[hpc-announce] CFP: ACM SIGMETRICS Workshop on Distributed Cloud Computing (DCC) 2015

Marco Canini marco.canini at uclouvain.be
Mon Jan 12 16:28:40 CST 2015

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ACM SIGMETRICS Workshop on Distributed Cloud Computing (DCC)


co-located with ACM SIGMETRICS 2015 and ACM FCRC 2015
June 19, 2015
Portland, Oregon, USA


Abstract submissions due: 24 February 2015
Submissions due: 3 March 2015
Notification of acceptance: 10 April 2015
Camera-ready papers due: 22 April 2015
Workshop: 19 June 2015


The Distributed Cloud Computing (DCC) workshop is interdisciplinary and
touches both distributed systems and networking aspects as well as cloud
computing. DCC 2013 was co-located with IEEE/ACM UCC 2013 and DCC 2014 was
co-located with ACM SIGCOMM 2014.

We want to attract both industry relevant papers as well as papers from
academic researchers working on the foundations of the distributed cloud

DCC 2015 accepts high-quality papers related to the distributed cloud which
fall into at least one of the following categories:

- Foundations and principles of distributed cloud computing

- Experience with and performance evaluation of existing deployments and
measurements (public, private, hybrid, federated environments)

- Optimization and algorithms

- Architectural models, prototype implementations and applications

- Virtualization technology and enablers (network virtualization,
software-defined networking)

- Service and resource specification, languages, and formal verification

- Economics and pricing


Submissions are single-blind and should not exceed 4 pages in length (in
ACM format: http://www.sigmetrics.org/sig-alternate-per.cls).

Accepted papers will appear in a Special Issue of the ACM Performance
Evaluation Review (PER). Authors of accepted papers grant ACM permission to
publish them in print and digital formats. There are no copyright issues
with PER, and thus authors retain the copyright of their work with complete
freedom to submit their work elsewhere.

For an accepted paper, at least one author must attend the workshop.


Marco Canini, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium
James Kempf, Ericsson Research, Silicon Valley, USA
Stefan Schmid, Telekom Innovation Laboratories (T-Labs) & TU Berlin, Germany


Theophilus Benson (Duke University)
Annette Bieniusa (TU Kaiserslautern)
Ken Birman (Cornell University)
Rajesh Bordawekar (IBM Research)
Ivona Brandic (TU Wien)
Marco Canini (co-Chair) (Université catholique de Louvain)
Augustin Chaintreau (Columbia University)
Paolo Costa (Microsoft Research)
Johan Eker (Ericsson Research)
Erik Elmroth (Umeå University)
Guy Even (Tel-Aviv University)
Indranil Gupta (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Oliver Hohlfeld (RWTH Aachen University)
Aman Kansal (Microsoft Research)
Holger Karl (University Paderborn)
James Kempf (co-Chair) (Ericsson Research)
Ramin Khalili (Huawei)
Nikola Knezevic (IBM Research)
Rick Mcgeer (SAP)
Sanjai Narain (Applied Communication Sciences)
Jose Rolim (University of Geneva)
Stefan Schmid (co-Chair) (TU Berlin & Telekom Innovation Laboratories)
Don Towsley (University of Massachusetts - Amherst)
Laurent Vanbever (ETH Zurich)
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