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 *                             IPDPS 2004                                  *
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 *     International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium         *
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 *                       http://www.ipdps.org/                             *
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 *                 =====>   CALL FOR PAPERS   <=====                       *
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 *                Submission Deadline: October 3, 2003                     *
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              For more information e-mail: info@ipdps.org

                             18th Annual
      International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium
                              IPDPS 2004

            Monday, 26 April -- Friday, 30 April,  2004
                            Eldorato Hotel
                      Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

                            Sponsored by:
   IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Parallel Processing

                         In cooperation with:
                             ACM SIGARCH
 IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Architecture (TCCA)
 IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing (TCDP)

                  Hosted by University of New Mexico

                  IPDPS 2004 CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

     In 2004, IPDPS will follow its accustomed format, providing a
  forum for engineers and scientists from around the world to present
  their latest research findings in the fields of parallel processing
  and distributed computing. Workshops and tutorials serve as the
  "book-end" events on the first and last days.  Note that in Santa Fe,
  IPDPS will return to its Monday through Friday schedule. The three
  intervening days open with addresses by invited speakers and focus on
  the presentation of contributed papers in technical sessions organized
  around symposium topics of interest. Particularly hot topics are
  further explored via panel discussions, and new to IPDPS this year is
  the opportunity for participants to organize Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF)
  sessions. Details on local accommodations as well as travel tips will
  be posted on the Web before the end of the year, so you are encouraged
  to regularly check the IPDPS Web site at www.ipdps.org for updates.
  General email inquiries should be addressed to <info@ipdps.org>.

* David A. Bader, University of New Mexico
* Michel Cosnard, Universite' de Nice & INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France

* Charles Weems, University of Massachusetts at Amherst,


  Workshops are an opportunity to explore special topics, and running a
  workshop in association with IPDPS offers many advantages.  The 19
  workshops held at IPDPS 2003 are already planning for continuation in
  2004 and several more have been proposed.  Contact Workshop
  Co-Chairs Luc Bouge' <Luc.Bouge@bretagne.ens-cachan.fr> or
  Alan Sussman <als@cs.umd.edu> for details on workshop
  proposals.  To obtain more information on an individual IPDPS
  workshop, go to the IPDPS Web site at www.ipdps.org.  Each workshop
  has its own requirements and schedule for submissions and all are
  linked from the IPDPS Web site.


  This year, IPDPS participants will have the opportunity to organize
  Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions. These are informal sessions in
  which a group of researchers can gather for discussions on a topic of
  mutual interest.  BOF space will be available early in the evening and
  a typical BOF lasts one to two hours.  We'll provide the space, you
  provide the topic and the gather the people. You may reserve space in
  advance by contacting the Vice General Chair Charles Weems at
  <weems@cs.umass.edu>. You may also schedule a spontaneous BOF on-site
  if you encounter a group with common interests while at the
  conference.  Sessions that are reserved in advance will be posted on
  the IPDPS web site, and can be linked to a BOF announcement web page.
  The goal of IPDPS and TCPP for the BOF sessions is to encourage new
  collaborations and research directions, to inspire educational
  initiatives and the formation of standards groups, and to nuture the
  development of new workshop proposals and other initiatives and
  interactions within our community.


  Industrial track presentations are an excellent opportunity for
  companies to showcase new technologies and to enter into the lively
  discussions encouraged at IPDPS.  Paired with three days of
  "walk-up-and-talk" exhibits, industrial researchers can promote
  awareness about their recent technological advances and obtain
  feedback from a diverse audience.  Industrial sponsors are linked from
  the IPDPS home page, giving them several months of visibility, and
  papers presented become part of the IPDPS proceedings.  Proposals for
  innovative ways to showcase vendor products or to provide sponsor
  benefits in lieu of exhibiting are also encouraged.
  Companies interested in participating should contact one of the
  Industrial Track Chair by October 19, 2003:
  Kiran Bondalapati <Kiran.Bondalapati@amd.com>.


  Proposals are solicited for organizing full or half-day tutorials.
  Interested individuals should submit a proposal by October 19, 2003 to
  the Tutorials Chair Patricia Teller <pteller@cs.utep.edu>.  Contact
  her for details prior to submitting your proposal.

