[Acpc-l] ICA3PP 2002

Peter Brezany Peter Brezany <brezany@par.univie.ac.at>
Wed, 13 Mar 2002 12:41:22 +0100 (MET)


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                              CALL FOR PAPERS
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The 5th International Conference on
Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing (ICA3PP 2002)

The 5th International Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for 
Parallel Processing (ICA3PP 2002) will be held in Beijing during 
October 23-25, 2002.

Following the traditions of the previous successful IEEE ICA3PP 
conferences held in Brisbane, Singapore, Melbourne, and Hong Kong, 
the objective of ICA3PP 2002 is to bring together researchers and 
practitioners from academia, industry and governments to advance the 
theories and technologies in parallel and distributed computing.  
The main focus of ICA3PP 2002 will be on two broad areas of parallel 
and distributed computing,  i.e., architectures, algorithms and 
networks, and systems and applications.  Topics of interest include, 
but will not be limited to:

Architectures, Algorithms and Networks:
Parallel Architectures and Parallel I/O Systems
Interconnection Networks and Routing
High-Speed Networks and Network Security
Parallel Algorithms
Parallel Programming Paradigms
Distributed Scheduling and Load Balancing
Performance of Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems 

Systems and Applications:
Tools and Environments for Parallel and Distributed Software Development
High-performance Scientific Computing
Parallel and Distributed Databases
Distributed and Parallel Operating Systems and Middleware
Cluster and Grid Computing 
Parallel Processing on Web-based Systems
Fault-Tolerant Computing

Paper submission:
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that demonstrate original
unpublished research in all areas of parallel and distributed 
computing. A manuscript should not exceed 20 pages, including tables 
and figures.  Each manuscript should also contain an abstract and the 
contact details of the author for correspondence, and the following 
information for all authors: his/her affiliation, complete postal 
address, phone and fax numbers, and email address.  Authors are invited 
to submit their papers, panel and tutorial proposals electronically via
http://139.132.118.102/ica3pp2k2/submit.html, or via email to 
wanlei@cm.deakin.edu.au using PDF, PS or Word format.  The contact 
author will be acknowledged after the paper has been successfully 
received.  

Papers will be reviewed internationally and selected based on their 
originality, significance, correctness, relevance, and clarity of 
presentation.  The conference proceedings of accepted papers will be 
published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.

Proposals for tutorial sessions are also solicited. Your proposal 
should include the lecture outline, assumed background of audience, 
and vitae of the presenter. Special sessions on current interest 
topics are planned. Please send your proposals of tutorial and special 
sessions to wanlei@cm.deakin.edu.au. 

For further information on the conference please refer to the 
conference web page: 
http://www.sc.ac.cn/ICA3PP2K2/ICA.htm.

Important dates:
Papers, Minitracks & Tutorial Proposals Submission : March 28, 2002
Notification of Acceptance : May 1, 2002
Camera-ready Papers Due : June 15, 2002
Registration Due : July 15, 2002
Conference Dates : October 23-25, 2002

Sponsors:
Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Deakin University, Australia
National Parallel Computing Subcommittee of China
Chinese Academy of Sciences
China Natural Science Foundation 
The Special Funds for Major State Basic Research Projects of China
In cooperation with IEEE (Beijing Section) Computer Society Chapter

Conference Co-Chairs:
Guo-jie Li, 
Institute of Computing Techology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Andrzej Goscinski, 
Deakin U., Australia

Program Committee Co-Chairs:
Xue-bin Chi, 
Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
(chi@jupiter.cnc.ac.cn)
Wanlei Zhou, 
Deakin U., Australia
(wanlei@deakin.edu.au)

