[hpc-announce] [AusPDC 2022 deadline is extended]
Adel N. Toosi
Adel.N.Toosi at monash.edu
Sun Nov 14 16:35:39 CST 2021
(Apologies if you received duplicate copies of this CFP)
AusPDC 2022 will be held online in conjunction with Australasian Computer
Science Week (ACSW 2022), 14 - 18 February 2022 (http://acsw.core.edu.au/)
**SCOPE OF THE SYMPOSIUM**
In 2010, AusGrid event was broadened to include all aspects of parallel and
distributed computing and hence was called as Australasian Symposium on
Parallel and Distributed Computing (AusPDC). Following a couple of
successful events, it comes to the 20th in 2022 in the series. In both New
Zealand and Australia parallel and distributed computing has been
recognised as strategic technologies for driving their moves towards
knowledge economies. The symposium is primarily targeted at researchers
from Australia and New Zealand, however, in the spirit of parallel and
distributed computing, which aims to enable collaboration of distributed
virtual organizations, and also the conference being held online this year,
we encourage papers and participation from international researchers.
**TOPICS OF INTEREST**
- Cloud computing
- Fog/edge computing
- Grid and Cluster computing
- Big Data processing and analytics
- Virtualization, containers, unikernels, orchestration and other enablers
- Security, trust and privacy in Clouds/Fog/Edge
- Mobile, sensor networks and Internet of things
- Data storage, placement and replication
- Distributed Ledger Technologies and Blockchains
- Multi-core systems
- Peer-to-peer computing
- GPUs and other forms of special-purpose processors
- Service computing and workflow management
- Managing large distributed data sets
- Middleware and tools
- Network function virtualisation and Software-defined networks
- Performance evaluation and modelling
-Datacentre and Interconnection networks
- Performance accelerators
- Problem-solving environments
- Parallel programming models, languages and compilers
- Operating systems and runtime systems
- Resource scheduling and load balancing
- Data mining and machine learning
- Computational Science and Engineering
- Agent-based computing
- Reliability, security, privacy and dependability
- e-Science and e-Health Applications
Paper submissions due: 19 November 2021 (29 November 2021 - extended)
Author notification: 19 December 2021
Camera-ready full papers due: 14 January 2021
Conference dates: 14 - 18 February 2022
All dates refer to 23:59, anywhere on earth (AoE) on that day.
The proceedings of the symposium will be published by ACM in conjunction
with ACSW 2022. Papers should be formatted in double-column according to
ACM conference paper formatting guidelines ACM SIG Proceedings Templates.
The following guidelines must be met for all submissions:
- Submissions must be in English.
- Submissions must not exceed 10 pages for full papers, 4 pages for short
papers and 2 pages for posters.
- Submissions must be in PDF format. Other formats will not be accepted.
- Submissions must clearly state the problem being addressed, the goal of
the work, the results achieved, and the relation to other work.
- Submissions must be original contributions that have not been published
previously, nor already submitted to other conferences or journals in
parallel with this conference.
- Authors must choose the appropriate satellite conference or workshop for
Papers are to be submitted via the ACSW 2022 Easy Chair Submission Site (
Upon logging into the system, please select “New Submission”, then select
"Australasian Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing" track and
proceed through the steps for submission. Every submission will be reviewed
by a minimum of three members of the program committee.
A selection commission chaired by the AusPDC technical programme committee
will select and acknowledge the best paper and the best student paper to
receive an award during the conference.
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia
Bahman Javadi, Western Sydney University, Australia
**PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRS**
Adel N. Toosi, Monash University, Australia
Sara Khalifa, CSIRO’s Data61, Australia
Schahram Dustdar, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
Zahir Tari, RMIT University, Australia
Salil Kanhere, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Yun Yang, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Javid Taheri, Karlstad University, Sweden
Due to COVID-19, AusPDC 2022 will be held online this year.
All questions about submissions should be emailed to program chairs.
For further information, see
Adel N. Toosi and Sara Khalifa
AusPDC PC Chairs.
More information about the hpc-announce