English 2003 Call for Papers (pdf)
French Call For Papers
Submission Procedures -
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Papers, available as a downloadable
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Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that demonstrate original unpublished research in all areas of parallel and distributed processing including development of experimental or commercial systems. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Parallel and distributed algorithms, including communication and synchronization protocols.
- Applications of parallel and distributed computing, including web applications, peer-to-peer computing, grid computing and scientific applications.
- Parallel and distributed architectures, including signal and image processors, network processors, other special purpose processors, nontraditional processor technologies, network and interconnect architecture, performance modeling and evaluation.
- Parallel and distributed software, including parallel programming languages and compilers, operating system, runtime, middleware, libraries, programming environments and tools for parallel and distributed computing.
Submitted manuscripts may not exceed 12 single-spaced pages of text using 12-point size type on 8.5x11 inch pages. References, figures, tables, etc. may be included in addition to the twelve pages of text. Hardcopy submissions will be accepted, but files in either PostScript (level 2) or PDF format are strongly encouraged. (Note: Authors need to make sure that the electronically submitted files will print on a PostScript printer that uses 8.5x11 inch paper.) Submissions will be judged on originality, technical strength, significance, quality of presentation, interest and relevance to the conference attendees, and correctness. Submitted papers may not have appeared in or be considered for another conference.
Submission procedures for those who have only e-mail access: send an e-mail message to
email@example.com for an automatic reply that will contain detailed instructions for submission of manuscripts. If no electronic access is available, contact the program chair at the address given below.
All manuscripts will be reviewed. Manuscripts must be received by October 4, 2002 at 12 Noon EST. (Note: Authors will be granted an automatic extension of up to 1 week - 168 hours - without making a special request. However, no further extensions will be granted.)
Submissions received after the due date or exceeding the length limit may not be considered. Notification of review decisions will be mailed by December 20, 2002. Camera-ready papers will be due January 24, 2003.
IPDPS 2003 Proceedings for both contributed papers and workshops will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press on CD-ROM and will be distributed at the Symposium along with a hard copy volume of abstracts.
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Yves Robert, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
David Walker, Cardiff University
Josep Torrellas, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
John Mellor-Crummey, Rice University
- Giovanni Aloisio, University of
- Eduard Ayguade, Centre Europeu de Parallelisme de Barcelona, Spain
- Mark Baker, University of Portsmouth, UK
- Laxmi Bhuyan, University of California, Riverside
- Henri Casanova, University of California, San Diego
- Serge Chaumette, University of Bordeaux, France
- Jong-Doek Choi, IBM Research
- Marcelo Cintra, University of Edinburgh, UK
- Simon Cox, Southampton University, UK
- Chita Das, Pennsylvania State University
- Peter Dickman, University of Glasgow, UK
- John Drake, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Thomas Fahringer, University of Vienna, Austria
- Wu-Chun Feng, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Renato Figueiredo, Northwestern University
- Robert Fowler, Rice University
- Manoj Franklin, University of Maryland, College Park
- Guang Gao, University of Delaware
- Martyn Guest, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
- Yike Guo, Imperial College, UK
- John Gurd, University of Manchester, UK
- Mark Heinrich, Cornell University
- Jeffrey Hollingsworth, University of Maryland
- Ravi Iyer, Intel Labs
- Jesús Labarta, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain
- Domenico Laforenza, CNUCE-CNR Pisa, Italy
- Evangelos Markatos, ICS-FORTH & University of Crete, Greece
- Jose Moreira, IBM Research
O'Boyle, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
- D.K. Panda, Ohio State University
- Timothy Pinkston, University of Southern California
- Omer Rana, Cardiff University, UK
- Michael M. Resch, High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart, Germany
- Wojciech Rytter, University of Liverpool, UK
- Yousef Saad, University of Minnesota
- Pascal Sainrat, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
- Rizos Sakellariou, University of Manchester, UK
- André Schiper, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Schopf, Northwestern University
- Bernard Schutz, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Germany
- Steve Scott, Cray Research
- Leonel Seabra de Sousa, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
- Per Stenstrom, Chalmers University, Sweden
- Quentin F. Stout, University of Michigan
Stricker, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
- Alan Sussman, University of Maryland
- Sivan Toledo, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
- Dean Tullsen, University of California, San Diego
- Mateo Valero, Universitat Politècnica de
- Jeffrey Vetter, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- Jennifer Welch, Texas A&M University
- Marianne Winslett, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
- Sudha Yalamanchilli, Georgia Tech