[Beowulf] CFP: Grid 2005 (deadline extended: June 3, 2005)

Roy S.C. Ho scho at cs.hku.hk
Mon May 16 19:14:12 PDT 2005

We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this CFP.

The 2005 Grid Workshop paper submission date has been extended 1 week to
  3 June 2005: http://www.sc-submissions.org/  This is now a hard deadline.

Call for Papers:

Grid 2005 - 6th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Grid Computing
(held in conjunction with SC05)

November 13-14, 2005, Seattle, Washington, USA



General Information

In the last few years, the Grid community has been growing very
rapidly and many new technologies and components have been proposed.
This, along with the growing popularity of web-based technologies,
and the availability of cheap commodity components is changing the
way we do computing and business. There are now many ongoing grid
projects with research and production-oriented goals.

Grid 2005 is an international meeting that brings together a community
of researchers, developers, practitioners, and users involved with
the Grid. The objective of Grid 2005 is to serve as a forum to
present current and emerging work as well as to exchange research
ideas in this field.

The previous events in this series were: Grid 2000, Bangalore,
India; Grid 2001, Denver; Grid 2002, Baltimore; Grid 2003, Phoenix;
and Grid 2004, Pittsburgh. All of these events have been successful
in attracting high quality papers and a wide international
participation. Last year's event attracted about 400 registered

The proceedings of the first three workshops were published by
Springer-Verlag, and the proceedings of the two most recent workshops
were published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. We expect this
year's proceedings will join those of the last two years in the
IEEE Computer Society's Digital Library.

Grid 2005 topics of interest (in no particular order)
include, but are not limited to:

* Internet-based Computing Models
* Grid Applications, including eScience and eBusiness Applications
* Data Grids, including Distributed Data Access and Management
* Grid Middleware and Toolkits
* Grid Monitoring, Management and Organization Tools
* Resource Management and Scheduling
* Networking
* Virtual Instrumentation
* Grid Object Metadata and Schemas
* Creation and Management of Virtual Enterprises and Organizations
* Grid Architectures and Fabrics
* Grid Information Services
* Grid Security Issues
* Programming Models, Tools, and Environments
* Grid Economy
* Autonomic and Utility Computing on Global Grids
* Performance Evaluation and Modeling
* Cluster and Grid Integration Issues
* Scientific, Industrial and Social Implications


Important Dates

27 May 2005           Full paper submission due
29 July 2005          Acceptance notification
19 August 2005        Camera-ready copy due
13-14 November 2005   Workshop
27 January 2006       Extended versions of best 6-8 papers due
Fall 2006             Grid 2005 special issue of IJHPCN
                       (Issue 3 of 2006) to appear


Paper Submission and Publication

Grid 2005 invites authors to submit original and unpublished work
(also not submitted elsewhere for review) reporting solid and
innovative results in any aspect of grid computing and its applications.
Papers should not exceed 8 single-spaced pages of text using 10-point
size type on 8.5 x 11 inch paper (see IEEE author instructions at
http://www.computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm).  All bibliographical
references, tables, and figures must be included in these 8
pages.Submissions that exceed the 8-page limit will not be reviewed.
Authors should submit a PDF file that will print on a PostScript
printer. Electronic submission is required, through the site:
http://www.sc-submissions.org/  Submission implies the willingness of
at least one of the authors to register and present the paper.

Proceedings: All papers selected for this workshop are peer-reviewed
and will be published as a separate proceedings.  After the event,
the papers will be published in IEEE Xplore and in the CS digital

Special Issue: The best 6 to 8 papers from the workshop will be
selected for journal length extension and their publication in a
special issue of International Journal of High Performance Computing
and Networking (IJHPCN). The special issue is expected to be published
in Fall 2006 as issue 3 of 2006.


Conference Organization

General Chair: Wolfgang Gentzsch, MCNC, USA

Program Chair: Daniel S. Katz, JPL/Caltech, USA

Program Vice Chairs:
* Applications: Alan Sussman, University of Maryland, USA
* Data grids: Heinz Stockinger, University of Vienna, Austria
* Networking/Security/Infrastructure: Olle Mulmo, Royal Institute
   of Technology (KTH), Sweden
* Scheduling/Resource management: Henri Casanova, UCSD, USA
* Tools/Software/Middleware: Jennifer Schopf, National e-Science
   Centre/Argonne National Lab, UK/US

Publicity Chair: Cho-Li Wang, University of Hong Kong, China

Proceedings Chair: Joseph C. Jacob, JPL/Caltech, USA

Program Committee:

