The Science of Cyberinfrastructure: Research, Experience, Applications and Models (SCREAM-15) conference in Portland, Oregon, July 16 is seeking submissions for papers. The deadline is Feb. 23. Visit the conference’s call for papers page for more details.

Topics of interest, in the context of distributed infrastructure, include, but are not limited to:

– Research
– Integration and interaction with commercial systems
– Cloud issues
– Sustainability and business models for both systems and software
– Integrating AAA systems
– Resilience
– Federation of resources
– Networking design/advances for widely distributed systems
– Clean slate designs
– Designing systems for data-intensive science, not just for computational science
– Quantitative/metrics driven design
– Management software
– Experiences, both successes & failures
– Cyberinfrastructure system experiences
– Software experiences
– Application experiences
– Applications
– Novel application types, including data-intensive applications
– Application requirements that lead to new systems characteristics
– Challenges in application development, deployment, and execution
– Models of theoretical performance
– Understanding actual performance
– Models
– Design principles
– Architecture layers, including middleware
– Next generation distributed cyberinfrastructure
– Research-As-A-Service