[Beowulf] HotI 2007 Call for Papers -- 4th call. Deadline March 31st is approaching

Weikuan Yu weikuan.yu at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 11:04:08 EDT 2007

Deadline March 31st is approaching.

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                          Hot Interconnects 15
             IEEE Symposium on High-Performance Interconnects
                           August 22-24, 2007
                           Stanford University
                       Palo Alto, California, USA

Hot Interconnects is the premier international forum for researchers and
developers of state-of-the-art hardware and software architectures and
implementations for interconnection networks of all scales, ranging from
on-chip processor-memory interconnects to wide-area networks. This yearly
conference is very well attended by leaders in industry and academia. The
atmosphere provides for a wealth of opportunities to interact with 
individuals at the forefront of this field.

Themes include cross-cutting issues spanning computer systems, networking
technologies, and communication protocols.  This conference is directed
particularly at new and exciting technology and product innovations in these
areas. Contributions should focus on real experimental systems, prototypes,
or leading-edge products and their performance evaluation. In addition to
those subscribing to the main theme of the conference, contributions are
also solicited in the topics listed below.

     * Novel and innovative interconnect architectures
     * Multi-core processor interconnects
     * System-on-Chip Interconnects
     * Advanced chip-to-chip communication technologies
     * Optical interconnects
     * Protocol and interfaces for interprocessor communication
     * Survivability and fault-tolerance of interconnects
     * High-speed packet processing engines and network processors
     * System and storage area network architectures and protocols
     * High-performance host-network interface architectures
     * High-bandwidth and low-latency I/O
     * Tb/s switching and routing technologies
     * Innovative architectures for supporting collective communication
     * Novel communication architectures to support grid computing

Submission Guideline
     o Submission deadline: March 31, 2007
     o Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2007
     o Papers need sufficient technical detail to judge quality and
       suitability for presentation.
     o Submit title, author, abstract, and full paper (six pages,
       double-column, IEEE format).
     o Papers should be submitted electronically at the specified link
       location found on http://www.hoti.org
     o For further information please see

About the Conference
     - Conference held at the William Hewlett Teaching Center at
       Stanford University.
     - Papers selected will be published in proceedings by the
       IEEE Computer Society.
     - Presentations are 30-minute talks in a single-track format.
     - Online information at http://www.hoti.org

     * John W. Lockwood, Washington University in St. Louis
     * Fabrizio Petrini, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

     * Ron Brightwell, Sandia National Laboratories
     * Dhabaleswar (DK) Panda, The Ohio State University

     * Songkrant Muneenaem, Washington University in St. Louis

     * Daniel Pitt, Santa Clara University

     * Weikuan Yu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

     * Luca Valcarenghi, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna

     * Herzel Ashkenazi, Xilinx

     - TBA

     * Songkrant Muneenaem, Washington University in St. Louis

     * Liz Rogers, LRD Group

Steering Committee
     o Allen Baum, Intel
     o Lily Jow, Hewlett Packard
     o Mark Laubach, Broadband Physics
     o John Lockwood, Stanford University
     o Daniel Pitt, Santa Clara University

Technical Program Committee
     * Dennis Abts           Cray, Inc.
     * Adnan Aziz            University of Texas, Austin
     * Alan Benner           IBM
     * Keren Bergman         Columbia University
     * Andrea Bianco         Politecnico di Torino
     * Piero Castoldi        Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
     * Sarang Dharmapurikar  Nuova Systems
     * Hans Eberle           Sun Microsystems Laboratories
     * Wu-chun Feng          Virginia Tech
     * Juan Fernandez        University of Murcia
     * Ada Gavrilovska       Georgia Institute of Technology
     * Paolo Giaccone        Politecnico di Torino
     * Mitchell Gusat        IBM Zurich Research Laboratory
     * Ron Ho                Sun Microsystems Laboratories
     * Doan Hoang            University of Technology, Sydney
     * D. N. (Jay) Jayasimha Intel
     * Isaac Keslassy        Technion
     * Venkata Krishnan      Dolphin Interconnect Solutions
     * Tal Lavian            Nortel Networks Labs, UC Berkeley
     * Bill Lin              University of California, San Diego
     * Olav Lysne            Simula Research Laboratory
     * Pankaj Mehra          HP Labs
     * Rami Melhem           University of Pittsburgh
     * Cyriel Minkenberg     IBM Zurich Research Laboratory
     * Gregory Pfister       IBM
     * Craig Stunkel         IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
     * Anujan Varma          University of California at Santa Cruz
     * Zuoguo (Joe) Wu       Intel

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