In the field of high performance computing, SC has the reputation of being one of the toughest conferences in which to get a paper published. The SC technical program and industry exhibits attract the best of the best whose input and guidance can shape a person’s technical trajectory. So, how can students and researchers showcase their work and get feedback from this group of technical professionals at such an important venue?
The SC Posters program provides a fantastic venue for early research to be showcased for feedback from the thousands of attendees. Posters are on display for the entire duration of the conference in prominent locations where conference attendees congregate during breaks. This enables attendees and poster presenters to have informal conversations and discuss the topics at different depths depending on personal interests. The content from Posters often leads to an SC technical paper proposal, and the conversations held at the conference can lead to collaborative research, as well as doctoral, postdoctoral, and internship job offers.
SC19 Poster Types
SC19 posters consist of four different submission types based on the type of content and status of the submitter. Awards and travel support are available for selected students.
- ACM Student Research Competition: An opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to showcase original research.
- Research Posters: An opportunity for researchers in industry, academia (including students), and government to present cutting-edge research ideas and late-breaking results.
- Scientific Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase: A venue for sharing the most instrumental videos expressing the latest in HPC.
- Doctoral Showcase: A forum for students nearing completion of their doctoral program to present a summary of their dissertation work through a thesis canvas (poster) and a talk.
Submit Your Work to Posters
Submissions for Posters are already open for SC19 and will close on July 31, and submitters are welcome to upload poster submissions. The SC Posters committee will review the content, provide feedback, and select the broadest collection of posters for display at SC19.
Every year hundreds of students and researchers benefit from Posters. We look forward for your work in Denver this year!
Seetharami R. Seelam, Posters Chair, IBM Research
Kathryn Mohror, Research Posters Chair, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kyle Chard, Graduate Posters Chair, University of Chicago
Amanda Randles, Undergraduate Posters Chair, Duke University
Stefano Markidis, Doctoral Showcase Chair, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Janine C. Bennett, Scientific Visualization Chair, Sandia National Laboratories