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  • ACM HPDC 2010 Sponsorship Opportunities

    The 19th annual ACM International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC 2010) is the premier venue for presenting the latest research on the design, implementation, evaluation, and use of parallel and distributed systems for high performance and high end computing. HPDC 2010 will take place over the week of June 20 at the DoubleTree Hotel Chicago Magnificent Mile in the heart of Chicago, Illinois, the third largest city in the United States and a major technological and cultural capital. It will include:

  • A co-located meeting of the Open Grid Forum (OGF) on Sunday, June 20 through Tuesday, June 22. OGF is the standards body for grid computing.
  • Eight co-located full-day workshops on Monday, June 21 through Tuesday, June 22. The workshops are linked at left and include: Emerging Computational Methods for the Life Sciences (ECMLS), Large Scale System and Application Performance (LSAP), Managing Data Quality for Collaborative Science (MDQCS), Scientific Cloud Computing (ScienceCloud). Challenges of Large Applications in Distributed Environments (CLADE), Data Intensive Distributed Computing (DIDC), MapReduce and its Applications (MAPREDUCE), and Virtualization Technologies in Distributed Computing (VTDC).
  • The main conference on Wednesday, June 23 through Friday, June 25. The single-track conference will include keynotes, paper sessions, a poster session, a panel, and an industry/institutional session.
  • HPDC encourages sponsorship from industry, government, and institutions. Sponsorship takes the form of monetary and in-kind contributions that are acknowledged in announcements before the event, on our web site, during the event, and in the proceedings. Generally, contributions are used to: (1) defray registration costs so that more people can attend, (2) provide limited funding for travel for students who would otherwise not be able to attend, (3) make more interesting social activities possible, (4) support keynote speakers through honoraria, and/or (5) provide prizes/etc for best papers, etc. Depending on the level of sponsorship, inclusion in the industry session, special acknowledgments, reduced-cost or free registrations, and other benefits are possible. Large scale sponsorship, for example sole sponsorship of keynote speeches or social events, including naming rights, is also possible. If you are interested in sponsorship, please email hpdc2010-sponsorship at presciencelab dot org for more information.