Visit to Pompei
There is a possibility to organize a visit to Pompei on May 8th.
If you are interested, please send an email to the Local Chair
(c.dinapoli AT ais DOT cib DOT na DOT cnr DOT it) by April 7th stating
the number of people who would attend the event.
More information will be sent to the interested people
by April 15th.
Call for Participation - Computing Frontiers 2008 (pdf)(doc)
Conference Reservation: (pdf)(doc)
Hotel Reservation: (pdf)(doc)
Transportation Reservation (Naples to hotel in Ischia): (pdf)(doc)
(Submit via fax by April 18th)
The increasing needs of present and future computation-intensive applications have stimulated research in new and innovative approaches to the design and implementation of high-performance computing systems. These boundaries between state of the art and innovation constitute the computing frontiers that must be pushed forward to provide the computational support required for the advancement of all science domains and applications. This conference focuses on a wide spectrum of advanced technologies and radically new solutions; it is designed to foster communication among many scientific and technological disciplines.
Authors are invited to submit papers on all areas of innovative computing systems that extend the current frontiers of computer science and engineering and that will provide advanced systems for current and future applications.
Papers are sought on theory, methodologies, technologies, and implementations concerned with innovations in computing paradigms, computational models, architectural paradigms, computer architectures, development environments, compilers, and operating environments. Papers should be submitted to one of the following areas:
- Non-conventional computing
- Next-generation high performance computing
- Virtualization and virtual machines
- Grid computing
- Compilers and operating systems
- Workload characterization of emerging applications
- Service oriented architecture (SOA) and system impact
- SOC architectures, embedded architectures and special purpose architectures
- Temperature, energy, and complexity-aware designs
- System management and security
- Quantum computing
- Computational biology
- Reconfigurable computing
- Autonomic and organic computing
- Computation intelligence frontiers: theory and industrial applications
- Fault tolerance and Reliability