HiPC 2002 will be held in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, during
December 18-21, 2002. It will serve as a forum to present current work by
researchers from around the world as well as highlight activities in Asia in the
high performance computing area. The conference has a history of attracting
participation from reputed researchers from all over the world. The seventh
meeting held in Bangalore, India, in 2000 had 46 contributed papers that were
selected from 127 submissions from 12 countries, and additional special sessions.
Approximately 350 participants attended the meeting. The conference had tutorials
on cutting edge topics in high performance computing and related areas by leading
researchers from academia and industry. The 8th HiPC Conference (HiPC 2001) held
in Hyderabad, India, in December 2001, had 29 contributed papers that were selected
from 108 submissions from 18 countries and approximately 220 participants attended
the meeting. Please refer to the website http://www.hipc.org for more information
on previous meetings.
Bangalore, a bustling metropolis, is the fifth largest city in India and the
capital of the state of Karnataka. It is the main center of the Information
Technology industry in India; almost every Indian and multi- national IT company
has a presence here. Bangalore is home to the Indian Institute of Science (IISc),
a premier research institute, and many other aerospace and high technology
industries including the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing.
Karnataka is home of many ancient Indian architectural marvels, wildlife
sanctuaries, rain forests (the Western Ghats), pristine beaches, and rich and hoary
HiPC 2002 will emphasize the design and analysis of high
performance computing and networking systems and their scientific, engineering,
and commercial applications. In addition to technical sessions of contributed paper
presentations, the conference will offer invited presentations, a poster/presentation
session, tutorials, and vendor presentations. HPC Asia 2002 will also be held in
Bangalore during December 16-19, 2002, and will be co-located with HiPC 2002.
This will offer additional opportunities for participants from one meeting to
attend the other at a nominal cost.
HPC Asia 2002 will be organized by the Centre
for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) and the Advanced Computing and
Communications Society (ACS). The exhibits will be open to HiPC 2002 participants
at no extra cost. HPC Asia 2002 details can be retrieved on the web at http://www.cdacindia.com/hpcasia2002
December 18, 19, 20, and 21
41/3, Mahatma Gandhi Road
Bangalore - 560 001
Due to large number of activities on December 18, some tutorials
will be held at an alternate location. Check the HiPC website for