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Keywords: CFP, parallel
Organization: NCSU Project Eos
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1993 15:10:07 GMT

                       -23rd Annual Conference-
     1994 International Conference on Parallel Processing
                                                              August 15-19, 1994
The Pennsylvania State University

Authors are invited to submit papers describing recent advances on all aspect
of parallel/distributed processing. These may include parallel/distributed
logic circuits, impact of VLSI to parallel processor architecture; various
concurrent-, parallel-, pipeline-, or multiple-processor architectures;
processor-memory interconnections; computer networks; distributed databases;
reliability and fault tolerance; modeling and simulation techniques;
performance measurements; operating systems; languages; compilers; algorithms;
or various application studies.

The deadline for submitting papers is January 10,1994.

Submit five (5) copies each of a 100-word abstract and the full text
(including five specific key words) to one of the following Technical Program
Co-Chairs according to their areas of responsibility:

Algorithms & Applications papers to:
Jagdish Chandra (Off.) (919) 549-4254
Math. & Computer Sci. Div. (Fax.) (919) 549-4288
U.S. Army Research Office
P.O. Box 12211
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2211 USA

Software-Oriented papers to:
K.C. Tai (off.) (919) 515-7146
Dept. of Computer Science (Fax.) (919) 515-7896
Box 8206, 226 Withers Hall
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-8206 USA

Hardware-Oriented and Other papers to:
Dharma P. Agrawal (off.) (919) 515-3984
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engr. (Fax.) (919) 515-5523
Box 7911, 232 Daniels Hall
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7911 USA

Dharma P. Agrawal(Chair) North Carolina State University
Laxmi N. Bhuyan Texas A&M University
Tony Chan University of California at Los Angeles
Jagdish Chandra(Co-Chair) U.S. Army Research Office
Hank Dietz Purdue University
Stanley Eisenstat Yale University
Basilas Gidas Brown University
Wolfgang K. Giloi Inst. for Comp. Arch. & Software Tech.
Kai Hwang University of Southern California
Vipin Kumar University of Minnesota
Ted Lewis Naval Postgraduate School
Lionel Ni Michigan State University
Gary Nutt University of Colorado
Yale N. Patt University of Michigan
Daniel A. Reed University of Illinois
Joel Saltz University of Maryland
H. J. Siegel Purdue University
K. C. Tai(Co-Chair) North Carolina State University
Mario Tokaro Kieo University
Paul Wang Kent State University

Please limit the length of your paper to about 20 double-spaced typing pages,
and include tour office and/or home phone numbers as well as your electronic
mail address (if available). Authors who wish to keep their names from
reviewers should make their desires explicit when submitting their papers.
Submitted papers will be acknowledged promptly.

Selected papers are published as regular or concise papers. Authors will be
notified of acceptance by March 20, 1994. Due to the large number of papers
we receive every year, authors are expected to help in reviewing papers for
the conference.

Please note the deadline for submitting papers is January 10, 1994.

The regular papers and the summaries of the concise papers will be published
in the conference proceedings. Special sheets for the preparation of accepted
papers for the proceedings will be sent to each author.

The conference will give the Daniel L. Slotnick Award for Most Original Paper.
In addition, a small number of awards may be given for Outstanding Papers.

The conference is tentatively scheduled at the Pheasant Run Resort in St.
Charles, Illinois. Pheasant Run is only 45 minutes from Chicago's loop and 25
miles from O'Hare International Airport.

The Resort is located in DuPage County, Illinois, and is situated on 300 acres
in the beautiful Fox River Valley near St. Charles, Illinois.
The 500 newly renovated rooms are homely and gracious with scenic views of a
small lake or a beautiful golf course. On a clear day the Chicago sky line is
visible from the upper levels of its sleek 15 story Tower.
Special entertainment is available nightly.

There is transportation available through the Hotel Transportation Department
between Pheasant Run and O'Hare International Airport (or Midway Airport).

Informal, open bar gatherings will be held nightly for the conference

A conference brochure with pre-registration form and advance technical
program will be prepared and mailed in May/June 1994.

Tutorials relating to parallel and distributed systems will be offered.

Interested tutorial speakers are encouraged to submit full-day or half-day
tutorial proposals by March 1, 1994. The proposal should include a complete
set of viewgraphs. please send :

Tutorial proposals to :
Mike Liu Phone : (614) 292-6552
Dept. of Computer & Information Science Fax : (614) 292-2911
2036 Neil Avenue E-mail :
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43210-1277

Call for Papers

If you wish to receive announcements from the international Conference on
Parallel Processing, please fill out the form to the right and mail it to :

T. Feng
The Pennsylvania State University
220 Pond Lab.
University Park, PA 16802-6106

Please type or print clearly :

Name : _______________________________________________________
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