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[TCPP-announce] Call For Papers: CAC 2007-Workshop on Communication Architecture for Clusters (to be held with IPDPS 2007)

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                              CALL FOR PAPERS

          The Workshop on Communication Architecture for Clusters
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                    To be held in Conjunction with the
 International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS 2007)
              Long Beach, California, USA, March 26-30, 2007
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Theme
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Many of the world's fastest computer systems are PC or workstation
clusters.  Numerous research groups in academia, industry, and
government are currently engaged in cluster research, seeking new ways
to advance the state of the art of cluster communication.  The goal of
the CAC workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners
working in the areas of communication hardware and software to discuss
their latest findings as well as future trends in the design of
scalable, high-performance, and cost-effective communication
architectures for clusters.


Topics of Interest
------------------

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

   * low-level communication protocols (e.g., VAPI, Tports, GM, and
     IP) and higher-level communication layers (e.g., MPI, sockets,
     put/get, and distributed shared memory)

   * communication and architectural issues related to router/switch
     organization, flow control, congestion control, routing and
     deadlock handling, load balancing, reliability, QoS support,
     topology discovery, dynamic reconfiguration, and clustered
     storage and fileservers

   * novel network-interface and switch architectures for supporting
     efficient point-to-point and collective communication

   * performance measurements, analysis, and early-user experience
     reports of pre-release and recently released network interfaces,
     network protocols/emerging standards, and routers/switches

Results of both theoretical and practical significance will be considered.


Proceedings
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The proceedings of this workshop will be published together with the
proceedings of other IPDPS 2007 workshops by the IEEE Computer Society Press.


Paper Submissions
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Submitted manuscripts may not exceed eight single-spaced pages using a
12-point font on 8.5�11-inch pages, everything included (figures,
tables, references, etc.).  Manuscripts must be submitted electronically
and in either PostScript (level 2) or PDF format.  Submissions will be
judged on correctness, originality, technical strength, significance,
quality of presentation, and interest and relevance to the workshop
attendees.  Submitted papers may not have appeared in or be under
consideration for another workshop, conference, or journal.

CAC manuscript submissions are being handled by EDAS.  To submit a
paper, go to https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=4979&submit=0& and
follow the instructions.


Important Dates
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Paper submission:               4 December 2006
PC reviews due:                 1 January  2007
Notification of acceptance:    10 January  2007
Camera-ready papers due:       17 January  2007


Additional Information
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For more information on CAC 2007 or if you have any questions please
e-mail the workshop organizers at the following address:

                   cac2007 at lanl dot gov

A single-page PDF version of this CFP is available from the CAC 2007
Web site:

                   http://www.c3.lanl.gov/cac2007/


Workshop Organization
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Co-chairs

    * Scott Pakin (LANL)
    * Craig Stunkel (IBM)
    * Pankaj Mehra (HP)

Program Committee

    * Gheorghe Almasi (IBM)
    * Angelos Bilas (FORTH & U. Crete)
    * Ron Brightwell (SNL)
    * Darius Buntinas (ANL)
    * Wu-Chun Feng (VT)
    * Jos� Flich (UPV)
    * Dave Garcia (HP)
    * Mitchell Gusat (IBM)
    * Nectarios Koziris (NTUA)
    * Ben Lee (OSU)
    * Andrew Lumsdaine (IU)
    * Jarek Nieplocha (PNNL)
    * Greg Pfister (IBM)
    * Jamie Riotto (Cisco)
    * Vikram Saletore (Intel)
    * Cris Simpson (Intel)
    * Evan Speight (IBM)
    * Pete Wyckoff (OSC)

Publicity Coordinator

    * Nectarios Koziris (NTUA)

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