 
PASA 2014 : 11th Workshop on Parallel Systems and Algorithms  
Link: http://fgpars.gi.de/workshops/pasaworkshop2014/  
 
Call For Papers  
The PASA workshop series has the goal to build a bridge between theory and
practice in the area of parallel systems and algorithms. In this context practical problems which require theoretical investigations as well as the applicability of theoretical approaches and results to practice shall be discussed. An important aspect is communication and exchange of experience between various groups working in the area of parallel computing, e.g., in computer science, electrical engineering, physics or mathematics. Topics of Interest include, but are not restricted to:  parallel architectures & storage systems  parallel and distributed algorithms  parallel embedded systems  models of parallel computation  ubiquitous and pervasive systems  scheduling and load balancing  reconfigurable parallel computing  parallel programming languages  data streamoriented computing  software engineering for parallel systems  interconnection networks  parallel design patterns  network, grid and cloud computing  performance evaluation of parallel systems  distributed and parallel multimedia systems  parallel algorithms for big data The workshop will comprise invited talks on current topics by leading experts in the field as well as submitted papers on original and previously unpublished research. Accepted papers will be published in the ARCS Workshop Proceedings as well as in the PARS Newsletter (ISSN 01770454). The conference languages are English (preferred) and German. Papers are required to be in English. A prize of 500 Euro will be awarded to the best contribution presented personally based on a student's or Ph.D. thesis or project. Coauthors are allowed, the PhD degree should not have been awarded at the time of submission. Candidates apply for the prize by email to the organizers when submitting the contribution. We expect that candidates are or become members of one the groups ALGO or PARS. Program Committee S. Albers (Berlin), H. Burkhart (Basel), M. Dietzfelbinger (Ilmenau), A. Döring (Zürich), D. Fey (Erlangen), W. Heenes (Darmstadt), R. Hoffmann (Darmstadt), K. Jansen (Kiel), W. Karl (Karlsruhe), J. Keller (Hagen), Ch. Lengauer (Passau), E. Maehle (Lübeck), E. W. Mayr (München), U. Meyer (Frankfurt), F. Meyer auf der Heide (Paderborn), W. Nagel (Dresden), M. Philippsen (Erlangen), K. D. Reinartz (Höchstadt), P. Sanders (Karlsruhe), Ch. Scheideler (Paderborn), H. Schmeck (Karlsruhe), U. Schwiegelshohn (Dortmund), P. Sobe (Dresden), T. Ungerer (Augsburg), B. Vöcking (Aachen), R. Wanka (Erlangen), H. Weberpals (HamburgHarburg) Organisation Jörg Keller, FernUniversität in Hagen, Fac. Math and Computer Science, 58084 Hagen, Germany, EMail: joerg.keller at fernunihagen.de Rolf Wanka, Univ. ErlangenNuremberg, Dept. of Computer Science, 91058 Erlangen, Germany, EMail rwanka at cs.fau.de 
