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Important Dates

Submission: June 10th
Notification: June 15th

General Information

An important initiative for enhancing the scope and fulfill the expectations of the SBAC-PAD participants is the existence of workshops associated with the event. The workshops may focus on any of the topics of interest of SBAC-PAD.

Workshops will have a duration of either half or full day. All participants must be registered to SBAC-PAD. The local organization is responsible for the meeting rooms and presentation support. Workshop organizers will be responsible for publishing eletronic proceedings in a Web page, which must provide all accepted papers and presentations in PDF. Workshop promoters are also responsible for other initiatives, such as keynote speakers and panelists. The workshops will be held in Ouro Preto, MG, Brazil. The average capacity of the meeting rooms is 100 people.


The proposals may be written in Portuguese or English and must be sent by e-mail and will be acknowledged also by e-mail. The submission message must have the following format:

Subject: SBAC-PAD Workshop Submission
Message Body: link to the proposal Web page
Signature: Workshop organizers

There is no format for the proposal Web page, but we recommend that it provides the following information:

a) Name of the proposed workshop
b) Workshop focus and goals, justifying the workshop relevance
c) Workshop history, if not the first edition
d) Topics of interest
e) Workshop program, including its duration
f) Profile and expected number of attendees
g) Submission procedures
h) Program committee
i) Logistics necessary
j) Workshop coordinator identification and contact information
k) Link for his/her CV, preferably Lattes

Selection Committee

Alberto de Souza (UFES)
Carlos Martins (PUCMG)
Dorgival Guedes (UFMG)
Gerson Carvalheiro (Unisinos)
Mario Dantas (UFSC)
Wagner Meira Jr. (UFMG)

Selected Workshops:

(i) WTCA - Teaching Computer Architectures
(ii) HPV - High Performance Visualization
(iii) HPCLife - High Performance Computing on the Life Sciences
(iv) ParGov - Applications of Parallel Computing to e-Gov.