14th HiPC Student Research Symposium (SRS)

Held in Conjunction With
December 18-21, 2022 | Bengaluru, INDIA | www.hipc.org


HiPC 2022 will feature the 14th Student Research Symposium on High-Performance Computing, Data, and Analytics (HiPC) aimed at stimulating and fostering student research, and providing an international forum to highlight student research accomplishments. The symposium will also provide exposure to students to the best practices in HPC in academia and industry.

The symposium will feature student posters and provide students with other enriching experiences, such as workshops, industry exhibits, and demos. The Conference Reception and multiple Student Symposium Poster Exhibit sessions will provide an opportunity for students to interact with HPC researchers and practitioners (and recruiters) from academia and industry.


Accepted Papers for Student Research Symposium


Kushagra Agarwal, Souvadra Hati and Chirag Jain. A fast minimizer counting algorithm and applications
Ghanshyam Chandra and Chirag Jain. Scaling sequence-to-DAG alignment with parameterized gap-sensitive co-linear chaining algorithms
Sunil Kumar. Energy-Efficient Execution of Multicore Parallel Programs under limited Power Budget
Subhasri V P. Plant Disease Detection using 2D Point Cloud and Deep Learning
Niharika Nayak and Vishwesh Jatala. Accelerating Graph Neural Networks using GPU
Will Merges, Avinash Maurya and M. Mustafa Rafique. Exploiting Lightweight OS Kernels for Emerging Datacenter Workloads
Varad Kulkarni, Ruchi Bhoot and Yogesh Simmhan. I-WICM: Incremental Graph Computation using Optimized Interval-centric Distributed Model
Anushka Hebbar, Shree Thavarekere, Anusha Kabber, Shruvi D and K. V. Subramaniam. Performance Analysis of AWS Firecracker against Traditional Methods of Virtualization
Shubham Goswami, Vidyesh Dapse and Konduri Aditya. An asynchronous discontinuous-Galerkin method for scalable PDE solvers
Dhanush M, Anala M.R and Hemavathy R. Acoustic Signal Detection of search-phase echolocation bat calls with CNN
Shivakumar Kandre, Manju Bisht, Amarpal S. Kapoor, Nitya Hariharan and Dhiraj V. Patil. Optimization of a lattice Boltzmann flow solver using Intel(R) oneAPI for CPU computing
Gourab Panigrahi, Nikhil Kodali and Phani Motamarri. An efficient hardware-aware matrix-free implementation for finite-element discretized matrix-multivector products
Bharati Khanijo, Harshil Gupta and Yogesh Simmhan. D2V : Drone data ingest mechanism for Video DB
Ronith Kumar, Raman Deep, Nipun Arora and Dip Sankar Banerjee. Voxelization of Moving Deformable Geometries On GPU
Satyadev Patel, Dhwanil Shah, Krish Shah, Darsh Rank, Malhaar Thakore, Aditya Arya, Pratik Ghosh and Bhaskar Chaudhury. A Shared Memory based Dynamic Mesh Refinement Technique for Simulations of Plasma
Deepan Raj, Vyuhita Bonthu and Nikhil Hegde. Generating Efficient Parallel codes for Recursive Linear-Algebra Algorithms

Important Dates

Aug 22, 2022 – Submission Opens

Sep 28, 2022 – Submission Deadline (closed)

Nov 1, 2022 – Accept/Reject Decision Notification

Nov 15, 2022 – Camera-ready Deadline for the Abstract of Accepted Posters

Dec 18-21, 2022 – Symposium



Awards (sponsored by IEEE TCPP) will be given out to tentatively three posters based on technical merit, poster, and quality of presentation.


Travel Support

We expect to provide a travel scholarship to at least one student author of each accepted submission from an Indian university, subject to availability of funding. This scholarship will cover partial expenses for attending the conference. Further details on this scholarship and the application process will be provided later.


Symposium Co-Chairs

Dip Sankar Banerjee, IIT Jodhpur, India

Mahima Agumbe Suresh, San Jose State University, USA



Contact student_symposium at hipc dot org for more details.


Program Committee

Konduri Aditya, Indian Institute of Science, India
Jayvant Anantpur, Mentor Graphics India Pvt Ltd, India
David Anastasiu, Santa Clara University, USA
Manu Awasthi, Ashoka University, India
Swarnendu Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
Suren Byna, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Sourav Chakraborty, Nvidia, USA
Gheorghi Guzun, San Jose State University, USA
Dumitrel Loghin, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Arash Mahyari, Florida Institute For Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), USA
Amit Majumdar, University of California San Diego, San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
Anand Mishra, IIT Jodhpur, India
Suresh Purini, International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India
Jaya Sreevalsan-Nair, Graphics-Visualization-Computing Lab, IIIT Bangalore, India
Sanket Tavarageri, Microsoft, India
Parimala Thulasiraman, University of Manitoba, Canada