CFP: The 2007 International Conference on Communications in Computing: CIC 2007

Discussion in 'Numerical Analysis' started by dauriol, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. dauriol

    dauriol Guest

    Dear all. I believe this conference is appropriate for this
    community, especially for those whose research crosses communications
    with systems or other computational domains. As Chair, I encourage
    synergy from collaborative research areas. Apologies for cross- or
    multiple postings.

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    Call for Papers


    The 2007 International Conference on Communications in Computing: CIC
    2007
    http://www.cs.utep.edu/cic


    Monte Carlo Resort hotel, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
    June 25 - 28, 2007


    Submission Date: Feb. 20, 2007


    Conference Scope


    The International Conference on Communications in Computing (CIC)
    focuses on the communication requirements directly induced or
    required
    by computing systems. An essential element of modern day distributed
    and high performance computing systems is the trade-off in the amount
    of computation versus the amount of communication performed. Certain
    applications are inherently communication-intensive. In others,
    communication steps may be replaceable with local computations and
    vice versa. At the same time, systems resources may support large
    communication requirements. In other systems, physical or power
    constraints may limit the communication support. This conference
    provides a venue for scholarly publication that explores issues
    relating to the combined effects of communications and computations
    in
    the context of modern computing systems. CIC 2007 is part of The 2007
    World Congress in Computer Science Computer Engineering, and Applied
    Computing (WORLDCOMP'07).


    Following the recent broadening of the field of parallel and
    distributed computing, CIC covers all current research endeavors in
    this field. Submissions are also encouraged from researchers in other
    areas of computing and from related areas in physics, computer
    engineering or other areas of study whose work supports the focus of
    this conference.


    Important Dates


    Feb. 20, 2007: Draft papers (7 IEEE style two-column pages) due
    March 20, 2007: Notification of acceptance
    April 20, 2007: Camera-Ready papers & Registration due
    June 25 - 28, 2007: Conference


    Suggested Topics


    All submissions should relate to the dual computation and
    communication focus of the conference. Submissions are organized into
    one of two tracks with each track emphasizing either the
    computational
    or communication nature of the work.


    Networking and Communications Track
    - Communication Networks for computing
    - Communication Protocols for computing
    - mobile systems
    - wireless and optical networks
    - wireless sensor networks
    - Computing network management
    - Internet, Web-based Computing, E-commerce, and Telecommunications
    in applications
    - Network security in distributed applications
    - Ubiquitous systems


    Parallel and Distributed Systems Track
    - Communications in High Performance Computing
    - Parallel & Distributed Algorithms
    - Communications in New Computational Paradigms (e.g. optical-,
    nano-, bio-computing)
    - Parallel, Distributed, Grid, Peer-to-Peer and Cluster-based
    Computing
    - Interconnection Networks
    - Computation and Communication Performance Models
    - Modeling and Simulation of High Performance Systems
    - Scalable and Interoperable Systems and Associated Standards
    - Software Systems (e.g. operating system support, middleware,
    tools)
    - Reliability and Fault Tolerance inEmbedded and Real Time Systems


    See http://www.cs.utep.edu/cic for details and updates.
     
    dauriol, Feb 14, 2007
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