General Submissions welcome!

Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (CCPE) publishes high-quality, original research papers, and authoritative research review papers, in the overlapping fields of:

  • Parallel and distributed computing;
  • High-performance computing;
  • Computational and data science;
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning;
  • Big data applications, algorithms, and systems;
  • Network science;
  • Ontologies and semantics;
  • Security and privacy;
  • Cloud/edge/fog computing;
  • Green computing; and
  • Quantum computing.

Emphasis on novel research related to practice and experience in these areas should be an essential aspect of contributions, rather than addressing theoretical aspects. Submissions should involve or imply significant concurrency and/or computational issues. Within these broad areas, the scope of CCPE includes the design, implementation, and optimization of compute and data-intensive applications for parallel and distributed systems. This includes the development of novel concurrent algorithms and applications, their parallel performance analysis and modelling, and new programming or modelling languages and relevant methodologies for composing them. Areas relevant to compute and data-intensive applications include, but are not limited to, large-scale computational science, artificial intelligence, and the processing of voluminous datasets from satellites, scientific experiments, sensor networks, medical instruments, and other sources. Techniques for resource management in the context of parallel and distributed systems, and energy-aware computing are also topics of interest.


Journal Vision stresses papers in broad computer, data and computational science areas with a practical theme.

WILEY Journal Home Page and Early View of online published articles which are not yet in paper; note digital object identifier DOI is official citation; append to Wiley's DOI to get URL.

Editors and Members of the Editorial Board



Professor Geoffrey C. Fox
Digital Science Center
Indiana University

Tel: +1 812 219 4643
Prof David W. Walker
School of Computer Science & Informatics
Cardiff University
Cardiff CF24 3AA, UK
Tel: +44 29 20874205


Professor Jinjun Chen
Swinburne Data Science Research Institute
Department of Computer Science and
Software Engineering
Swinburne University of Technology
PO Box 218, Hawthorn,
VIC 3122, Australia
Dr Jeyan Thiyagalingam
Scientific Computing Department
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Chilton, Didcot



Professor Anthony J. G. Hey




Martin Berzins
University of Utah, USA
Jacob Barhen
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Judith Bishop
Microsoft External Research, Redmond, WA, USA
Jack Dongarra
University of Tennessee, USA
Barbara Chapman
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Ken Hawick
Massey University, New Zealand
Bill Gropp
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
Yousuff Hussaini
Florida State University, USA
Rolf Hempel
German Aerospace Center DLR, Germany
Xiaoming Li
Peking University, China
Lennart Johnsson
University of Houston, USA
Manish Parashar
Rutgers University, USA
Satoshi Matsuoka
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Omer Rana
University of Cardiff, Wales, UK
Beth Plale
Indiana University Bloomington, USA
Joel Saltz
Emory University, USA
Dan Reed
Microsoft, USA
Henk Sips
Technische Universiteit Delft, The Netherlands
Anthony Skjellum
University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Thomas Sterling
Louisiana State University, USA
Marco Vaneschi
Universita di Pisa, Italy
Mary Wheeler
University of Texas, USA
Roberto Zicari
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Germany
Hans Zima
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA




Please contact Geoffrey Fox if you have any questions. If he doesn't respond, try the back-up email