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Announcement - HPDC 2007 seeks “Hot Topics”

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The Sixteenth IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Distributed Computing is searching for “Hot Topics.” This symposium is a forum for the latest findings on the design and use of parallel and distributed systems for high end computing, collaboration and data analysis.

A special segment of the program, the “Hot Topics” session, is devoted to emerging, exciting ideas that might not be ready for publication in the traditional technical track. This session seeks work-in-progress reports and ideas that are promising but speculative.

Submissions are welcomed in aspects of high-performance distributed computing, grids, and global computing ensembles. Submissions will be peer-reviewed based on originality and potential impact.

Submissions should not exceed two pages, excluding bibliography, and should be sent as a PDF attachment to Notification of acceptance will be sent on June 1.

For more information visit the HPDC Web site.


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