Submissions are now being accepted!
Georgia Tech’s School of Computational Science and Engineering and Partnership for Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) are hosting a student poster show that will be held in conjunction with SC20 activities.
Date and Time: Monday, Nov. 16, 5:45 – 7:45 PM ET
Who can submit?
The poster show is open to all students who submit their work by
Friday, Nov. 6 at 11:59 PM ET – regardless of class level or school affiliation.
Due to multiple requests from the community, we are extending our current deadline to Monday 11:59pm.
What type of work will be accepted?
The HPC Poster Show is accepting posters that focus on general high-performance computing (HPC) usage. This includes, but is not limited to, designing and improving HPC systems and applications as well as research by students working in domain sciences who are getting interesting multi-node results.
What happens after submission?
Upon submission, we will review your poster and confirm your slot in the poster session. Inclusion of your poster is dependent on having both a complete submission and availability during the poster session held Monday, Nov. 16, 5:45 – 7:45 PM ET.
The Best Poster Award will be announced at the end of the HPC Poster Show.
Submit in PDF
Poster Size: 36×48 inches
How is this different from other poster shows and why should I submit?
With the Supercomputing Conference being held virtually for the first time in its history, we are provided with the unique opportunity to showcase a wider range of research than ever before! To ensure we have a large audience attend our virtual poster session, we will combine this event with our SC Virtual Party which includes several party rooms that range in topics such as Post-Moore Computing and Women in High-Performance Computing.
Submissions are Now Closed
If you have any additional questions regarding your submission or the poster show, please contact:
Kristen Perez – Communications Officer