SC16 Research Posters and ACM Student Research Competition‏‏

Call for Posters Submission to the The International Conference for High 
Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

SC16 is soliciting submissions for posters that display cutting-edge research and 
work in progress in high performance computing, storage, networking and analysis. 
Posters provide an excellent opportunity for short presentations and informal 
discussions with Conference attendees.

Posters will be prominently displayed for the duration of the Conference, giving 
presenters a chance to showcase their latest results and innovations. The presented 
posters will be digitally archived and made publicly available after the Conference. 
A Best Poster Award will be presented based on quality of research work and quality 
of poster presentation.

SC16 will also host the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC). This competition will 
feature posters from undergraduate and graduate students showcasing original student 
research. A SRC poster may be authored by exactly one student (optionally with the 
advisor(s)). Student authors must be an active ACM member. The ACM SRC pre-selection 
will happen during the poster reception and selected poster presenters will be given 
the opportunity to present their work in short talks on Wednesday. The ACM SRC 
Committee will select a set of winners based on their poster content and presentation 


Poster Submission Deadline: July 15, 2016 [auto extended to July 22, AoE] 

Notification Sent: September 1, 2016

Web Submissions: 

Email Contact and Questions:


SC16 Research Posters:

SC16 ACM Student Research Competition (SRC):

SC16 Posters and ACM SRC FAQs:


As in past years, SC16 is soliciting two different types of posters:

Regular Poster: Regular poster submissions must include (1) a 150 word abstract, 
(2) a draft of the poster, and (3) an up to two-page extended abstract including 
references in the SC16 technical paper format.
ACM Student Research Competition Poster: ACM SRC poster submissions must include 
(1) a 150 word abstract, (2) a draft of the poster, and (3) a 800 word summary of 
the poster.
There are separate submission forms for the two different types of posters. A poster
 may only be submitted as one type.

All posters can be submitted within up to two of the following categories: Algorithms; 
Applications; Architectures and Networks; Clouds and Distributed Computing; Data 
Analytics, Visualization and Storage; Performance; Programming Systems; State of the 
Practice; System Software; and Education.

For submission details, see the sample submission forms at the login page of the 
submission website:

Web Submissions:
Email Contact and Questions:

SC16 Posters Chair
Sadaf Alam, Swiss National Supercomputing Center

Posters Vice Chair
Luke Olson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
CJ Newburn, Intel