SBAC-PAD is an international symposium, started in 1987, which has continuously presented an overview of new developments, applications, and trends in parallel and distributed computing technologies. SBACPAD is open for faculty members, researchers, specialists and graduate students around the world.
In this edition, the symposium will be held at the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, in Campo Grande, Brazil. Campo Grande, a city, planned in the midst of a vast green area with wide streets and avenues, is located in a plateau region, close to the great centers of the country - only 1h30min flight from São Paulo and Brasilia. The city is also an obligatory passage for the beginning of an eco-tourism adventure to those who propose to know the Pantanal and Bonito.
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts on a wide range of high-performance and distributed computing areas. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
Architecture and programming support for emerging domains (Big Data, Deep Learning, Machine learning, Cognitive Systems)
Benchmarking, performance measurements, and analysis
Cloud, cluster, and edge/fog computing systems
Embedded and pervasive systems
GPUs, FPGAs and accelerator architectures
Languages, compilers, and tools for parallel and distributed programming
Modeling and simulation methodology
Operating systems and virtualization
Parallel and distributed systems, algorithms, and applications
Power and energy-efficient systems
Processor, cache, memory, storage, and network architecture
Real-world applications and case studies
Reconfigurable, resilient and fault-tolerant systems
Edson Norberto Cáceres (UFMS, Brazil)
Ricardo Ribeiro dos Santos - Vice General Chair (UFMS, Brazil)
Eduard Ayguadé (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain)
Renato Ferreira (UFMG, Brazil)
Track 1 - Computer Architecture: Philippe Navaux (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
Track 2 - Programming models and runtimes for parallel systems: Antonio Peña (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain)
Track 3 - System software for distributed computing: Alan Sussman (University of Maryland)
Track 4 - Applications and performance evaluation: Ivona Brandic (Vienna University of Technology)
Paper submission can be done through EasyChair here.
Submissions must be in English, 8 pages maximum, following the IEEE conference formatting guidelines. To be published in the conference proceedings and to be eligible for publication at the IEEE Xplore, one of the authors must register at the full rate and present its work.
Abstract deadline: June 03, 2019June 17, 2019
Paper deadline: June 10, 2019June 24, 2019June 27, 2019