Instructions for 2008

eScience2008 | MGC2008 and LAGrid08 | GADA2008 | Web2.0-2008 | HPCC2008 | Europar2008 | FMC2008 | WaGe2008 | ACES2008 | eScienceA2008 | MCNSS2008 | STHEC2008


Instructions for eScience2008

  • This issue is by invitation only to selected papers from the 2008 Microsoft eScience Workshop at Indianapolis
  • The editors of this special issue are Tony Hey and Kristin Tolle
  • Please submit papers to Manuscript Central as eScience2008 special issue by March 31st, 2009
  • Notification of Acceptance/Reviewer comments will be given May 15th, 2009
  • Final papers are due July 31st, 2009.
  • There is a 15 page limit (12 point single space inclusive of figures and tables) with a preference towards 10-12 pages including figure and tables
  • Please submit your papers in Word or PDF. Either will be accepted.

Instructions for MGC2008 and LAGrid08

  • This issue is by invitation only to selected papers from MGC2008: 6th Intl. Workshop on Middleware for Grid Computing and LAGrid08 - 2nd Latin American Grid Workshop
  • The editors of the special issue are B Schulze, and Geoffrey Fox.
  • Please submit paper toManuscript Central as MGC2008 special issue by March 1, 2009
  • Notification of Acceptance/Reviewer comments will be given by April 1, 2009.
  • Final Papers are due May 1, 2009.
  • Electronic Publication: four months after all final papers submitted
  • There is a 18 page length limit (12 point single space inclusive of figures and tables).
  • Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word; most papers are submitted in Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted.

Instructions for GADA2008

  • This issue is for innovative papers from participants at International Conference on Grid Computing, High Performance and Distributed Applications, Monterrey, Mexico. 13-14 November 2008.
  • The editors of the special issue are Pilar Herrero, Dennis Gannon, Maria S. Perez and Daniel S. Katz
  • Please submit paper to Manuscript Central as GADA2008 special issue by March 31, 2008 * Comments will be given by May 28, 2009.
  • Final Papers are due July 15, 2009. Electronic Publication: October 2009.
  • There is no page length limit other than that referees find acceptable
  • Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted.

Instructions for Web2.0-2008

  • Call For Papers: Web 2.0 Technologies and Beyond: from Folksonomies to Clouds. Special issue
  • Guest Editor: Roberto V. Zicari
  • Papers due January 15 2009; reviewed by March 15 2009; Final Papers April 15 2009; Published online September 2009
  • We are soliciting innovative papers on Web 2.0 Technologies and Beyond. Papers covering both fundamental research and/or practical applications of the technologies are sought.
  • Topics of interest include:
    • Mashups
    • Weblog-publishing tools
    • Wiki and forum software
    • User Profiles
    • Social networking,
    • Mobile Web
    • Folksonomies(collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social tagging)
    • Microformats
    • Rich Internet application techniques
    • Syndication, aggregation and notification of data
    • Web standards for collaborative applications
    • e-Communities and Web-based collaboration
    • Collaborative filtering and content ranking using social media
    • Data management in collaborative open applications
    • Assured data sharing and integration of access control policies
    • Data sharing incentives and risks - User Experience
    • Process innovations, design patterns, and frameworks for web applications
    • Development platforms
    • Clouds Computing technologies
    • Web 3.0

Instructions for HPCC2008

  • This issue is by invitation to selected High-Performance Computing and Networking oriented papers from participants at The 10th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC-08), Dalian, China, September 25-27, 2008.
  • The editors of the special issue are Geyong Min, Keqiu Li, and Laurence T. Yang
  • Please submit a paper to Manuscript Central as HPCC2008 special issue by January 5, 2009
  • We highlight that each journal paper has to extend the conference version by containing at least 30% new material.
  • Comments will be given by March 5, 2009
  • Final Papers are due May 1 2009. Electronic Publication: September 2009
  • There is no page length limit other than that referees find acceptable
  • Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word; most papers are submitted in Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted.
  • More information on the special issue can be found at 