                     IPDPS 2004 - IMPORTANT DATES

         3 October  2003      Manuscripts Due
        19 October  2003      Tutorial Proposals Due
        19 October  2003      Industrial Track Submissions Due
        19 December 2003      Review Decisions Mailed
        23 January  2004      Print Ready Paper Due

                           CALL FOR PAPERS

  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:

    1. Parallel and distributed algorithms, including selfish
       computing, stability and fault tolerance of distributed
       systems, communication and synchronization protocols.

    2. Applications of parallel and distributed computing, including web
       applications, peer-to-peer computing, grid computing and scientific

    3. Parallel and distributed architectures, including signal and image
       processors, network processors, other special purpose processors,
       nontraditional processor technologies, network and interconnect
       architecture, and performance modeling and evaluation.

    4. Parallel and distributed software, including parallel programming
       languages and compilers, operating systems, runtime, middleware,
       libraries, programming environments and tools for parallel
       and distributed computing.

  Awards will be given for the best paper in each of the four
  conference topics.  The selected papers will also be considered for
  possible publication in a special issue of the Journal of 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 correctness, originality, technical
  strength, significance, quality of presentation, and interest and
  relevance to the conference attendees. Submitted papers may not have
  appeared in or be considered for another conference.

  Submission procedures are available via Web access at www.ipdps.org.
  For those who have only e-mail access, send an e-mail message to
  <cfp@ipdps.org> 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 3, 2003 at 12 Noon EST.  (Note: Authors will be granted an
  automatic extension of up to 1 week 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 19, 2003. Camera-ready papers will be due January
  23, 2004.

  IPDPS 2004 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

  Prof. Dr. Burkhard Monien
  University of Paderborn
  Department of Computer Science
  F�rstenallee 11
  33102 Paderborn,  Germany
  Tel.: +49 5251/60-6695
  Fax:  +49 5251/60-6697

  Prof. Dr. Paul Spirakis
  Department of Computer Engineering & Informatics
  University of Patras
  School of Engineering
  GR 265 00, Patras, Greece
  Tel.: +30 61 274 736, +30 61 220 112
  Fax: +30 61 993 973, +30 61 222086

  Prof. Dr. Horst Simon
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  One Cyclotron Road
  M/S: 50B-4230
  Berkeley, CA 94720, USA
  Tel.: 001 510 486-7377
  Fax: 001 510 486-4300

  Prof. Dr. Per Stenstr�m
  Department of Computer Engineering
  Chalmers University of Technology
  H�rsalsv�gen 11
  S-412 96 Gothenburg, Sweden
  Tel.: 0046 31 772 1761
  Fax: 0046 31 772 3663

  Prof. Dr. Guang Gao
  University of Delaware
  Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
  140 Evans Hall
  Newark, DE 19716, USA
  Tel.: 001 302 831-8218
  Fax: 001 302 831-4316


  Andreas Adelmann, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
  Jose Nelson Amaral, University of Alberta, Canada
  Hagit Attiya, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
  Angelos Bilas, University of Crete, Greece
  Costas Busch, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
  Silvia Crivelli, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
  Chita Das, Pennsylvania State University, USA
  Chen Ding, University of Rochester, USA
  Thom Dunning, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
  Sandhya Dwarkadas, University of Rochester, USA
  Robert Els�sser, University of Paderborn, Germany
  Lori Freitag, Sandia National Laboratory, USA
  Andreas Frommer, University of Wuppertal, Germany
  Phillip B. Gibbons, Intel Research Pittsburgh, USA
  Antonio Gonzalez, Intel Research Barcelona, Spain
  William Gropp, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
  Erik Hagersten, University of Uppsala, Sweden
  Christos Kaklamanis, University of Patras, Greece
  George Karypis, University of Minnesota, USA
  Kurichi Kumar, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore
  An-Chow Lai, Intel Corp.
  Alvin Lebeck, Duke University, USA
  Keqin Li, State University of New York, USA
  Xiaoye Sherry Li, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
  Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  Marios Mavronicolas, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
  John Mellor-Crummey, Rice University Houston, USA
  Jose Moreira, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, USA
  Yoichi Muraoka, Waseda University, Japan
  Kengo S. Nakajima, Research Organisation for Inf. Science & Technology,
  Yi Pan, Georgia State University, USA
  Dhabaleswar Panda, Ohio State University, USA
  Timothy Mark Pinkston, University of Southern California, USA
  Alex Pothen, Old Dominion University, USA
  Vijaya Ramachandran, University of Texas at Austin, USA
  Alexander Reinefeld, ZIB Berlin, Germany
  Pascal Sainrat, Institute de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, France
  Xian-He Sun, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
  Denis Trystram, Institut d�Informatique et Math�matiques Appliqu�es de
Grenoble, France
  Theo Ungerer, University of Augsburg, Germany
  Berthold V�cking, University of Dortmund, Germany
  Cho-Li Wang, University of Hong Kong, China
  Harry Wijshoff, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
  David E. Womble, Sandia National Laboratory, USA
  Li Xiao, Michigan State University, USA

  Monday, 26 April 2004 -- Friday, 30 April 2004
  18th International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium

  Join us in Santa Fe!

