SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013
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6th Workshop on Many-Task Computing on Clouds, Grids, and Supercomputers (MTAGS) 2013
SESSION: 6th Workshop on Many-Task Computing on Clouds, Grids, and Supercomputers (MTAGS) 2013
EVENT TYPE: Workshops
TIME: 9:00AM - 5:30PM
Organizer(s):Ioan Raicu, Ian Foster, Yong Zhao, Justin Wozniak
The 6th workshop on Many-Task Computing on Clouds, Grids, and Supercomputers (MTAGS) will provide the scientific community a dedicated forum for presenting new research, development, and deployment efforts of large-scale many-task computing (MTC) applications on large scale clusters, clouds, grids, and supercomputers. MTC encompasses loosely coupled applications, which are generally composed of many tasks to achieve some larger application goal. This workshop will cover challenges that can hamper efficiency and utilization in running applications on large-scale systems, such as local resource manager scalability and granularity, efficient utilization of raw hardware, parallel file-system contention and scalability, data management, I/O management, reliability at scale, and application scalability. We welcome paper submissions in theoretical, simulations, and systems topics with special consideration to papers addressing the intersection of petascale/exascale challenges with large-scale cloud computing. We invite the submission of original research work of 6 pages. For more information, see http://datasys.cs.iit.edu/events/MTAGS13/.
Ioan Raicu - Illinois Institute of Technology
Ian Foster - Argonne National Laboratory
Yong Zhao - University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Justin Wozniak - Argonne National Laboratory