Welcome

The 46th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP-2017) will be held in Bristol, UK during August 14-17, 2017. (Please note that this is the REAL International Conference on Parallel Processing. In recent years, an "imposter" web site on parallel processing has been appearing with this year's "imposter" venue in Rome, Italy.)

Scope

Parallel and distributed computing is a central topic in science, engineering and society. ICPP, the International Conference on Parallel Processing, provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present their latest research findings in all aspects of parallel and distributed computing.

ICPP 2017 will be organized around the following tracks:

  • Architecture, including processor; memory; I/O; network; instruction-, thread- and data-level parallelism; accelerators & other special-purpose hardware; power-aware/energy-efficient; performance
  • Algorithms, including combinatorial and numerical; scheduling; power- aware/energy-efficient; machine learning; modeling & analysis; scalability
  • Applications, including big data; data analytics; computational science & engineering (e.g., aerospace, arts; biology, finance, geology); scalability
  • Software, including systems software; middleware; programming models, languages, and environments; compilers; operating systems; run-time systems; resource management; performance modeling and evaluation

Important Dates

Submission deadline: 27 February 2017 13 March 2017 (11:59:59 PM AoE)
Author notification: 8 May 2017
Camera-ready paper due: 26 May 2017
Registration deadline: Late June 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 need to have a full (non-student) registration associated with it. Authors must register by late June 2017 for their papers to appear in the proceedings.

No-show Policy

An accepted paper which is not presented in the conference will be excluded from the final proceedings submitted to IEEE Xplore and CSDL.