[hpc-announce] Fault Tolerant Systems Workshop CFP - In Conjunction with IEEE Cluster 2015 - Extended Deadline & Page Limit Update

Zhao, Xin xinzhao3 at illinois.edu
Fri Apr 24 10:57:46 CDT 2015

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First International Workshop on Fault Tolerant Systems (FTS) September 8th.

To be held in conjunction with IEEE Cluster 2015, September 8th in Chicago, IL.

Website: http://www.mcs.anl.gov/events/workshops/fts/2015/

Fault Tolerance is a cross-cutting issue that spans all layers of the
hardware/software stack, and hence, requires coupled improvements in each
layer and co-design between the different layers. FTS aims at providing a
venue for researchers to share experiences across the hardware/software layers
and attendees to get a holistic view of fault tolerance techniques.

The focus areas for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

* Techniques for predicting, detecting, and correcting silent data corruption
* Hardware failure prediction and recovery techniques
* Novel hardware design for fault mitigation
* Programming interfaces and libraries to facilitate resilience of parallel executions
* Resilient algorithm design for application level fault tolerance
* Failure modeling and analysis
* Fault injection techniques for improved tool development
* Hardware and software fault detection and reporting systems
* Fault tolerance for coupled executions, workflows, and in situ data analytics
* Algorithms for performance optimization in the presence of faults
* Techniques and algorithms for rollback recovery

Proceedings of this workshop will be published in CD format and will be
available at the conference (together with the IEEE Cluster conference
proceedings). The accepted papers will be included in and indexed by the IEEE
CS digital library.

The best papers of FTS-2015 will be included in a Special Issue on Fault
Tolerant Systems of the International Journal of High Performance Computing
Applications (IJHPCA), edited by Wesley Bland and Mattan Erez. Submission to
this special issue is by invitation only the submission deadline is still
being determined.

Submissions should be in PDF format in U.S. Letter size paper. They should not
exceed 8 pages (all inclusive). Authors with accepted papers may purchase
additional up to 4 pages. Submissions will be judged based on relevance,
significance, originality, correctness and clarity. Please visit workshop website at:


for the submission link.

Paper Submission:    May 15, 2015
Author Notification:   June 8, 2015
Camera Ready:        August 1, 2015
Workshop Date:       September 8th, 2015

  * Wesley Bland, Intel Corporation
  * Mattan Erez, University of Texas, Austin

  * Xin Zhao, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  * Pavan Balaji, Argonne National Laboratory
  * Franck Cappello, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  * Mattan Erez, University of Texas, Austin
  * Yves Robert, INRIA and University of Tennessee, Knoxville

  * Leonardo Bautista Gomez, Argonne National Laboratory
  * Aurelien Bouteiller, University of Tennessee
  * Raghunath Chandrasekar, Cray
  * Ana Gainaru, University of Illinois, NCSA
  * Sudhanva Gurumurthi, AMD
  * Kathryn Mohror, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  * Karu Sankaralingam, University of Wisconsin
  * Kento Sato, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  * Sangmin Seo, Argonne National Laboratory
  * Timothy Tsai, Nvidia Corporation

If you have any questions, please contact us at fts-chairs at mcs.anl.gov

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