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Papers For Workshops & Minisymposia


Euro-Par is the prime European conference covering all aspects of parallel and distributed processing, ranging from theory to practice, from small to the largest parallel and distributed systems and infrastructures, from fundamental computational problems to applications, from architecture, compiler, language and interface design and implementation, to tools, support infrastructures, and application performance aspects. To provide a meeting point for researchers to discuss and exchange new ideas and hot topics related to parallel and distributed computing and their applications, Euro-Par 2023 will co-locate workshops and, for the first time, minisymposia with the main conference. This is an invitation to send proposals for the workshop and, for the first time, a minisymposium program. Both workshops and minisymposia will be held on August 28 - August 29, 2023, the first two days of the conference.

Workshop Proceedings and Paper Review

The workshop proceedings will be published in a separate LNCS workshop volume after the conference. The principal coordinator of each workshop will appear as co-editor of the workshop volume. Registered workshop participants will receive an electronic copy of the volume by email. All authors of accepted papers will be requested to sign a Springer copyright form.

The Euro-Par organizers will provide an EasyChair setup for all Euro-Par 2020 workshops, and its use is mandatory to facilitate paper submissions, reviewing, and collecting the camera-ready versions. The workshop papers will not be published in the proceedings otherwise. Each workshop will be an independent track within the Workshops' EasyChair installation, but it will be fully manageable by the respective organizers. Papers of less than 10 pages will be considered as short papers that can be presented at the conference but not published in the proceedings.

Minisymposium publication

The contributions to the minisymposia will not be published in the proceedings. However, the organizers are invited to send one non-compulsory 4-page summary of the minisymposium. The document should summarize the scientific discussion promoted by the minisymposium and it will be published in the same LNCS volume as the workshop proceedings after the conference. The authors of the summary will be requested to sign a Springer copyright form.


Workshop and Minisymposium abstracts should be submitted through

For more information please visit each Workshop's/Minisymposium's website (available below)