CFP: 2nd IEEE ICA3PP (Kiong Beng Kee)
Mon, 24 Jul 1995 02:29:30 GMT

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From: (Kiong Beng Kee)
Keywords: parallel, conference, CFP
Organization: National University of Singapore
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 1995 02:29:30 GMT



IEEE Second International Conference on
Algorithms and Architectures for
Parallel Processing


June 11-13, 1996


The successful inaugural ICA3PP event was held in Brisbane,
Australia, in April 1995. The second conference is being
organised by IEEE Singapore in collaboration with the
Department of Information Systems & Computer Science,
National University of Singapore.


ICA3PP aims to establish itself as a high-quality
international forum for discussion in the areas of parallel
processing, distributed computing, and other related
high-performance topics. It will therefore be of interest to
scientists, researchers, engineers, and practitioners.
Typical, but not exclusive topics of interest are:

- parallel architectures and systems
- parallel algorithms
- parallel programming languages
- parallel programming environments and debugging
- distributed operating systems
- resource management
- scheduling and workload management
- performance evaluation
- parallel I/O systems and interconnection networks
- theoretical frameworks for designing parallel systems
                - applications and tools

The scientific program will include a number of invited
talks in addition to the presentations of the accepted
papers. The ICA3PP-96 proceedings will be published by
IEEE Press.


Prospective authors are invited to send *five* copies of
their full papers to the following address:

Benjamin Lian, ICA3PP-96
Dept of Information Systems & Computer Science
National University of Singapore
Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore 0511
Republic of Singapore

Papers must describe original, previously unpublished
research, be written and presented in English, and not
exceed 20 pages (A4 or letter format, 12 point type), and
not be simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere.
The cover page should include the title of the paper, full
names of the authors, affiliations, a short abstract,
keywords, a return mailing address, an electronic mail
address (if possible), and telephone and telefax numbers.
All papers will be reviewed internationally, so the body
of the paper must not contain references to the authors.

Proposals for tutorials (full and half-day) and special
sessions are also solicited. Your proposal should include
the lecture outline, assumed background of audience, and
vitae of presenters. Tutorials will be held on the day
before the conference, June 10, 1996.


Additional information will be made available through
our WWW server at You may
also send email to:

or send mail or telefax to:

Mrs Veronica Ho
Dept of Information Systems & Computer Science
National University of Singapore
Lower Kent Ridge Road
Singapore 0511
Republic of Singapore

Tel: +65 772-2730
Fax: +65 779-4580


Submission of papers: November 30, 1995
Tutorial proposals: December 15, 1995
Notification of acceptance: March 15, 1996
Camera-ready manuscripts: April 15, 1996


                General Co-Chairs: C. T. Chong (National U of S'pore)
                                                          H. T. Thio (National U of S'pore)

Program Co-Chairs: K. Hwang (U of Southern California, USA)
B. Lian (Silicon Graphics, Singapore)

Tutorials: W. F. Wong (National U of S'pore)

Publications & : D. Kiong (National U of S'pore)

Local Arrangements: B. C. Ooi (National U of S'pore)

Treasurer: M. Feng (National U of S'pore)

                Secretary: V. Ho (National U of S'pore)

                PROGRAM COMMITTEE

                H. Adeli (Ohio State U, USA)
                M. Amamiya (Kyushu U, Japan)
A. L. Ananda (National U of S'pore, Singapore)
                R. Ayani (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
                W. Cai (Nanyang Tech U, Singapore)
                W. T. Chen (National Tsinghua U, Taiwan ROC)
                M. N. Chong (Nanyang Tech U, Singapore)
                A. Field (Imperial College, UK)
                A. Goscinski (Deakin U, Australia)
G. Hellestrand (U of New South Wales, Australia)
                M. Herlihy (Brown U, USA)
                C. C. Ko (National U of S'pore, Singapore)
                G. Li (NCIC, China)
                L. Xie (Nanjing U, China)
                H. Nakamura (U of Tsukuba, Japan)
V. Narayanan (ITI, Singapore)
                L. M. Patnaik (IISc, India)
R. Raghu (ISS, Singapore)
                M. Sato (ETL, Japan)
                N. Scarobottolo (Poly di Milano, Italy)
                G. Sechi (IFCTR, Italy)
                J. Song (NSRC,Singapore)
                B. Srinivasan (Monash U, Australia)
Y. M. Teo (National U of S'pore, Singapore)
                S. Tomita (U of Kyoto, Japan)
                K. Waldschmidt (Johan Wolfgang Goethe U, Germany)
D. Wang (Tsinghua U, China)
                A. Wendelborn (U of Adelaide, Australia)
                X. Yang (Academica Sinica, China)


Singapore is an island-nation situated at the southern tip of the
Malaysian peninsular. It is one of the most important crossroads of
the world, and is truly a place where East and West meet, where
Chinese, Indians, Malays, and a mixture of other races live
harmoniously together. Their long-established cultures form a unique
backdrop to a clean and modern garden city.

English is the common business language and is spoken island-wide.
There is a wide variety of beautifully appointed yet reasonably-priced
hotels offering impeccable standards of Asian service and hospitality.
And few places in the world can offer such a range of delights for the
palate, with gourmet cuisine from over 30 countries available to the
discerning gourmand.

Singapore's climate is warm and welcoming all year round. Daily
temperatures range from about 23 degC in the evenings to about 29 degC
in the day. Humidity typically ranges from 65% to 95%.

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