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SYSTOR 2009 Call for Participation

                   CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

    SYSTOR 2009---The Israeli Experimental Systems Conference
                        4-6 May 2009
                        Haifa, Israel

Registration deadline: May 2nd

SYSTOR 2009, the Israeli Experimental Systems Conference, will be held
at IBM Haifa Labs, in Haifa, Israel. The conference program will run
over three days, combining the forefront of academic systems research
with real-world systems developed in industry. The goal of the
conference is to promote systems research and to foster stronger ties
between the Israeli and worldwide systems research communities and
industry. Conference proceedings will be published by ACM in the ACM
Digital Library.

There is a limited number of seats available on a
first-come-first-served basis upon registration at
(registration is free of charge). Lunch and refreshments will be
served on all three days courtesy of IBM Haifa Labs.

The first day of the conference will feature sessions on distributed
systems, concurrency, and power management. Marc Snir, University of
Illinois at Urbana Champaign, will give a keynote talk, and in the
afternoon a student poster session with sweet refreshments will be

The second day will begin with the keynote "Towards Invisible Storage"
by Alain Azagury, Director, XIV Business Executive, IBM, and an
invited talk on "The Next Generation Data Center" by Michael Kagan,
Mellanox CTO. After the morning talks, there will be paper sessions
focusing on data de-duplication and storage issues. The day will end
with an optional social event in Caesarea.

The third day will conclude the conference with paper sessions on
virtualization and system optimizations, and a panel of well-known
systems researchers who will debate "What is Systems Research about
and is it Relevant?" The full program for all three days is available
on the conference website.

We look forward to seeing you at SYSTOR 2009!

SYSTOR Advisory Committee
    * Marc Auslander, IBM
    * Ken Birman, Cornell
    * Danny Dolev, HUJI
    * Julian Satran, IBM
    * Marc Snir, UIUC
    * Willy Zwaenepoel, EPFL

Program Chairs
    * Michael Factor, IBM
    * Dror Feitelson, HUJI

General Chair
    * Miriam Allalouf, IBM

Publicity Chair
    * Muli Ben Yehuda, IBM

Publication Chair
    * Gregory Chockler, IBM

Syndicated 2009-04-07 13:04:17 from Muli Ben-Yehuda

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