Instructions for Europar2008

  • This issue is by invitation only to selected papers of the Conference Euro-Par 2008.
  • The editors of the special issue are Luc Bouge and Christian Lengauer.
  • Please submit paper to Manuscript Central as EuroPar2008 special issue by October 31, 2008 and comments will be given by February 1, 2009. Final Papers are due March 1, 2009. Electronic Publication: July 2009.
  • There is a 15 page limit (12 point single space inclusive of figures and tables).
  • Wiley has LaTeX templates but no special templates for Word. Either LaTeX or Word accepted, but LaTeX is preferred. Please ignore any Wiley instructions that do not agree with these rules

Instructions for FMC2008

  • This issue is for the multicore-application-oriented papers from participants at the Frontiers of Multicore Computing (FMC) workshop, Baltimore, USA 27-28 August 2008
  • The editors of the special issue is Shujia Zhou, Yelena Yesha, and Milton Halem
  • Please submit a paper to Manuscript Central as FMC2008 special issue by December 1, 2008
  • Comments will be given by February 1, 2009
  • Final Papers are due May 1 2009. Electronic Publication: September 2009
  • There is no page length limit other than that referees find acceptable
  • Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word; most papers are submitted in Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted.
  • More information on the special issue can be found at 

Instructions for WaGe2008

  • The issue is by invitation to selected papers of the WaGe2008 Workshop
  • The editor of special issue is Jinjun Chen
  • Each author team agrees to referee 3 of their colleague's papers
  • Please submit initial papers and reviews to the editors. Please submit FINAL paper to Manuscript Central as WaGe2008 special issue.
  • There is a 15 page length limit (12 point single space inclusive of figures and tables). Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word; most papers are submitted in Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted. Please ignore any Wiley instructions that do not agree with these rules!

Instructions for ACES2008: Computation and Informatics in Earthquake Science: The ACES Perspective

  • This issue is for computationally oriented papers from participants at 6th ACES International workshop Cairns, Australia 11 - 16 May 2008
  • The editor of the special issue is Geoffrey Fox
  • Please submit paper to Manuscript Central as ACES2008 special issue by December 15, 2008
  • Comments will be given by February 1, 2009.
  • Final Papers are due April 1 2009. Electronic Publication: August 2009.
  • There is no page length limit other than that referees find acceptable
  • Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word; most papers are submitted in Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted.

Instructions for eScienceA2008

  • This issue is by invitation only
  • The editors of the special issue are Luc Moreau and Geoffrey Fox
  • Please submit paper to Manuscript Central as eScienceA2008 special issue by July 1, 2008
  • Notification of Acceptance/Reviewer comments: August 1 2008
  • Final Manuscript due: September 1 2008
  • Electronic Publication: four months after all papers submitted
  • There is a no page length limit.
  • Wiley has Latex templates but no special templates for Word; most papers are submitted in Word. Either Latex OR Word accepted.

Instructions for MCNSS2008

  • The issue is by invitation to selected papers of International Workshop on Network and System Security (NSS 2008)
  • The editors of special issue are Dr Yang Xiang and Prof Wanlei Zhou
  • Please submit paper to Manuscript Central as MCNSS2008 special issue
  • Submission deadline: 20 Nov 2008
  • 1st round notification: 23 Dec 2008
  • Revision deadline: 20 Jan 2009
  • Final notification: 30 Jan 2009.

Instructions for STHEC2008

  • This issue is by invitation only to selected papers of the Workshop on Scalable Tools for High-End Computing (STHEC 2008)
  • The editors of the special issue are Michael Gerndt, Jesus Labarta, Bart Miller
  • Submission deadline is July 31st 2008. The submission system is to be decided.
  • Electronic Publication: four months after all final papers submitted
  • There is a 15 page length limit using Wiley Latex templates
  • Wiley has Latex templates Only LaTeX will be accepted. Please ignore any Wiley instructions that do not agree with these rules.