[MPICH] Final Call for Papers EuroPVM/MPI 2006 (Deadline Extended May 8th)

Joachim Worringen joachim at ccrl-nece.de
Fri Apr 21 06:14:46 CDT 2006

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EuroPVM/MPI 2006

    13th European PVMMPI Users' Group Meeting
    Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn, Ahrstrasse 45, D-53175 Bonn

    Bonn, Germany, September 17-20, 2006

    web:    http://www.pvmmpi06.org
    e-mail: chair at pvmmpi06.org

organized by

    C&C Research Laboratories, NEC Europe Ltd (http://www.ccrl-nece.de)
    Forschungszentrum Juelich                 (http://www.fz-juelich.de)


PVM (Parallel Virtual Machine) and MPI (Message Passing Interface)
have evolved into the standard interfaces for high-performance
parallel programming in the message-passing paradigm. EuroPVM/MPI is
the most prominent meeting dedicated to the latest developments of PVM
and MPI, their use, including support tools, and implementation, and
to applications using these interfaces. The EuroPVM/MPI meeting
naturally encourages discussions of new message-passing and other
parallel and distributed programming paradigms beyond MPI and PVM.

The 13th European PVM/MPI Users' Group Meeting will be a forum for
users and developers of PVM, MPI, and other message-passing
programming environments. Through presentation of contributed papers,
vendor presentations, poster presentations and invited talks, they
will have the opportunity to share ideas and experiences to contribute
to the improvement and furthering of message-passing and related
parallel programming paradigms.

Topics of interest for the meeting include, but are not limited to:

     * PVM and MPI implementation issues and improvements
     * Extensions to PVM and MPI
     * PVM and MPI for high-performance computing, clusters and grid environments
     * New message-passing and hybrid parallel programming paradigms
     * Formal methods for reasoning about message-passing programs
     * Interaction between message-passing software and hardware
     * Performance evaluation of PVM and MPI applications
     * Tools and environments for PVM and MPI
     * Algorithms using the message-passing paradigm
     * Applications in science and engineering based on message-passing

This year special emphasis will be put on new message-passing
paradigms and programming models, addressing perceived or demonstrated
shortcomings of either PVM or MPI, enabling a better fit with new
hardware and interconnect technologies, or higher-productivity
programming. As in the preceeding years, the special session 'ParSim'
will focus on numerical simulation for parallel engineering

EuroPVM/MPI 2006 also introduces two new session types
which are 'Outstanding Papers' and 'Late and Breaking Results' for
up-to-date information which can be submitted after the deadline for
full papers.


Contributors are invited to submit a full paper as PDF (or Postscript)
document not exceeding 8 pages in English (2 pages for poster
abstracts and Late and Breaking Results). The title page should
contain a 100-word abstract and five specific keywords. The paper
needs to be formatted according to the Springer LNCS guidelines
[2]. The usage of LaTeX for preparation of the contribution as well as
the submission in camera ready format is strongly recommended. Style
files can be found at the URL [2]. New work that is not yet mature for
a full paper, short observations, and similar brief announcements are
invited for the poster session. Contributions to the poster session
should be submitted in the form of a two page abstract. All these
contributions will be fully peer reviewed by the program committee.

Submissions to the special session 'Current Trends in Numerical
Simulation for Parallel Engineering Environments' (ParSim 2006) are
handled and reviewed by the respecitve session chairs. For more
information please refer to the ParSim website [1].

Additionally, submission of two page abstracts for the special session
Late and Breaking Results is possible up to three weeks before the
event. These submissions will be reviewed by the General and Program
Chairs only. The chosen contributions will not appear in the
proceedings, but will be published on the web site.

All accepted submissions are expected to be presented at the
conference by one of the authors, which requires registration for the


Submission of full papers and poster abstracts  May 8th, 2006 (extended)
(Submission is now open)
Notification of authors	                        June 6th, 2006
Camera ready papers                             July 3rd, 2006
Early registration deadline                     August 18th, 2006
(Registration is now open)
Submission of Late and Breaking Results         September 1st, 2006
Tutorials                                       September 17th, 2006
Conference                                      September 18th - 20th, 2006

For up-to-date information, visit the conference web site
at http://www.pvmmpi06.org.


The conference proceedings consisting of abstracts of invited talks,
full papers, and two page abstracts for the posters will be published
by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series.

In addition, selected papers of the conference, including those from
the 'Outstanding Papers' session, will be considered for publication
in a special issue of 'Parallel Computing' in an extended format.


