|CCL 07.05.14 7th IEEE Int Symp on Cluster Computing on the Grid CCGrid 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil|
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Subject: 07.05.14 7th IEEE Int Symp on Cluster Computing on the Grid CCGrid 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Seventh IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid CCGrid 2007 Rio de Janeiro - Brazil / May 14-17, 2007 http://ccgrid07.lncc.br/ CCGrid 2007 is the seventh in a series of successful international symposia and for the first time will take place in South America in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Please notice that a visa is required for some travelers to Brazil, including U.S. and Canadian citizens. More information about visas and passport here.) Grid Computing started as a generalization of Cluster Computing, promising to deliver unprecedent levels of parallelism to high-performance applications by crossing administrative boundaries. Subsequently, this vision evolved to support on-demand access and composition of any computational service, provided by multiple independent sources. Under this new vision, Clusters gained renewed importance as the "super-servers" of the emerging Grid infrastructure. Meanwhile, the use of computational and data resources in high-performance applications, undertaken over Grid infrastructure, have started to now become a reality. Today we face the huge challenge of making on-demand access to any computational service, the "computing as service" vision, a wide-spread reality. The CCGrid Symposia have been part of this journey, bringing together researchers and practitioners and enabling them to share their insight, results, and experience in the multi-faceted areas of Grid and Cluster computing. The areas of interest in CCGrid 2007 include, but are not limited to, the following: Grid Economies and Service Architectures Grid Architectures and Systems Utility Computing Models for Clusters and Grids Middleware for Clusters and Grids Programming Models, Tools, and Environments Resource Management Performance Evaluation and Modeling Peer-to-Peer Systems Grid-based Problem Solving Environments Grid Trust and Security Service Composition and Orchestration Community networks Community and collaborative computing networks Scheduling and Load Balancing Scientific, Engineering, and Commercial Applications Parallel and Wide-Area File Systems Support for Self-Managing/Self-Configuring Grid Infrastructure Selected papers will be invited to a Special Issue of Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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