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Evento: '21st IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2007)'

Call for Participations
Divulgação de "Call for Participation".
Data: Monday, March 26, 2007 At 08:00
Duração: 5 Dias
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21st IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2007)

March 26-30, 2007
Long Beach, California USA

http://www.ipdps.org

Deadline for special rate hotel registration: Mar. 2nd, 2007
Deadline for discounted advance registration: Mar. 4th, 2007


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21st IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium

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Monday, 26th March - Friday, 30th March 2007
Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
Long Beach, California USA

Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Parallel Processing

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Go to www.ipdps.org and
...Register for IPDPS'07 on-line by March 4th for advanced registration.
...Link to the Renaissance Hotel and register by March 2nd to obtain guaranteed special rates for IPDPS 2007 attendees.

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This announcement contains the following four sections:
I. IPDPS 2007 SUMMARY PROGRAM SCHEDULE
II. WORKSHOPS (Mon & Fri)
III. INVITATION FOR COMMERCIAL PARTICIPATION
IV. IPDPS 2007 LOCATION


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I. SUMMARY PROGRAM SCHEDULE
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A total of 109 papers have been selected for presentation in 27 technical sessions and a plenary session for best papers. All IPDPS 2007 events, including workshops, the symposium tutorial, and banquet, are included in registration fees and all events are open to all attendees. A copy of proceedings which includes the 21 workshops will be distributed at registration. Advance discounted registration fees are available through March 5th, 2007. On site fees will apply after that. (Check Web at www.ipdps.org for updates and to register online.)


Monday - March 26, 2007
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-WORKSHOPS 1-12 (all day)
Visit IPDPS Web to link to individual workshop program & schedule

-TCPP RECEPTION & TALK (evening)
Burton Smith, Technical Fellow, Advanced Strategies and Policy
Microsoft Corporation "Reinventing Computing"


Tuesday - March 27, 2007
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-KEYNOTE PLENARY SESSION (8:00 AM)
Christopher Johnson, University of Utah
"Large-Scale Bioimaging and Visualization"


-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 1-4 (morning)
Session 1: Peer-to-Peer Algorithms
Session 2: Science, Finance, and Combinatorial Applications
Session 3: Cluster and Server Architectures
Session 4: Software Support for Large Scale Scientific Computing

-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 5-8 (early afternoon)
Session 5: Scheduling Algorithms
Session 6: Search, Text and Web Applications
Session 7: Processor Architecture
Session 8: Performance Analysis and Optimization

-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 9-12 (late afternoon)
Session 9: Complexity of Algorithms
Session 10: Power and Energy Aware Computing
Session 11: Performance Modeling and Evaluation
Session 12: Middleware and Tools

-SYMPOSIUM TUTORIAL (evening)
"High-performance Computing Methods for Computational Genomics"


Wednesday - March 28, 2007
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-KEYNOTE PLENARY SESSION (8:00 AM)
Michael J. Flynn, Stanford University
"Avoiding the Memory Bottleneck through Structured Arrays"

-BEST PAPERS SESSION (morning)

-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 13-16 (early afternoon)
Session 13: Wireless, Adhoc and Sensor Algorithms
Session 14: Applications on Emerging Architectures
Session 15: Interconnection Networks
Session 16: Performance Prediction and Distributed Systems

-SYMPOSIUM PANEL (late afternoon)
"Is the Multi-Core Roadmap going to Live Up to its Promises?"
Moderator: Per Stenstrom (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
Panelists: Michel Dubois (USC); Tim Mattson (Intel); Kunle Olukotun (Stanford);
David Padua (UIUC); Marc Tremblay (Sun Microsystems)

-SYMPOSIUM BANQUET (evening)
Speaker: Mark Seager, Lawrence Livermore National Labs
"Why Peta-Scale is Different: An Ecosystem Approach to Predictive Scientific and Engineering Simulation"


Thursday - March 29, 2007
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-KEYNOTE PLENARY SESSION (8:00 AM)
Umesh Vazirani, University of California Berkeley
"Quantum Physics and the Nature of Computing"

-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 17-20 (morning)
Session 17: Network Algorithms
Session 18: Peer-to-Peer Systems and Applications I
Session 19: Networks and Storage Systems
Session 20: Compiler Optimization and Software Environment

