Over the email transom this week comes news from CLADE 2010 about their call for papers. CLADE is held in conjunction with HPDC-2010 on 22 June this year, in Chicago, IL.
There is an ongoing set of unsolved large-scale problems, requiring novel, large-scale, distributed applications that need to use advanced distributed cyberinfrastructure. This workshop focuses on the complex issues, such as adapting to heterogeneity and being dynamic in space and time, that arise in developing, deploying, and executing large-scale distributed computing applications in science, engineering, medicine, business, economics, education, and other disciplines. This includes recent results on large scale and/or innovative applications that effectively use distributed heterogeneous and dynamic computing environments.
Topics of interest include:
- Large-scale distributed applications, both computation- and data-centric
- Application-specific portals in distributed environments
- Distributed problem-solving environments
- Distributed, collaborative science applications
- Large, distributed data analysis
And many, many others; submissions are due 1 March. See the web site for more topic ideas and dates.