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[TCPP-announce] 2nd Call For Papers: CAC'04-Workshop on Communication Architecture for Clusters (held with IPDPS'04)



                           Call For Papers

      Workshop on Communication Architecture for Clusters (CAC '04)

                    To be held in Conjunction with

     Int'l Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS '04)

	Santa Fe, New Mexico Eldorado Hotel, April 26-30, 2004 


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web page http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/~cac
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Call For Papers

THEME:

The availability of commodity PCs/workstations and high-speed networks
(Local Area Networks and System Area Networks) at low prices enabled the
development of low-cost clusters.
These clusters are being targeted for support of traditional 
high-end computing applications as well as emerging applications, especially 
those requiring high-performance servers. Designing high-performance and

scalable clusters for these emerging applications requires design and 
development of high-performance communication and I/O subsystems, low-overhead 
programming environment support and support for Quality of Service (QoS). New 
standards such as InfiniBand Architecture (IBA) and PCI Express AS, and 
availability of high-speed networking products (Myrinet, Quadrics, IBA 4X, and 
10GigEthernet) are providing exciting ways to design high-performance 
communication and I/O architectures for clusters. 
A large number of research groups from academia, industry, and research labs
are currently engaged in the above research directions. The goal of this
workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners working in the
areas of communication, I/O, and architecture to discuss state-of-the-art
solutions as well as future trends for designing scalable, high-performance,
and cost-effective communication and I/O architectures for clusters. 
The first three workshops in this series (CAC '01, CAC '02, and CAC '03) were 
held in conjunction with IPDPS conferences, and they were very successful. The 
CAC '04 workshop plans to continue this tradition. 


TOPICS OF INTEREST:

Topics of interest for the workshop include but are not limited to:

Router/switch, network, and network-interface architecture for supporting 
efficient point-to-point communication, collective communication, and
I/O at intra-cluster and inter-cluster levels. 

Design, development, and implementation of low-level communication and
I/O protocols (GM, TCP/IP, VAPI, SDP, DAPL, SRP, iSCSI, RDMA over IP, etc)
on different networking and interconnect technologies (such as Myrinet,
10Gigabit Ethernet, InfiniBand, Quadrics, TCP Offload Engine, etc.). 
High-performance implementation of different programming layers (Message

Passing Interface (MPI), Distributed Shared Memory such as TreadMarks, 
Get/Put, Global Arrays, sockets, etc.) and File Systems (such as PVFS
and DAFS). 

Communication and architectural issues related to switch organization,
flow control, congestion control, routing and deadlock-handling, load
balancing, reliability, and QoS support. 

Strategies, algorithms, and protocols for management of communication 
resources, including topology discovery, hot update/replacement of components, 
dynamic reconfigurations, etc. 

Performance evaluation and tools for different application areas,
including interprocessor communication and I/O, etc. 
Results of both theoretical and practical significance will be considered. 

PROCEEDINGS:

The proceedings of this workshop will be published together with the
proceedings of other IPDPS '04 workshops by the IEEE Computer Society Press. 

PAPER SUBMISSIONS:

We are planning a purely web submission and review process. Authors are 
requested to submit papers (in PDF format) not exceeding 10 single-spaced pages,
including abstract, five key words, contact address, figures, and references. 
Detailed instructions on web submissions will be available soon. 

Note: the PDF file must be viewable using the ``acroread'' tool. It is also 
important, when creating your PDF file, to use a page size of 8.5x11 inches 
(LETTER sized output not A4), since an A4 sized page may be truncated on
a LETTER sized printer.
 
SCHEDULE:
  
Title and Abstract:         October 30, 2003 
Paper submission:           November 3, 2003 
Notification of acceptance: December 19, 2003 
Camera-ready due:           January 23, 2004 


WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRS:

Dhabaleswar K. Panda (Ohio State), Jose Duato (Tech. Univ. of Valencia, Spain), 
and Craig Stunkel (IBM TJ Watson Research Center) 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE: 
	
Bulent Abali 			(IBM TJ Watson) 
Mohammad Banikazemi 	(IBM TJ Watson) 
Angelos Bilas 		(Univ. of Toronto, Canada) 
Alan Benner 			(IBM) 
Ron Brightwell 		(Sandia National Lab) 
Darius Buntinas 		(Argonne National Lab) 
Toni Cortes 			(UPC, Spain) 
Wu-Chun Feng 		(Los Alamos National Lab) 
Jose Flich 			(Tech. Univ. of Valencia, Spain) 
Mitchell Gusat 		(IBM, Zurich) 
Mark Heinrich 		(Univ. of Central Florida) 
Manolis G.H. Katevenis 	(FORTH and Univ. of Crete, Greece) 
Nectarios G. Koziris 	(National Technical Univ. of Athens, Greece) 
Mario Lauria 		(Ohio State) 
Olav Lysne 			(Univ. of Oslo, Norway) 
Arthur (Barney) Mccabe 	(Univ. of New Mexico) 
Pankaj Mehra 		(HP) 
Shubu Mukherjee 		(Intel) 
Jarek Nieplocha 		(Pacific Northwest National Lab) 
Scott Pakin 			(Los Alamos National Lab) 
Fabrizio Petrini 		(Los Alamos National Lab) 
Greg Pfister 			(IBM) 
Timothy Pinkston	 	(Univ. of Southern California) 
Wolfgang Rehm 		(Tech. Univ. of Chemnitz, Germany) 
Antonio Robles 		(UPV, Spain) 
Tom Rokicki 			(Instantis) 
Reza Rooholamini 		(Dell) 
Evan Speight 		(Cornell Univ.) 
Thomas M. Stricker 		(ETH, Zurich, Switzerland) 
Peter Varman 		(NSF and Rice Univ.) 
Pete Wyckoff 		(Ohio Supercomputer Center) 
Mazin Yousif 		(Intel) 


PUBLICITY COORDINATORS:

Darius Buntinas (Argonne National Lab) and Nectarios G. Koziris
(National Technical Univ. of Athens, Greece) 


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
For further questions, send e-mail to cac@cis.ohio-state.edu. 

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