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 Submissions need not describe unpublished work, but priority will be given to novel material.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 email@example.com. Submissions must be received by Oct. 27. Notification of acceptance will be made on or before Nov. 1. Please address any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Program Committee: Frank Dabek Boon Thau Loo Andreas Haeberlen Organizing Committee: Frans Kaashoek Scott Shenker The IRIS project is funded by NSF ANI-0225660.