Welcome to ICS'97
The ACM International Conference on Supercomputing is a forum for engineers
and scientists throughout the world to exchange ideas and research results
relating to high performance supercomputing systems. The 11th conference in
the series is being held in Vienna, Austria, from July 7th through July 11th,
1997. Vienna is the site of one of the oldest universities in the world,
which was the home of the Vienna Circle and Kurt Gödel and, in recent
years, became a European Center for high performance parallel computing.
The conference program includes
The social events include a reception by the Mayor of the City of Vienna, a
formal Conference Dinner at an 18th-century Palais, and an informal evening
at a typical Viennese wine restaurant.
- five keynote addresses by top-level researchers,
- 40 contributed papers,
- three workshops, all of which will take place on July 7th,
- two panel sessions,
- an exhibit, and
- an industrial session.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the many
individuals and institutions who contributed to this conference. Special
thanks are due to the Program Chair, Steve Wallach, the Vice Program Chairs,
Harry Wijshoff, Nikolay Mirenkov and Jim Smith, the other members of the
Conference Committee, and the Program Committee.
I welcome you at ICS'97!
Page last modified: July 2, 1997 (Bernd Wender)