ISC 2019 Call for PhD Forum
PLEASE NOTE: The Call for PhD Forum is closed!
The ISC High Performance conference is Europe’s largest international conference and exhibition for high performance computing (HPC), networking and storage. The ISC 2019 PhD Forum provides an opportunity for PhD students to present research results in a setting that sparks scientific exchange and lively discussions.
The PhD Forum consists of two parts:
- Set of back-to-back short lightning talks (swift, focused presentation of the PhD student’s research objectives and early results)
- Poster presentation session (starting point for engaging discussions with more in-depth information)
| Notification of Acceptance
||April 30, 2019|
| Final Presentation Slides in PDF due
||June 3, 2019|
| PhD Forum
||June 17, 2019|
|Final Posters in PDF due||June 21, 2019|
Springer, the international publisher specializing in science, technology and medicine, will again sponsor the call for PhD Forum with the ISC 2019 PhD Forum Award.
All PhD Forum presenters are eligible to receive travel support.
The presenters will be granted a free conference day pass to one presenter per PhD Forum contribution for the day of their presentation, Monday, June 17, 2019.
From all PhD Forum posters submitted to the conference, the ISC 2019 PhD Forum Program Commitee, which is headed by Prof. Dr. Florina Ciorba, University of Basel, with Prof. Dr. Martin Schulz, TU Munich, as Deputy Chair has selected the following PhD Forum posters for presentation at ISC 2019:
- (PhD01) A Fast Multipole Method for Training Neural Networks
- (PhD02) Scaling OpenPOWER Near-Memory Computing Architecture
- (PhD03) Design of Robust Scheduling Methodologies in High Performance Computing
- (PhD04) Multilevel Scheduling of Computations in Large-Scale Parallel Computing Systems
- (PhD05) Virtual Reality In Situ Visualization with Interactive Steering for Numerical Simulations
- (PhD06) Optimizing for Reconfigurable Computing with Structured Parallelism
- (PhD07) Parallel-In-Time Dynamo Simulations
- (PhD08) Petalisp - Towards Fully Dynamic Program Optimization
- (PhD09) In-Situ Simulation Data Compression for Climate Domain
- (PhD10) Smoothing Data Movement Between RAM and Storage for Reverse Time Migration
Topics may range from performance analysis to optimization, from tools to applications, and from software engineering to hardware architectures, with a cross-cut on reproducible and open-science research. Essentially, all areas covered in the call for research papers are also accepted for the PhD Forum submissions. We strongly encourage submissions by students in an early phase of their PhD track.
After the poster session, the PhD Forum Program Committee will elect one student to receive the "ISC 2019 PhD Forum Award”. The award is sponsored by Springer, the international publisher specializing in science, technology and medicine. The winner will receive a high-end tablet from Springer.
All PhD Forum presenters are eligible to receive travel support. The funding is provided by the DFG priority program 1648 "Software for Exascale Computing" (SPPEXA). A total of 4,500 euros will be distributed fairly according to the number of presenters and the regions of residence.
- Suitable for anonymous review
- Author information
- Summary of research objectives/early results (500 words maximum)
- Topic area
- One to five keywords
- Draft of the poster as PDF file, 1 page maximum (the final poster may not exceed A0 portrait paper size (841 mm x 1189 mm/33.1” x 46.8”) or A1 landscape paper size (594 mm x 841 mm/23.4” x 33.1”) (accepted posters can be revised based on reviewer feedback)
- Minimum 3 reviewers
- double-blind review
- Criteria: originality, significance, quality and clarity
Final decision (April 21, 2019)
- Notification of authors
Before ISC 2019
- Students who wish to participate in the ISC 2019 PhD Forum must not have defended their PhD thesis by the time of the conference (June 2019).
- By submitting a PhD Forum proposal, you agree to give a lightning talk and present a poster at the ISC 2019 PhD Forum in Frankfurt, Germany.
- PhD Forum presenters need to be registered ISC 2019 participants
- ISC organizers will grant a 100% discount on the conference day pass to one presenter per PhD Forum contribution for the day of their presentation.
- Poster presenters are responsible for creating, printing and transporting their posters to the conference. The final poster may not exceed A0 portrait paper size (841 mm x 1189 mm/33.1” x 46.8”) or A1 landscape paper size (594 mm x 841 mm/23.4” x 33.1”).
- Attendance will require at least an Exhibition Pass.
- Only posters of registered presenters will be admitted.
- The lightning talk consists of exactly five slides; the slide presentation is automatic and provides exactly 48 seconds for each slide.
- During the poster session, the presenters are required to be available at their posters for discussions.
- The ISC organizers will provide poster boards, numbers, topic areas, tape etc. for the poster session.
After ISC 2019:
- The presenters will have to provide a set of five slides (including a title slide) for their lightning talk by Monday, June 3, 2019 at the latest.
In addition to publishing PDFs of the posters in the online conference program, the ISC organizers will make the posters/presentation slides available online a week after the event, provided as PDF files. ISC 2019 attendees will receive an e-mail with the access link.
- Florina Ciorba, University of Basel, Switzerland (Chair)
- Martin Schulz, TU Munich, Germany (Deputy Chair)
- Eishi Arima, The University of Tokyo, Japan
- Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Technical University of Munich, Germany
- Christian Engelmann, NCSU, USA
- Georgios Goumas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
- Tanzima Islam, Western Washington University, USA
- Fuerlinger Karl, Ludwig Maximilian University Munich (LMU), Germany
- Harald Köstler, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
- Stefan Lankes, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
- Laércio Lima Pilla, CNRS, France
- Loris Marchal, CNRS, University of Lyon, France
- Gracia Ester Martin Garzon, Almeria University, Spain
- Diana Moise, Cray, Switzerland
- Raymond Namyst, University of Bordeaux, Inria, France
- Alessandro Papadopoulos, Mälardalen University, Sweden
- Olga Pearce, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
- Istvan Zoltan Reguly, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Hungary
- Rizos Sakellariou, University of Manchester, UK
- Bettina Schnor, University of Potsdam, Germany
- Emil Slusanschi, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
- Srishti Srivastava, University of Southern Indiana, USA
- Francieli Zanon Boito, INRIA, France