Scalable Computing, IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on
The IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC) addresses theoretical and experimental aspects of designing, developing, and evaluating scalable network computing systems, especially clusters and grids, and their applications. Specific topics of interest include cluster and grid interconnection networks, middleware, single-system image, resource and scheduling management policies, distributed programming environments, principles of scalable and reliable software engineering, and high-performance and high-availability computing applications.
TCSC is an International Forum within the IEEE, aimed at fostering research and education in Scalable Computing. TCSC is interested in all areas of scalable computing, including but not limited to, high performance computing systems, Cloud computing systems, Grid, algorithms, applications, scheduling and workflows, and various others. TCSC aims at improving the state of research and education in scalable computing through the following goals: sponsoring upcoming and prominent conferences and workshops; outreach to research in various regions through our regional centers; and outreach to various researchers in different technical areas through our technical centers.
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