Portland, Oregon, USA
Sep 9-13, 2017
Dates & Deadlines:
March 14, 2017: Paper Deadline
May 3-6, 2017: Author Response Period
May 24, 2017: Author Notification
- July 19, 2017: Camera Ready Final Papers
- September 9-13, 2017: PACT 2017
PACT 2017 Information:
Call for Contributions
PACT 2017 Organization:
Address questions to:
mi.sun.park [at] intel.com
The 26th International Conference on
Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques (PACT)
Portland, Oregon, USA
September 9-13, 2017
- Some travel funds will only be available to ACM SIGARCH student members and IEEE members only. Any student from any country can become an ACM/IEEE member.
- Some travel funds will be provided by the National Science Foundation to support students from U.S. institutions to travel to attend PACT 2017.
- We highly encourage all students to join SIGARCH, TCCA, and TCPP to be given higher priority (SIGARCH offers an online membership for $2).
- The exact number and amount of the awards will be determined based on the number of eligible applicants and the availability of funds.
- Reimbursement will occur after the conference, and is contingent upon two things:
(a) The submission of all original receipts (transportation and accommodation). Please note that we must have the original receipts and not credit card receipts. Also, all travel grant awardees must fill out the travel expense claim form (which will be provided at a later time).
(b) The submission of a 1-page report of your experience of PACT-2017, and what you thought was the most significant presentation and the paper at the conference.
How to apply:
Grant applications must be received by the deadline. The application deadline is August 14th, 2017. Please send the application by email to the Student Travel Grant Chair, Carole-Jean Wu.
Use the subject line "PACT 2017 Student Travel Grant Application for [Your-Last-Name, Your-First-Name]"
The travel grant application must include:
Due to the large number of applications we expect to receive, we will NOT solicit letters from your advisors. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that your advisor sends us a confirmation email before the deadline.
- The name of the student, the student's institution and advisor; US citizenship or residency information; membership in an under-represented group if applicable
- A resume (including IEEE and/or ACM student membership numbers if available)
- A cover letter stating the reason for attending PACT and a description of research interests
- A statement from the student's advisor confirming that you are a full-time student pursuing an MS/PhD or undergraduate research in the areas covered by PACT with the email titled "Student Travel Status Confirmation for [Your-Last-Name, Your-First-Name]". The confirmation email must be received prior to the application deadline
- Information about other sources of funding
- Estimate of conference-related expenses