HiPC 2013 will feature the 6th student research symposium on High Performance Computing (HPC) aimed at stimulating and fostering student research, and providing an international forum to highlight student research accomplishments. The symposium will also expose students to the best practices in HPC in academia and industry. The one-day symposium will feature brief presentations by student authors on their research, followed by a poster exhibit. Short invited talks by leading HPC researchers/ practitioners will be included in the program. The Conference Reception and Student Symposium Poster Exhibits will provide an opportunity for students to interact with HPC researchers and practitioners (and recruiters) from academia and industry. For additional details, please contact the Symposium Co-Chairs.
Student Research Symposium
Upcoming Important Dates
- - Submission Opens
- - Submission Deadline
- - Accept/Reject Decision Notification
- - Student Symposium
The research work presented in the submission should primarily be the result of student research. Accepted papers and posters should be presented by a student author. The student author should have been a full-time student at some point in 2013. Non-student co-authors are permitted.
The extended abstracts should be submitted in PDF format. The document should be at most 5 letter size (8.5in x 11in) pages in 11 pt or 12 pt font, single spaced, with at least one-inch margins on all sides. Please identify the names of student authors in a footnote. If some part of your submission was published by you previously, then you should cite your prior work and indicate how the current submission differs from it.
Submissions will be handled electronically at: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=srshipc13. Please create an account there, if you do not have one already, login, and follow submission instructions.
The selected extended abstracts will be published online on the conference web site and on a CD to be distributed at the conference. They will not be part of the official HiPC conference proceedings.
Selection will be competitive and all submissions will be reviewed. Manuscripts will be judged on correctness, originality, technical strength, significance, quality of presentation, and interest and relevance to theconference attendees.
All topics relevant to the HiPC conference are of interest to this symposium.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- High-Performance Computing
- Parallel and Distributed Algorithms/Systems
- Parallel Languages and Programming Environments
- Hybrid Parallel Programming with GPUs and Accelerators
- Load Balancing, Scheduling and Resource Management
- Resilient/Fault-Tolerant Algorithms and Systems
- Scientific/Engineering/Commercial Applications and Workloads
- Emerging Applications such as Biotechnology and Nanotechnology
- Cluster, Cloud, and Grid Computing
- Heterogeneous Computing
- Interconnection Networks and Architectures
- Scalable Servers and Systems
- High Performance/Scalable Storage Systems
- Power-Efficient and Reconfigurable Architectures
- Compiler Technologies for High-Performance Computing
- Software Support and Advanced Micro-architecture Techniques
- Operating Systems for Scalable High-Performance Computing
Awards and Scholarships
Awards for Best Paper, Best Poster, and Best Presentation will be presented at the symposium. A total of INR 40,000 for the awards is expected from ANSYS, and books worth $1500 from Springer. Nvidia will sponsor an award for the best paper using GPU technology
Students from Indian academic institutions are encouraged to apply for the HiPC travel scholarship. The conference expects to award travel scholarship to at least one student author of each accepted submission from Indian academic institutions who apply. In addition, highly motivated students who wish to attend the conference but do not have a submission, may also apply for these scholarships. Details on applying will be announced later.
A book containing the resumes of the students participating in the symposium will be compiled and made available to the sponsors of the HiPC 2013conference.
Student Research Symposium
- Kishore Kothapalli, IIIT Hyderabad, India
- Ashok Srinivasan, University of Florida, USA
Accepted PapersAnalytics-Based Approach to Improve Alert Processing in Enterprise Systems
Anuja Kelkar, Utkarsh Naiknaware, Sachin Sukhlecha, Ashish Sanadhya, Maitreya Natu and Vaishali Sadaphal
Parallel Coreset Generation Algorithm for k-means
Congestion management in adaptive NoC routers using cost-effective selection strategies
Roshni Oommen and John Jose
Minimally buffered deflection NoC routers with dual point injection
Rachana Radhakrishnan and John Jose
Optimal Design-Space Exploration of Streaming Applications
High Performance Computing For Discontinuous Galerkin Method Based CFD Solver
Radhika Ranwadkar, Sachin Patkar and Shivasubramanian Gopalkrishnan
Image Inpainting Using a Combination of Feature Descriptors : A Heterogenous Parallel Computing Approach
Karthik P, Aswini Kumar V, Sai Hareesh Anamandra, Chandrasekaran V and Pallav Kumar Baruah
Graph Cut Based Scalable Image Segmentation : A heterogenous computing approach
Mahesh G, Srikanth K and Siva Sundar A
CUDAPrefixSpan - GPU-Accelerated Sequential Pattern Mining
Sai Hemanth S V, Benuraj Sharma and Pallav Kumar Baruah
A Fast And Robust Image Local Descriptor For Texture Classification
Sai Sameer Goturu, Satykrishna A.G., Sai Hareesh Anamandra, Venkatachalam Chandrasekaran and Pallav Kumar Baruah
A Computationally Efficient Approach for Spectral clustering with eigenvector selection.
Rohit Kumar Dhandhania, Aditya Prakash, Balasubramanian S, Raghunatha Sarma and Pallav Kumar Baruah
Scalable Parallel Pohlig Hellman Algorithm for Solving Discrete Logarithm
Dinesh Patil and Jyoti Gajrani
Highly Asynchronous and Scalable Algorithms for Distributed-Memory Adaptive Mesh Refinement at Extreme Scales
Akhil Langer and Laxmikant Kale
Accepted PostersA Trust-based Framework for Congestion-aware Energy Efficient Routing in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks
Srinjoy Ganguly, Arpita Chakraborty and Mrinal Naskar
Enabling Parallel Adaptive Mesh Refinement in Radiative Transfer code CRASH
Nitya Hariharan, Luca Graziani and Benedetta Ciardi
Distributed Capabilities-based DDoS Defense
Manjiri Jog, Maitreya Natu and Sushama Shelke
Fault Tolerance in Multi-Core Processors using Flexible Redundant Threading
P Ashok Kumar and B Thanasekhar
Parallel K-Spanning Tree based on MapReduce
Abhinav Kohar and Rajiv Misra
Cloud-based Real-Time Speech Enhancement for Mobile Communication
Iyer Chandrashekaran Gurumurthy, Sai Prasanna Annamalai, Hanumantha Rao Naidu and Pallav Kumar Baruah
Efficient Intra-MIC Broadcast
Sriram Kanchiraju, Pinak Panigrahi and Pallav Kumar Baruah
Mapping IT Components to Derive Relationships and Communities
Manasi Belhe, Kriti Shrivastava, Maitreya Natu and Vaishali Sadaphal
Efficient Creation of Highly Compressed Inverted Index on a Single Node
Nangireddi Papinaidu, Golakoti Saikiran and Pallav Kumar Baruah
Parallel Informative Feature Selection for Object Recognition via Sparse PCA
Cloud Workload Characterization using Adaptive Resonance Theory
Jyoti Sahni and Deo Prakash Vidyarthi
Towards a 5-phase Adaptive and Scalable Performance Modeling for Cloud Enabled VANET Applications
Nishant Gupta and Ajay Gupta
GPU Accelerated Numerical Methods for Tsunami Modeling
Rajesh Gandham, David Medina and Timothy Warburton
Contact student_symposium at hipc dot org for more details.