[Beowulf] [p2s2-announce] deadline extended to May 21st!

Sayantan Sur surs at us.ibm.com
Fri Apr 25 15:21:26 PDT 2008


The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers and 
practitioners in parallel programming models and systems software for 
high-end computing systems. Please join us in a discussion of new ideas, 
experiences, and the latest trends in these areas at the workshop.

The PDF version of this Call for Papers is present here.

The focus areas for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

    * Programming models and their high-performance implementations
          o MPI, Sockets, OpenMP, Global Arrays, X10, UPC, Chapel, 
Fortress and others
          o Hybrid Programming Models
    * Systems software for scientific and enterprise computing
          o Communication sub-subsystems for high-end computing
          o High-performance File and storage systems
          o Fault-tolerance techniques and implementations
          o Efficient and high-performance virtualization and other 
management mechanisms for high-end computing
    * Tools for Management, Maintenance, Coordination and Synchronization
          o Software for Enterprise Data-centers using Modern 
          o Job scheduling libraries
          o Management libraries for large-scale system
          o Toolkits for process and task coordination on modern platforms
    * Performance evaluation, analysis and modeling of emerging computing 


Proceedings of this workshop will be published by the IEEE Computer 
Society (together with the ICPP conference proceedings) in CD format only 
and will be available at the conference.

Submissions should be in PDF format in U.S. Letter size paper. They should 
not exceed 8 pages (all inclusive). Submissions will be judged based on 
relevance, significance, originality, correctness and clarity.

Submissions can be made at this link.

          Paper Submission:            Extended to May 21, 2008
          Author Notification:          June 4, 2008
          Camera-Ready Copy:        June 18, 2008 
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