Sep 25 – 27, 2024
Perth, Australia
Australia/Perth timezone
EuroMPI/Australia 2024 – Calls for Papers and Posters are open – Extended submission deadline is 7 June 2024

Call for Papers

EuroMPI is an annual conference with a focus on advancing the ubiquitous Message Passing Interface (MPI) model and specification of parallel programming. It also encompasses extensions and alternative interfaces for high-performance heterogeneous and hybrid systems, benchmarks, tools, parallel I/O, fault tolerance, and parallel applications using MPI and other interfaces. The EuroMPI conference series has been attracting an international audience of leading academic and industrial experts since 1994.

EuroMPI/Australia 2024 (25–27 September 2024) will be hosted by the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre in Perth, Australia, and will be co-located with the International Workshop on OpenMP – IWOMP 2024 (23–26 September 2024). Having EuroMPI, IWOMP, and the MPI Forum grouped together allows attendees to interact and share ideas and experiences to contribute to the improvement and furthering of message-passing, shared-memory parallelism, and related parallel programming paradigms – and their combined usage.

Through the presentation of full papers, short papers, posters, and invited talks, the meeting will provide ample opportunities for attendees to interact and share ideas and experiences to contribute to the improvement and furthering of message-passing and related parallel programming paradigms.

We solicit quality submissions of unpublished work that detail innovative, original research and development related to MPI.

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Important Dates

Submission Deadline (extended)Friday, 7 June 2024 (AoE)
Acceptance NotificationsFriday, 5 July 2024 (AoE)
Camera Ready Copy Deadline   Friday, 26 July 2024 (AoE)

We invite high-quality, paper submissions on all topics related to message-passing parallel programming with MPI and related or competing models. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Implementation issues and algorithms: Efficient and scalable implementations of message-passing constructs.
  • Architectures and systems: Towards exascale computing, efficient use of accelerators and other features of modern, large-scale systems, hardware-software interaction.
  • Programming models and paradigms for large-scale, parallel, distributed memory systems, hierarchical and hybrid models, partitioned global address space (PGAS) models.
  • Extensions to and shortcomings of MPI, alternative interfaces and solutions.
  • New, parallel (MPI-)I/O mechanisms optimizations.
  • Hybrid and heterogeneous programming with MPI and other interfaces.
  • Message passing interface support for data-intensive parallel applications.
  • Fault tolerance in message-passing implementations and systems.
  • MPI parallel programming in clouds and non-dedicated systems.
  • Applications and performance: Performance evaluation for MPI and MPI-based applications.
  • Automatic performance tuning of applications and implementations.
  • Verification of message-passing applications and protocols.
  • Applications using message passing, in particular in computational science and scientific computing.
  • Parallel algorithms in the message-passing paradigm.
  • Interactions between the message-passing library and runtime systems.

Papers will be reviewed for quality, originality, clarity, correctness, technical strength, and relevance to the topics of the meeting. Each paper will receive at least three reviews from members of the program committee. Reviews are blind (but not double-blind), the names of the authors will be seen by the program committee.

Papers that are not accepted for publication in the proceedings may still be recommended for short presentations or poster presentations. All accepted full papers will appear in the conference proceedings. Additionally, selected short papers can be included in the conference proceedings. All other accepted short papers and posters will be published informally on the website, but are not intended to appear in the proceedings. Even without inclusion in the proceedings, we consider short presentations and posters to be a good way to present early work to the community, which can lead to discussions, constructive feedback, and collaboration opportunities.

Among the papers selected for presentation, a few of the best papers will, as has been the tradition for the last couple of years, be selected by the program committee and recommended for publication in a EuroMPI 2023 plus EuroMPI/Australia 2024 Special Issue of a Journal, more details about the journal special issue coming here soon. These papers will go through a separate round of reviews and are intended as extended, more polished versions of the conference versions.


Submitted papers should follow LNCS Guidelines and obey the Authors' Code of Conduct.

Submitted full papers should be 12–15 pages, and short papers should be 6–11 pages (not all short papers will appear in the proceedings).

Note that at least one of the authors of each full paper, short paper, or poster accepted for presentation must be registered for EuroMPI/Australia 2024.

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Committees (Chairs and Program Committee)


EuroMPI/Australia 2024 will publish formal proceedings of the accepted papers in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.