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IEEE eScience 2008 Call for Participation

Organizing committees of the 4th International IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Scalable Computing eScience 2008 Conference are now accepting papers and proposals for tutorials; posters, exhibits, and demos; and workshops and special sessions.

The conference is being held in partnership with the Microsoft Research eScience Workshop and is hosted by Indiana University.
Conference Dates: December 7-12, 2008

Conference Location: University Place Conference Center, Indiana University/Purdue University(IUPUI) Campus, Indianapolis, Indiana

Submission Deadlines:

  • Papers & Tutorials: July 20, 2008
  • Posters, Exhibits, and Demos: September 14, 2008
  • Workshops and Special Sessions: June 20, 2008

For submission guidelines and more information visit the conference Web
site: http://​escience2008​.iu​.edu.

Topics of interest cover applications and technologies related to e-Science and grid and cloud computing. They include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Application development environments
  • Autonomic, real-time, and self-organizing grids
  • Cloud computing and storage
  • Collaborative science models and techniques
  • Enabling technologies: Internet and Web services
  • e-Science for applications including physics, biology, astronomy, chemistry, finance, engineering, and the humanities
  • Grid economy and business models
  • Problem-solving environments
  • Programming paradigms and models
  • Resource management and scheduling
  • Security challenges for grids and e-Science
  • Sensor networks and environmental observatories
  • Service-oriented grid architectures
  • Virtual instruments and data access management
  • Virtualization for technical computing
  • Web 2.0 technology and services for e-Science