Ninth IEEE International Symposium on

Westin William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 1-4, 2000


The Ninth International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing is a forum for presenting the latest research findings on the use of networked systems for high-performance computing. Submissions are encouraged on all aspects of high performance distributed computing, including hardware technologies, network protocols, the middleware that ties distributed resources together into "computational grids," and tools and languages that support application development. Papers discussing applications, distributed collaborative virtual reality, and non-scientific workloads such as Web servers or indexing engines are also encouraged.

Two other meetings will be co-located with HPDC 2000. The 4th Globus Retreat will be held on Monday and Tuesday and an Active Middleware Services workshop will be held on Tuesday.

Topics of interest include (but not limited to):

The programs for the preceding years, HPDC-5, HPDC-6 HPDC-7, and HPDC-8, are accessible online.