HPDC 2024: Special Track on EU Research Projects (Call for Work-in-Progress Papers)

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Special Track on EU Projects
Call for Work-in-Progress Papers
In conjunction with the HPDC 2024 conference
Date: 3-7 June 2024
Location: Pisa, Italy
Web: https://www.hpdc.org/2024/calls-eu.html
Sponsored by SIGARCH
In-cooperation with SIGHPC

The research community works fervently to address the needs of novel applications by pushing the boundaries in the field of distributed and high-performance computing. Ongoing projects are pooling resources, and setting ambitious goals in that direction. This Special Track aims to solicit the ongoing works of European research projects in all fields related to distributed computing and its applications. The goal is to enable the community to establish a checkpoint on their research progress and foster the creative development of their work through the exchange of ideas among them. The Special Track format is particularly tailored to Horizon Europe research projects and the objective is to provide a platform to foster collaboration between those projects that share research interests but also cultural and organizational properties.

Indicative topics
- Cloud-Edge Continuum
- Convergence of Cloud-Edge and HPC Infrastructures
- Novel Programming Models and Architectures for Cloud-Edge Continuum and HPC
- Efficient Serverless Computing and FaaS
- Federated and Distributed AI
- AI for Resource Management
- AI for Resource Orchestration
- Energy-Efficient Resource Orchestration
- Hyper-Distributed Applications
- Self-Adaptive Computing Systems
- Software Systems for Blockchains
- RISC-V Based Cloud/Edge Services
- Energy-Aware Software Stack for Exascale and Post-Exascale Supercomputers
- Metrics to Measure the Efficiency of Supercomputers
- Fault Prediction Mechanisms and Tools
- Resilient Software for Multiple Processing Architectures
- Co-Scheduling of Workloads Sharing Heterogeneous Resources

* Submission Guidelines

Interested parties are invited to submit their paper of maximum 4 pages in PDF format, including references. Papers should be formatted in the ACM Proceedings Style (double-column format). Papers will be officially published in the ACM portal as work-in-progress papers.

* Submission site


* Important Dates

- Submissions due: March 15, 2024
- Acceptance notifications: March 29, 2024
- Camera-Ready version: April 18, 2024
- Conference dates: June 3-7, 2024

* Eu-Projects Track Chairs
- Ana Juan Ferrer, European Commission, Belgium
- Konstantinos Tserpes, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Alberto Ottimo
PhD Student
Department of Computer Science
University of Pisa, Italy
E-mail: alberto.ottimo@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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