2002 will be held at Ft. Lauderdale Marina
Marriott, April 15-19, 2002
interested in organizing a new workshop to accompany IPDPS 2002 should
contact Chip Weems.
Proposals for new workshops are due by June 15, 2001. The proposal
should take the form of a preliminary call for papers, listing the
title, organizers, topics of interest and scope of the workshop, and a
list of potential program committee members. A plan for publicizing the
workshop to achieve a viable number of paper submissions should also be
proposers are asked to review the set of topics addressed by current
IPDPS workshops and the IPDPS
Symposium and to craft their proposal's focus to avoid
duplication. Care should also be take to avoid overlap with competing
conferences and workshops that might limit the potential for success of
the new workshop.
a workshop in association with IPDPS offers many advantages. These
include provision of meeting space, publication of proceedings by IEEE
CS Press, audiovisual support, break refreshments, publicity, local
arrangements management, production support, attendee registration, and
the opportunity to hold your workshop in a synergistic setting among
hundreds of researchers from different areas of the parallel and
distributed processing communities. By joining ranks with our family of
workshops, you are freed to focus on assembling your program, and we
take care of the rest.