-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 21-24 (early afternoon)
Session 21: Distributed Algorithms
Session 22: Peer-to-Peer Systems and Applications II
Session 23: Job Scheduling
Session 24: Fault Tolerance and Checkpointing

-TECHNICAL SESSIONS 25-27 (late afternoon)
Session 25: Load Balancing Algorithms
Session 26: Distributed and Mobile Applications
Session 27: Algorithms for Parallel Execution Parallel COMMERCIAL TRACK


Friday - March 30, 2007
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-WORKSHOPS 13-21 (all day)
Visit IPDPS Web to link to individual workshop program & schedule



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II. WORKSHOPS (Mon & Fri)
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1 HCW
Heterogeneity in Computing Workshop

2 WPDRTS
Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Real-Time Systems

3 RAW
Reconfigurable Architectures Workshop

4 HIPS-ToPMoDRS
Workshop on High-Level Parallel Programming Models & Supportive Environments

5 JAVAPDC
International Workshop on Java and Components for Parallelism, Distribution and Concurrency

6 NIDISC
Workshop on Nature Inspired Distributed Computing

7 HiCOMB
Workshop on High Performance Computational Biology

8 APDCM
Advances in Parallel and Distributed Computing Models

9 CAC
Communication Architecture for Clusters

10 NSFNGS
NSF Next Generation Software Program

11 HPPAC
High-Performance, Power-Aware Computing

12 HPGC
High Performance Grid Computing

13 PDSEC
Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing

14 PMEO-PDS
Performance Modelling, Evaluation, and Optimisation of Parallel and Distributed Systems

15 DPDNS
Dependable Parallel, Distributed and Network-Centric Systems

16 SSN
International Workshop on Security in Systems and Networks

17 SMTPS
Workshop on System Management Techniques, Processes, and Services

18 POHLL
Performance Optimization for High-Level Languages and Libraries

19 HOTP2P
Third International Workshop on Hot Topics in Peer-to-Peer Systems

20 PCGRID
Workshop on Large-Scale, Volatile Desktop Grids

21 MTAAP
Workshop on Multi-Threaded Architectures and Applications


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III. INVITATION FOR COMMERCIAL PARTICIPATION
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The call for Commercial Participation at IPDPS 2007 remains open, and companies are invited to contact the Commercial Co-chairs to explore sponsorship and participation, including:
(1) Give a presentation in a special Commercial Track, which includes publication of a technical article in the proceedings of the symposium.
(2) Offer an evening Commercial Tutorial to provide orientation and training to symposium participants interested in using and/or learning more about your technology.
(3) Participate in Commercial Exhibits by having a booth where your company can promote awareness about its recent technological advances in a "walk-up-and-talk" setting.

IPDPS is one of the premier international conferences in the areas of parallel and distributed computing and includes an academic and industrial audience from all over the world. The Symposium is also known for a large number of high-quality workshops in diverse areas. In its 21st year, IPDPS returns to Southern California where it started and is an excellent opportunity for local companies to showcase their technologies to a sophisticated international audience. For more information, send email to Deborah.Nielsen@unx.uci.edu.


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IV. IPDPS 2007 LOCATION
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In March of 2007, IPDPS returns to Southern California, its starting point. The meeting place is the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel, which overlooks the Queen Mary and Aquarium of the Pacific and is situated just steps from trendy dining, sandy beach, and boutique shopping. Go to the IPDPS Web at www.ipdps.org and link to the Renaissance Hotel to register by March 2nd to obtain guaranteed special rates.

Attractions like Disneyland, Universal Studios, and the Getty Museum & Center are a short drive from Long Beach, and the region north and south of Long Beach - known as the Tech Coast - is home to USC, UCLA, UCI, and UCSD. It is an international setting with village like beach communities and the attractions and resources of Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego. Join us to commemorate 21 years of building the IPDPS event and community of computer scientists who meet annually to extend knowledge and understanding in this field.


PLEASE JOIN US IN LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA DURING THE LAST WEEK OF MARCH!

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David A. Bader
Executive Director of High-Performance Computing
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332 USA
http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~bader


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