[kepler-dev] Ptolemy Miniconference, May 12, 2005, UC Berkeley

Bertram Ludaescher ludaesch at ucdavis.edu
Thu Mar 3 11:26:06 PST 2005

Dear Kepler & SPA folks:

Just a gentle reminder that the upcoming Ptolemy Miniconference May
12th will feature a number of presentations and posters from our
community -- this means YOU!

Please register at the conference website
if you plan to attend!

Also, please send a SHORT ABSTRACT (and title) to Edward A. Lee
(eal at eecs.berkeley.edu) and myself (ludaesch at ucdavis.edu) by 
    *** March 18th, 2005 ***
describing your work!

This will help us with planning the meeting.

Thanks and best regards

Bertram Ludaescher, PhD, Assoc. Prof.
Dept of Computer Science & Genome Center 
University of California, Davis 
One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616 
Ph: (530) 754-8576, ludaesch at ucdavis.edu

Edward A. Lee writes:
 > The Sixth Biennial Ptolemy Miniconference will be held on Thursday, May
 > 12, 2005 at the Soda Hall HP Auditorium on the University of California
 > campus, Berkeley, California. The Ptolemy project is described at
 > http://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu. It studies modeling, simulation, and
 > design of concurrent, real-time, embedded systems. The focus is on
 > assembly of concurrent components.
 > The Ptolemy Miniconference is an opportunity for research collaborators
 > and Ptolemy users and extenders from industry, academia, and government
 > to get together, present their work to the Ptolemy community, and hear
 > about related research and results. It is typically held every two
 > years.
 > This year, we have invited the Kepler community to jointly organize the
 > conference, under the leadership of Bertram Ludaescher, and to give
 > presentations and posters. Kepler (http://kepler-project.org) is a
 > cross-project collaboration to develop open source tools for Scientific
 > Workflows and is currently based on the Ptolemy II system for
 > heterogeneous concurrent modeling and design. We have also invited
 > David Bacon from IBM to give an invited talk on real-time Java. David
 > is one of the world's top experts in this area.
 > The program is in the process of being developed. In the past we have
 > had presentations and posters from organizations worldwide, plus
 > members of the Ptolemy project describing current research at Berkeley.
 > We expect topics to include:
 >       * Ptolemy project Status
 >       * Overview of the Kepler project
 >       * Real time Java
 >       * Applications to scientific workflows
 >       * Hybrid systems modeling
 >       * Modeling and design of sensor networks
 >       * Distributed models
 >       * Code generation
 >       * Configurable hardware design
 >       * Modeling and design of large-scale network services
 > If you have suggestions for posters and presentations, please send them
 > to Bertram Ludaescher (ludaesch at ucdavis.edu), and/or Edward A. Lee
 > (eal at eecs.berkeley.edu)
 > The conference website at
 > http://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu/conferences/05/
 > includes registration and hotel information.
 > ------------
 > Edward A. Lee
 > Professor, Chair of the EE Division, Associate Chair of EECS
 > 231 Cory Hall, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720
 > phone: 510-642-0253 or 510-642-0455, fax: 510-642-2845
 > eal at eecs.Berkeley.EDU, http://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu/~eal
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