Program Committee:
D. Abramson, Monash U., Australia	
A. Ananda, National U. of Singapore, Singapore
M. Baker, Portsmouth U., UK	
A. Barak, Hebrew U. of Jerusalem, Isral	
H. E. Bal, Vrije Universiteit, The Netherland
A. Bode, Technical U. of Munich, Germany
P. Brezany, U. of Vienna, Austria	
M. Bubak, U. of Mining and Metallurgy, Poland	
R. Buyya, Monash U, Australia	
J. Cao, Hong Kong Polytechnic U., Hong Kong, China
H. Y. Chang, Zhongshan U., China	
S. Chanson, Hong Kong U. of Sci. and Tech., Hong Kong, China
J. Chen, Texas A&M U., USA	
F. Y. L. Chin, U. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
T. Cortes, U. of Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
X. Deng, City U of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
B. J. d'Auriol, U of Texas at El Paso, USA	
J. Dongarra, U. of Tennessee, USA	
D. Z. Du, U. of Minnesota, USA	
Q. Du, Inst. of Computational Maths & Sci/Eng Computing, China
W. Gao, Inst. Comput. Tech., China	
A. Geist, Oak Ridge Nation Labs, USA	
M. Guo, U. of Aizu, Japan	
S. Hariri, Syracuse U., USA	
L. Hertzberger, U. of Amsterdam, The Netherland	
S. J. Horng, National Taiwan U. of Sci and Tech, Taiwan, China
D. Frank Hsu, Fordham U., USA	
A. Hurson, Pennsylvania State U., USA	
K. Hwang, U. of Southern California, USA	
X. Jia, City U. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
W. Jia, City U. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
H. Jin, Huazhong U. of Science and Technology, China
P. Kacsuk, MTA SZTAKI Research Inst., Hungry
J. Kaiser, U. of Ulm, Germany	
K. Kavi, The U. of North Texas, USA	
Z. Kedem, New York U., USA	
T. Kikuno, Osaka U., Japan	
C.-T. King, National Tsing Hua U., Taiwan, China
C. Kitowski, U. of Mining and Metallurgy, Poland
T.L. Kunii, HOSEI U., Japan	
D. Laforenza, Institute of the Italian National Res. Council, Itali
X. M. Li, Institute of Command and Tech. of Equipment, China
K. Li, State U of NY at New Paltz, USA
X. P. Liu, Inst of Applied Physics and Computational Maths, China
Z. Liu, National Natural Science Foundation, China
T. Ludwig, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitšt Heidelberg, Germany
Y. S. Ma, Fudan U., China		
G. Mohay, Queensland U. of Tech., Australia	
C. Morin, IRISA/Universite de Rennes, France
E. Nett, Otto-von-Guericke U., Germany	
Y. Pan, Georgia State U., USA	
M. Paprzycki, Oklahoma State U., USA
S. Prasad, Georgia State U., USA	
R. Raje, Purdue U., USA	
M. Raynal, IRISA, France	
H. Sandhu, York U., Canada	
E. Sha, U. of Texas at Dallas, USA	
H. Shen, Griffith U., Australia	
B. Shirazi, U. of Texas Arlington, USA	
J. Silcock, Deakin U., Australia	
M. Singhal, Ohio State U., USA	
J. Song, Research Inst. of Petroleum Exploration and Devl., China
S. Srinivas, Dalhousie U., USA
C. Sun, Griffith U., Australia	
J. C.Sun, Institute of Software, China	
B. Szymanski, Rensselear U., USA	
Z. M. Tang, Institute of Computing Technology, China
Y-M. Teo, National U. of Singapore, Singapore	
J. Wu, Florida Atlantic U., USA	
Y. Wu, U. of Electronic Sci and Tech, China	
Z. W. Xu, Institute of Computing Technology, China	
J. Xue, U. of New South Wales, Australia	
B. P. Yan, Computer Network Information Center, China
C. Yuen, National U. of Singapore, Singapore	
A. Zomaya, U. of Western Australia, Australia	
B. L. Zhang, Inst of Applied Physics and Computational Maths, China	
L. B.Zhang, Inst. of Computational Maths & Sci/Eng Computing, China	
W. Zhang, Southern U. at New Orleans, USA	
Y. Zhao,, U. of Chemical Technology, China
W. Zhao, Texas A&M U., USA	
S. Zheng, U. of Texas Dallas, USA	
W. Zheng, Tsinghua U., China	
J. Zou, Chinese U. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Local Arrangements Committee 
(Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sci., China):
W. P. Li, (Chair), 
Y. S. Qian, (Secretary)
L. Q. Yang (Foreign Affairs Chair)
H. Tang (Finance Chiar)
H. Wu (Registration Chair)
Y. L. Yin (Arrangement Chair)