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.
Authors are invited to submit a 4 page demonstration paper following the submission procedure detailed here.
Authors of a demonstration paper should:
Authors of a demonstration paper may support their submissions by providing:
Prof. Ron Perrott
School of Computer Science
Queen's University Belfast, UK
Institute of Information Technology
University of Klagenfurt, Austria