The IEEE Cluster conference series is one of the international flagship Cluster Computing events, and is sponsored by IEEE's Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC). Since its inception in 1999, the IEEE Cluster conference has been attracting the top researchers in cluster computing worldwide. This year's conference is hosted by the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) in the technology frontier of Austin, Texas.
This forum is an important venue for researchers to expose their ideas, experience, and research. It is also an important forum for vendors to discover and interact with the community that influences many technology experts. The conference programs (tech. papers, posters, panels, workshops, tutorials, and student travel grants) attract a broad spectrum of research and interest in virtually all areas of cluster computing, including system and node architectures, networking, storage, middleware, algorithms and applications, resource management, platform deployment and maintenance, and integration with cloud computing and grid computing.
The IEEE Cluster 2011 conference affords an excellent opportunity for sponsors and exhibitors to showcase their solutions and interact with leaders in the fields of cluster computing. Sponsorship and Exhibit solicitations will remain open until July 31, 2011. Platinum through Bronze sponsorship levels provide a wide range of participation. Exhibits areas will be open on Tuesday and continue until Thursday noon.
Hosted by Texas Advanced Computing Center
The University of Texas at Austin