CCGrid 2001: Call for Participation, Posters/Research Exhibits

Rajkumar Buyya rajkumar at csse.monash.edu.au
Thu Apr 12 04:50:36 EDT 2001


                    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
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			CCGrid 2001
	  First ACM/IEEE International Symposium on
		Cluster Computing and the Grid
	     Brisbane, Australia (15-18 May 2001)

The program consists of:
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- 5 Keynote Speakers
- 2 Invited Talks
- 1 Panel session
- 4 Industry/State-of-the-art talks
- 82 technical papers
- 7 workshops
- 3 tutorials (open to all and FREE i.e., no extra fee)

The conference also hosts poster and research exhibition sessions
and the submissions for such poster papers is still open.

We are looking forward to welcome and see you at CCGrid 2001.

CCGrid 2001 Organising Committee

http://www.ccgrid.org | www.ccgrid2001.qut.edu.au
15-18 May 2001, Rydges Hotel, South Bank, Brisbane, Australia

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
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Keynotes
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* The Anatomy of the Grid: Enabling Scalable Virtual
Organizations, Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and the University 
of Chicago, USA

* Making Parallel Processing on Clusters Efficient, Transparent
and Easy for Programmers, Andrzej Goscinski, Deakin University, Australia

* Global Internet Content Delivery, Bruce Maggs, Carnegie Mellon University 
and Akamai Technologies, Inc., USA.

* Grid RPC meets Data Grid: Network Enabled Services for Data
Farming on the Grid, Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Japan

* The Promise of InfiniBand for Cluster Computing,Greg Pfister,
IBM Server Technology & Architecture, Austin, USA

Invited Plenary Talks
*********************
* The World Wide Computer: Prospects for Parallel and Distributed Computing 
on the Web, Gul A. Agha, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), USA

* Terraforming Cyberspace,Jeffrey M. Bradshaw, University of West Florida, USA

Industry Plenary Talks
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* High Performance Computing at Intel: The OSCAR software
solution stack for cluster computing,Tim Mattson, Intel
Corporation, USA

* MPI/FT: Architecture and Taxonomies for Fault-Tolerant, Massage-Passing 
Middleware for Performance-Portable Parallel Computing,Tony Skjellum, MPI 
Software Technology, Inc., USA

* Effective Internet Grid Computing for Industrial Users
Ming Xu, Platform Corporation, Canada

* Sun Grid Engine: Towards Creating a Compute Power Grid
Wolfgang Gentzsch, Sun Microsystems, USA

FREE Tutorials
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* The Globus Toolkit for Grid Computing
Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

* An Introduction to OpenMP
Tim Mattson, Intel Corporation, USA

* Three Tools to Help with Cluster and Grid Computing:
ATLAS, PAPI, and NetSolve, Jack Dongarra, University of
Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Panel
*****
* The Grid: Moving it to Prime Time
Moderator: David Abramson, Monash University, Australia.

Symposium Mainstream Sessions
*****************************
(Features 45 papers selected out of 126 submissions by
peer review)
* Component and Agent Approaches
* Distributed Shared Memory
* Grid Computing
* Input/Output and Databases
* Message Passing and Communication
* Performance Evaluation
* Scheduling and Load balancing
* Tools for Management, Monitoring and Debugging

Workshops
*********
(Features 37 peer-reviewed papers selected by workshop
organisers)
* Agent based Cluster and Grid Computing
* Cluster Computing Education
* Distributed Shared Memory on Clusters
* Global Computing on Personal Devices
* Internet QoS for Global Computing
* Object & Component Technologies for Cluster Computing
* Scheduling and Load Balancing on Clusters

Important Dates
***************

* Tutorials & workshops 15 May

* Symposium main stream & workshops 16-18 May

Call for Poster/Research Exhibits:
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Those interested in exhibiting poster papers, please
contact Poster Chair, Hai Jin (hjin at hust.edu.cn) or browse
conference website for details.

Sponsors
********
* IEEE Computer Society (www.computer.org)
* IEEE Task Force on Cluster Computing (www.ieeetfcc.org)
* Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and
				SIGARCH (www.acm.org)
* IEEE Technical Committee on Parallel Processing (TCPP)
* Queensland Uni. of Technology (QUT), Australia (www.qut.edu.au)
* Platform Computing, Canada (www.platform.com)
* Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing (APAC) (www.apac.edu.au)
* Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM, USA) (www.siam.org)
* MPI Software Technology Inc., USA (www.mpi-softtech.com)
* International Business Machines (IBM) (www.ibm.com)
* Akamai Technologies, Inc., USA (www.akamai.com)
* Sun Microsystems, USA (www.sun.com)
* Intel Corporation, USA (www.intel.com)

Further Information
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Please browse the symposium web site:
http://www.ccgrid.org | www.ccgrid2001.qut.edu.au
For specific clarifications, please contact one of the following:
Conference Chairs: Rajkumar Buyya (rajkumar at buyya.com), George Mohay 
(g.mohay at qut.edu.au)
PC Chair: Paul Roe (ccgrid2001 at qut.edu.au)
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