SACSIS




May 22-24, 2013
SENDAI, JAPAN


Call for Papers: The Eleventh Symposium on Advanced Computing Systems and Infrastructures (SACSIS 2013)

Date: 22 May (Wed.), 2013∼24 May (Fri.), 2013
Place: Sendai International Center

Important Dates

18 Jan. 2013, 17:00 (JST)Deadline of Advance Registration for Regular & Exploratory short papers
25 Jan. 2013, 17:00 (JST)Deadline for Regular & Exploratory short papers submissios
19 Mar. 2013Acceptance Notification fo Regular & Exploratory short papers
TBADetails of Poster Paper Submision

Overview

SACSIS (Symposium on Advanced Computing Systems and Infrastructures) is a forum that started at year 2003. The eleventh event of this series happens in Sendai, from May 22 (Wed) thru 24 (Fri), 2013. The general interests include but are not limited to:

We widely solicit papers that describe novel ideas, experiences useful to others including implementation and case studies, systems and infrastructures of practical importance from the following fields.

Submission Categories

[Regular Papers]

  1. High quality papers that established significant results and ideas are solicited in this category. Papers must be written in Japanese or English, and must be within eight A4 pages. They must be original work that have not appeared in or are under review for other peer-reviewed conferences or journals, domestic or international, of all categories including regular papers, letters, technical notes, and post-deadline papers (the rule is different from ACS transaction). Papers that appeared in journals or conferences whose publications (e.g. proceedings) do not have ISBN or ISSN can be submitted.
  2. SACSIS gives a best paper award to the best paper in this category. It is selected based on significance and quality of the research as well as its presentation in the paper.

  3. SACSIS gives young researcher award to up to three papers written by young researchers. To be eligible, the primary author of the paper must be approximately thirty or younger. The awards aim at honoring promising young researchers and appreciate researches that offer interesting view points and hopes in their further developments.

[*** Transaction on ACS: Special issue on SACSIS ***]

  1. From the last year, there are no calls for SACSIS/ACS combined (simultaneous) submissions, which SACSIS/ACS used to solicit in past years. There will instead be a special issue on SACSIS in the ACS transaction, which will be announced about three weeks after the notification of SACSIS review results. In this issue, submissions based on a paper that appeared in SACSIS is refereed by the same referees who reviewed the SACSIS paper, and thus will be reviewed faster than regular submissions. SACSIS committee encourages authors to submit papers based on their SACSIS papers to this special issue. Please note, however, that the special issue is judged according to the criterion of ACS transaction, which are not identical to those of SACSIS.

  2. Remarks: there will be call for papers to ACS transaction in mid December before SACSIS; papers submitted to this issue of ACS transaction cannot be submitted to SACSIS.

[Exploratory short papers]

  1. Papers that explore promising directions with useful results and ideas are solicited in this category. Papers must be written in Japanese or English, and must be within four A4 pages. We not only welcome papers that have established results but also appreciate research in progress of which the community looks forward to further development. They must be original work that have not appeared in or are under review for other peer-reviewed conferences or journals, domestic or international, of all categories including regular papers, letters, technical notes, and post-deadline papers (the rule is different from ACS transaction). Papers that appeared in journals or conferences whose publications (e.g. proceedings) do not have ISBN or ISSN can be submitted.

  2. Remarks: similarly to regular papers, papers submitted to the issue of ACS transaction due in December cannot be submitted to SACSIS.

[Poster papers]

  1. There will be call for poster papers after the notification of regular/exploratory papers. Submissions will be open in mid March.

  2. Poster papers are also reviewed, but we actively accept early-stage researches, problem-raising researches, etc. and provide a place to discuss them with symposium participants.

  3. SACSIS gives excellent poster award and excellent student poster award. The former will be given to the best poster among all accepted posters. The latter will be selected from posters presented by students.

[Type setting instructions and author kit]

The authors should choose one of the following tracks that most closely match your work. In case the work does not clearly fit any particular track or it is difficult to choose one with other reasons, it may be left unspecified. The program committee will then decide an appropriate track. When appropriate, the committee may also move your submission to a track different from the one specified.
Track A: Applications and algorithms (chair : Takeshi Iwashita)
Computational science, simulations, high performance computing, numerical algorithm and libraries, auto tuning, large-scale data processing algorithms, power-saving algorithms, algorithmic fault tolerance
Track B: Programming and systems software (chair: Hiroshi Inoue)
Operating systems, programming language design and implementation, virtualization technology, data intensive computing systems (MapReduce, KVS), file systems, databases, cloud computing, cyber-physical systems, grid computing, security, communication libraries, wide area networking, large scale system management and evaluation
Track C: System architecture (chair: Kenji Kise)
system architecture, network architecture, memory architecture, processor architecture, heterogeneous architecture (GPU, many cores), reconfigurable systems, embedded systems, application-specific architecture, dependable systems, low power design


Paper Submission

Please submit your paper from Paper Submission Page .

Contact

Symposium:General management committee chair Yuko Oshima
Paper submission: Program vice chair (papers)Atsuko Takefusa
Public relation: Publicity chairRyusuke Egawa
http://sacsis.hpcc.jp/2013/contact.html
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