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CALL FOR PAPERS
5th Annual MIT Student Workshop on Scalable Computing
August 8, 1995
Wellesley Science Center, Wellesley, MA
The workshop will be sponsored by the
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
to promote an interchange of ideas among the various research
activities at MIT related to scalable computing. This year's student
workshop will be entirely organized by students. Students ---
undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral --- are encouraged to submit
short, 2-page abstracts of recent technical accomplishments. All
submitted abstracts will be bound in a volume to be distributed at the
workshop and which will later be available as an LCS technical report.
About 18 of the submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation.
Submissions are encouraged in any area of scalable computing,
including (but not restricted to) the following:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSIONS
Please follow these instructions carefully. Submit a single-sided
original (for reproduction) and 15 double-sided and 3-hole punched
copies (for committee evaluation) of a 2-page abstract that briefly
describes the technical contributions of the work. The first page
must begin with a title, the author's name, and MIT and email
addresses. Joint submissions by students are acceptable, but the
student making the presentation should be listed as first author.
Faculty coauthorship is not allowed, although student-written
abstracts based on joint work with faculty members are permitted. The
abstract should describe the essential ideas in the research and have
a short bibliography that includes any published papers or technical
memoranda on which the abstract is based. Every abstract should have
at least one figure, table, diagram, or photograph. A footnote on the
bottom of the first page should identify the student's faculty
supervisor and acknowledge research support. Abstracts should be
MIT Student Workshop, Room NE43-201
before the deadline of *Friday, May 12, 1995*.
Papers selected for presentation will be announced by June 16, 1995.
In addition to considering technical merit, the Program Commitee will
select presentations which provide an interesting cross-section of the
community. Papers submitted shortly after the deadline may be
included in the proceedings, but will not necessarily be considered for
Also submit the following items (via anonymous ftp to
Detailed instructions, latex templates, and html templates are
Please follow the electronic instructions as closely as possible, as
the review and electronic distribution process will be automated.
Papers may be submitted for publication only, in which case only one
single-sided hardcopy is needed and the submission envelope should be
clearly marked with "no talk." (Not on the camera-ready copy!)
Invited Speakers and Publicity Chair