The international forum where the high-performance computing
and high-speed networking communities meet.

August 17 - 19, 2005
Stanford University in the state-of-the-art
William R. Hewlett Teaching Center
(formerly named the Teaching Center at the Science and Engineering Quad (TCSEQ))

 

Just a few more days and we'll be on-site!


We would be pleased if you would plan to join us in our 13th year for an information packed three day Symposium about the latest in High Performance Interconnects immediately following the well attended Hot Chips Symposium. Attending both back to back conferences provides a hearty balance for engineers involved in both the software and hardware arenas. IEEE Hot Interconnects brings together designers and architects of high-performance chips, software, and systems at the University and global business levels. Presentations focus on up-to-the-minute developments demonstrating leading-edge designs by engineers and researchers throughout the world.

Program Overview:
General Co-Chairs: James Sterbenz and Dimitrios Stiliadis
Technical Program Co-Chairs: Tal Lavian and Fabrizio Petrini

Great Tutorials on Wednesday!
T1
Using the Open Network Lab
T2 Quality of Service in Global Grid Computing
T3 Internet Infrastructure Security
T4 High-Speed Networking: A Systematic Approach to High Bandwidth Low-Latency Communications

Keynotes both days!

Thursday:
Keynote #1:
Network Infrastructure Security & Robustness: ongoing challenge for researchers and practitioners Raj Yavatkar, Intel
Session 1
: Networks for Large-Scale Parallel Computers
Session 2: Performance Evaluation of High-Performance Interconnects
Session 3: Network Processors and Associative Technology
POSTER SESSION and Reception Dinner
Panel Discussion #1

Friday:
Keynote #2:
Massively Parallel Systems: Headache or Sliced Bread?
Manish Gupta, IBM

Session 4
: High Performance Routers
Panel Discussion #2
Session 5: TCP and Switch Architecture

Controversial Panel Discussions both days:
Impact of Grid Computing on Network Operators and HW Vendors
EtherNET vs. EtherNOT


Advance Registration Fees (on or before midnight Aug 4)
Symposium
Member
Non-Member
Professional
$300
$375
Full-Time Student
$125
$175
 
Tutorials
Member
Non-Member
Full Day
$240
$300
One Half-Day
$120
$150

Late/On-Site Registration Fees (on/after Aug 5)
Symposium
Member
Non-Member
Professional
$360
$450
Full-Time Student
$250
$300
 
Tutorials
Member
Non-Member
Full Day
$300
$380
One Half-Day
$150
$190

Pack your shorts and sandals and register today online for the 13th Annual IEEE Hot Interconnects Symposium at Stanford University on August 17-19, 2005. Late registration begins on August 1, 2005.

Wireless Internet Access!
Bring your laptop or 802.11 device! Configurations announced at conference time.

Great food. Great people. Great talks.
We hope to see you there.


   
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