The International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing
The International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing (PDGC) will serve as an international forum for researchers and practitioners interested in advances in the areas of parallel, distributed and grid computing. It will provide an opportunity to present and exchange advanced scientific and technological information in hardware, software and theoretical foundation in these areas. The First International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing (PDGC-2010) was organized by Jaypee University of Information Technology, Waknaghat, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, India from 28th Oct 2010 to 30th Oct 2010. Noted keynote speakers, YALE PATT, CHRISTIAN SCHEIDELER, DIETMAR TUTSCH, RAJ KUMAR BUYYA addressed the first conference which was a great success. The proceedings of the conference were published in IEEE xplore( see link here).
The conference will be organized biennially. The second conference on Parallel, Distributed and Grid Computing (PDGC-2012) will be held in Dec 2012. The conference is technically sponsored by IEEE Delhi Section Computer Society Chapter and the proceedings will be published by reputed Journal and IEEE xplore.
PDGC-2010 received a total of 374 paper submission from 17 countries. Program committee members and reviewers from 18 countries contributed to the peer review process. Every paper was reviewed by a minimum of two program committee members and /or reviewers. PDGC-2010 finally selected 65 papers (an acceptance rate of 17.3% ) for inclusion in the conference proceedings these papers have been organized in to 12 technical sessions.
PDGC-2012 received a total of 606 Paper Submissions from 22 Countries. Technical Program Committee (TPC) Members and Reviewers from 25 Countries contributed to the peer review process. We finally selected 169 papers (an acceptance rate of 27.88%) for inclusion in the conference proceedings. All These papers have been organized into 22 oral technical sessions.
PDGC-2012 received papers from the following countries: India, Iran, Israel, P.R. China, USA, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland, Tunisia, Malaysia, UK, Senegal, Algeria, Denmark, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Poland, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, Korea, France, Lithuania and Canada.
Noted keynote speakers: IVAN STOJMENOVIC, PETER WIDMAYER, ASSAF SCHUSTER, NIKIL DUTT, ELIEZER DEKEL, SANJAY RANKA addressed the first conference which was a great success. The proceedings of the conference were published in IEEE xplore( see link here).
The topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
Distributed Systems: Distributed Algorithms, Distributed Databases, Heterogeneous Distributed Systems, Distributed Shared Memory Systems, Virtual Memory, Distributed Object-oriented Systems, AI in Distributed Systems, Real Time Distributed Systems.
Parallel Computer Systems: Parallel Algorithms, Algorithms Exploiting Clusters and General-Purpose Distributed and Parallel Systems, Hybrid & Embedded Parallel Systems, Memory Organization, Support for Parallel I/O, Multi/Many Core Systems, GPU and FPGA based Parallel Systems.
Networks and Interconnection Networks: Scalable Networks, Reconfigurable Networks, Routing Issues, General-Purpose Network Performance for Distributed Applications, Network Protocols, Internet Technology, Optical Interconnections and Computing, Novel Network Topologies.
Network-based Computing: Web Computing, Cluster Computing, Cloud Computing, Computational Grids, Data Grids, Semantic Grid, Mobile Agents, Distributed Web Services.
Dependable Computing and Systems: Fault-tolerance, Self-stabilization, Performance Prediction and Analysis, Simulation, Knowledge-based Program Development.
Cluster and Grid Computing: Collaboration Technologies, Communication and Networking Systems, Data Analysis and Management on Grids, Data Grids, Grid Computing Infrastructures, Middleware and Tools, Grid Computing Services, Grid Infrastructures for Data Analysis, Grid Standards as related to Applications.
Cloud Computing: Actor Model, Cluster Manager, Redundant Array of Inexpensive Servers, Utility computing, Virtual Private Cloud.
Multimedia and Service Networking: Multimedia Communications and Services, Real-time Networking, Performance Modeling, Networked Real-time Embedded Systems, Services on-Demand, Network Management, Multimedia Architectures and Protocols, Multimedia Applications, Quality of Service Support, Operating System and Networking Support, Internet Tools and Applications, Audio/Video Delivery over the Internet.
Peer-to-Peer Computing: Performance Modeling and Evaluation, Power-aware Computing, Real-Time and Multimedia Systems, Resource Management and Scheduling.
Security and Privacy: Security in Computational and Data Grids, Security in Distributed Environments, Configuration, Policy, Management Issues.
Petri Nets: Theory, Analysis, Tools and Applications.
Software Tools and Environments for Parallel and Distributed Platforms: Operating Systems, Compilers, Languages, Debuggers, Monitoring Tools, Software Engineering on Parallel/Distributed Systems.
Related Fields: Web-based Computing and Service-Oriented Architecture, Wireless and Mobile Computing, Algorithms Design and Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic, Biologically Inspired Computing, Systems Biology, Cyber-Physical Systems, Wireless Sensor Networks, Remote Sensing, Social Networks (Social Media), Human Computer Interaction, Graph Embedding, Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality, Nanotechnology in High Performance Computing.