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Parallel Computing Technologies
     Ninth International Conference
  September 3-7, 2007
     Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia

            Sponsored by
    Russian Academy of Sciences
  Russian Foundation for Basic Research


    The Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics
(Novosibirsk)  of   Siberian   Branch   of  Russian  Academy  of  Sciences
(http://www.sscc.ru)  and  the  Institute  of   Program Systems (Pereslavl-
Zalessky) of Russian Academy  of   Sciences  (http://botik.ru/PSI/PSI.html)
are   jointly    organizing    the   Ninth   International  Conference  on
PARALLEL COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES  (PaCT-2007). The  conference will be held
in   Pereslavl-Zalessky,  September 3-7, 2007.  Eight previous conferences 
have been held in Novosibirsk (1991), Obninsk (1993), St.-Petersburg (1995,
LNCS Vol.964),  Yaroslavl   (1997,  LNCS  Vol. 1277), Pushkino (1999, LNCS
Vol.1662), Novosibirsk (2001, LNCS Vol.2127), Nizhni  Novgorod (2003, LNCS
Vol 2763) and Krasnoyarsk (2005, LNCS Vol 3606).
    The  aim of the PaCT-2007 is to  give an overview of new  developments,
applications, and  trends in parallel computing technologies. We sincerely
hope this conference  will help to  our  deepen u nderstanding of parallel
computing  technologies  by  providing  a  forum for  an exchange of views
between scientists and specialists from over the world.
    We welcome your active participation. 

* New trends and models in Parallel Programming
* All aspects of the applications of parallel computer systems
* Methods and tools for parallel solution of large-scale problems
* Languages, environment and software tools supporting parallel processing
* Operating systems, scheduling, mapping, load balancing
* General architecture concepts, enabling technologies
* Performance measurement and analysis
* Fine-grained parallelism and  Cellular Automata
* Teaching parallel processing
* Software for GRID computing
    Original manuscripts are solicited for the conference. The full  paper
(not more then 15 pages) or an extended  abstract (about 5-7 pages) should
be  submitted.  Let  us  note  that  it  is more difficult for the Program
Committee to make a decision  about the paper while  reviewing an extended
abstract.  The papers should be sent to the conference address (see below).
Only  electronic  submission of  manuscripts is accepted.  The first  page
should   include  (but  not  be  limited  to)  the  following  information:
title,  the   authors' full  names,  affiliation, addresses, telephone and
fax numbers, e-mail address.
    To gain the better  understanding  of your  abstract, we also  request
that you include the following information: short review of related papers,
formulation of the problem, objectives, description of results, main ideas,
and  list of  references. All  papers  will  be  internationally reviewed.
Authors will be notified of  acceptance by March 15, 2007. We will require
camera-ready  copy  of  the accepted paper by May 20, 2007. The organizers
expect  that  the authors  of  selected  papers  will present their papers
in Pereslavl-Zalessky. Please, use Springer Verlag format.

                        SPECIAL  SESSION
    The relation between  CA and traditional approaches to simulation

    In the framework of the Conference PaCT-2007  the special session "The
relation between  CA  and traditional approaches to simulation" is planned
to be held. The  special  session aims to create a scientific community of
researchers  involved in use and studying simulation technologies based on
Cellular Automata (CA) ideas  and  having  no  counterparts in traditional
numerical mathematics.

    The scope of the special session covers the following topics:
  1. Theory of fine-grain computations (behavioral properties, termination
     conditions,  synchronous   versus   asynchronous modes  of  operation,
     methods of analysis and synthesis)
  2. Parallel implementation of simulation algorithms on multiprocessor
     systems (methods of parallelization and experimental results) 
  3. New  classes  (extension)  of Cellular Automata models:  asynchronous
     probabilistic CA (Monte-Carlo),  Movable  CA,  Cellular  evolutionary
     algorithms, agent systems  and  some yet unknown models and so on.
  4. Applications of  Cellular Automata   in  physics and chemistry
  5. Gas-Lattice and Gas-Lattice-Boltzmann model  applications  experience

  6. Application of Cellular Automata  for simulating social processes
  7. Application of Cellular Automata in Material Sciences     
  8. Application of Cellular Automata in Biology.