  The 18th International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium
  -- hosted by the University of New Mexico -- will be held at the
  Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe. The oldest capital city in North America
  and the oldest European community west of the Mississippi, Santa Fe
  was settled in the early 1600's by Spanish conquistadors at the site
  of the ancient Pueblo Indian ruin of Kaupoge, or "place of shell beads
  near the waters."

  Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in New
  Mexico's desert highlands, Santa Fe offers a remarkable set of
  galleries, museums, and the renowned Native American market.  As well
  as its Native American and Spanish influences, the diverse
  associations with Santa Fe include Georgia O'Keeffe, Los Alamos, and

  Home to a world-renowned opera company, Santa Fe is an international
  city surrounded by the spectacular outdoors of the Southwest,
  including the Bandelier National Monument, Valles Caldera, and the
  Jemez Mountains. IPDPS 2004 attendees will be able to enjoy the
  mountain spring weather and participate in the village life of Santa
  Fe at the Eldorado "on the plaza." And Santa Fe is less than an hour
  away by shuttle or car from the Albuquerque International Airport
  (ABQ) -- a drive through spectacular scenery. For more information
  check the web site at www.ipdps.org.

                       IPDPS 2004 ORGANIZATION

  David A. Bader, University of New Mexico
  Michel Cosnard, Universite' de Nice & INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France

  Charles Weems, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

  Burkhard Monien, University of Paderborn, Germany

  Viktor K. Prasanna, University of Southern California
  George Westrom, Future Scientists & Engineers of America

  Luc Bouge', ENS Cachan & IRISA, Rennes, France
  Alan Sussman, University of Maryland

  Patricia J. Teller, University of Texas at El Paso

  Kiran Bondalapati, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

  Jose Nelson Amaral, University of Alberta, Canada

  Bill Pitts, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

  Susamma Barua, California State University, Fullerton
  Wennie Shu, University of New Mexico

  Sally Jelinek, Electronic Design Associates, Inc.

  Serge Chaumette, Universite' de Bordeaux, France
  Yi Pan, Georgia State University

  Martina Kindilien
  Center for High Performance Computing
  University of New Mexico
  Albuquerque, NM 87131

  K. Mani Chandy, California Institute of Technology
  Ali R. Hurson, Pennsylvania State University
  Joseph JaJa, University of Maryland
  F. Tom Leighton, MIT
  Jose' Rolim, University of Geneva
  Sartaj Sahni, University of Florida
  Behrooz Shirazi, University of Texas at Arlington
  H.J. Siegel, Colorado State University
  Hal Sudborough, University of Texas at Dallas
  Steering Committee 2004 membership also includes the general co-chairs,
  program chairs, and vice general co-chairs from 2003, 2004, & 2005.

  Said Bettayeb, University of South Alabama (USA)
  Michael J. Flynn, Stanford University (USA)
  Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide, University of Paderborn (Germany)
  Louis O. Hertzberger, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
  Richard Karp, University of California, Berkeley (USA)
  Jan van Leeuwen, University of Utrecht (The Netherlands)
  David R. Martinez, MIT Lincoln Laboratory (USA)
  Kurt Mehlhorn, Max Planck Institute (Germany)
  Gary Miller, Carnegie Mellon University (USA)
  Juerg Nievergelt, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)
  Charles L. Seitz, Myricom, Inc. (USA)
  Ioannis Tollis, University of Texas, Dallas (USA)
  Leslie Valiant, Harvard University (USA)
  Paolo Zanella, E.B.I., Cambridge (UK)


                     IPDPS 2004 - IMPORTANT DATES

         3 October  2003      Manuscripts Due
        19 October  2003      Tutorial Proposals Due
        19 October  2003      Industrial Track Submissions Due
        19 December 2003      Review Decisions Mailed
        23 January  2004      Print Ready Paper Due

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