SIAM Workshop on Combinatorial Scientific Computing 2018 (CSC18)
Workshop website: http://www.csc-research.org/CSC18
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CSC18 will be the 8th workshop in a series that provides a top-tier forum for presenting original research on the design, implementation, application, and evaluation of combinatorial algorithms and data structures that are applicable to problems in computational science and engineering.
Typical submissions will describe a combinatorial or graph problem arising in a relevant application area, an algorithmic approach to its solution, and a theoretical and/or experimental analysis of the approach.
Authors are invited to submit both extended abstracts or full papers , to be included in the proceedings published by SIAM (the same publishing platform is used by SODA, ALENEX, ANALCO, etc.). The proceedings of CSC16 are at http://epubs.siam.org/doi/book/10.1137/1.9781611974690. All submissions must present original unpublished research; full papers may be up to 10 pages in length. Extended abstracts could be up to 2 pages in length and should describe preliminary results for presentation as talks at the workshop, but these will not be included in the proceedings. Please note that you should register your submission with the (short) abstract of your submission a week earlier than the full submission. Please use the LaTeX macros at http://www.siam.org/proceedings/macros.php (authors using other software should adhere to the same double-column 11pt format).
Additionally poster presentations are also welcome, and abstracts for these will be solicited at a future date.
As in the past, CSC18 will award a prize for the best proceedings paper.
We invite papers in all areas of Combinatorial Scientific Computing, including (but not limited to):
* Combinatorial (discrete) models in scientific computing
* Graph and hypergraph algorithms in scientific computing
* Sparse matrix computations
* Combinatorial problems in data science and network science
* Combinatorial problems in Algorithmic Differentiation
* Applications of combinatorial scientific computing
* Randomized matrix computations
* Streaming algorithms for combinatorial and numerical problems
* Combinatorial problems in analyzing data stemming from scientific computations
* Numerical methods for solving combinatorial problems
* The interaction between algorithms in these areas and modern computing platforms, including challenges arising from memory hierarchies, novel memory technologies, and parallelism ranging from instruction-level and multi-core all the way to clouds and exascale.
The record of the earlier CSC Workshops is available at www.csc-research.org.
Submission will be handled through EasyChair.
Submission link (copy and paste the URL in your browser if the link does not work for you): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=csc18
December 9, 2017 (extended from December 1st), PDFs can be revised until December 15.
Final version of papers due: March 31, 2018.
To be announced.
Fredrik Manne, University of Bergen, Norway
Peter Sanders, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Sivan Toledo, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Aydın Buluç, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Rob Bisseling, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Bruce Hendrickson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
X. Sherry Li, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Uwe Naumann, University of Aachen, Germany
Alex Pothen, Purdue University, USA
Bora Uçar, CNRS and ENS Lyon, France
Sivan Toledo, Tel-Aviv University, email@example.com