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MSST06 会议征文

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NASA / IEEE MSST2006
Fourteenth NASA Goddard / Twenty-Third IEEE
Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies
Call for Papers

At MSST2006, we will build on previous conferences, and research and developments in access, scalability, inter-operability, and long term stewardship of globally distributed storage, to investigate the concept of the Global Storage Grid. The Global Storage Grid will provide high speed secure access to data on open global networks, with access and performance characteristics of local data, while also promoting concepts of redundancy, backup, and reliability. The Global Storage Grid will emerge from developments in storage technologies, high speed global networks, and data management and access software.
Specific areas of interest for MSST2006 include developments in storage technologies such as disk storage, tape storage, clustered storage, and other emerging technologies; developments in high speed global networks, such as high speed wide area 10gbps networks, new network protocols for data transport and access, and wide area storage area networks; and data management and access software such as grid software, meta-data catalog and database systems, global file systems, systems for secure access to remote data, and systems for long term data preservation. We are also interested in applications of massive arrays of personal storage, as well as in user experiences, site reports, and performance analysis.
How to Participate
We encourage participation by individuals and organizations with research or practical experience, including government and commercial users, universities, research laboratories, and early adopters. We invite submissions of technical papers, tutorial proposals, short paper/poster presentations, and vendor briefings. Send submissions electronically, in PDF format, to Ben Kobler (ben.kobler@nasa.gov.). Include submission title, author name(s), organization, address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, and a brief description of how your contribution relates to the theme of this conference. Also designate a primary contact person, phone number, and e-mail address. Submissions are due January 6, 2006. We will notify authors of accepted papers by email on February 13, 2006.
Technical Papers and Poster Presentations: Submit a full 8-14 page paper (Note the change in length requirement from previous years). If accepted, final papers will be due March 13, 2006. Final, camera-ready papers, incorporating reviewer comments, must be submitted, in PDF format no later than March 27, 2006, and must conform to formatting standards to be described in the Author's Kit. Short submissions of 3-5 pages in length will only be considered for poster presentations.
Tutorial Proposals: A highlight of the conference will be tutorial sessions on May 15, 2006. Submit outlines of half- or full-day tutorials, with material to be covered and a biography of the proposed tutorial presenter by January 6, 2006.
Vendor Briefings: We will provide a block of time during the conference for vendors to present information addressing the conference theme. Submit a 3-5 page abstract by January 6, 2006. Vendor Expo: Space for vendor product exhibits will be assigned in the order reservations are received. Space is limited. Vendor inter-operability demonstrations are encouraged. To register and to discuss facilities and cost, contact the Vendor Expo Chair: Gary Sobol (GZSobol@aol.com.).
Work in Progress (WIP): A special session will feature presentations of late-breaking research and developments. Submit a 3-5 page abstract in PDF format to Ethan Miller (elm@cs.ucsc.edu.) by April 10, 2006. We will notify presenters of acceptance by April 17, 2006. "Work in Progress" descriptions will be listed in the schedule, and presentations will be posted on the conference Web site.
Extemporaneous Session: An extemporaneous session will provide a forum for short presentations of last-minute thoughts and ideas. Presenters will sign up for speaking slots during the conference.
http://StorageConference.org


Conference and Program Committee Chair:
Ben Kobler, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Program Committee:
Ahmed Amer, University of Pittsburgh
Curtis Anderson, Mendocino Software
Jean Jacques Bedet, Science Systems and Applications, Inc
Randal Burns, Johns Hopkins University
Bob Chadduck, NARA
Ann Chervenak, USC Information Sciences Institute
Jack Cole, US Army Research Laboratory
Bob Coyne, IBM
Jim Finlayson, Department of Defense
Bruce K. Haddon, Sun Microsystems, Inc
Gene Harano, NCAR
P. C. Hariharan, SES
Jim Hughes, Sun Microsystems
Merritt Jones, MITRE
Ann Kerr, Vice Chair, International Symposia, MSSTC
Ethan Miller, University of California, Santa Cruz
Reagan Moore, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Matthew O'Keefe, Redhat, Inc
Bruce Rosen, NIST
Tom Ruwart, I/O Performance, Inc
Julian Satran, IBM Haifa Research Laboratory, Israel
Rodney Van Meter, Keio University, Japan
Calendar:
Jan 06, 2006 Full paper submissions are due
Jan 30, 2006 Registration packets are sent out
Feb 13, 2006 Notifications are sent out
Mar 13, 2006 Final version of papers are due
Mar 27, 2006 Papers due in publication ready form
Apr 10, 2006 WIP submissions are due
Apr 17, 2006 WIP notifications are sent out
May 15, 2006 Conference starts
The Global Storage Grid:
High-Speed, Secure Access to Data on Open Global Networks

项目简介及成果展示



    本项目针对下一代互联网的高效性、可扩展性、安全性和高服务,提出建立一种新的存储模式,即“多层次、可扩展的存储对象”模式,并研究相关的核心技术,达到统一和更新网络存储,组建PB级的基于存储对象的存储系统。项目重点研究内容包括:基于存储对象的分布体系结构;高速通道;海量数据存储网络;数据组织与共享机制;存储按需部署与服务质量;GIS分布存储示范应用系统。预期在存储系统理论和核心技术方面获得突破,形成有自主知识产权的信息存储技术。本项目由华中科技大学主持,参加单位有武汉大学测绘遥感信息工程国家重点实验室,清华大学计算机系,北京大学计算机系,中科院计算所,解放军通信指挥学院等。
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