[hpc-announce] CCGrid 2014 - Call for Papers for Doctoral Symposium (Due 10 February 2014)

Judy Qiu xqiu at cs.indiana.edu
Fri Jan 24 23:03:41 CST 2014

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*CCGrid 2014 - Call for Papers for Doctoral Symposium

*14th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing

*May 26-29, 2014

*Chicago, IL USA


The Doctoral Symposium of the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster,
Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGrid) provides a forum for students in all
areas of Cluster, Grid and Cloud research to obtain visibility, feedback
and advice on their Ph.D. dissertation topics and research career. The
Symposium promotes fruitful interactions and networking between student
researchers at a similar stage in their careers. The program committee
consists of experts in the field who will provide their valuable feedback
to the ongoing research work of participating students. Selected students
will showcase their work in front of an audience of both their peers and
researchers and will also be invited to present their work as a poster in
the poster exhibition of CCGrid. The Symposium will present a Best Paper
Award, where jury researchers will take into account the paper, the
presentation, and the poster for each submission.


Doctoral symposium papers can be submitted at:



*Papers due:                                10 February 2014

*Author notification:                      24 February 2014

*Final papers due:                        14 March 2014



The symposium is open to all Ph.D. students carrying out research on topics
related to the theme of the CCGrid conference. Topics of interest include
but are not limited to:

• Abstractions and Models for dynamic, distributed and data intensive

• Applications of innovative computing paradigms

• Architectures, Systems and Scalability issues

• Autonomic and Nature-inspired Computing

• Community and collaborative computing networks

• Economic and Utility computing models for Clusters, Grids and Clouds

• Emerging Platform as a Service technologies such as NOSQL and MapReduce

• Fault-Tolerant and Reliable Computing

• High-performance networking

• Middleware for scalable distributed and cluster computing

• Multicore, Accelerator-based and Heterogeneous Computing

• Programming Models, Tools, Problem Solving Environments and Applications

• Scheduling, load balancing and resource management paradigms

• Service-Oriented Cyberinfrastructure, including discovery, composition
and orchestration

• Software-Defined Networks

• Trust, Security and Data Privacy on public and hybrid clouds

• Virtualization and other Cloud IaaS issues


The authors of selected papers will be allotted 10 minutes to present their
work at the CCGrid Doctoral Symposium. The students will also present their
posters and talk one-on-one with the attendees in the poster exhibition



• Judy Qiu, Indiana University, USA

• Dennis Gannon, Microsoft Research, USA

• Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University
• Thomas Sterling, Indiana University
• Jon Weismann, University of Minnesota, USA
• Manish Parashar, Rutgers University, USA

• Adam Coates, Stanford University, USA

• Lavanya Ramakrishnan, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

• Shicong Meng, IBM Watson, USA

• Jingjun Chen, University of Technology, Australia

• Alex Losup, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

• Kui Ren, University at Buffalo, USA
• Andy Li, University of Florida, USA
• Chen Wenguang, Tsinghua University, China
• Gilles Fedak, INRIA, France
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