PhD Forum Co-Chairs
Luc Bougé, ENS Cachan, France
Bo Hong, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
PhD Forum Program
The PhD Forum will take place all day Thursday, May 24th from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Twenty-four students have been selected to display a poster describing their dissertation research. The posters in the list available here have been grouped under related conference tracks of algorithms, applications, architecture and software. In addition, participants have published their preliminary results in a short paper, which is part of the proceedings IPDPSW volume distributed at the conference.
Research Projects-Dissertations of PhD Forum Participants - Download PDF
The PhD Forum author-poster presenters will be on hand during session breaks to describe their work to conference attendees and answer questions regarding their research. Their poster display will include contact information for conference attendees who are not able to discuss the poster in person with the student.
Best PhD Forum Poster Award
A best poster award committee chaired by the PhD Forum Co-chairs will review all the posters and recommend one poster for the Best PhD Forum Poster Award. Presentation of the award will be the first agenda item of the Plenary Best Papers Technical Session at 10:30 AM on Thursday.
|IPDPS 2012 PhD FORUM: Information for presenters
|PhD Forum Poster Format
The posters should be 32x40 inches (or 80x100cm) in size. A poster board will be provided for each author. You are warmly encouraged to prepare professional rolled up posters printed with a high quality device.
(8:00 AM - 6:00 PM)
|PhD Forum: Posters on display (see onsite program for location)
(8:00 AM – 10:30 AM)
|PhD Forum: Students should be available
at Posters for questions & comments
|Thursday 10:30 AM
||PhD Forum: Best Poster Award Presentation
|PhD Forum participants should be able to set up their posters at least 30 minutes before exhibit room is open to public viewing. Details will be available at the conference. On Thursday, from 8:00-10:30 AM, poster authors are asked to be available in the poster exhibit room to interact with the award committee. If authors need to be away from their poster briefly, there should be contact information (email address) left at the poster.
More About the PhD Forum
The IPDPS PhD Forum focuses on current graduate students working toward a PhD in broadly defined areas related to parallel and distributed processing. This forum at IPDPS offers graduate students an opportunity to present a research poster describing their ongoing dissertation to the entire IPDPS conference audience. It is also an opportunity to discuss their research with experts in academia and industry during the conference and to make useful contacts regarding future career opportunities related to their research. At the same time, the IPDPS conference attendees, including representatives from industry and academia, are able to preview upcoming developments in parallel and distributed processing and related technologies.
The IPDPS PhD Forum is sponsored by the Technical Committee on Parallel Processing of the IEEE Computer Society as part of its mission to promote parallel processing research and education, especially at the PhD level.