Call for Research Posters
Abstract Submission Deadline in:
The poster session offers a chance to present early research ideas, late-breaking results, and novel perspectives on Cluster, Cloud and Internet computing at the CCGRID conference. We welcome submissions from academia, industry and labs to submit posters on topics of interest similar to those of the main conference tracks:
- Hardware Systems and Networking (for Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing)
- Software Systems and Platforms (for Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing)
- ML for Systems, and Systems for ML
- Future Compute Continuum
- Applications and Translation
All deadlines are in Anywhere on Earth (AoE), UTC-12 timezone.
- Brief Abstract Submission: January 24th, 2023 (Optional, but strongly encouraged)
- Extended Abstract Submission: Jan 31st February 7th, 2023
- Acceptance notification: Feb 10th February 17th, 2023
- Camera ready submission: March 17th, 2023
Best Poster Award
CCGrid will present Best Poster Award(s) to the top poster(s) selected by an evaluation panel. The award will be determined based on the reviews of the extended abstract and the presentation of the poster at the conference.
Submission, Review and Presentation Guidelines
Authors may submit their contributions electronically through the EasyChair portal. Please select the research poster track for your submission since multiple technical tracks may be open at the same time.
Page Limits, Formatting and Proceedings
- Authors are invited to submit 2-page extended abstracts for the poster, including figures and tables but excluding references.
- Manuscripts should be formatted using the IEEE two-column format for conference proceedings. Papers must be submitted as a PDF file.
- The extended abstracts of accepted posters will appear in the companion proceedings of the conference (CCGRIDW), published through the IEEE Conference Publishing Services (CPS), and available online at IEEE Xplore and ACM Digital Libraries.
- Papers that do not follow these guidelines will not be reviewed.
Reviewer Process and Conflicts
- Submitted papers must represent original unpublished research that is not currently under review for any other conference or journal. Papers not following these guidelines will be rejected without review and further action may be taken, including (but not limited to) notifications sent to the heads of the institutions of the authors and sponsors of the conference.
- The review process for posters will be single-blinded. Authors’ should include their name, affiliation and email in the submission. All manuscripts will be reviewed and will be judged by the poster committee members.
- When submitting your extended abstracts, you must declare your conflicts of interest with the program committee members. Conflicts may be those PC members who are currently with the same institution as any of the authors, the advisor of an author, or thos with whom you have a project/publication/grant collaboration within the last 2 years.
CCGrid 2023 will be held physically in an in-person mode. At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the conference at the author registration rate and must present their work. Any no-shows will cause the accepted contribution to be withdrawn from the conference proceedings.
Authors of accepted posters should prepare a poster version of their extended abstract (format details to be shared later), bring a printed version of the poster to be mounted on an easel (provided by the conference) and present it at an interactive poster session. Authors will also have the opportunity to give a lightning talk at a special oral session.
In case of exceptional circumstances (e.g., COVID related restrictions), the option to present remotely may be provided. In such rare cases, please write to the Poster Chairs.
We, as the CCGrid community, are committed, both individually and collectively, to nurturing diversity and inclusion, sustaining a climate of mutual respect, and fostering a collaborative and supportive environment wherein everyone is empowered to succeed.
Authors and participants are encouraged to read the ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and the ACM Policy Against Harassment, and IEEE Computer Society's expectation of professional behavior found in the IEEE Computer Society Open Conference Statement, the IEEE Event Conduct and Safety Statement, and the IEEE Code of Ethics.