ACM Workshop on General Purpose Computing using GPUs: Call for Posters

Dinesh Manocha dm at
Fri May 14 11:56:20 PDT 2004

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ACM Workshop on General Purpose Computing using GPUs


         Posters Submission Due: Tuesday, June 1, 2004
         Notification to Authors: Tuesday, June 8, 2004
         Final Web Version Due: Wednesday, June 30, 2004

         We invite poster submissions on topics related to general-purpose 
         using graphics hardware. The topics include, but are not limited to

           * Scientific computation on GPUs
           * Geometric computing using GPUs
           * Signal/data processing on GPUs
           * Hardware accelerated database queries & operations
           * Parallel computing on GPUs
           * Programming language and compiler support for GPUs
           * Software environments for computing on GPUs
           * Data parallel & streaming architectures
           * Other novel uses of GPUs.

         We particularly encourage student submissions and will award a 
prize for
         the best student poster. Posters will be reviewed by members of the
         conference committee based on originality, quality and relevance.

         We plan to schedule one or more sessions during the conference 
when poster
         authors will be available for presentations and discussions. The 
         authors can also present live demonstrations and/or videos on 
their laptop
         computers during that time. The accepted posters will be made 
available via
         the conference web site.


         Poster proposals should be one page long each and submitted as a PDF
         document to: <mailto:gp2 at>gp2 at by 11:59pm PST 
on June
         1, 2004. If you wish to include additional images or videos as a 
part of
         your submission, please post them at a web site and clearly 
specify the URL
         location on your submission. The length of the video should not 
exceed five

Dinesh Manocha
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