11th ACM SIGOPS European Workshop
September 20 to 22, 2004
Leuven, Belgium


Authors are invited to submit position papers to the 11th ACM SIGOPS
European Workshop reporting on original research related to the
design, implementation, and analysis of computer systems. We seek
contributions from all fields of systems practice. Topics of interest
include, but are not restricted to:

        Fault tolerance         Security  
        Scalability             Performance  
        Ubiquitous computing    Mobile computing 
        Power management        File systems  
        Sensor Networks         I/O architectures    
        Overlay networks        Multimedia systems
        Self-managing systems   Hardware/software interaction
                                
To ensure a productive workshop environment, attendance is limited to
about 60 participants who are active in the field. Each potential
participant should submit a position paper. Participants will be
invited based on the originality, technical merit and topical
relevance of their submissions, as well as the likelihood that the
ideas expressed in their submissions will lead to insightful technical
discussions at the workshop. Please do not submit abbreviated versions
of journal or conference papers.

Submissions will be done electronically. Detailed instructions for the
submission process can be found at the conference web site. Submitted
papers must be no longer than five (5) Letter or A4 pages in a
typeface no smaller than 10 point. The page limit includes everything:
references, title page, figures, appendices, etc.

Important dates
Submission deadline: March 9, 2004 (extended)
Acceptance notification: June 1, 2004
Workshop: September 20 to 22, 2004

Program Committee 
Lorenzo Alvisi, University of Texas at Austin, US
Paul Barham, Microsoft Research, UK
Yolande Berbers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium (General Chair)
Miguel Castro, Microsoft Research, UK (Program Chair)
Peter Druschel, Rice University, US
Krisztian Flautner, ARM, UK
Steven Hand, Cambridge University, UK
Barbara Liskov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Gilles Muller, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
Andrew Myers, Cornell University, US
Antony Rowstron, Microsoft Research, UK
Willy Zwaenepoel, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Maarten van Steen, Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands