CFP ACM 2000 Java Grande Conference (Michael Philippsen)
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From: (Michael Philippsen)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 20 Dec 1999 23:33:46 -0500
Organization: IPD, University of Karlsruhe, FRG
Keywords: conference, Java, CFP

                                        CALL FOR PAPERS

                      ACM 2000 Java Grande Conference

(NOTICE: Due to NSF ITR proposal deadline the due dates for JG2000
  have been changed. See below.)

                              Sponsored by ACM SIGPLAN

              San Francisco, California, June 3-4, 2000


The Java Grande Conference focuses on the use of Java in the broad
area of high-performance computing; including engineering and
scientific applications, simulations, data-intensive applications, and
other emerging application areas that exploit parallel and distributed
computing or combine communication and computing. A day of tutorials
will be held on the day following the conference. The conference
precedes the JavaOne 2000 conference, which would enable the Java
Grande attendees to expose themselves to the latest in basic Java

Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that demonstrate timely results,
technologies, or experiences that are most likely to have impact on the
use of Java in high performance computing systems.

Topics of interest include but are not restricted to:

          Java use for scientific and engineering applications
          Java frameworks and libraries for high-performance computing
          Implementation techniques for Java on high-performance systems
          Java numerics and Java extensions for high-performance computing
          Java compilation and optimization for high-performance computing
          Java development tools and environments for high-performance computing
          Java performance and benchmarking


Papers should report new research and should not exceed 5000 words
(approximately 10 pages typeset on 16 point spacing, or 15 typewritten
double-spaced pages). The program committee will review each submission
and select papers based on originality, timeliness, relevance, and
clarity. All accepted papers will be presented at the conference, and
published in the conference proceedings.

Electronic submission is strongly encouraged. Please e-mail a Postscript
or PDF copy of your submission to or send 15 hard copies
to the program chair. Submissions must be received by January 17, 2000.
Authors will be notified by Feb 25, 2000.

Authors of accepted papers will be expected to sign a copyright release form.
Proceedings will be distributed at the conference and will
subsequently be available from ACM. Papers published in proceedings are
eligible for subsequent publication in refereed ACM journals at the
discretion of the editor of the particular journal. Papers describing
essentially the same work must not have been published elsewhere or be
simultaneously under consideration for publication elsewhere.

People interested in contributing a tutorial (.5 or 1 day) should contact
the program chair by Jan 31, 2000. The tutorials will be held on June 5,


Papers due: Jan 17, 2000.
Tutorial Proposals due: Jan 31, 2000.
Acceptance notice: Feb. 25, 2000
Final Papers due: March 24, 2000


Dennis Gannon
Department of Computer Science
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47401
NAS Division
NASA Ames Research Center
MS 258-5
Moffet Field, CA 94035
Phone: (650) 604 1934


Piyush Mehrotra
MS 132C
3 West Reid Street - Building 1152
NASA Langley Research Center
Hampton, VA 23681
Phone: (757)-864-2188
Fax: (757)-864-6134


          Henri Bal, Vrije University
          Sandra Baylor, IBM
          Aart Bik, Intel Corporation
          Siddartha Chatterjee, University of North Carolina
          Ken Kennedy, Rice University
          Scott Kohn, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
          Arvind Krishnamurthy, Yale University
          Timothy Lindohm, Sun Microsystems
          Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology
          Roldan Pozo, NIST
          Vivek Sarkar, IBM
          Suresh Srinivas, SGI
          Vaidy Sunderam, Emory University
          Gregor von Laszewzki, Argonne National Laboratory
          Martin Westhead, EPCC
          Kathy Yelick, University of California at Berkeley


Michael Philippsen
Computer Science Department
University of Karlsruhe
Am Fasanengarten 5
76128 Karlsruhe Germany
Phone: 49-721-608-4067
Fax: 49-721-608-7343

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