DSD Staff to Figure Prominently at HPDC 14
May 1, 2005
When the Fourteenth IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Distributed Computing convenes in July, Berkeley Lab’s Distributed Systems Department (DSD) will have a strong presence.
Not only are two of the papers and one of the posters from LBNL, but Deb Agarwal and Mary Thompson are also members of the program committee. Co-sponsored by IEEE and ACM, HPDC-14 will be held July 24-27 in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
The 14th annual meeting of the High Performance Distributed Computing conference series provides a forum for presenting the latest research findings on the design and use of parallel and distributed systems for high end computing, collaboration, data analysis and other innovative applications.
Here is a look at the program components contributed by DSD staff: “State and Events for Web Services: A Comparison of Five WS-Resource Framework and WS-Notification Implementations,” paper by Marty Humphrey, Glenn Wasson, Keith Jackson, Joshua Boverhof, Matt Rodriguez. “Simplifying FusionGrid Security,” paper by Justin Burruss, Thomas Fredian and Mary Thompson.
“Techniques for Tuning Workflows in Cluster Environments,” poster by Brian Tierney and Daniel Gunter.
More information about the conference can be found at <http://www.caip.rutgers.edu/hpdc2005/>.
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