The 9th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Grid Computing (Grid 2008)
The IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Scalable Computing
Grid computing enables the sharing of distributed computing and data resources such as processing, network bandwidth and storage capacity to create a cohesive resource environment for executing distributed applications. The Grid conference series is an annual international meeting that brings together a community of researchers, developers, practitioners, and user involved with Grid technology. The objective of the meeting is to serve as both the premier venue for presenting foremost research results in the area and as a forum for introducing and exploring new concepts. The conference will feature invited talks, workshops, and refereed paper presentations. Previous events in this series have been successful in attracting high quality papers and a wide international participation. This ninth event will be co-located with the Cluster 2008 conference.
Grid 2008 topics of interest (in no particular order) include, but are not limited to:
Grid 2008 invites authors to submit original papers. Papers should be no more than 8 pages in length and be submitted as a PDF file. Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper. A separate conference proceedings will be published and will also be a part of the IEEE Xplore and the CS digital library.
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1 March 2008 Technical Paper Submission Open
18 April 2008 Technical Paper Submission Due
9 June 2008 Paper Acceptance Notifications
22 July 2008 Poster submissions Due
10 August 2008 Poster Acceptance Notifications
General Chair: Satoshi Sekiguchi (AIST, Japan)
Program Co-Chairs: Kento Aida (NII, Japan), Henri Casanova (University of Hawaii, USA)
Program Vice Chairs:
Daniel S. Katz (Louisiana State University, USA)
Ann Chervenak (Information Sciences Institute, USA)
Knowledge Management and Semantic Grid
Isao Kojima (AIST, Japan)
Marty Humphrey (University of Virginia, USA)
Scheduling/Resource Management/Runtime Environments Emmanuel Jeannot
David Abramson (Monash University, Australia)
Poster Chair: Susumu Date (University of Osaka, Japan)
Proceedings Chair:Sornthep Vannarat (NECTEC, Thailand)
International Relation Chair: Satoshi Matsuoka (Titech, Japan)
Local Arrangement Chair: Hidemoto Nakada (AIST, Japan)
Financial Chair: Katsuya Nishi (Beyond Computing, Japan)
Publicity Chair: Hisayasu Kuroda (University of Tokyo, Japan) Wolfgang Ziegler (Fraunhofer SCAI, Germany) Wilfled Li (UCSD, USA)
Yoshio Tanaka (AIST, Japan)
Conference Secretaries: Yuko Oshima (AIST,Japan) Mayumi Takita(ICS Convention Design Inc., Japan)
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