The 1st Euro-Par PhD Symposium will be held virtually in 2021 with poster presentations by students working toward a PhD in broadly defined areas related to parallel and distributed processing. Extended abstracts for the posters accepted for presentation at the PhD Symposium will be published as part of the Euro-Par workshops proceedings. The PhD Symposium program will also include a career mentoring panel devoted to students, either participating in the PhD forum or authors of conference papers.
7 May 2021 AoE
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