4th International Conference on High Performance Computing
December 18-21, 1997
Bangalore, India

There will be a poster session at the 4th International Conference on High Performance Computing which will be used to highlight recent results by researchers in the field of high performance computing. Poster session papers will not be included in the hard-copy form of the proceedings of the HIPC97 conference, but will be included in the ON-LINE VERSION to be available at the Web Site of the conference:

Since there will be no conference proceedings for the poster session papers, simultaneous submission of the work at the poster session and some other conference/journal will be allowed. The idea of the poster session is to discuss results of work that are work-in-progress and have not completely matured for a full publication yet.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
* Parallel Algorithms
* Scientific Computation
* Parallel Architectures
* Visualization
* Parallel Languages & Compilers
* Network Based Computing
* Distributed Systems
* Signal & Image Processing Systems
* Programming Environments
* Supercomputing Applications
* Memory Systems
* Internet and WWW-based Computing

To submit a paper, send one copy of a TWO PAGE summary of your work to the Poster Session Chair at the address below in one of the following ways:

DEADLINE: OCT. 15, 1997.

(1) Hard copy to the following address:

Prof. Prith Banerjee
Director, Center for Parallel and Distributed Computing
Northwestern University
2145 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL-60208-3118

(2) FAX to the following number

(847) 467-4144

(3) Electronic EMAIL form (either ASCII or Postscript file) to the following address:


COVER PAGE: Show title of paper, names and addresses, phone numbers, emails of co-authors

PAGE TWO: Brief summary of work including motivation and background and description of the key results. No figures, tables, references needed, but can be included, but will count within one page limit. Page format is single-spaced, with a font size of no less than 10 points.