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16th Annual ACM 
International Conference 
on 
Supercomputing

June 22-26, 2002

New York City

Sponsored by ACM/SIGARCH

 

 

Come to New York City for ICS'02!

On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the 16th ACM International Conference on Supercomputing, I am pleased to announce its advance program. ICS is the premier international forum for the presentation of research results in high-performance computing systems. This year, we have an excellent technical program consisting of 31 papers selected from 144 submissions, three outstanding keynote speakers (Tetsuya Sato, Director-General, Earth Simulator Center, Japan; Alfred Z. Spector, Vice President, Services and Software, IBM Research; David Kuck, Intel Fellow, Director, KAI Software Lab), three panel discussions and five tutorials on exciting current topics. ICS'02 is accompanied by 3 workshops: Self-Healing, Adaptive and Self-managed Systems; Caching, Coherence, and Consistency; Performance Optimization via High-Level Languages and Libraries.

I would especially encourage students to submit papers to the ICS'02 workshops (still accepting submissions) and to attend ICS'02. There will be various awards for student presentations (courtesy of ACM), as well as student travel grants (courtesy of Intel, IBM and SIGARCH). We also have arranged for low-cost housing for students at Columbia University. ICS'02 offers an opportunity to meet experts in the field, both from the academia and the industry.

The ICS'02 conference will be held at Columbia University in New York City, June 22-26, 2002. New York City needs no introduction: it is a whimsical mix of architecture, art, music, and the vanguards of business -- you may decide to stay there! Columbia University is an established Ivy League school, and is one of the top educational centers in the United States. The Columbia campus houses impressive turn-of-the-century architectures, and is only minutes away from the city center by subway.

I hope you will consider attending ICS'02. I am looking forward to seeing you at New York City in June!

Dr. Kemal Ebcioglu,
ICS'02 General Chair,
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
kemal@watson.ibm.com


 News:

6/30/02 - 26 student travel grants were given out at ICS'02. ICS'02 also gave out 12 awards to students. The list of paper and presentation awards can be found here.

6/26/02 - ICS'02 reached a total of 166 registrants (121 for the main conference). Thank you for coming to New York City! We hope to see to you at the next ICS. You can watch this space for announcements about the next ICS.

6/25/02 - Slides for almost half of the talks and some of the panels are available online. Enjoy! Presenters - please remember to send your slides to stodghil@cs.cornell.edu

6/24/02 - As the speakers submit their slides, they are being added to the program. Look for them here.

6/24/02 - The conference begins! We will continue to update the website throughout the conference, so watch this space!

6/14/02 - BRING YOUR WIRELESS CARD TO ICS'02. Thanks to Columbia University, wireless network connectivity (802.11b) will be available in the rooms where the ICS'02 tutorials, workshops and technical sessions will be held. We plan to have some of the tutorial and workshop proceedings available online during the sessions, so bring your wireless card. More details are available at http://www.columbia.edu/acis/networks/wireless/

6/11/02 - The final registration deadline has been extended to June 26th. You can register online here.

5/22/02 - The early registration deadline has been extended to May 29th. You can register online here.

Also, we suggest that you make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. The Astor-on-the-Park Hotel cutoff date is TODAY. The Lucerne Hotel cutoff date is May 29th.

5/15/02 - The ACM's press release for ICS'02 can be found here.

5/3/02 - Clarification: the final paper submission is May 8th.

 

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