Updated: 18.09.08 3:00pm

3rd (2008) New Zealand Workshop in
High Performance and Grid C

December 4, 2008, Dunedin

hosted by

PDCAT 2008
December 1-4, 2008, Dunedin, New Zealand

supported by

The workshop provides an ideal forum for professionals from both academia and industry to participate and learn about the latest research and development in high performance, reconfigurable and grid computing, advanced networks, e-science, education and other related areas in New Zealand. This time it will be also an excellent opportunity for New Zealand based researchers and industry to establish links and collaboration with overseas colleagues, as well as an opportunity for overseas researchers and businesses to establish links and collaboration with New Zealand. Both New Zealand and overseas speakers are welcome to present at the workshop.

Previous workshops websites can be seeing here 2006, 2007.

Submission Details

Authors have a choice to present with or without publishing a paper (the deadline for publishing in proceedings has now passed). Electronic copies of all presentations must be made available for publishing on the Internet. All submissions must be done via email to iparalle@aut.ac.nz.



There are two options available for registration:

1)      Attending the workshop only. It is fee free option, thanks to our sponsors. Please register via email  iparalle@aut.ac.nz. Registration deadline is November 27, 2008.

2)      To attend the Workshop and PDCAT'08 register through PDCAT 2008 main website (conference fee is payable).



Program is now available here.


Workshop Committee

Dr Slava Kitaev, Auckland University of Technology - Chair
slava.kitaev at aut.ac.nz

Dr Zhiyi Huang, University of Otago and World45,
hzy at cs.otago.ac.nz

Dr Tim Molteno, University of Otago
tim at physics.otago.ac.nz

Nick Jones, BeSTGRID, Centre for eResearch, University of Auckland
n.jones at auckland.ac.nz

Dr Chris Messom, Massey University
C.H.Messom at massey.ac.nz

A/Prof Dr Mark Utting, Waikato University
marku at cs.waikato.ac.nz

Tony Dale, BlueFern Supercomputing, University of Canterbury
tony.dale at canterbury.ac.nz