CSC News

June 04, 2008

Castillo, Rouskas & Harfoush Win Best Paper Award

Congratulations to Claris Castillo, computer science doctoral student, Dr. George Rouskas, professor, and Dr. Khaled Harfoush, assistant professor, who’s co-authored paper entitled, “Efficient Implementation of Best-Fit Scheduling for Advance Reservations and QoS in Grids,” was recently recognized with the best paper award at the fourth IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on End-to-end Virtualization and Grid Management.

The IFIP/IEEE International Workshop brings together leading figures from academia and industry to present and discuss the latest advances on management of networks and services. The Scientific Program included presentations given by leading invited speakers, as well as presentations based upon refereed papers selected by the International Program Committee.

The End-to-end Virtualization and Grid Management Workshop has been recently founded with a view to dealing with the very topical subject of managing virtualized resources in distributed environments, including resources that are dispersed geographically and/or administratively. The Workshop was sponsored by the IFIP with technical co-sponsorship by the IEEE Communications Society.


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