EuroMPI 2023 invites submissions for posters and short papers that showcase innovative contributions related to the Message Passing Interface (MPI) and related or competing models. We welcome contributions from both academia and industry, including early-stage work that presents new ideas, interesting preliminary results, or new directions for research.
Posters and short papers provide an excellent opportunity to present your work to the community, receive constructive feedback, and establish collaborations with researchers and practitioners in the field of parallel programming. We encourage submissions from all areas of message-passing parallel programming, including but not limited to:
- MPI and heterogeneous programming
- Challenges and opportunities with new networking hardware
- New interfaces for MPI
- Testing of MPI programs
- Challenges and opportunities of dynamicity/malleability in MPI
- Usage of MPI in workflows
- Performance evaluations of MPI on various payloads
- Possible limitations of MPI for specific use cases
- Comparison with alternative approaches (PGAS, DSLs, etc.)
Tools, Models and Monitoring:
- Tools and approaches for profiling and monitoring MPI programs
- Performance models and algorithms studies linked with MPI
- New introspection and profiling interfaces
All submissions will undergo a peer-review process, with each submission receiving at least two reviews. The reviews are single-blind, and the names of the authors will be seen by the reviewers.
Accepted posters and short papers will be presented during the poster session at EuroMPI 2023, providing an excellent opportunity for networking and discussions with the conference attendees. The accepted short papers and posters will be published informally on the conference website. We encourage all researchers and practitioners to submit their innovative work for poster or short paper presentation at EuroMPI 2023. We look forward to your submissions and to seeing you in Bristol.
- Short papers and posters submission deadline: 1st July 2023 AoE
- Short papers and posters notification: 10th July 2023 AoE
- Camera-ready version: TBD
Poster submissions should include the following items:
- An extended abstract with a maximum length of 3 pages (including figures and references). The extended abstract should be formatted according to the "sigconf" style in the ACM 2017 Template. The Overleaf template for LaTeX users can be found here.
- A draft of the poster. It is not necessary to include complete results; placeholders for last-minute results are acceptable.
- The poster can be in the traditional A0 page size (portrait or landscape) or any other page format, including multi-page documents.
- The poster should be submitted in PDF format.
Short papers submissions should include the following items:
- A title and a short abstract (maximum 250 words)
- A short paper (5 pages maximum, including figures and references, formatted according to the "sigconf" style in the ACM 2017 Template. The Overleaf template for LaTeX users can be found here).