Call for Papers
The workshop is focused on the design, implementation, execution, and analysis of experiments in parallel computing in order to improve the reproducibility of results.
Topics addressed in the workshop include:
- Experimental design of parallel computing experiments
- Experiences and best practices for conducting experiments, e.g., papers that address the reproduction of scientific studies of others
- Supporting reproducibility in experimental testbeds for parallel computing
- Tools for reproducible research (e.g., versioning, archiving, workflow engines)
- Analysis of experimental data (e.g., visualization, statistical analysis, provenance)
- full paper: a regular article with up to 12 pages
- short paper: 6 pages presenting first results
- position paper: a 3-4 pages addressing viewpoints on the reproducibility problem
Authors have the opportunity to publish an extended version (6 – 12 pages) of their accepted (short or position) papers in the proceedings of the Euro-Par workshops. Extended papers must contain a minimum of 6 pages and will be reviewed again. All accepted papers need to be revised before submitting a camera-ready version.
- Workshop papers due: June 9, 2014 (extended)
- Workshop author notification: July 9, 2014 (extended)
- Workshop early registration: July 25, 2014
- Workshop camera-ready papers due: October 3, 2014
Full papers should not exceed 12 pages in the Springer LNCS style. Paper submission has to be performed electronically via the workshop website on EasyChair in PDF format. Papers accepted for publication must also be supplied in source form (LaTeX). The 12 pages limit is a hard limit. It includes everything (text, figures, references) and will be strictly enforced by the submission system.
You can download the LNCS style from Springer: LaTeX style
Submissions are handled through the EasyChair conference system.