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[HTCondor-users] SC 14 Doctoral Showcase Program - deadline July 31


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                           CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS


                  SC'14 - Doctoral Showcase Program






****                SUBMISSIONS DUE: JULY 31, 2014       *******



The Doctoral Showcase Program invites graduating Ph.D. students in high-performance

computing, networking, storage and analysis to present a summary of their

dissertation research and engage in stimulating discussions with the SC community.

This program provides an ideal opportunity for senior researchers and prospective

employers in academia, research laboratories and industry to interact

with graduating Ph.D.s. Please encourage your students to participate.


Submissions must include original work, and may include results that have been

previously presented by the student in other forums. Students are asked to submit

an abstract of their talk, a two-page summary of their research, a poster draft,

publications list and three slides on their major results for consideration by

the Doctoral Showcase Committee. The authors of the accepted submissions will be

invited to present their work at SC14. To increase the visibility of the work

and foster discussion, each accepted submission will be presented in two forms:

podium and poster presentation.





- Submission deadline:     July 31, 2014.

- Acceptance notification: September 8, 2014.





For further information, please visit SC'14 Doctoral Showcase Program website

at http://sc14.supercomputing.org/program/doctoral-showcase-program, or contact

the Doctoral Showcase Co-Chairs at doc-showcase@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx







Michela Becchi, University of Missouri

Karen L. Karavanic, Portland State University




Roger D. Chamberlain, Washington University

Jacqueline Chame, Information Sciences Institute

Arun Chauhan, Indiana University

Trilce Estrada, University of New Mexico

Michael Gerndt, Technical University Munich

Kamil Iskra, Argonne National Laboratory

Alice Koniges, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Kamesh Madduri, Pennsylvania State University

Catherine Olschanowsky, Colorado State University

Martin Schulz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Melissa C. Smith, Clemson University

Matthew E. Tolentino, Intel Corporation

Richard Vuduc, Georgia Institute of Technology

Ziliang Zong, Texas State University