ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE (2001 USINEX)

Venue: BOSTON

Location: BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 25, 2001 End Date/Time: Jun 30, 2001
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Description

USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. For over 25 years, its members have come from a broad community of developers, researchers, system administrators and engineers with interests spanning the full range of technology. As the core conference of this community, the USENIX Annual Technical Conference is the premier forum for computing professionals to share the results of their latest and best work, develop new ideas and solutions, and connect with their colleagues.
Three days of tutorials start the conference with practical tutorials on timely topics. The three-day technical session of the conference follows and includes a track of General Session Refereed Papers selected by the Program Committee; a track of Invited Talks by experts and leaders in the field; and FREENIX, a track of refereed papers on freely available POSIX-based software and systems.
IMPORTANT DATES
FREENIX Refereed Track submissions due: November 27, 2000
General Session Refereed Track submissions due: December 1, 2000
Extended to Dec. 8, 2000
Notification to authors: January 31, 2001
FREENIX Track papers due for shepherding: April 16, 2001
Camera-ready papers due: May 1, 2001


Program and Registration Information
Complete program and registration information will be available in March 2001 here at the conference website. The information will be in both html and a printable PDF file. If you would like to receive the program booklet in print, please email your request, including your postal address, to: conference@usenix.org.
Program Chair:
Yoonho Park, ReefEdge
Program Committee:
Mohit Aron, Rice University
Carla Ellis, Duke University
Wuchi Feng, Ohio State University
Greg Ganger, Carnegie-Mellon University
Sheila Harnett, IBM Austin
Peter Honeyman, University of Michigan
Jochen Liedtke, University of Karlsruhe
Robert Miller, Carnegie-Mellon University
Vern Paxson, ACIRI
Doug Schmidt, UC-Irvine
Margo Seltzer, Harvard University
Dan Wallach, Rice University

Invited Talks Coordinators:
Matt Blaze, AT&T Labs - Research
John T. Kohl, Rational Software

FREENIX Track Program Chair:
Clem Cole, Compaq

FREENIX Track Program Committee:
Ken Coar, Apache
Chris Demetriou, NetBSD
Ted Faber, ISI
Drew Gallatin, Duke/FreeBSD
Alan Nemeth, Compaq
Simon Patience, SGI/Linux
Garry Paxinos, XFree86/Metro-X
Stephen Tweedie, RH/Linux


GENERAL SESSION REFEREED PAPERS
The 2001 USENIX Technical Conference seeks original and innovative papers about the applications, architecture, implementation, and performance of modern computing systems. As at all USENIX conferences, papers that analyze problem areas and draw important conclusions from practical experience are especially welcome. Some particularly interesting application topics are:

Cluster computing
Complexity management
Distributed caching and replication
Extensible operating systems
File systems and storage systems
Interoperability of heterogeneous systems
Mobile code
Mobile computing
Networking and network services
Multimedia
Pervasive computing
Reliability and QoS
Security and privacy
Web technologies
Cash prizes will be awarded for the best papers at the conference

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