call for submissions
2005 Call for Papers, Tutorials, and Technical Presentations
The 6th International Conference on Linux Clusters: The HPC Revolution 2005 is organized by the Linux Clusters Institute (LCI) for users and administrators of clusters for high-performance computing.
The HPC Revolution 2004 is the premier international forum to share information on management, administration, and scientific computing techniques on Linux-based systems for high-performance computing. The conference will feature speakers from academia, research labs, and industry involved in cluster-based high-performance computing. These speakers will address efforts to integrate and develop science and engineering applications for Linux-based HPC systems in order to achieve maximum performance and scalability.
The conference program committee is soliciting novel papers, practical tutorials, and insightful technical presentations on a broad range of topics related to systems integration, operation and support, end-user applications, tools, and experiences.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:
Key Dates and Information
January 16, 2005
January 24, 2005
|January 28, 2005|
|Notification Date||February 7, 2005||February 15, 2005||February 15, 2005|
|Final Material Deadline||March 4, 2005||April 1, 2005||April 1, 2005|
|Submission Instructions||You are invited to submit novel papers for consideration by the Program Committee. It is expected that papers will fall into one of two paper tracks: Applications and Tools, and Systems. Proposed papers will be selected on the basis of an extended abstract of 5 to 8 pages. Paper abstract submissions must be accompanied by the required information listed below and must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in plain text, PDF, or Microsoft Word format.||You are invited
to submit tutorial proposals for consideration
by the Program Committee. Tutorials can come
from a variety of areas but should provide practical
information and/or training for the HPC cluster
and the MPP community. Those interested in submitting
tutorials for consideration should prepare a
2- to 3-page description. Tutorial proposals
containing the information listed below must
be submitted via
e-mail to email@example.com in plain text, PDF, or Microsoft Word format.
|You are invited to submit abstracts proposing presentations on interesting technical presentations for consideration by the Program Committee. Technical presentations can come from a variety of areas and will be grouped by similar subject matter in the conference program. Those interested in submitting technical presentations for consideration should prepare a 2- to 3-page abstract. Technical presentation abstract submissions must be accompanied by the required information listed below and must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in plain text, PDF, or Microsoft Word format.|
|Required Accompanying Information||
(Applications or Systems)
Half-day or full-day