     * Jack Dongarra         (University of Tennessee)


     * Bernd Mohr            (Forschungszentrum Juelich)
     * Jesper Larsson Traff  (C&C Research Labs, NEC Europe)
     * Joachim Worringen     (C&C Research Labs, NEC Europe)


     * George Almasi (IBM, USA)
     * Ranieri Baraglia (CNUCE Institute, Italy)
     * Richard Barrett (ORNL, USA)
     * Gil Bloch (Mellanox, Israel)
     * Arndt Bode (Technical Univ. of Munich, Germany)
     * Marian Bubak (AGH Cracow, Poland)
     * Hakon Bugge (Scali, Norway)
     * Franck Capello (University of Paris-Sud, France)
     * Barbara Chapman (University of Houston, USA)
     * Brian Coghlan (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
     * Yiannis Cotronis (University of Athens, Greece)
     * Jose Cunha (New University of Lisbon, Portugal)
     * Marco Danelutto (University of Pisa, Italy)
     * Frank Dehne (Carleton University, Canada)
     * Luiz DeRose (Cray, USA)
     * Frederic Desprez (INRIA, France)
     * Erik D'Hollander (University of Ghent, Belgium)
     * Beniamino Di Martino (Second University of Naples, Italy)
     * Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee, USA)
     * Graham Fagg (University of Tennessee, USA)
     * Edgar Gabriel (University of Houston, USA)
     * Al Geist (OakRidge National Laboratory, USA)
     * Patrick Geoffray (Myricom, USA)
     * Michael Gerndt (Technical Univ. of Munich, Germany)
     * Andrzej Goscinski (Deakin University, Australia)
     * Richard L. Graham (LANL, USA)
     * William Gropp (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
     * Erez Haba (Microsoft, USA)
     * Rolf Hempel (DLR - German Aerospace Center, Germany)
     * Dieter Kranzlmüller (Joh. Kepler University Linz, Austria)
     * Rainer Keller (HLRS, Germany)
     * Stefan Lankes (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
     * Erwin Laure (CERN, Switzerland)
     * Laurent Lefevre (INRIA/LIP, France)
     * Greg Lindahl (Pathscale, USA)
     * Thomas Ludwig (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
     * Emilio Luque (University Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)
     * Ewing Rusty Lusk (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
     * Tomas Margalef (University Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)
     * Bart Miller (University of Wisconsin, USA)
     * Bernd Mohr (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
     * Matthias Müller (Dresden University of Technology, Germany)
     * Salvatore Orlando (University of Venice, Italy)
     * Fabrizio Petrini (PNNL, USA)
     * Neil Pundit (Sandia National Labs, USA)
     * Rolf Rabenseifner (HLRS, Germany)
     * Thomas Rauber (Universität Bayreuth, Germany)
     * Wolfgang Rehm (TU Chemnitz, Germany)
     * Casiano Rodriguez-Leon (University de La Laguna, Spain)
     * Michiel Ronsse (University of Ghent, Belgium)
     * Peter Sanders (Karlsruhe)
     * Martin Schulz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)
     * Jeffrey Squyres (Open System hs LAB, Indiana)
     * Thomas M. Stricker (Google European Engineering Center, Switzerland)
     * Vaidy Sunderam (Emory University, USA)
     * Bernard Tourancheau (Universite de Lyon / INRIA, France)
     * Jesper Larsson Träff (C&C Research Labs, NEC Europe, Germany)
     * Carsten Trinitis (Technische Universität München, Germnay)
     * Pavel Tvrdik (Czech Technical University, Czech Republic)
     * Jerzy Wasniewski (Danish Technical University, Denmark)
     * Roland Wismueller (University Siegen, Germany)
     * Felix Wolf (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
     * Joachim Worringen (C&C Research Labs, NEC Europe, Germany)
     * Laurence T. Yang (St. Francis Xavier University, Canada)


The conference will be held in Bonn, Germany, the former capital of
Germany, an attractive and relaxed city at the Rhine, 30km south of
Cologne, frequent host to international conferences in science and
politics. The conference will take place at the Wissenschaftszentrum,
which is part of the Deutsches Museum (of technology) in Bonn.

Bonn is an ideal starting point for exploring the romantic Rhine
valley, Roman relics in the museums of Cologne and Bonn, or recent
German history in the Haus der Geschichte. Bonn was also the
birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven, and the annual Beethoven Fest will
take place in the days during the meeting. The Rheinisches
Landesmuseum in Bonn exhibits the famous Neandertal skull, which will
be highlighted in the Roots exhibition during the conference.

Bonn is reachable by plane to the Cologne-Bonn Airport (with express
bus to downtown Bonn) or Frankfurt Airport (high-speed train in about
half-an-hour to Siegburg/Bonn, tram to downtown Bonn from
Siegburg). There are excellent train connections from all of Europe
either to Bonn central station or Siegburg/Bonn. Cologne is reachable
by local train in about 30 minutes.


[1] ParSim 2006: http://www.lrr.in.tum.de/Par/arch/events/parsim06/
[2] Springer Guidelines: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

Joachim Worringen - NEC C&C research lab St.Augustin
fon +49-2241-9252.20 - fax .99 - http://www.ccrl-nece.de

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