Workshop Scope & Goals
High performance computing (HPC) is a major strategic tool for science, engineering, and industry. The existing systems, however, are largely designed and developed for computation-intensive applications with a computing centric paradigm. There exists a need of rethinking the system architectures, programming models, runtime systems, and tools for fundamentally better support of data-intensive scientific discovery and innovations. The scope of the DISCS workshop primarily lies in stimulating the following four research themes for data-intensive high performance computing:
- HPC system architectures for supporting data-intensive applications
- Programming models for supporting data-intensive applications
- Runtime systems for supporting data-intensive applications
- Tools for supporting data-intensive applications
The goal of the DISCS workshop is to bring researchers and developers in the high-performance computing, data-intensive computing, and parallel computing fields together to take the Big Data challenges and discuss new ideas, experiences, latest developments that help address these challenges with a collective effort. This workshop is also expected to elevate the emerging issue of supporting data-intensive HPC to a level commensurate with the increasing importance.
September 8th extended to September 22nd, 2012 (hard deadline)
Author Notification: October 26th, 2012
Workshop Date: November 16th, 2012
Camera−Ready Copy: December 14thth, 2012
Please visit SC12 registration page to register for the DISCS-2012 workshop.
Journal Special Issue
DISCS-2012 workshop papers will be invited to extend the manuscripts to be considered for a journal Special Issue on Data-Intensive High Performance Computing of the Cluster Computing by Springer, edited by Yong Chen and Xian-He Sun. The target journal special issue submission deadline is Jan. 16th, 2013.