Demonstrations of Parallel and Distributed Computing

Topic 19


Euro-Par solicitates, for the first time, papers describing original demonstrations in the area of parallel and distributed computing, and related to the eighteen Euro-Par conference topics. Demonstrators shall present live exemplars of tools, prototypes, or simulations showing feasible technology in parallel and distributed computing. It is expected that the demonstrations will provide feedback from the technology developer community on what has been achieved and to enable discussion of new technology and methods.

Demonstrations which are related to European projects, grid computing etc. are particularly encouraged.

Demonstrators will be provided with space for posters as well as networking and basic computing equipment to present their prototypes.

Submission Details

Authors are invited to submit a 4 page demonstration paper following the submission procedure detailed here.

Authors of a demonstration paper should:

  • state the topic (1.-18.) to which the demonstration is related,
  • state the originality of the submission in terms of the prototype demonstrated,
  • describe the mechanism for demonstrating the prototype at Euro-Par 2003,
  • describe the original scientific content which is the basis for the demonstrated prototype (provide links to related research articles, technical reports, etc.)

Authors of a demonstration paper may support their submissions by providing:

  • links to Web-interfaces for the prototype,
  • links to snapshot of the prototype,
  • links to videos-, and/or animations which show the functionality of the prototype.


Global Chair

Prof. Ron Perrott

School of Computer Science

Queen's University Belfast, UK


Vice Chairs

Prof. Henk Sips

Faculty of Information Technology and Systems

Technical University of Delft

The Netherlands


Dr. Jarek Nabrzyski

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center

Poznan, Poland


Local Chair

Michael Kropfberger

Institute of Information Technology

University of Klagenfurt, Austria