ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference

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SC (formerly Supercomputing), the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, is the name of the annual conference established in 1988 by the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society. In 2012, about 10,000 people participated overall (slightly less than SC'2011 but more than SC'2010).

Not to be confused with the International Supercomputing Conference which has been held in Europe since 1986 or other similarly named conferences.

SC13[edit]

The SC13 conference will held in November 2013 the Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

History[edit]

Year Location Conference center Peer-reviewed papers accepted/submitted/%
2013 Denver, Colorado Colorado Convention Center 90/457/20% [1]
2012 Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Palace Convention Center 100/472/21% [2]
2011 Seattle, Washington Washington State Convention Center 74/352/21% [3]
2010 New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans Morial Convention Center 51/253/20% [4]
2009 Portland, Oregon Oregon Convention Center 59/261/23% [5]
2008 Austin, Texas Austin Convention Center 49/277/21% [6]
2007 Reno, Nevada Reno-Sparks Convention Center 54/268/20% [7]
2006 Tampa, Florida Tampa Convention Center[1] 54/239/23% [8]
2005 Seattle, Washington Washington State Convention Center[2] 62/260/24% [9]
2004 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania David L. Lawrence Convention Center[3] (unknown)
2003 Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix Civic Plaza Convention Center[4] 60/207/29% [10]
2002 Baltimore, Maryland Baltimore Convention Center[5] 67/230/29% [11]
2001 Denver, Colorado Denver Convention Center[6] 60/240/25% [12]
2000 Dallas, Texas Dallas Convention Center[7] 63/179/35% [13]
1999 Portland, Oregon Oregon Convention Center[8]  ?
1998 Orlando, Florida Orange County Convention Center[9]  ?
1997 San Jose, California San Jose Convention Center[10]  ?
1996 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania David L. Lawrence Convention Center[11]  ?
1995 San Diego, California San Diego Convention Center[12]  ?
1994 Washington, D.C. Washington D.C. Convention Center[13]  ?
1993 Portland, Oregon Oregon Convention Center[14]  ?
1992 Minneapolis, Minnesota  ?
1991 Albuquerque, New Mexico
1990 New York, New York
1989 Reno, Nevada Reno-Sparks Convention Center
1988 Orlando, Florida Orange County Convention Center

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