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PEARC20: Panel, BOF, and Visualization Submissions Due
- January 22nd: Tutorial and Workshop submissions due
- February 17th: Technical track full paper and Lightning Talk Abstracts submissions due
- February 24th: Student technical track full paper submissions due
- April 24th: Poster submissions due
- May 1st: Panel, BOF, and Viz Showcase submissions due
PEARC20 will explore the current Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing, including modeling, simulation, and data-intensive computing. PEARC20 will be in Portland, OR from July 26th-30th, 2020. This year’s theme, “Catch the Wave,” embodies the spirit of the community’s drive to stay in front of the new waves in technology, analytics, data, visualization, and a globally connected and diverse workforce.
PEARC20 brings together community thought leaders, CI professionals, and students to learn, share ideas, and craft the infrastructure of the future. The PEARC20 student program will provide students with a range of opportunities to participate in both student activities and the full technical program so that they may share their research efforts and gain insights and inspiration from like-minded individuals at the conference.
For more information, visit https://pearc.acm.org/pearc20/program/call-for-participation.
- Advanced research computing environments – Systems and System Software Application software, support, and outcomes
- Application software and support from research computing
- People enabling research computing – workforce development, diversity, and professionalization
- Trending now – Machine learning and artificial intelligence
PEARC Conference Series
ACM SIGHPC sponsors the PEARC conference series starting in 2020. As the world’s largest computing society, ACM strengthens the profession’s collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. The PEARC conference series provides a forum for discussing challenges, opportunities, and solutions among the broad range of participants in the research computing community.