    The discussion  is  planned to  be  held, where some  relevant problems
concerning the relations between CA and PDE simulation approaches should be
discussed. So, the participants are invited to propose the subjects for the
overall discussion. The following topics are considered for the debates:
  1) What  simulation  methods  should  be  comprised  by  the  concepts of
     Fine-grain and Coarse grain parallelism.
  2) What is the future of  CA-simulation?
  3) Where is the border between  the fine-grain and the coarse-grained
  4) What is the place of CA-models application in Parallel Computing?

     Any   paper  independently  on  its  topic  should  discuss  also  the
technological aspects of the results application.

    The papers should  be prepared  in LNCS style (Microsoft Word, LaTeX)


    The Conference Proceedings are planned to be published as the volume of
the  Springer  Verlag  LNCS  (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) series and
distributed at the Conference. Selected papers will be published in special
issue  of  the Int. journal on Future Generation Computer Systems (Elsevier
Science), devoted to parallel computing technologies.
    The official language of the Conference is English.
                            SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
    It is high  time for everybody  to visit this ancient town situated not
far  away  from  Moscow. There  are a  great  number  of  historical places
to visit and enjoy. All year round a lot of tourists come here to enjoy the
sights. It will  be  possible to  attend the Spaso-Preobrazhensky cathedral
(one of the  oldest  white-stone  cathedrals  in  Russia), the  Red  square
(the first square in  Pereslavl, historical centre of  old town), the Earth
Ramparts (ground fortifications . XII century), Peter the First Museum with
little boat, made by young prince Peter, Goritsky Monastery with the statue
of Yuri Dolgoruky (founder of our town) and many others.
    There  are  also  new  exhibitions  attracting  tourists  and guests of
Pereslavl, such as Kettle Museum and Iron Museum. One of the most beautiful
places in Pereslavl is Pleshcheyevo Lake.
    Welcome to Pereslavl-Zalessky!
                            IMPORTANT DATES
 * Submission of the full paper January 20, 2007
 * Submission of the extended abstract February 5, 2007
 * Notification of acceptance: March 15, 2007
 * Camera-ready version of the accepted paper: May 20, 2007
                          CONTACT INFORMATION

Novosibirsk Pereslavl-Zalessky
PaCT-2007 Organising Committee PaCT-2007 Organising
Supercomputer Software Department Program Systems Institute
Pr. Lavrentieva, 6, ICM&MG Russian Academy of Sciences.
Russian Academy of Sciences Pereslavl-Zalessky,  152020,
630090, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA,

Phone:  (+7) 3833-308-994 (+7) 08535-98064
Fax: (+7) 3833-308-783  (+7) 08535-98064
(+7) 3833-306-687
E-mail: pact2007@ssd.sscc.ru pact2007@u.pereslavl.ru

       PaCT-2007 Web pages: http://ssd.sscc.ru/conference/pact2007
V. Malyshkin (Russian Academy of Sciences), Chairman
S. Abramov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
S. Bandini (University of Milano - Bicocca, Italy)
O. Bandman (Russian Academy of Sciences)
F. Cappello    (INRIA, France)
T. Casavant (University of Iowa, USA)
A. Chambarel (University of Avignon, France)
P. Degano (State University of Pisa, Italy)
B. Goossens (University of Perpignan, France)
S. Gorlatch (University of Muenster, Germany)
Y. Karpov (St.-Petersburg State Technical University, Russia)
K.-C. Li (Providence University, Taiwan) 
F. Loulergue (University of Orleans, France)
T. Ludwig (State Technical University of Heidelberg, Germany)
G. Mauri (University of Milano - Bicocca, Italy)
D. Petcu (Western University of Timisoara, Romania)
M. Raynal (IRISA, Rennes, France)
B. Roux (IRPHE, France)
P. Sloot (University of Amsterdam. The Netherlands)
C. Trinitis (LRR, Muenchen, Germany)
V. Vshivkov (Russian Academy of Sciences)
A. Wuensche (Univ of Sussex, UK)
S. El Yacoubi (University of Perpignan, France)

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