November 22nd Update to HiPC 2021 Main Conference Authors
After review of submissions to the conference by the HiPC 2021 Program Committee, a total of 51 papers were accepted for publication: 36 FULL papers and 15 SHORT papers. They will be presented in the conference program to be held on December 17th and December 18th.
1) To Authors of Full Papers
Authors of FULL papers will be presenting their work in seven technical sessions to be held in a hybrid manner on December 17th and 18th. In each session, the paper will be presented briefly in a four (4) minute video, after which the authors will participate in a live Q&A session. The full schedule of sessions and the papers assigned to each will be available on the website after November 22nd. The authors of FULL papers will be contacted directly with instructions to prepare and submit the four (4)-minute video and to arrange live participation in their assigned technical session. Instructions that follow are not for those short videos.
2) To All Main Conference Authors – Full and Short Papers
REQUIRED: Instructions to Upload Presentation Slides as a pdf file to CPS
The deadline for uploading presentation slides PDF files to CPS paper site is November 29th.
EduHiPC Authors Please go to – CPS Final Paper Preparation and Submission Instructions for HiPC Workshop AUTHORS
GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING SLIDES PRESENTATION FILE
OPTIONAL: Instructions for Preparation of Video Presentation
The deadline for uploading video files to the CPS FTP server is
December 6th December 10th.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE BEFORE YOU PREPARE YOUR FILE:
The FTP server for CPS will only recognize files saved as .mp4 using the H.264 encoding.
These talks – 25min (full paper) or 15min (short paper) video – will be available to all registrants for asynchronous viewing.
Authors will receive email with full instructions for upload before November 29th.
Please note: The video does not replace your participation in the live paper session where your paper is scheduled.
RECORDING YOUR FILE
Many applications can be used to record video, but Zoom offers a simple solution that provides solid results. The settings described in the pdf file and video of instructions below are specific to Zoom, although the basic guidance should work for any app you choose.
The FTP server will only recognize files saved as .mp4 using the H.264 encoding.