TransForm School on Research Directions in Distributed Computing aims at the dissemination of advanced scientific knowledge in the general area of distributed computing with emphasis on multi-core computing, synchronization protocols, and transactional memory. A major goal of the school is to explore new directions and approaches on hot topics of current research in these areas (and more generally in distributed computing) and to promote international contacts among scientists from academia and the industry. Research work from all viewpoints, including theory, practice, and experimentation can be presented at the school.
The school will include a series of talks by renowned researchers.
PhD students interested in presenting their work should submit a 1-page abstract motivating the main research challenge they are addressing and stating the approach being taken. A selection of proposals will be chosen for presentation. Student presentations will be of 15 minutes each (including questions). To submit a talk, please send an email to by May 10, 2013 (Extended). The subject of this e-mail should be of the following form: "<name of presenter>: proposal for talk". Every submission should be in English, in .ps or .pdf format, and include the title, the names of the presenter and his/her collaborators in the research work of interest, their affiliations, and a one page abstract of the work. Students should also provide the name and contact information of their advisors.
Abstracts will become available to participants electronically. Authors will be given the option to upload their presentation on the school’s website.
TransForm will provide financial support to a limited number of researchers/students. Those who intend to apply for financial support should send a 1 page application (in addition to their talk proposal) which will provide a short description of their travel expenses. Applications should be sent to by May 10, 2013 (Extended).
|Submission deadline||May 10, 2013 (Extended)|
|Notification||May 14, 2013|
|School Date||June 10-14, 2013|