International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing (SBAC-PAD)



SBAC-PAD is an annual international conference series, the first of which was held in 1987. Each conference has traditionally presented new developments in high performance applications, as well as the latest trends in computer architecture and parallel and distributed technologies. The conference has strong international participation, with submissions typically coming from over a dozen countries. The selection process is competitive, with acceptance rate below 30% in recent years. In this edition, the symposium will be held at the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, in Campo Grande, Brazil.

Campo Grande is known as “Morena city” by the color of its land. It is the capital and largest city of Mato Grosso do Sul state. Campo Grande is also well known by its historical origins in the indigenous culture. The city is located in a plateau region, where you can see the boundaries of the horizon line at the bottom of any landscape. It is located on the Mercosur route, near the Pantanal, Bonito, Bodoquena National Park, and other municipalities with rich fishing and ecotourism. Campo Grande has a large tourism infrastructure and qualified attractions attracting tourists all around the world.

Authors are invited to submit original manuscripts on a wide range of high-performance computing areas, including computer architecture, systems software, languages and compilers, algorithms, and applications. For more information, please check the call for papers page.


Released preliminary version of SBAC-PAD 2019 website (Jan/30/2019)
Track chairs available (Mar/20/2019)
Submissions are now open (May/27/2019)
Updated important dates (Jun/03/2019).

Co-located events

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Data: Início: 15/10/2019
Encerramento: 18/10/2019
Local: Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul Site:

Omar Andres Carmona Cortes

Instituto Federal do MaranHão
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Possui graduação em Ciência da Computação pela Universidade Federal do Maranhão (jan/1997), mestrado em Ciências da Computação e Matemática Computacional pela Universidade de São Paulo (1999) e doutorado em Ciências da Computação e Matemática Computacional pela Universidade de São Paulo (2004). De 2013 a 2015 foi post-doctoral fellow na Dalhousie University em Halifax, NS, Canadá. Atualmente é professor associado do Instituto Federal de Ciência, Tecnologia e Educação do Maranhão (IFMA). Tem experiência na área de Ciência da Computação, com ênfase em Inteligência Artificial e Computação Paralela Distribuída, atuando principalmente nos seguintes temas: algoritmos evolutivos paralelos, algoritmos evolutivos/enxame híbridos, lógica nebulosa e evolutivos multi-objetivos com aplicações no mundo real.