[Haifux] Final Call for Participation: SYSTOR 2010---The 3rd Annual Haifa Experimental Systems Conference
muli at il.ibm.com
Mon May 10 16:26:51 MSD 2010
The 3rd Annual Haifa Experimental Systems Conference
24--26 May 2010
Registration deadline: May 22
The IBM Haifa Research Lab and the IBM Systems and Technology Group
Lab, in collaboration with Caesarea Rothschild Institute (CRI) at the
University of Haifa are organizing SYSTOR 2010, a successor to the
highly successful SYSTOR conference and workshops on systems and
storage held at the IBM Haifa Research Lab. The goal of the conference
is to promote systems research and foster stronger ties between the
Israeli and worldwide systems research communities and
industry. Therefore, international submissions are specially
encouraged. SYSTOR 2010 will be a three-day conference.
The first day will begin with a keynote talk by Prof. David Kaeli,
IEEE fellow from Northeastern University on "Many-core Computing: A
Disruptive Technology Enabling Low-cost, Low-power Desktop
Supercomputing". The talk will be followed by sessions on storage and
virtualization and workload-driven optimizations. In the afternoon, a
student poster session with sweet refreshments will be held.
The second day will begin with a keynote talk by Prof. Idit Keidar
from the technion on "Reliable Distributed Storage" followed by
sessions on parallel programs and virtualization. The morning talk and
sessions will be held at the Hech Museum Auditorium in Haifa
University. The day will end with an optional social event in a tour
to Nazareth and a dinner near the Sea of Galilee.
The third day will include sessions on storage and communication and
low-level optimizations and a panel about cloud computing: "Cloud
Computing: A New Direction or a Passing Trend?"
The full program for all three days is available on the conference
We look forward to seeing you at SYSTOR 2010!
Muli Ben-Yehuda | muli at il.ibm.com | +972-4-8281080
Manager, Virtualization and Systems Architecture
Master Inventor, IBM Research -- Haifa
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