[Beowulf] [hpc-announce] CFP: DISCS-2012 Workshop at SC'12 with Cluster Computing journal special issue

Chen, Yong yong.chen at ttu.edu
Thu Aug 23 08:21:20 PDT 2012

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                 CALL FOR PAPERS
          The International Workshop on
Data-Intensive Scalable Computing Systems (DISCS)

          November 16th, 2012, Salt Lake City
              In conjunction with the
 2012 ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference (SC'12)

                 Scope of the Workshop
High-performance computing (HPC) is a major strategic tool
for science, engineering, and industry. Existing HPC systems,
however, are largely designed and developed for computation-
intensive applications with a computing-centric paradigm. With
the emerging and timely needs of supporting data-intensive
scientific discovery and innovations, there is a need of
rethinking the system architectures, programming models, runtime
systems, and tools available for data-intensive HPC. The DISCS
workshop provides a forum for researchers and developers in the
high-performance computing, data-intensive computing, and
parallel computing fields to take the Big Data challenges
together and present innovative ideas, experiences, and latest
developments that help address these challenges.

                   Topics of Interest
The focus areas of the DISCS-2012 workshop include, but are not
limited to:
    -> HPC system architectures for supporting data intensive
         # Data-centric system architectures
         # I/O systems and architectures
         # System area networks
         # Power efficient systems for data intensive applications
    -> Programming models for supporting data intensive
         # Data-centric programming models
         # MPI extensions for data intensive applications
         # GAS/PGAS/OpenMP programming model extensions for data-
           intensive applications
         # New programming languages/methodologies for data-
           intensive HPC
    -> Runtime systems for supporting data intensive applications
         # Communication systems for supporting data intensive
         # Data compression and deduplication
         # Caching and prefetching
         # Data integrity and consistency
    -> Tools for supporting data intensive applications
         # Data analytic, tracing, and trace analysis tools
         # Data mining and knowledge discovery tools
         # Computational, mathematical and statistical techniques
           and tools
         # Data visualization techniques and tools

                      Important Dates
    -> Paper Submission: September 8th, 2012
    -> Author Notification: October 22nd, 2012
    -> Workshop Date: November 16th, 2012
    -> Camera-Ready Copy: December 7th, 2012

                   Submission Instructions
Submissions should be in PDF format in U.S. letter size paper,
and should be formatted according to the IEEE standard double-
column single-space format. They should not exceed 5 pages (all-
inclusive). Please access the IEEE site for the manuscript template.

Please visit the following site to make paper submissions:

All accepted papers will appear in the SC-2012 digital proceedings
in the IEEE digital library.

                   Journal Special Issue
DISCS-2012 workshop papers will be invited to extend the manuscripts
to be considered for a journal Special Issue on Data-Intensive High
Performance Computing of the Cluster Computing by Springer, edited
by Yong Chen and Xian-He Sun. The target journal special issue
submission deadline is Jan. 16th, 2013.

William D. Gropp, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Xian-He Sun, Illinois Institute of Technology
Rajeev Thakur, Argonne National Laboratory

Yong Chen, Texas Tech University
Xian-He Sun, Illinois Institute of Technology

Suren Byna, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Shane Canon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hui Jin, Oracle
Scott Klasky, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Quincey Koziol, HDF5 Group
Wei-keng Liao, Northwestern University
Jay Lofstead, Sandia National Laboratory
Carlos Maltzahn, University of California at Santa Cruz
Ioan Raicu, Illinois Institute of Technology
Philip C. Roth, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Weikuan Yu, Auburn University

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