[cgl_discussion] [Fwd: CFP: International Conference on Cluster Computing]

Rod Van Meter Rod.VanMeter at nokia.com
Wed Mar 26 11:12:59 PST 2003


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From: David Kotz <dfk at cs.dartmouth.edu>
To: parallel-io at Dartmouth.EDU
Subject: CFP: International Conference on Cluster Computing
Date: Day, 26 Mar 2003 14:08:07 -0500

originally from: "Arthur B. (Barney) "Maccabe <maccabe at cs.unm.edu>

Call For Papers

Cluster 2003
IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing 
December 1-4, 2003, Hong Kong

URL: http://www.csis.hku.hk/cluster2003/

Organized by Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, 
The University of Hong Kong


Clusters today are an important element of mainstream computing. In
less than a decade, "lowly" computer clusters have come to prominence
as the most convenient and cost-effective tool for solving many
complex computational problems. Being able to bring enough computing
cycles together in a pool is one thing, but to be able to use these
cycles efficiently so that the aggregate power of a cluster can be
fully harnessed is another. Research and development efforts must
continue to explore better strategies to make clusters an even greater
tool when facing the grandest challenges of this age.  Cluster 2003,
to be held in the most dynamic city in the Orient, will provide an
open forum for cluster researchers and system builders, as well as
cluster users, to present and discuss new directions and results that
could shape the future of cluster computing.

Cluster 2003 welcomes paper submissions from engineers and scientists
in academia, industry, and government describing their latest research
findings in any aspects of cluster computing. Topics of interest
include, but are not limited to:

Cluster Middleware
-- Single-System Image Services
-- Software Environments and Tools
-- Standard Software for Clusters
-- I/O Libraries, File Systems, and Distributed RAID

Cluster Networking
-- High-Speed System Interconnects
-- Lightweight Communication Protocols
-- Fast Message Passing Libraries

Managing Clusters
-- Cluster Security and Reliability
-- Tools for Managing Clusters
-- Cluster Job and Resource Management
-- High-Availability Cluster Solutions

Applications
-- Scientific and E-Commerce Applications
-- Data Distribution and Load Balancing
-- Innovative Cluster Applications

Performance Analysis and Evaluation
-- Benchmarking and Profiling Tools
-- Performance Prediction and Modeling
-- Analysis and Visualization

Grid Computing and Clusters
-- Grid Applications Integration
-- Network-Based Distributed Computing
-- Mobile Agents and Java for Clusters/Grids
-- Middleware, Tools and Environments

Paper Submission:
Paper Format: Not to exceed 25 double-spaced pages (including figures,
tables and references) using 10-12 point font on 8.5 x 11-inch
pages. Show page number at each page. Include an abstract, five to ten
keywords, and the corresponding author's e-mail address.

Electronic Submission: Web-based submissions are strongly
encouraged. The URL will be announced two weeks before the submission
deadline at the conference web site. Authors should submit a
PostScript (level 2) or PDF file. Postal submissions are not accepted.

Workshops:
Proposals are solicited for workshops to be held in conjunction with
the main conference.  For more information about organizing workshops,
interested individuals should submit a proposal by April 15, 2003 to
the Workshops Chair Jiannong Cao (csjcao at comp.polyu.edu.hk).

Tutorials:
For more information about proposals for organizing tutorials, please
contact Tutorials Chair Ira Pramanick (ira.pramanick at sun.com) by June
30, 2003.

Exhibitions:
Companies interested in presenting exhibits at the meeting should
contact one of the Exhibits Co-Chairs - Jim Ang (jaang at sandia.gov) or
Nam Ng (Nng at cc.hku.hk) by August 31, 2003.

Important Dates:

-- Workshop Proposals Due:          April 15, 2003
-- Papers Submission Deadline:      June 1, 2003
-- Tutorial Proposals Due:          June 30, 2003
-- Author Notification:             July 31, 2003
-- Exhibition Proposal Due:         August 31, 2003
-- Final Manuscript Due:            August 31, 2003
-- Pre-Conference Tutorials:        December 1, 2003
-- Conference:                      December 2-4, 2003

Proceedings of the conference and workshops will be available at the
conference.

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Chairs/Committees
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General Co-Chairs
Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee)
Lionel Ni (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

General Vice Chair
Francis C.M. Lau (The University of Hong Kong)

Program Co-Chairs
Daniel S. Katz (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Cho-Li Wang (The University of Hong Kong)

Program Vice Chairs
Bill Gropp (Argonne National Laboratory) -- Middleware
Wolfgang Rehm (Technische Universita"t Chemnitz) -- Hardware
Zhiwei Xu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) -- Applications

Tutorials Chair
Ira Pramanick (Sun Microsystems)

Workshops Chair
Jiannong Cao (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Exhibits/Sponsors Co-Chairs
Jim Ang (Sandia National Lab)
Nam Ng (The University of Hong Kong)

Publications Chair
Rajkumar Buyya (The University of Melbourne)

Publicity Chair
Arthur B. Maccabe (The University of New Mexico)

Poster Chair
Putchong Uthayopas (Kasetsart University)

Finance/Registration Chair
Alvin Chan (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Local Arrangements Chair
Anthony T.C. Tam (The University of Hong Kong)

For further information please send e-mail to: cluster2003 at csis.hku.hk







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