Submitting a Paper
Authors are invited to submit original papers of no more than 12 pages, including tables, figures, and all appendices, but not including references. Papers must be at least 8 pages long, not including references. Full papers will be published in the SC23 Workshops Proceedings.
All submissions must be formatted using the ACM templates and CCS2012 guide that are found here.
Papers must be submitted electronically via Linklings.
Submissions will be reviewed by the program committee using a single blind review process with each submission receiving at least three reviews. Minor revisions will be accepted for the camera ready version and major revisions may be allowed based on the guidance of the submissions reviewers.
- May 1: Submissions Open
- August 7: Abstract Submission Deadline
- August 11: Paper Submission Deadline
- September 8: Author Notification
- September 29: Camera-Ready Submissions and Backup Recordings Due
- October 14: Camera-Ready Submissions Due
- November 12, 13 or 17: P3HPC Workshop
The P3HPC workshop encourages submissions to follow the reproducibility initiative of SC23. Authors are encouraged to include an Artifact Description (AD) and Artifact Evaluation (AE) appendix detailing available artifacts and any steps taken to increase the trustworthiness of their results. Please note that the AD/AE appendices are included as part of the 12 page limit. For more information see here
The nature of performance portability involves demonstrated performance across multiple architectures, hence authors should describe artifact components across all architectures employed, such as compiler, runtime and application configurations. Authors should clearly document and explain the reasoning behind such configuration differences, to assist future researchers seeking to reproduce their experiments on future architectures.