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7. Distributed Systems and Algorithms

Parallel computing is heavily dependent on and interacting with the developments and challenges concerning distributed systems, such as load balancing, asynchrony, failures, malicious and selfish behavior, long
latencies, network partitions, disconnected operations, distributed computing models and concurrent data structures, and heterogeneity. This track of Euro-Par provides a forum for both theoretical and practical
research, of interest to both academia and industry, on distributed computing, distributed algorithms, distributed systems, distributed data structures, and parallel processing on distributed systems, in particular in relation to efficient high performance computing.


  • Theory, design and practice of distributed algorithms and data structures
  • Analysis of the behavior of distributed systems and algorithms
  • Distributed operating systems
  • Resource and service discovery
  • Resource sharing in distributed systems
  • Distributed fault tolerance and self-stabilization
  • Scalability, concurrency and performance of distributed systems
  • Transactional memory
  • Self-organized and self-adjusting distributed systems
  • Collaborative computing
  • Modeling distributed environments
  • System support for parallelism


Chair: Domenico Talia (Università della Calabria, Italy)
Local chair: Stéphane Devismes (University of Grenoble Alpes, France)

Adriana Iamnitchi (University of Soth Florida, USA)
Alexandru Iosup (TU Delft, Netherlands)
Stefan Schmid (TU Berlin / Telekom Innovation Laboratories, Germany)
Josef Widder (TU Wien, Austria)

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