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CCGRID2004: Call for Papers & 10 Nov 2003 Papers Due

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  • Rajkumar Buyya
    Dear All, Please find enclosed Call for Papers (CFP) for CCGrid 2004. Please consider submitting your original research papers on cluster/grid computing to
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      Dear All,

      Please find enclosed Call for Papers (CFP) for CCGrid 2004. Please consider
      submitting your original research papers on cluster/grid computing to this
      conference. The paper submission due date is Nov 10, 2003.

      Please share the below CFP with your friends and colleagues.

      Thanks for your support.

      CCGrid2004: 4th IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid

      Chicago, Illinois, USA
      19-22 April



      In 20 years from 1970 to 1990 the Internet and the UNIX operating system
      became ubiquitous in computer science laboratories and major
      universities. During the 10 years from 1990 to 2000, the Internet emerged
      as a global information utility, commodity microprocessors fueled the
      establishment of clusters as computing platforms, and open source Linux
      became a mainstream operating system. "Metacomputers," the concept of
      combining networked resources into distributed virtual computers, grew into
      the concept of "The Grid" with the vision that those distributed resources
      would be as straightforward to build and use as the ubiquitous electrical
      power grid.

      Today we are seeing a convergence of extremes. Terascale computers created
      from Open Source Linux commodity clusters. Multi-Gigabit/second networks
      providing higher bandwidth in the WAN than in the LAN, offering the
      possibility of providing applications with the effective illusion of
      "unlimited bandwidth." Open Grid Services Architecture, combining Web
      services designed to scale to millions of endpoints with High Performance
      Grid concepts designed to scale to TeraFlops endpoints.

      CCGrid2004, sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society (final approval
      pending), is designed to bring together international leaders who are
      pioneering researchers, developers, and users of extreme clusters,
      networks, and Grid architectures and applications. The symposium will also
      serve as a forum to present the latest work, and highlight related
      activities from around the world.

      CCGRid2004 is interested in topics including, but not limited to:

      * Hardware and Software (based on PCs, Workstations, SMPs or Supercomputers)
      * Middleware for Clusters and Grids
      * Dynamic Optical Network Architectures for Grid Computing
      * Parallel File Systems, including wide area file systems, and Parallel I/O
      * Scheduling and Load Balancing
      * Programming Models, Tools, and Environments
      * Performance Evaluation and Modeling
      * Resource Management and Scheduling
      * Computational, Data, and Information Grid Architectures and Systems
      * Grid Economies, Service Architectures, and Resource Exchange Architectures
      * Grid-based Problem Solving Environments
      * Scientific, Engineering, and Commercial Grid Applications
      * Portal Computing / Science Portals

      ---------- PAPER SUBMISSION ----------

      Authors are invited to submit papers of not more than 8 pages of double
      column text using single spaced 10 point size type on 8.5 x 11 inch pages,
      as per IEEE 8.5 x 11 manuscript guidelines, see:

      Authors should submit a PostScript (level 2) or PDF file that will print on
      a PostScript printer. Paper submission instructions will be placed on:

      Queries may be directed to the PC chair:
      Pete Beckman (Beckman@...).

      It is expected that the proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer
      Society Press, USA.

      ---------- WORKSHOPS/SPECIAL SESSIONS ----------

      We invite proposals for organizing workshops or special sessions as part of
      CCGrid2004. These special events are expected to be highly specialized and
      focused, and all selected papers will be published in the CCGrid2004
      proceedings. Those interested in organizing workshops or special sessions,
      please contact:
      Craig Lee (lee@...), workshops/special sessions chair

      Those interested in proposing exhibits or tutorials, please contact:
      Steve Crumb (scrumb@...), tutorials chair

      ---------- CHAIRS & COMMITTEES ----------

      Conference General Chairs
      Charlie Catlett, Argonne National Laboratory, USA and Global Grid Forum
      Pete Beckman, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

      Honorary Chair
      Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago, USA

      Program Committee Chair
      Pete Beckman, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

      Program Committee Vice-Chairs
      David Abramson, Monash University, Australia
      Sameer Shende (Univ Oregon, USA)

      ---------- IMPORTANT DATES ----------

      10 Nov 2003 Papers Due
      1 Dec 2003 Workshop/Tutorial/Exhibit Proposals Due
      20 Dec 2003 Notification of Paper Acceptance
      19 Jan 2004 Camera Ready Papers Due


      David Abramson (Monash Univ., Australia)
      Greg Astfalk (Hewlett-Packard, USA)
      Ruth Aydt (NCSA, USA)
      Henri Bal (Vrije Univ., The Netherlands)
      Pete Beckman (ANL, USA)
      Taisuke Boku (Univ. Tsukuba, Japan)
      Ron Brightwell (Sandia Nat'l Laboratory, USA)
      Rajkumar Buyya (Univ. Melbourne, Australia)
      Charlie Catlett (Argonne NL, USA)
      Giovanni Chiola (Universit di Genova, Italy)
      Susan Coghlan (Argonne Nat'l Laboratory, USA)
      Steve Crumb (GGF, USA)
      Andreas Dilger (Cluster File Systems, Canada)
      Ian Foster (Argonne NL & Univ. Chicago, USA)
      Dennis Gannon (Indiana Univ., USA)
      Andrew S. Grimshaw (University of Virginia, USA)
      Jon "maddog" Hall (Linux International, USA)
      Tony Hey (EPSRC, Great Britain)
      Marty Humphrey (Univ. Virginia, USA)
      Satoshi Itoh (AIST, Japan)
      William Johnston (NASA/LBL, USA)
      Thilo Kielmann (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
      Barbara Kucera (Univ of Kentucky, USA)
      Domenico Laforenza (ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy)
      Craig A. Lee (The Aerospace Corp., USA)
      Timothy Mattson (Intel Co., USA)
      Satoshi Matsuoka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan)
      Andre Merzky (ZIB, Germany)
      Bill Nitzberg (Veridian Co., USA)
      Joerg Nolte (Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany)
      Philip Papadopoulos (SDSC, USA)
      Rob Pennington (NCSA, USA)
      Ira Pramanick (Sun Microsystems, USA)
      Thierry Priol (IRISA, Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu, France)
      Alexander Reinefeld (Zuse Institute Berlin, Germany)
      Paul Roe (Queensland Univ. of Tech., Australia)
      Joel Saltz (Ohio State Univ., USA)
      Jenny Schopf (ANL, USA)
      Sameer Shende (Univ Oregon, USA)
      Derek Simmel (PSC, USA)
      Osamu Tatebe (AIST, Japan)
      Kenjiro Taura (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
      Putchong Uthayopas (Kasetsart Univ., Thailand)
      Richard M. Wolski (UCSB, USA)

      Mark Baker, University of Portsmouth, UK
      Henri Bal, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam,The Netherlands
      Rajkumar Buyya (coordinator/chair), University of Melbourne, Australia
      Franck Capello, University of Paris-Sud, Paris, France
      Charlie Catlett, Argonne National Laboratory, USA and Global Grid Forum
      Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee (UTK) and ORNL, Knoxville, USA
      Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago, USA
      Wolfgang Gentzsch, Sun Microsystems, Palo Alto, USA
      Hai Jin, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
      Craig Lee, The Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles, USA
      Laurent Lefevre, INRIA, Lyon, France
      Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
      Alexander Reinefeld, Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
      Satoshi Sekiguchi, AIST, Tsukuba, Japan
      David Walker, University of Wales Cardiff, UK

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