[Om-announce] [simu-conf] Workshop on Modeling and Simulation on Grid and Cloud Computing (CCGRID 2102) - Extended Deadline

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Workshop on Modeling and Simulation on Grid and Cloud Computing,
MSGC2012 (part of CCGRID 2102)
May 13-16 2012. Ottawa, ON, Canada.


Sponsored by the IEEE, ACM and IEEE TCSC

The Workshop on Modeling and Simulation on Grid and Cloud Computing,
MSGC2012, focuses on the current challenges faced by the M&S community
in order to use advanced Grid and Cloud methodologies and middleware. 

This workshop is motivated by the challenges brought by this new
participative model. Although the Grid and Cloud computing paradigms
introduced new ways of sharing computing power and storage in
heterogeneous environments, there are still many open questions in this
research area.

The objective is to bring experts in the field to address open questions
in this area. Topics include (but are not limited to):
-	Web Services, SOA and simulation 	
-	Simulation Middleware 
-	Simulation Mashups using Grid and Cloud Computing 
-	Wokflows for distributed simulation on the grid  - Service
Composition and Simulation
-	Composability and mashups using distributed simulation
middleware on the grid 
-	Simulation Data Management in Cloud Computing Environments 
-	Interfacing Simulation with Web 2.0 Technologies 
-	Grid and Cloud Simulation Tools and Environments

Submission Procedures: 
The conference committee will accept full papers submitted as a PDF file
to the conference website
(https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=msgc2012). All the
submitted papers will be peer reviewed with respect to their quality,
originality and relevance. 
Important Dates: 
Submission of full papers:    	February 15th, 2012
Notification of acceptance:   	March 1st 2012
Final manuscript: 		   	March 15th, 2012

General Chair
Gabriel A. Wainer (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)

David R. C. Hill (ISIMA, Université Blaise-Pascal, France)
Simon Taylor  (Brunel University, UK)

Further information in the Conference website

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