Twentieth ACM Symposium on
Principles of Distributed Computing
PODC is a conference that focuses on research in the theory, design, specification
or implementation of distributed systems. PODC is sponsored by SIGACT
Features of PODC 2001
PODC 2001 will be run in concert with a special Workshop
on Principles of Mobile Computing (POMC).
In honor of his sixtieth birthday, PODC will feature
series of lectures illustrating and celebrating the vast impact of
the work of Leslie Lamport.
This year, accepted brief announcements will be presented
in the conference as short talks.
There will be no poster session this year.
The second annual PODC
Influential Paper Award will be presented. Click
for the award's call for nominations.
2001 marks the beginning of a collaboration
between PODC and the Springer-Verlag journal Distributed Computing.
2001: Submission deadline for PODC papers (EXPIRED)
March 26, 2001: Acceptance notification
for PODC (EXPIRED). Click here
for a list of accepted papers
April 27 May
7, 2001: Camera-ready copy due for
papers accepted to PODC (EXPIRED)
June 15, 2001: Nominations due for
PODC 2001 Influential-Paper Award (EXPIRED)
So, You're Coming to PODC 2001
Program for PODC 2001
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PODC 2001 has been sponsored in part by generous
contributions from the following:
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
University of Connecticut Booth Research Center
Also Note ...
To celebrate twenty years of PODC, the journal Distributed
Computing is planning to publish a special issue, featuring surveys,
retrospectives, and personal perspectives. More information is available
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