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SC15 Archive

This year SC archives companion materials at the conference website. This webpage contains the peer-review materials accepted to  several Technical Programs as well as the links to several workshops. This webpage will remain in place after the conference ends.

Technical Program Posters
The SC15 Technical Posters Program received 253 poster submissions, which covered a wide variety of research topics in HPC. The Poster Committee reviewed the submissions and selected 113 posters that are archived in this webpage, reflecting an average acceptance rate of about 44%. Click here to see the Technical Program Posters.

ACM Student Research Competition Posters
SC15 hosted the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) Poster Program, where 25 student-developed posters selected after a rigorous peer-review process from 65 submissions were on display and competed for the best graduate and undergraduate student poster awards. The selected posters are archived in this webpage. Click here to see the ACM Student Research Competition Posters.

Doctoral Showcase
The SC15 Doctoral Showcase received 24 submissions that underwent rigorous peer review. As a result of this competitive process, 14 students were selected to present their PhD research in the Showcase. Click here to see the Doctoral Showcase.

Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase
The SC15 Visualization and Data Analytics Showcase Program continues with the new submission format initiated a year ago, requiring authors to submit their most instrumental movies in HPC, with a companion short-paper. Six finalists competed for the Best Visualization Award. Click here to see the Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase finalists.

SC15 included 41 full-day and half-day workshops that complemented the overall Technical Program events, expanded the knowledge base of its subject area, and extended its impact by providing greater depth of focus. The workshops covered a broad range of subjects that address a variety of large-scale computing challenges, software engineering, dealing with very large amounts of data, visualization, algorithms, programming tools and techniques, and the application of HPC in new domains. Click here to see the Workshops.