Call for Student Research Posters
HPDC and SIGMETRICS encourage to submit poster proposals
aimed at showcasing the "work-in-progress" of students attending the two conferences. The goal of the poster session is to present students' research, provide an opportunity for informal discussion and facilitate interaction between members of the two communities. Posters will be presented on the evening of Wednesday, June 8th.
The primary author(s) of the poster must be a student. Posters will be
reviewed by members of the HPDC and SIGMETRICS organization
committees. At the event, posters must be presented by a student.
Authors of accepted papers must not submit a poster of the work they
present in the conference or affiliated workshops.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Applications of parallel, distributed, and cloud computing
Resource management, scheduling and load-balancing
Performance modeling, simulation, measurement and prediction
Network architectures, topology and routing, wireless networks
Systems, networks, and architectures for high end computing
Energy efficient computing systems
Data intensive computing
I/O, file systems, and data management
Parallel and multicore issues and opportunities
Virtualization of machines, networks, and storage
Sensor networks, mobile devices, real-time systems
Social networks, Internet servers, multimedia systems, web services
Both analytical and empirical studies are encouraged to be submitted to the student poster session.
Student authors are asked to submit 2 pages abstracts in standard ACM format
(for templates, see http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates)
before the deadline below. All submissions should be in PDF format. Please submit
your abstract at https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/HPDC_SIG2011
The accepted abstracts will appear in a special issue of ACM Performance
Evaluation Review (PER).
Submission deadline April 29, 2011
Acceptance notifications May 9, 2011
Student Poster Session Chairs
Giuliano Casale, Imperial College London
Ioan Raicu, Illinois Institute of Technology & Argonne National Laboratory
Student Poster Session Program Committee
Augustin Chaintreau, Columbia University
Abhishek Chandra, University of Minnesota
Alex Iosup - EWI, Delft University
Keith Jackson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Manish Parashar, Rutgers University
Y. C. Tay, National University of Singapore