[Beowulf] ICPP2005: Call for Participation

Roy S.C. Ho scho at cs.hku.hk
Fri Apr 29 01:18:44 EDT 2005


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On behalf of the ICPP organizing committee, welcome to ICPP 2005 in Oslo.
This is the second time in the long history of this conference that it is
hosted in Europe, and we are working hard to make this event memorable.

The venue, this time, is the most northern this conference has ever seen.
In order to benefit from this location, we have moved the date of the
conference to mid June from its more traditional schedule in August or
September. If the weather is with us, we hope to experience over 20 hours
of sunlight each day, and if you have combined the trip to the conference
with a vacation to the northern parts of Norway, you might even get to see
sun at midnight!

Looking forward to seeing you there!

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
- 34th Annual Conference -
2005 International Conference on
Parallel Processing (ICPP 2005)

http://www.dnd.no/icpp2005

Georg Sverdrups House, Univ. of Oslo, Norway
June 14-17, 2005

Sponsored by
The International Association for Computers and Communications (IACC)
Simula Research Laboratory
Norwegian Computer Society

In cooperation with
The University of Oslo, Norway
The Ohio State University, USA

Scope
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The conference provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia,
industry and government to present their latest research findings on
aspects of parallel and distributed computing. Topics of interest include,
but are not limited to, the following:

* Architecture                    * Petaflop Computing
* Algorithms & Applications       * Programming Methodologies
* Cluster Computing               * Tools
* Compilers and Languages         * Parallel Embedded Systems
* OS and Resource Management      * Multimedia & Network Services
* Network-Based/Grid Computing    * Wireless & Mobile Computing

The conference features three keynote addresses, a panel session, and
twenty-four technical sessions. See the conference website for detailed
information (http://www.dnd.no/icpp2005). Along with this, seven workshops
are associated with the conference:

Workshop on Web and Grid Services for Scientific Data Analysis (WAGSSDA)
Contact: Daniel S. Katz (Daniel.S.Katz at jpl.nasa.gov)

The 7th Workshop on High Performance Scientific and Engineering
Computing (HPSEC-05)
Contact: Prof. Laurence T. Yang (lyang at stfx.ca )

The 2nd International Workshop on Embedded Computing
Contact: Prof. Laurence T. Yang (lyang at stfx.ca )

4th Workshop on Compile and Runtime Techniques for Parallel Computing
Contact: Dr. P. Sadayappan ( saday at cis.ohio-state.edu ) and Dr. Vipin
Chaudhary ( vipin at wayne.edu )

Workshop on Wireless and Sensor Networks
Contact: Prof. Min-Te Sun ( sunmint at eng.auburn.edu )

Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Networks for Parallel, Cluster and
Grid Computing Systems (PEN-PCGCS'05)
Contact: Mohamed Ould-Khaoua ( mohamed at dcs.gla.ac.uk )

1st Workshop on Parallel Bioinspired Algorithms (mirror site)
Contact: Dr. Francisco Fernandez de Vega ( fcofdez at unex.es )

For further Information on ICPP, feel free to contact the following
persons:

Professor Olav Lysne, Simula Research Laboratory, olavly at simula.no;
Professor Lionel Ni, Hong Kong U. of Sci. & Tech., ni at cs.ust.hk;
Professor Jose Duato, U. Politecnica de Valenica, jduato at disca.upv.es;
Dr. Wu-chun Feng, Los Alamos National Laboratory, feng at lanl.gov
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