10th ACM International Conference on Supercomputing

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, May 25-28, 1996
Sponsored by ACM/SIGARCH


New Information

Notification of acceptance of papers will be sent by February 1st 1996, and final camera-ready copy must be in the hands of the program chair with a signed copyright transfer form by March 10th 1996.

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Important Dates
Preparation of Final Paper
Further Information
FCRC'96 Information
ICS'95 Bibtex bibliographic database file
ICS'95 Proceedings information

The ACM International Conference on Supercomputing is a forum for engineers and scientists throughout the world to exchange ideas and research results relating to high performance supercomputing systems. The 10th Conference in the series, ICS'96, will be held in Philadelphia, USA, in May 1996. Papers describing significant new research results and experience in the development and application of supercomputing systems are solicited. The Conference Proceedings will be published by ACM Press. A prize will be awarded to the best paper submitted in each of the three technical areas.

The main focus of ICS'96 is high performance and parallel computing systems viewed from three different perspectives: architecture, software and applications. Within this framework, topics of interest include, but are not restricted to, the following:


Conference Committee

Program Committee


For further details, please contact the Program Chair:
Notification of acceptance of papers will be sent by February 1st 1996, and final camera-ready copy must be in the hands of the program chair with a signed copyright transfer form by March 10th 1996.
ICS'96 is part of the Federated Computing Research Conferences in Philadelphia, including ICFP, ISCA, Metrics, PLDI, PODC, PPoPP, STOC, WOPA, and others. Spend ten intense days in the home of American independence learning and studying about the latest results in computing.
Created by Michael Wolfe
Maintained by Alex Veidenbaum - alexv@eecs.uic.edu

http://www.eecs.uic.edu/~ics