Tenth Annual ACM Symposium on
PARALLEL ALGORITHMS AND ARCHITECTURES
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
June 28 - July 2, 1998
SPAA'98 is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Groups for Algorithms
Complexity Theory (SIGACT) and Computer Architecture (SIGARCH) and organized
in cooperation with the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science.
Web sites (mirrored):
Call for papers:
Contributed papers are sought in the areas of parallel algorithms and architectures,
at all levels of parallelism, from VLSI to instruction-level parallelism
to SMPs to supercomputers.
A major goal of SPAA is to foster communication and cooperation among
the diverse communities involved in the theory and practice of parallel
computing, including those involved in systems, algorithms, languages,
The call for papers
Early registration: April 20. The price increases
by $100 ($25 for students) after this date.
Regular registration: June 1. The price increases
by another $50 ($25 for students) after this date.
Deadline extension: In response to many requests for extensions,
the deadline for submissions has been extended. All electronic or hardcopy
submissions must arrive by January 21, 1998, 17:00 EST. There will
be no further extensions.
January 16, 1998: (Original) submission deadline.
March 10, 1998: Acceptance notification.
April 7, 1998: Camera-ready copy due.
Follow this link for a list of the accepted
New this year:
SPAA'98 will be collocated with the Seventeenth
ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC'98). The
two conferences will both run June 28-July 2 with joint receptions, plenary
sessions, lunches and coffee breaks.
The Symposium especially encourages papers in Parallel I/O and
Phillip B. Gibbons (Bell
Greg Astfalk (Hewlett-Packard)
Thomas H. Cormen (Dartmouth)
Frank Dehne (Carleton)
Pierre Fraigniaud (CNRS, U. Paris-Sud)
(U. of Maryland)
Daniel Lenoski (Silicon Graphics)
Kai Li (Princeton)
Yossi Matias (Bell Labs
Meyer auf der Heide (U. of Paderborn)
Nir Shavit (Tel-Aviv
Weikum (U. of Saarland)
(U. of California - Berkeley)
Program Chair: Phillip B.
Gibbons (Bell Labs)
Revue Chair: Eric J. Schwabe
Local Arrangements: Ming-Yang
Conference General Chair: Gary
L. Miller (Carnegie Mellon)
Conference Secretary: Thomas
H. Cormen (Dartmouth)
Conference Treasurer: Eric
J. Schwabe (Northwestern)
Lueling (U. of Paderborn)