[AG-TECH] FYI - CFP HPDC-11/GGF5 (Edinburgh, Scotland - July 2002)
Mary E. Spada
spada at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Jan 17 17:36:53 CST 2002
In the interest of stimulating contributions pertaining to the Access Grid,
please take a look and consider contributing....
(btw - there's plenty of beer - and single-malt - in Scotland)
>CALL FOR PAPERS: HPDC-11
>HPDC-11: The International Symposium on Grid Computing
>July 24 - 26, 2002
>in conjunction with
>Global Grid Forum (GGF)-5
>July 22 - 24, 2002
>The HPDC symposium series has emerged as a leading technical conference in
>the growing and important field of Grid computing. This, the 11th meeting
>in the series, will be held for the first time outside the U.S., and for
>the first time in conjunction with the Global Grid Forum, the international
>body formed in 1998 to promote communication, best practices, and standards
>in Grid computing. HPDC-11/GGF-5 will together provide a global meeting
>place for those interested in Grid computing technologies and applications.
>A joint program of tutorials and keynote talks will highlight major themes
>and recent developments in the field.
>The HPDC-11 conference (formally, the 11th IEEE International Symposium on
>High-Performance Distributed Computing) will be a forum for presenting the
>latest research findings on the design and use of highly networked systems
>for computing, collaboration, data analysis, and other innovative tasks.
>Submissions are encouraged on all aspects of Grid computing, including
>hardware technologies, middleware, network services, and tools and
>languages that support application development. Case studies describing
>novel applications are also of interest. All papers will be rigorously
>reviewed by a distinguished international review committee.
>Topics of Interest (include, but are not limited to):
>-Software environments and language support for Grid computing
>-Applications and case studies of Grid computing
>-Parallel and distributed algorithms to solve computationally and
>data-intensive problems in networked environments
>-Multimedia, teleimmersive, and collaborative applications
>-High performance I/O and file systems
>-Security, configuration, policy, and management issues
>-Architectural support for high-speed communications or interconnection
>-Efficient communication interfaces for distributed computing
>-Terabit network architectures.
>Authors are requested to submit extended abstracts of at most 3000 words,
>not including figures or references. Abstracts should be written so as to
>be self contained and to provide the technical substance required for the
>program committee to evaluate the paper's contribution. Excessively long
>abstracts will be rejected outright. Papers submitted to or published in
>another reference or journal are ineligible for this conference.
>Abstracts must be submitted by February 22, 2002 (note: deadline has been
>extended from previous call). Electronic submission is preferred; see
>http://www.extreme.indiana.edu/~gannon/hpdc/hpdc11.html for details.
>Authors will be notified by April 10, 2002, and final camera-ready copies
>are due by May 8, 2002.
>Tutorial proposals should be submitted to the Tutorials Chair by March 4,
>2002: Rich Wolski, rich at cs.ucsb.edu.
>Exhibits and Technical Demonstrations:
>Proposals for exhibits and technical demonstrations should be submitted to
>Randy Bramley, bramley at indiana.edu, by May 1, 2002. Proposals should
>include a 2-4 page definition and description of each exhibit / demonstration.
>See http://www.eicc.co.uk/edinburgh/ for information about the Edinburgh
>International Convention Center.
>A unique combination of heritage, colour and culture, this is a city of
>breathtaking beauty. The quaint corners and alleyways of the Old Town, the
>Georgian splendor of Charlotte Square, the dominating presence of the
>castle: all different, all unforgettable, all essentially Edinburgh.
>Edinburgh is once again home to Scotland's parliament and excitement is in
>the air. Edinburgh is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with mountains,
>glens, lochs and wild places only a short journey away. There are more
>distilleries and castles than you can possibly visit, and more single malts
>than you can possibly drink. Archaeological sites date back about 4000 years.
>For more information about the symposium, and past programs, visit the HPDC
>website at http://www.hpdc.org
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