SC10 announced [PDF] today that they’ve started accepting submissions for the technical program for this year’s conference, to be held in New Orleans November 13–19, 2010.
This year, the technical program encourages participants to focus on one of three thrust areas to be featured prominently at the conference: climate simulation, heterogeneous computing and data‐intensive computing.
…“Each year we build on the strength of the SC conference programs before and our horizons continue to expand,” said Ricky Kendall, SC10 Technical Program Chair and Group Leader, Scientific Computing at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. “This year we’ll focus on the growing field of climate simulation, which seems especially appropriate for our venue in New Orleans. And as more scientific disciplines ‐ like climate research ‐ rely on HPC technologies to enable their research and collaborations, emerging innovations in heterogeneous computing and data intensive computing will be critical components to achieving new scientific breakthroughs.”
Tech paper abstracts are due April 2, with full submissions due April 5; tutorials and the ACM Gordon Bell Prize are due April 5. Student cluster competition submissions are due April 16 — and there are a host of other deadlines for BOFS, workshops, and so on at the SC10 submission page.