|Call for Tutorials|
Hot Interconnects 2010 continues it's tradition to offer world-class tutorials held by internationally renowned experts in the area of high-performance interconnect networks. Download a copy of the Call For Tutorials.
ScopeAttendees will come from mixed backgrounds and interest in interconnection networks. Tutorials are intended to cover all areas of interest for Hot Interconnects as listed on the Call for Papers. However, we encourage tutorials of broad applicability rather than those focusing solely on a research in a limited domain or by a particular group.
EquipmentHot Interconnects will solely provide internet access and rooms with standard presentation equipment. Hands-on tutorials must be prepared to rely on laptops brought by the participants.
Review ProcessTutorial submissions will be reviewed by the Hot Interconnects 2010 tutorials committee. The committee will consider, among other facts, appropriateness and utility for Hot Interconnects tutorial audience, timeliness and general interest, clarity, completeness, cohesiveness of the proposal and presentation history and teaching/speaking experience of the presenters.
PublicationAll materials must be submitted to the tutorials chair by August 6th and will be released to the attendees. Submitters must explicitly agree to release the materials for this purpose.
How to submitTutorials may be proposed for either a full-day (six hours) or a half-day (three hours). Full-day proposals may include up to four presenters, half-day proposals may include one or two presenters. Half-day tutorials on new and emerging technologies are encouraged. Tutorial proposals must be submitted electronically via the web site http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hoti10tut. Some of your information must be in both the web form and in the file upload. The file you upload should contain the following sections, each beginning on a separate page:
- A 200-word (maximum) abstract
- A detailed description of the tutorial content (maximum two pages!) containing:
- Goals of the tutorials (takeaways for the audience)
- Targeted audience
- Content level (split into: beginner, intermediate, advanced)
- Audience prerequisites
- Why is it relevant for HOTI'10 attendees ?
- General content
- All previous presentations of this tutorial and how it differs from them
- Detailed outline of the tutorial (1 page)
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae for each presenter (4 presenters maximum, 2 page maximum each)
- A statement agreeing to release the notes to HOTI'10 attendees
- Chair: Torsten Hoefler (University of Illinois)
- Pavan Balaji (Argonne National Lab)
- Fabrizio Petrini (IBM)
- Patrick Geoffray (Myricom)
- Ron Brightwell (Sandia National Lab)
- Martin Schulz (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)
- Karen Bergman (Columbia University)
- Luca Valcarenghi (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna)
- Submission deadline: May 5, 2010
- Notification of acceptance: June 20, 2010
- Submit abstract, detailed description of the tutorial content, detailed outline of the tutorial, resume or CV for each presenter.
- Tutorials should be submitted electronically at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hoti10tut for Hot Interconnects 18.