[hpc-announce] CFP: WETICE 2013- 2nd CAGing Collaborative and Autonomic Green computing

Stolf stolf at irit.fr
Wed Jan 16 06:31:22 CST 2013

22st IEEE International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and 

CAGing is a track of 22 st WETICE annual IEEE co-sponsored International 
Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Infrastructure. Proceedings 
are published by the IEEE CS Press.

Green computing is nowadays a major challenge for a large community. For 
example, a datacenter consumes 2% of global electricity and this will 
continue to grow. The integration of green preoccupations can be done at 
different levels: hardware, network, operating system, applications, etc.
In parallel, the architecture of computer systems and software is 
becoming more and more complex and distributed. Grids and clouds are 
good example of those trends. The size and complexity of such a system 
can no longer be managed at the human level or with scripts. The use of 
collaborative methods and autonomic computing could solve many problems: 
configuration, performance, safety, availability, scalability of 
solution, accuracy of the solution, etc.

This track focuses on collaborative approach, autonomic models, green 
dynamic architecture, algorithms, middleware and experimentation with 
green computing concern. It aims to provide a forum for academia and 
industry to discuss recent and innovative results.

Specific topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

- collaborative green computing middleware
- green-oriented Autonomic computing
- scalability issues of green middleware
- QoS and green computing
- green-aware system configuration and reconfiguration
- green profiling applications
- green resources management and / or simulation
- component model for green computing
- cooperative resource management and control in green computing
- tools and simulators for green computing
- cross-layer and multi-level coordination of green policies


Paper submission deadline : february 1, 2013
Notification to authors : march 15, 2013
Paper author's registration deadline : may 1, 2013
WETICE-2013 Conference : june 17-20, 2013

More Information about the all invited speakers can be found in 

Participants are expected to submit an original research paper or a 
position paper, not submitted or published elsewhere. All submissions 
should be electronic (in PDF/PS) and will be peer-reviewed by at least 
three program committee members.
Submission should include the title of the paper, the names and 
affiliations of the authors, a 150-word abstract and at most eight 
keywords. Submission should follow the IEEE format (single spaced, two 
columns, 10pt, Times/Roman font) and not exceed eight pages, including 
figures. Please submit papers with easychair at this address:
Accepted papers will be published along with the WETICE 2013 proceedings 
by the IEEE Computer Society Press.
Please note that your paper should have at least one paid registration 
to be published in the WETICE Proceedings. The registration information 
can be found on the WETICE Web sitehttp://www.wetice.org
    Patricia Stolf, IRIT, Université de Toulouse, France
    Thierry Monteil, LAAS-CNRS, INSA - Université de Toulouse, France

Pascal Bouvry, Univ. Luxembourg
Ivona Brandic, TUWien, Austria
Alain Tchana, Université Joseph Fourier, LIG, France
Laurent Lefèvre, INRIA, University of Lyon, France
Jean-Marc Menaud, EMN, France
Ariel Oleksiak, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
Shrisha Rao, IIT Bangalore, India

Thierry Monteil
monteil at laas.fr

Patricia STOLF
Responsable Pédagogique LP APSIO (Analyste Programmeur Spécialisé en Ingénierie des Objets)
IUT Blagnac Toulouse II - Département Informatique / IRIT (Université de Toulouse)
Tel (IUT) : 05 62 74 71 23
Tel (IRIT) : 05 61 55 63 57

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