The SC10 Technical Papers program received 253 high quality submissions this year covering a variety of advanced research topics in HPC, spanning six areas---Applications, Architecture/Networks, Clouds and Grids, Performance, Storage, and Systems Software. After an extremely rigorous peer review process, in which all the papers were subject to at least three (most four) careful reviews, a two-day face-to-face committee meeting was held on June 7-8 in New Orleans. The meeting was physically attended by over 100 technical paper committee members, who discussed each and every paper and finalized the selections. As a result of the exceptionally high quality of submissions this year, there were some extensive but civil debates. At the conclusion of the meeting, 51 papers were accepted for presentation. They cover some of today's hottest topics such as exploiting multicore systems and GPUs for large-scale computing, scalable systems and storage, and programming models for exasca
le computing. In addition, there will be a special session to honor the contributions of Jarek Nieplocha to high performance computing. The result is one of the most exciting papers programs in the history of SC.
With an acceptance rate of 20%, SC10 is one of the most competitive technical conferences in computing.
Amongst the excellent contributions, four outstanding papers were selected as the "Best Paper Finalists," and six papers as the "Best Student Paper Finalists."
The Best Paper and the Best Student Paper awards, along with other technical program awards will be announced at the conference awards ceremony (invitation only) at Noon on Thursday.
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