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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 19, 2012
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The organizing committee for the IEEE* Cluster 2013 conference is now accepting proposals for tutorials, technical papers, posters, panels, and visualizations. Hosted by IU's Pervasive Technology Institute, Cluster 2013 will take place September 23-27, 2013, at the Hilton Hotel in Indianapolis. All submissions are due March 29, 2013. (IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, is a professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation. IEEE's sponsorship of Cluster 2013 is pending.)
"The Pervasive Technology Institute is proud to host this year's IEEE Cluster conference," said Craig Stewart, general chair of the event. Stewart is executive director of IU's Pervasive Technology Institute and associate dean of Research Technologies. "Cluster 2013 will be a great opportunity for the brightest computing minds to explore cluster technology and its innovations of tomorrow."
Cluster 2013 welcomes original submissions from researchers in academia, industry and government. Successful entries will feature innovative research in the fields of cluster, distributed and high-performance computing. Conference organizers are particularly interested in content related to:
To learn more about Cluster 2013 and to read the complete Call for Participation, visit the conference website at http://pti.iu.edu/ieeecluster-2013.
About Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University
Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI) at Indiana University is a world-class organization dedicated to the development and delivery of innovative information technology to advance research, education, industry, and society. Supported in part by a $15 million grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., PTI is built upon a spirit of collaboration and brings together researchers and technologists from a range of disciplines and organizations, including the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IU Bloomington, the IU Maurer School of Law, and University Information Technology Services at Indiana University. For more, see http://pti.iu.edu.
*NOTE: Due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy, IEEE's final approval of the conference is not yet complete. This is expected soon.
Ceci Jones Schrock