CFP - ICA3PP paper due date extended [Australia April 95] (Chuen Wen Chan)
Fri, 12 Aug 1994 04:25:35 GMT

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From: (Chuen Wen Chan)
Status: RO
Keywords: parallel algorithms architectures conference
Organization: University of Queensland
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Date: Fri, 12 Aug 1994 04:25:35 GMT

Please note that the paper due date has been extended from
15 Oct 94 to 15 Nov 95. The other details has not changed.
                          ^^ sorry about mistake in earlier post

First ICA^3PP-95

The First International Conference on Algorithms And Architectures for
Parallel Processing (ICA^3PP-95) will be held at the Mayfair Crest Hotel,
Brisbane, Australia, from the 19th to the 21st of April, 1995. The
conference will provide an international forum for discussion on issues in
the areas of parallel processing, distributed computing and high
performance systems to scientists, engineers, researchers and


The conference will include, but will not be limited to, the following

Vector computer architectures
Parallel and distributed computing systems
Transputer architectures and applications
Interconnection networks
Realtime computer systems
Architectures for vision, robotics, graphics
Optical computing
Chip sets and MCM technology
Computer networking and management
LAN, WAN and wireless network systems
Artificial neural networks
Theoretical frameworks for designing parallel systems
Fault tolerance issues
Design issues for parallel languages
Distributed operating systems
Distributed simulation
Parallel algorithms
Performance analysis and modelling
Distributed scheduling
Program debugging
Distributed software testing and reliability
Distributed database
Artificial intelligence
Correctness and quality assurance of parallel systems
Performance prediction, monitoring and evaluation
Parallel I/O systems
Parallel processing education
Industrial case studies (separate session)


IEEE Queensland Section
IEEE Australia Council
IEEE Computer Society (Qld)


IEEE Singapore
Institution of Engineers Australia (IEAust)
Inst. of Radio & Electronics Engineers Australia (IREE)
Australian Computer Society (ACS)
International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)
European Microprocessing Association (EUROMICRO)
The University of Queensland (UQ)

Several well-known international keynote speakers will also address the

The conference and tutorials qualify as a training program under the
Australian Training Guarantee Scheme.


Authors should submit four copies of their full paper or an extended
summary to the General Chair. Papers should not exceed 20 pages in length
(double spaced) including an abstract, all text, figures, tables and
references. The authors' names, affiliation, email address and telephone
and Fax numbers should be on the cover page. Papers will be reviewed
internationally and authors will be advised as per the dates given below.
Accepted papers must be presented at the conference with the presenting
author registering as a delegate in order for the papers to be included in
the proceedings.

Submissions may be sent by mail only to (email submissions will NOT be

The PA^3SE Research Laboratory
Department of Elect. and Computer Engineering
The University of Queensland
Qld, Australia, 4072

International Telephone: + 61 7 365 3573
International FAX: + 61 7 365 4999
Email: (for enquiries only)


Papers due on: 15 Nov 1994
Tutorial Proposals due on: 15 Nov 1994
Notification of Acceptance: 15 Jan 1995
Camera-ready papers due on: 15 Feb 1995
Registration due on: 15 Feb 1995


The Technical Program Committee cordially invites proposals for tutorials
relevant to the scope of the conference. Proposals should include details
of the author including mailing, Email and Fax addresses and research
record. Provide a detailed synopsis and outline of the tutorial to the
Tutorials Chair.


Proposals are also invited for special interest sessions relevant to the
theme of the conference. Submit detailed proposals to the Tutorials Chair.


    Prof.H.Adeli, Ohio State U, USA
    Prof.T.Ae, Hiroshima U, Japan
    Prof.Arvind, MIT, USA
    Prof.P.Bailes, U Qld, Australia
    Dr.N.Bergmann, CSIRO-Flinders U, Australia
    Prof.L.Bhuyan, Texas A&M U, USA
    Prof.L.Bic, U California, Irvine, USA
    Dr.P.Bonnin, Paris U, France
    Prof.A.Cantoni, Curtin U, Australia
    Dr.M.Cavenor, ADFA, Australia
    Dr.Y.S.Cheung, U of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Prof.S.Das, U of North Texas, USA
    Prof.T.Dillon, LaTrobe U, Australia
    Prof.T.Downs, U Qld, Australia
    Prof.G.Egan, Swinburne UT, Australia
    Prof.K.E.Forward, U Melbourne, Australia
    Dr.G.R.Gao, McGill U, Canada
    Prof.J.L.Gaudiot, USC, USA
    Prof.A.Goscinski, Deakin U, Australia
    Prof.G.Gupta, James Cook U, Australia
    Dr.T.Higuchi, Tohoku U, Japan
    Dr.G.Holmes, Waikato U, New Zealand
    Prof.P.Jalote, IIT, Kanpur, India
    Prof.G.R.Johnson, Colorado State U, USA
    Dr.J.M.Kumar, Curtin U, Australia
    Prof.H.T.Kung, Harvard U, USA
    Dr.R.Mall, IIT Karagpur, India
    Dr.M.Nelson, DSTO, Australia
    Prof.L.M.Patnaik, IISc, India
    Prof.E.Pissaloux, Inst Elect Fund, France
    Prof.R.Posch, Graz U of Tech, Austria
    Dr.R.D.Pose, Monash U, Australia
    Prof.C.V.Ramamoorthy, UC Berkeley, USA
    Prof.N.Scarabottolo, Poly di Milano, Italy
    Dr.M.J.Taylor, U of Liverpool, UK
    Prof.P.P.Wang, Duke U, USA
    Dr.N.Yung, U of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


  General Chair
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  General Vice-Chair
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  Technical Chair
      Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

  Technical Vice-Chair
      Univ. of New South Wales, Australia

  Tutorials Chair
      Faculty of Info. Tech.
      Griffith University at Nathan
      Brisbane, Australia 4111

  Publications Chair
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  Publicity Chair
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  European Liaison Chair
      IFCTR, Italy

  Local Organising Committee
      Mr.R.S.Tan, Mr.S.Ellis, Mr.M.J.Gallagher,
      Prof.M.Darveniza & Mr.R.Prandolini
      IEEE Queensland Section

      Mr.S.Slomka & Mr.S.Kho
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  Technical Liaison Officer
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  Awards & Exhibits
      The University of Queensland, Australia

  Sponsorship, Travel & Accommodation
      Mr.A.Symons & Mr.K.Sterzl
      The University of Queensland, Australia


A number of half a day and full day tours can be arranged with the Brisbane
Tourism Office to visit Gold coast, Sunshine coast, various islands and
national parks and other world famous attractions such as Sea World, Dream
World and Movie World. In addition, a number of two and three day trips can
be arranged to see the Great Barrier Reef and other attractions.


The conference will be held in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, the
"Sunshine State". Brisbane is centred on many diverse areas of attraction
with direct access to the sub-tropical islands, Gold Coast and Sunshine
Coast. Lush rain forests and national parks await in the hinterland close
to the city. Other attractions include Sea World, Movie World and a number
of wildlife sanctuaries where the koala and kangaroo can be seen in their
natural habitat. The conference will be held at the Mayfair Crest, a five
star hotel overlooking picturesque King George Square.

The proceedings of the conference will be catalogued under the Library of
Congress system and will be available from the IEEE Press.

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