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The Call and Calendar section lists conferences, symposia, and workshops that the IEEE Computer Society sponsors or cooperates in presenting. Complete instructions for submitting conference or call listings are available at www.computer.org/conferences/submission.htm.
A more complete listing of upcoming computer-related conferences is available at www.computer.org/conferences/.
Computer seeks papers for a special issue on high-speed Internet security, to appear in June 2004. Guest editors are Simon Shim from San Jose State University, Li Gong from Sun Microsystems, Avi Rubin from The Johns Hopkins University, and Linley Gwennap from the Linley Group.
The growth of high-speed Internet service has strained the limits of existing network security measures. The CERT Coordination Center of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University indicates that the number of reported security-breach incidents in the first half of 2003 climbed to 76,404—compared to the 82,094 incidents reported for the entire year in 2002.
Computer's special issue will focus on strategies for maintaining robust security standards in ever-faster network environments. Proposed topics include but are not limited to Internet security architecture, security servers, virtual private networks, grid computing security, and XML security. In addition to papers on these topics, Computer solicits case studies and first-hand experiences with high-speed Internet security solutions.
Submission guidelines are available at www.computer.org/computer/author.htm. Send inquiries to the guest editors at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and linleyg@linley group.com. Send .pdf files by 5 January 2004 to email@example.com.
SC 2003 continues a 15-year tradition of highlighting the most innovative developments in high-performance computing and networking. The 2003 conference, scheduled for 15-21 November in Phoenix, Arizona, is organized around the theme Igniting Innovation.
In conjunction with the Phoenix-based SC 2003 events, participants at dozens of remote locations will be able to take part in SC Global, an interactive program highlighting high-performance computing achievements in the arts and sciences.
Registration fees range from $390 (member price, before 10 October) to $560 (late registration). For more information visit www.sc-conference.org/sc2003/.