[hpc-announce] [CFP] The 5th International Workshop on Autonomic High Performance Computing (AHPC 2019)

NICOLA CAPODIECI nicola.capodieci at unimore.it
Wed Mar 13 03:26:03 CDT 2019

The 5th International Workshop on Autonomic High Performance Computing
(AHPC 2019)



As part of The 17th International Conference on High Performance Computing
& Simulation (HPCS 2019) http://hpcs2019.cisedu.info/  or

July 15 – 19, 2019

Dublin, Ireland

Submissions could be for full papers, short papers, poster papers, or


Due to the increasing complexity, scale and heterogeneity in computing
systems and applications, including hardware, software, sensors,
communications and networks, there are needs for Autonomic Computing (AC)
focusing on self-manageable systems that exhibit self-configuration,
self-healing, self-protection, self-optimization, and/or self-monitoring.
It is getting even more critical with the ubiquitous permeation of embedded
and IoT devices, Clouds, Big Data, and the rising need of real-time data
stream processing.
Autonomic computing requires monitoring, decision making, resource
management, and actuation capabilities. The works span a wide spectrum of
topics and expertise such as
distributed systems, computer architecture, middleware services, databases
and data-stores, high speed networks, machine learning, and control theory.
The purpose of this workshop is intended to bring together specialists and
researchers in those converging specialties to share views and address
technical issues and developments
for autonomic and high performance computing.

The AHPC Workshop topics include (but are not limited to) the following:

    Autonomic computing systems that exhibit Self-configuration,
self-healing, self-protection, self-optimization, self-awareness, and/or

    Software engineering principles and architectures in Autonomic Computing

    Algorithms: machine learning, operations research, probability and
stochastic processes, queueing theory, rule-based systems,
biological-inspired techniques, and socially-inspired techniques

    Control-based approaches and Control Theory applied to Autonomic High
Performance Computing systems

    Autonomic components: hardware accelerators, multi-core servers,
storage, and networking

    Data analysis and decision techniques

    Monitoring systems

    Theory and practice of autonomic systems

    Self-Organization and Organic Computing

    Management of resources including hardware, workloads, faults,
security, power, and other challenges

    Hypervisor, operating systems, middleware, hardware, or application
support for autonomic computing

    Knowledge-based and/or intelligent user interfaces

    Self-adaptability and self-management of context-aware systems

    Cognitive computing and self-awareness in HPC and distributed systems

    Modeling, virtualization, operating systems or application in autonomic

    Biologically inspired computing (evolutionary algorithms, cellular
automata, DNA computation, amorphous computing, etc)

    Autonomic Cloud, Fog, and Edge Computing and Services

    Autonomic solutions in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of
Things (IoT)

    Autonomic solutions in security and integrity

     Applications of autonomic computing and experiences in science,
engineering, business and society, e.g. in Smart Cities


We welcome Regular papers (8 p.), Short papers (up to 4 pages), Poster
papers and Posters. For details, please see workshop page at


Submit a PDF copy of your manuscript to the Workshop paper submission site
at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ahpc2019


    Abstract Submissions: ---------------------------------------- 25 march

    Paper Submissions: ------------------------------------------- 1 april

    Acceptance Notification: -------------------------------------- 22
April 2019

    Camera Ready Papers and Registration Due by: ----------- 8 may 2019

    Conference Dates:  -------------------------------------------- 15–19
July 2019


Françoise Baude     CNRS/University I3S Laboratory

Eric Rutten         INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes

Antonio Filieri     Department of Computing, Imperial College

Nicola Capodieci    University of Modena, Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche,
Informatiche e Matematiche

International Program Committee:

    Swann Perarnau, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois, USA

    Francesco Quaglia, Universita' di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

    Olivier Richard, University of Grenoble Alpes, France

    Paolo Romano, University of Lisbon, Portugal

    Alessandro Pellegrini, Universita’ di Roma La Sapienza, Italy

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