[DistComp] Final CFP: AusPDC2012 Final Call for Papers (Deadline Extended to: 15 September 2011)
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Mon Sep 12 13:52:34 CDT 2011
The 10th Australasian Symposium on Parallel and Distributed (AusPDC 2012)
will be held in January, in Perth, Australia in conjunction with
Australasian Computer Science Week, 30 January – 3 February 2012.
Submission deadline: 15 September 2011
Submission site: http://www.easychair.org/conferences?conf=auspdc2012.
Scope of the Symposium
In 2010, AusGrid event was broadened to include all aspects of parallel and
distributed computing and hence was called as Australasian Symposium on
Parallel and Distributed Computing (AusPDC). Following this successful
event, it comes to the 9th this year in the series. In both New Zealand and
Australia parallel and distributed computing has been recognised as
strategic technologies for driving their moves towards knowledge economies.
A number of projects and initiatives are underway in both countries in these
areas. There is a natural interest in tools which support collaboration and
access to remote resources given the challenges of the countries location
and sparse populations.
Topics of interest for the symposium include but not limited to:
* GPUs and other forms of special purpose processors
* Cluster computing
* Grid computing
* Cloud computing
* Peer-to-peer computing
* Service computing and workflow management
* Managing large distributed data sets
* Middleware and tools
* Performance evaluation and modeling
* Performance accelerators
* Problem-solving environments
* Parallel programming models, languages and compilers
* Runtime systems
* Operating systems
* Resource scheduling and load balancing
* Data mining
* Computational Science and Engineering
* Agent-based computing
* Reliability, security, privacy and dependability
* Applications and e-Science
The symposium is primarily targeted at researchers from Australia and New
Zealand, however in the spirit of parallel and distributed computing, which
aims to enable collaboration of distributed virtual organizations, we
encourage papers and participation from international researchers.
The proceedings of the symposium will be published through the Australian
Computer Society Conferences in Research and Practice in Information
Technology (CRPIT) series, under the title ACSW Frontiers 2012. The
proceedings are included in the ACM digital library.
This year, we accept three types of submissions: full research paper, full
industry experience paper, and extended abstract. Submitted full research or
industry experience papers should be at most 10 pages in length. Submitted
extended abstracts should be at most 2 pages in length. All submissions must
conform to the CRPIT formatting style. Formatting instructions can be found
at http://crpit.com/AuthorsSubmitting.html. For presentations based on
existing published quality papers, please email to
auspdc2012 at easychair.orgstraightly rather than submit to submission
Papers will be peer-reviewed by at least 2 referees. By submitting to the
workshop authors accept that they are aware of the Guidelines on Research
Practice in Computer Science by the Computing Research and Education
Association of Australasia (CORE). In particular, authors are encouraged to
review the points on authorship.
At least one author must register for ACSW to ensure the publication appears
in the proceedings.
Papers (in PDF form) should be submitted using the EasyChair web submission
site http://www.easychair.org/conferences?conf=auspdc2012 .
Refer to Important Dates link for submission key dates.
Australasian Computer Science Week
The Australasian Computer Science Week is the annual meeting for computer
science researchers and educators held in the Australasian region. It
includes the Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC), the premiere
generalist forum for Australasian computer science academics, as well as
several specialist conferences and workshops. Registration for ACSW enables
participation in all the ACSW conferences and workshops, including AusPDC
Associate Professor Jinjun Chen (PhD)
Director - Program (Lab) of Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems,
iNEXT - UTS Research Centre for Innovation in IT Services and Applications,
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology,
University of Technology, Sydney,
PO Box 123, Broadway NSW 2007, Australia.
Tel: +61 2 9514 1831
Fax: +61 2 9514 4492
Office: CB 10.04.356(Room 04.356, Level 4, Building 10, City Campus)
Email: Jinjun.Chen at uts.edu.au
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