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About ICPE

The International Conference on Performance Engineering (ICPE) originated 13 years ago from the fusion of an ACM workshop on software and performance prediction and a SPEC workshop focused on benchmarking and performance evaluation.

ICPE continues true to its origins with focus both on software performance modeling, prediction, and measurement as well as on benchmark-based performance evaluation. The areas to which such principles are applied have evolved over the years with the technological evolution in academia and industry.

ICPE contributions appear at all levels of system and software design, performance modeling, and measurements of performance, from the cloud’s core to edge, from mobile devices to major data centers, from web applications to scientific applications.

The ICPE focus on engineering performance means that industrial practitioners and academics that participate in ICPE are interested in quantifying the performance impact of all aspects of complex systems design and implementation. Length of design cycles, life-time maintenance issues, quality of experience, costs to delivering a system or service are also the focus of the intellectual curiosity of ICPE participants.

NEW: Data Challenge

For the first time, ICPE 2022 features data challenge, with data generously provided by MongoDB. Interested? Learn more about the Data Challenge Track here.

Virtual Conference Statement (updated Nov 2021)

In light of ongoing developments with rising COVID-19 case numbers all over the world, the appearance of new virus variants, and ongoing travel restrictions the ICPE 2022 organization committee decided to go full virtual with the next ICPE edition. After thoughtful discussions with our steering committees and co-sponsors (SPEC & ACM), ICPE will move to be a fully online, virtual experience that will take place during yet-to-be-defined time slots in the conference week. We believe this is the safest approach for the health and safety of our global community and we are excited that a virtual event allows people to participate and interact despite the ongoing pandemic.

Attendees will be able to participate virtually in the conference similar to the experience from the previous full virtual editions. Networking is a cornerstone of our event and we will try to set up a virtual conference experience that fosters this as much as possible.

The conference agenda will now be aligned as in previous editions with core sessions taking place for approximately four hours per day including paper discussions, keynotes, workshops, and interactions.

We hope you all understand our decision in the current situation and will be happy to meet you virtually in ICPE 2022.

The ICPE 2022 organisation committee