This year SC archives companion materials at the conference website. This webpage contains the peer-review materials accepted to the Poster and Scientific Visualization Showcase Programs as well as the papers accepted in several workshops. This webpage will remain in place after the conference ends.


The SC13 Technical Posters Program at SC13 includes regular posters (i.e., research, educational and electronic posters) and ACM Student Research Competition posters.

The program received 211 regular, electronic, and education poster submissions, which covered a wide variety of research topics in HPC. The Poster Committee followed a rigorous peer-review process with careful management of conflicts, and three reviews per submission (in most cases). The Poster Committee reviewed the submissions and selected 83 regular, electronic, and education posters that are archived in this webpage, reflecting an average acceptance rate below 40%.

SC13 also hosted the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) Poster Program, where 24 student-developed posters selected after a rigorous peer-review process from 50 submissions were on display and competed for the best graduate and undergraduate student poster awards. The selected posters are archived in this webpage. Click here to see the Posters Archive Index.

Scientific Visualization Showcase

This webpage archives selected entries that were displayed live in a museum/art gallery format at SC13 so that attendees could experience and enjoy the latest in science and engineering HPC results expressed through state-of-the-art visualization technologies.Click here to see the Scientific Visualization Showcase Index.


SC13 included nearly 30 full-day and half-day workshops that complemented the overall Technical Program events, expanded the knowledge base of its subject area, and extended its impact by providing greater depth of focus. The workshops covered a broad range of subjects that address a variety of large-scale computing challenges, software engineering, dealing with very large amounts of data, visualization, algorithms, programming tools and techniques, and the application of HPC in new domains. Papers presented at the SC13 workshops without SIGHPC proceedings are archived in this webpage. Click here to see the Workshops Index.

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