract in LaTeX format to email@example.com. Submissions must include a title, author(s) names and affiliations, and the postal address, e-mail, telephone number, and fax of the submitting author. Accepted papers will be assigned by the organizing committee to either a lecture presentation or a poster. Contributors should indicate which format they prefer. A poster presentation consists of the use of visual aids, such as 8.5" x 11" sheets for mounting on a 4' x 6' poster board and will be presented in an informal setting that allows presenters to discuss their research with individual attendees. A poster board will be available at the conference for each poster presenter.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to limit the number of contributed presentations an individual speaker may present.
Every presenter of either a minisymposium or contributed or poster presentation must submit both a 75-word abstract and a two-page extended abstract to be considered for presentation and enclosure in the proceedings. Submissions must be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by using the LaTeX macro for both brief and extended abstracts available at www.siam.org/tex/confs/conftex.htm. The extended abstracts will be reviewed by the organizing committee. If accepted, the authors will be notified to prepare their papers for the proceedings. The brief abstracts will appear in the final program.
Dates to Remember
Deadline for submission of minisymposium proposals.
Deadline for submission of minisymposium speakers 75-word and 2-page extended abstracts.
Deadline for submission of 75-word and 2-page extended abstracts for either a contributed lecture or poster format.
Deadline for papers from accepted authors for inclusion in proceedings.
Authors will be notified as to whether or not their 2-page extended abstracts have been accepted by October 16, 1998.
The conference program, registration, hotel, and transportation information will be available on the Web in November 1998.
Questions? E-mail email@example.com
March 22-24, 1999
Adam's Mark San Antonio-Riverwalk Hotel
San Antonio, Texas
Sponsored by SIAM Activity Group on Supercomputing
Held jointly for the first time with the
Fifth SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences
And immediately preceding the Parallel Processing conference on Sunday, March 21, 1999
Short Course on PETSc
The principal themes include, but are not limited to:
Scalable Algorithms and Implementations
Meeting the ASCI Challenge: Terascale Scientific Simulation
Steven F. Ashby, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
PARASOL, A Parallel Library for Large Sparse Linear Systems
Petter E. Bjørstad, University of Bergen, Norway
Merging Advanced Microscopy with Advanced Computing
Mark Ellisman, University of California, San Diego
Climate Modeling on US-Made High-End Parallel Computers:
Formulations, Machine Considerations, and Results
Albert J. Semtner, Naval Postgraduate School and National Center for Atmospheric Research
Synthetic Environments for Modeling Subsurface and
Mary F. Wheeler, University of Texas, Austin
Three tutorials will be conducted on Sunday, March 21, prior to the conference. The first will be an all-day tutorial on PETSc, a system for writing large-scale scientific applications modeled by partial differential equations. The other two will each be half-day tutorials. One will be on the MPI-2 message passing interface and the other on the new OpenMP parallel programming interface.
Short Course on PETSc
Organizers and Lecturers:
Satish Balay, Bill Gropp, Lois Curfman McInnes and Barry Smith, Argonne National Laboratory
Short Course on MPI-2
Organizers and Lecturers:
Purushotham Bangalore and Tony Skjellum, Mississippi State University
Short Course on OpenMP
Organizer and Lecturer:
Chuck Koelbel, Rice University
The proceedings will be available at the conference in CD-ROM format only. It will be included in the registration fee. Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be notified by October 16, 1998. Instructions for preparing your paper in a postscript format will be sent at the same time. Your PostScript file and hard copy of your paper must reach the SIAM office by December 22, 1998 to be included in the proceedings. This is a firm deadline. Papers received after December 22 will not be included.