Call for Papers
ICPP 2017 will be organized around the following tracks:
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including processor; memory; I/O; network; instruction-, thread- and
data-level parallelism; accelerators & other special-purpose hardware;
including combinatorial and numerical; scheduling; power- aware/energy-efficient;
machine learning; modeling & analysis; scalability
including big data; data analytics; computational
science & engineering (e.g., aerospace, arts; biology,
finance, geology); scalability
including systems software; middleware; programming models,
languages, and environments; compilers; operating systems; run-time
systems; resource management; performance modeling and evaluation
27 February 2017 15 March 2017 (11:59:59 PM AoE)
Author notification: 8 May 2017
Camera-ready paper due: 26 May 2017
Registration deadline: 30 June 2017
Paper Submission Guidelines
Paper submissions should be formatted according to the
standard double-column format
with a font size of 10 pt or larger and a maximum of 10 letter-size (8.5" x 11") pages.
Submissions should represent original research results and may not already be under review
or accepted for publication in another venue. Papers should be submitted to
EasyChair - ICPP 2017.
Proceedings & Policies
Proceedings of the conference and workshops will be available on CD or USB at the conference and
published to IEEE Xplore and CSDL for EI indexing.
Author Registration Policy
- All papers in the main conference and workshops must have a full (non-student) registration associated with them.
- Authors presenting multiple papers would pay an "Additional Paper Fee" of US$200 for each extra paper.
- Authors must register by 30 June 2017 for their papers to appear in the proceedings.
- Your registration will allow you to attend both the conference and workshop
sessions, the reception, the banquet, and coffee breaks.
Invitation Letters for Visa Applications
- Invitation letters will only be issued to attendees who have paid their registration fees in full
and are eligible to travel to the United Kingdom.
- Attendees will need to check locally (for their country of origin-citizenship) to determine
the visa requirements for travel to the United Kingdom and whether they require an invitation letter
from the conference.
- If you require an invitation letter, when you have completed your registration and paid your fees
please complete the information requested in the Request for Visa Assistance form and email it to
[contact information to be provided.].
- An accepted paper that is not presented in the conference will be excluded
from the final proceedings submitted to IEEE Xplore and CSDL.