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The new millennium International Conference on High Performance Computing (HiPC'00) will be held in Bangalore, the IT capital of India, during December 17-20, 2000. This is the seventh edition of the annual international meeting on high performance computing organized in India. HiPC'00 features keynotes and invited papers by world-leading researchers, 46 contributed papers from 11 countries selected from a submission pool of 127 manuscripts, industry keynotes by industry leaders, and two banquet speakers, in addition to several other activities.  

Bangalore is the fifth largest city in India and the capital of the state of Karnataka. This cosmopolitan city, home to the Indian Institute of Science and many IT, aerospace, and high-tech industries, is often called the Silicon city of India. Situated at an altitude of approximately 1000 meters above sea level, Bangalore enjoys a very pleasant climate throughout the year. The city's prominent architectural landmarks include the Vidhaana Soudha (Legislature building), the High Court, the Palace of the former Maharaja of Mysore, and the 18th century Fort of Tipu Sultan. The conference will offer the possibility of enjoying a one-day sightseeing tour around Bangalore. The state of Karnataka boasts of many ancient Indian architectural marvels, wildlife sanctuaries, rain forests (the Western Ghats), pristine beaches, and rich and hoary cultural traditions. For more information, please check the local information webpage. 

HiPC'00 hosts 
The 2000 International Workshop on Grid Computing (GRID 2000).  

HiPC2000 Sponsors and Supporting Organizations. 

Access to the US, Asian and European mirror sites of HiPC2000.

Important dates: 
October 2, 2000:
Poster Summary Due 
November 15, 2000:
Advance Registration 
HiPC2000 highlights: 
Cultural Event
2 Banquets
Volunteer-Organized City Tour
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