Call for Workshops

IEEE’s Grid conference series is an annual international meeting that brings together a community of researchers, developers, practitioners, and users involved with Grid technology. IEEE Grid 2010 will be held The event will take place in conjunction with OGF30 between 25-29 October 2010 in Brussels, Belgium.

CALL FOR WORKSHOPS

Call for workshops has now closed


The Grid 2010 Organizing Committee invites proposals for workshops to be held with the Grid 2010 conference. Grid 2010 Workshops provide a forum for discussion among researchers and practitioners of areas of special interest within Grid 2010. Within this scope, several types of workshop organizations are encouraged. Workshops may be organized by invitation or via an open call for participation. Organizers may invite participants to give talks, or to submit papers with a peer-review process. We plan to publish workshop proceedings (for peer-reviewed workshops) with the main conference (under negotiation with ACM/IEEE).

Workshop organizers are expected to be active in the field where they propose a workshop. To foster interaction, the workshops are full-day events limited to 30-50 participants.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Architectures and Middleware
  • Security
  • Service-Orientation
  • Grids and Cloud Computing
  • Applications and Experiences
  • Green-IT
  • Resource Management
  • Interoperability
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Data Management

Workshop Submissions:


Please contact the Grid 2010 Workshop Chair Ramin Yahyapour to
propose a workshop or to discuss ideas by email:
ramin.yahyapour@udo.edu

A formal workshop proposal should be at most two pages (plain ASCII text or PDF) and include the following information:

  • Name of the workshop
  • Theme of the workshop and topics of interest, and how these relate to the overall conference
  • Information about previous offering(s) of the workshop, if applicable: attendance, number of papers submitted, number of papers accepted
  • Names, affiliations, and research interest of the workshop organizers
  • What is the expected attendance of the workshop?
  • How do you plan to attract submissions and/or participants?
  • How do you plan to organize the workshop? Provide an estimate time line for the major milestones (such as selection of a programme committee; call for papers (online and mailing lists); paper submission deadline; paper notification deadline; call for participation).

Workshop Proposals Deadline:                      May 3, 2010
Notification:                         within 2 weeks after submission

  • Keynote Speakers

    Mr. Satoshi Sekiguchi, AIST, Japan
    “Grids to Clouds – Common Evolution or yet another Jalapagos?”

    Prof. Ignacio M. Llorente, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
    “OpenNebula: Leading Innovation in Cloud Computing Management”

    Dan Reed, Microsoft
    “Technical Clouds: Seeding Discovery”

    Dr. Shantenu Jha, Louisiana State University, USA
    A Fresh Perspective on Distributed Scientific Applications and Cyberinfrastructure

  • Important Dates

    Feb. 1, 2010 - Technical Paper Submission Open
    May. 12, 2010 - Technical Paper Submission Due - deadline extended!
    May. 3, 2010 - Workshop Submissions Due
    Jul. 1, 2010 - Paper Acceptance Notifications
    Aug. 13, 2010 - Full Papers Due - deadline extended!
    Sep. 12, 2010 - Poster Submissions Due
    Sep. 25, 2010 - Poster Acceptance Notifications
    Oct 25-28, 2010 - Grid 2010, Brussels, Belgium