[kepler-dev] Ptolemy Miniconference, May 12, 2005, UC Berkeley
ludaesch at ucdavis.edu
Wed Mar 16 12:14:06 PST 2005
Just a gentle reminder to please send your titles and abstracts to
Edward A. Lee (eal at eecs.berkeley.edu) and myself as soon as possible
if you plan to contribute to this event.
Also please register at the website given below!
Looking forward to your contributions and an exciting event in
Berkeley in May!
Bertram Ludaescher writes:
> 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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