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Date: Sat, 11 Sep 2004 21:10:15 +0200
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Larnaca, Cyprus, 25 Oct - 29 Oct 2004
Proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag


Grid computing has become one of the most important topics appeared and
widely developed in the computing field in the last decade. The research
area of grid computing is making rapid progress, owing to the increasing
necessity of computation in the resolution of complex applications.

Clusters are, in some sense, the predecessors of the grid technology.
Clusters interconnect nodes through a local high-speed network, using
commodity hardware, with the aim of reducing the costs of such
infrastructures. Supercomputers have been replaced by cluster of
workstations in a huge number of research projects, being the grid
technology the natural evolution of clusters.

One of the major goals of grid computing is to provide efficient access to
data. Grids provide access to distributed computing and data resources,
allowing data-intensive applications to improve significantly data access,
management and analysis. Nowadays, there is a huge number of
data-intensive applications, e.g. data mining systems extracting knowledge
from large volumes of data. Existing data-intensive applications have been
used in several domains, such as physics, climate modelling, biology or
visualization. Grid systems responsible for tackling and managing large
amounts of data in geographically distributed environments are usually
named data grids.

The great challenge of grid computing is the complete integration of
heterogeneous computing systems and data resources with the aim of
providing a global computing space. The achievement of this goal will
involve revolutionary changes in the field of computation, because it will
enable resource-sharing across networks, being data one of the most
important ones.

This workshop is intended for researchers in grid computing, who want to
extend their background on this area and more specifically to those that
use grid environments for managing and analysing data.

TOPICS OF INTEREST include, but are not limited to:

* Computational grids
* Grid solutions for data-intensive applications
* Grid infrastructures for data analysis
* High-performance computing for data-intensive applications
* Grid computing infrastructures, middleware and tools
* Grid computing services
* Grid and cluster computing
* Collaboration technologies
* Data analysis and management
* Databases and the grid
* Extracting knowledge from data grids
* Agent-based management of data in distributed systems
* Agent architectures for grid environments
* Semantic Grid
* Data grids for bioinformatics
* Security in data grids


Deadline for paper submission           July 11th, 2004
Notification of acceptance              August 4th, 2004
Deadline for camera-ready papers        August 20th, 2004


All submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality,
significance, technical soundness, and clarity of expression. All
submissions must be in English. Research submissions must not exceed 10
pages. Submissions can either be in Postscript, MS Word, or Pdf format in
this submission page:

The final proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag as LNCS
(Lecture Notes in Computer Science). Author instructions can be found at:
Failure to commit to presentation at the conference automatically excludes
a paper from the proceedings.


Pilar Herrero
Facultad de Informatica
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Campus de Montegancedo S/N
28660 Boadilla del Monte
Madrid (Spain)
Phone: (+34) 91.336.74.56
Fax: (+34) 91.336.65.95E
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Maria S. Perez
Facultad de Informatica
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Campus de Montegancedo S/N
28660 Boadilla del Monte
Madrid (Spain)
Phone: (+34) 91.336.73.80
Fax: (+34) 91.336.73.73
Email: [log in to unmask]

Victor Robles
Facultad de Informatica
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Campus de Montegancedo S/N
28660 Boadilla del Monte
Madrid (Spain)
Phone: (+34) 91.336.73.80
Fax: (+34) 91.336.73.73
Email: [log in to unmask]

Milena Radenkovic
School of Computer Science & IT
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG8 1BB, UK
Phone: +44 (115) 951 4226
Fax: +44 (115) 951 4254
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José María Peña, UPM, Madrid, Spain
Steve Benford, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
José Luis Bosque, URJC, Madrid, Spain
David Walker, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK
Alberto Sánchez, UPM, Madrid, Spain
Jon Garibaldi, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Toni Cortes, UPC, Barcelona, Spain
Jemal Abawajy, Faculty of Science and Technology, Deakin University,
Victoria, Australia
Javier Segovia, UPM, Madrid, Spain
Heinz Stockinger, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
Andrea Omicini, Università di Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Omer Rana, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
Miguel Marquina, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain
Domenico Laforenza, Italian National Research Council (CNR), Pisa, Italy
Asunción Gómez, UPM, Madrid, Spain
Savas Parastatidis, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, UK
Angélica de Antonio, UPM, Madrid, Spain
Phil Lord, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Jesús Carretero, UC3M, Madrid, Spain
Félix García, UC3M, Madrid, Spain
Steve Chiu, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA
Vicente Martín, UPM, Madrid, Spain