IRIS Student Workshop 2004

MIT / The Stata Center / Cambridge, MA
Nov. 7 and 8, 2004

The second annual IRIS student workshop will be held at MIT on Nov. 7
and 8th. Submissions are requested of any student involved in the IRIS
project. In particular, the program committee requests submissions in
the areas of:

   - Large-scale distributed systems
   - Distributed Hash Tables: design, implementation, experience
   - Applications of DHTs
   - Theoretical results in the area of wide-area systems
   - Measurement studies of existing peer-to-peer or wide-area systems
   - Networking

Important dates:
    - Submission: Oct. 27
    - Notification: Nov. 1
    - Workshop: Nov. 7,8

Submissions should consist of a brief (two paragraphs recommended, one
page maximum) description of research into an area related to the IRIS
project. Authors whose submissions are accepted will be expected to
prepare a 15-minute presentation or a poster describing their
research. Submissions need not describe unpublished work, but priority
will be given to novel material. All submissions should be sent in
plain text format or as a MIME-encoded PDF or PostScript file to Submissions must be received by
Oct. 27. Notification of acceptance will be made on or before
Nov. 1. Please address any questions to

Program Committee:

Frank Dabek
Boon Thau Loo
Andreas Haeberlen

Organizing Committee:

Frans Kaashoek
Scott Shenker

The IRIS project is funded by NSF ANI-0225660.