[hpc-announce] CfP: Workshop on Next Generation Clouds at ICPP 2018 - Deadline extended

Carlos Reaño González carregon at gap.upv.es
Mon Apr 16 04:12:17 CDT 2018

First International Workshop on Next Generation Clouds
Eugene, Oregon, USA, August 13, 2018
To be held in conjunction with the 47th International Conference on
Parallel Processing (ICPP 2018)


The landscape of Cloud computing is rapidly changing to meet future
demands of scale and efficiency of emerging paradigms, such as the
Internet-of-Things. This Workshop aims to bring together researchers
from both academia and the industry to foster discussion and
collaboration for tackling the systems oriented challenges of next
generation cloud computing.

Program Highlights

- Two confirmed keynote presentations from Amazon and VMWare
- Opportunities of engagement and networking for early career researchers
- Two sessions at the workshop - one on all avenues of next generation
   Cloud computing and a second session on accelerator virtualization
   for the Cloud
- Journal special issue for selected accepted papers

Topics of Interest

We welcome papers that impact all avenues of next generation cloud
computing, but not limited to:
1. Infrastructure – hardware, middleware and software
2. Architecture – emerging distributed and decentralised clouds
    using fog/edge, serverless computing, and container technologies
3. Systems – programming models, algorithms, virtualization technologies,
    hardware accelerators, and runtime systems
4. Management – scheduling, resource scaling, deployment, monitoring,
    benchmarking, and metering
5. Application – novel applications in deep learning, mobile apps, IoT,
    smart cities, health care etc.

Important Dates

Submission deadline – April 16, 2018. Extended to April 30, 2018
Notification date – May 24, 2018
Camera-ready due – May 31, 2018
Workshop date – August 13, 2018
All deadlines are set to 11:59 p.m. anywhere on Earth

Accepted Papers

All accepted papers will be published in the ICPP 2018 conference proceedings.
Accepted papers relevant to the accelerator virtualization theme will  
be invited
to submit an extended version for a journal. Call for papers available at

Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to your submission.

On behalf of the organizers


Dr Carlos Reano Postdoctoral Researcher, Technical University of  
Valencia, Spain

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