[Beowulf] e-Science 2007 1st call for Posters and Research Demos

Daniel S. Katz d.katz at ieee.org
Wed May 30 03:28:41 PDT 2007

Call For Posters and Research Demos

The 3rd IEEE International Conference on e-Science and Grid Computing
(Bangalore, India, 10-13 December 2007, http://www.escience2007.org/),
intends to organize one session for the presentation of posters and a
limited number of research demonstration, with each poster or demo
focusing on an e-Science project that can be better communicated either
as a poster or demo than as a paper. We invite submissions of both
posters and research demonstrations.

In either case, an extended abstract should be submitted for a limited
peer review. Accepted abstracts will be posted on the e-Science 2007 web
site.  There will be one poster session, where poster authors will be
requested to remain near their posters for discussions with attendees.
There will also be one demo sessions, held concurrently with the poster
session, where the demos will be presented.

Topics of interest concerning e-Science and Grid computing include, but
not limited to, the following:

    *    Enabling Technologies: Internet and Web Services
    *    Collaborative Science Models and Techniques
    *    Service-Oriented Grid Architectures
    *    Problem Solving Environments
    *    Application Development Environments
    *    Programming Paradigms and Models
    *    Resource Management and Scheduling
    *    Grid Economy and Business Models
    *    Autonomic, Real-Time and Self-Organising Grids
    *    Virtual Instruments and Data Access Management
    *    Sensor Networks and Environmental Observatories in e-Science
    *    Security Challenges
    *    e-Science & Grid applications in Physics, Biology, Astronomy,
        Chemistry, Finance, Engineering, and the Humanities
    *    Web 2.0 Technology and Services for e-Science


Please, send proposals to present posters or research demonstrations to:

Daniel S. Katz
e-mail : d.katz at ieee.org

Proposals should contain:

    1.    An abstract of the work be presented, as an text file with
    less than 1000 words. The file should be named XXXXXXXX.txt, where
    XXXXXXXX is a set of 8 characters that contains some portion of the
    lead author's name and is unique from any other submission by the
    same lead author.

    2.    Up to two figures may also be supplied if there are referenced
    in the abstract text. Figures should be named XXXXXXXX_1.jpg or
    XXXXXXXX_2.png, etc, where XXXXXXXX is the same as in the text file,
    1 or 2 indicates the figure number, and the extension indicates the
    figure type. jpg, gif, and png are acceptable figure types.

Important Dates

Poster and Demo proposals due : September 23, 2007
Poster and Demo acceptance : October 14, 2007
Final versions of abstracts due : October 28, 2007

(final versions may require limited corrections/changes based on
reviewer comments, and will have additional formatting requirements for
the eScience 2007 website.)

Daniel S. Katz                              http://www.cct.lsu.edu/~dsk/
        Louisiana State University
(225) 578-2750 (voice)       (225) 578-5362 (fax)        d.katz at ieee.org

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