The 1st Euro-Par PhD Symposium will be held virtually in 2021 with presentations by students working toward a PhD in broadly defined areas related to parallel and distributed processing. The accepted papers for presentation at the PhD Symposium will be published as part of the Euro-Par workshops proceedings.
25 May 2021 AoE (extended)
30 June 2021
Applicant students must be officially enrolled in a PhD Program at the time of submission, and each submission MUST be backed by an endorsement from the official PhD adviser(s). Masters students on track to enter a PhD program may apply but should meet the same standards as other applicants. Required submission files:
- Proposal (4-page paper), including:
- Title of work, author and adviser(s) names, affiliations
- Abstract of the work
- Brief description of work being done, including problem being addressed, the research methodology being used, and any preliminary results (if any)
- Adviser Statement of Support (on institutional letterhead), including:
- Declaration that the applicant is a full-time student
- Confirmation of support for applicant’s participation
- Declaration of length of time the student has been under adviser's supervision
- Student main contributions
Applicants should prepare the submission documents that address item 1 above. The proposal manuscript must be in PDF format and cannot exceed four (4) pages (including references), formatted in the Springer LNCS style. Applicants should submit the manuscript through EasyChair:
The advisor should submit the Letter of Support by the end of submission deadline. Otherwise the application may be rejected without review.
The Euro-Par PhD Symposium 2021 committee members will review the submitted applications. Submitted documents that do not meet the above requirements might be rejected without a review. All submitted proposals will be checked for originality by Springer iThenticate (proposals which show an insufficient originality might be rejected without a review).
- Didem Unat, Koç University, Turkey
- Aleksandar Ilic, INESC-ID, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal