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JSSPP 2024

27th Workshop on Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing (JSSPP 2024)
In Conjunction with IPDPS 2024, San Francisco, California USA, May 31, 2024


JSSPP 2024 is the 27th edition of the workshop on Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing. JSSPP 2024 will be held in conjunction with 38th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS'2024), May 27 - 31, 2024 in San Francisco, California USA.

This annual series of workshops has been held since 1995 in conjunction with various other conferences, including IPDPS (formerly IPPS), the main parallel processing symposium sponsored by the IEEE, the ACM SIGMETRICS and ICS conferences, and HPDC/GGF, the premier annual meeting of the Global Grid Forum.

The proceedings of these workshops are published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series.
You can download BibTeX file of all these workshop proceedings.

JSSPP 2024 is currently planned as in-person meeting. The virtual format was very successful in both JSSPP 2022, 2021 and JSSPP 2020 editions, with great participant attendance and engagement with the presenters.


Paper Submission Deadline

February 25th, 2024 (final extension)

Author Notification

March 10th, 2024

Camera-Ready Paper

July 28th, 2024



Keynote Lecture is Online

JSSPP Keynote was delivered by Walfredo Cirne (Google): Managing Private Clouds.
Abstract: This talk defines the Private Cloud Management program and presents Flex, Google’s solution for it. It covers how Flex makes Google’s easier to operate, as well as the key techniques used to make it more efficient. It also discusses how we preserve governance by charging internal users the resources they prompted Google to buy, in spite of aggressive resource sharing and on-demand allocation.

JSSPP 2024 preliminary program is available

Check out our 2024 Preliminary Program! This year, 10 papers will be presented at JSSPP as well as a keynote lecture by Walfredo Cirne (Google) with the title: Managing Private Clouds.

2023 Proceedings PUBLISHED by Springer

We are happy to announce that the proceedings of JSSPP 2023 - 26th Workshop on Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing have been published in LNCS series by Springer. The book is available at: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-43943-8.

2023 Program Available

We are happy to announce that JSSPP 2023 will host 8 regular papers and a keynote lecture by Moe Jette on SLURM resource manager [ Visit Program Page ].

All talks from 2022 edition are online

View 11 paper presentations including the keynote at the JSSPP YouTube channel.

JSSPP is on Slack

slack Feel free to join us at Slack. Slack is a perfect way to discuss and share ideas within JSSPP scheduling community.

Quick Links

This workshop series has been ranked among the very good venues in Computer Science in terms of impact (CORE:B->C, LiveSHINE:A-, Microsoft Academic:A-, ERA:B, Qualis:B1). Latest results can be found at the GGS Conference Rating, CORE Conference Portal or at the Conference Ranks websites (using "jsspp" acronym).

Previous Workshops

JSSPP publishes with Springer

JSSPP 1995-2024 – the Workshop on Jobs Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing. Contact email: jssppw@gmail.com