Kento Aida, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Henrique Andrade, IBM TJ Watson Research Lab, USA
Amy W. Apon, University of Arkansas, USA
Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
David A. Bader, University of New Mexico, USA
Mark Baker, University of Portsmouth, UK
Rene Brun, CERN, Switzerland
Marian Bubak, Krakow, Poland
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia
Frank Cappelo, INRIA, France
Umit Catalyurek, Ohio State University, USA
Roberto Cecchini, INFN, Italy
David Chadwick, University of Kent, UK
Ann Chervenak, USC/ISI, USA
Howard Chivers, University of York, UK
Walfredo Cirne, Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Brazil
Paul Coddington, University of Adelaide, Australia
Matt Crawford, Fermilab, USA
Susumu Date, Osaka University, Japan
Ewa Deelman, USC/ISI, USA
Yuri Demchenko, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
David De Roure, University of Southampton, UK
Frederic Desprez, INRIA, France
Flavia Donno, INFN, Italy
Lukasz Dutka, Cyfronet, Poland
Dick Epema, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Thomas Fahringer, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Noriyuki Fujimoto, Osaka University, Japan
Fabrizio Gagliardi, CERN, Switzerland
Michael Gerndt, Technical Univ. Munich, Germany
Madhusudhan Govindaraju, State University of New York (SUNY) at
Binghamton, USA
Thomas Hacker, Indiana University, USA
Joni Hahkala, Helsinki Institute of Physics, Finland
Andrew Hanushevsky, SLAC, Stanford University, USA
Aaron Harwood, University of Melbourne, Australia
Ken Hawick, Massey University, New Zealand
Jeff Hollingsworth, University of Maryland, USA
Marty Humphrey, University of Virginia, USA
Adriana Iamnitchi, Duke University, USA
Joseph Jacob, JPL, USA
Emmanuel Jeannot, LORIA, Universite Henri Poincar?Nancy 1, France
Peter Kacsuk, SZTAKI Research Institute, Hungary
Thilo Kielmann, Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands
Chung-Ta King, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Daniel Kouril, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Marcel Kunze, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
Mario Lauria, Ohio State University, USA
Craig Lee, Aerospace Corp., USA
Laurent Lefevre, INRIA, France
Arnaud Legrand, CNRS, France
Markus Lorch, Virginia Tech, USA
Paul Lu, University of Alberta, Canada
Richard McClatchey, University of the West of England, UK
Celso Mendes, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Andre Merzky, ZIB, Germany
Reagan Moore, San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
Takuya Mori, NEC Corporation, Japan
Jarek Nabrzyski, Poznan Supercomputing & Networking Center, Poland
Bernard Pailthorpe, University of Queensland, Australia
Manish Parashar, Rutgers University, USA
María S. Pérez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Viktor Prasanna, University of Southern California, USA
Pascale Primet, INRIA, France
Thierry Priol, INRIA, France
Thomas Rauber, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Alain Roy, University of Wisconsin, USA
Erich Schikuta, University of Vienna, Austria
David Skillicorn, Queen's University, Canada
Frank Siebenlist, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Allan Snavely, UCSD/SDSC, USA
Kurt Stockinger, Berkeley Lab, USA
Alan Su, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France
Yoshio Tanaka, AIST, Japan
Osamu Tatebe, AIST, Japan
Douglas Thain, University of Notre Dame, USA
Brian Tierney, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Brian Unger, University of Calgary, Canada
Sudharshan Vazhkudai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Frédéric Vivien, INRIA, France
Gregor von Laszewski, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
David W. Walker, Cardiff University, UK
Glenn Wasson, University of Virginia, USA
Jon Weissman, University of Minnesota, USA
Roy Williams, Caltech, USA
Ramin Yahyapour, University of Dortmund, Germany
Yao Zheng, Zhejiang University, China
Albert Zomaya, University of Sydney, Australia

Steering Committee:
* Mark Baker, University of Portsmouth, UK
* Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia
* Craig Lee, Aerospace Corp., USA
* Manish Parashar, Rutgers University, USA
* Heinz Stockinger, University of Vienna, Austria


For further information on Grid 2005, please contact the Program Chair:
Daniel S. Katz - d.katz at ieee.org

          Daniel S. Katz                Daniel.S.Katz at jpl.nasa.gov
    Jet Propulsion Laboratory               or d.katz at ieee.org
California Institute of Technology          or dsk at computer.org
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       4800 Oak Grove Drive                (818) 393-6141 (fax)
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