The Grid is a rapidly developing computing structure that allows components of our information technology infrastructure, computational capabilities, databases, sensors, and people to be shared flexibly as true collaborative tools. Over the last 3 years there has been a real explosion of new theory and technological progress supporting a better understanding of these wide-area, fully distributed computing systems. After the advances made in distributed system design, collaborative environments, high performance computing and high throughput computing, the Grid is the logical next step.

The new Aims and Scope of FGCS will cover new developments in:

[1] Grid Applications and application support:

Novel applications

eScience and eBusiness applications

Problem solving environments and virtual laboratories

Grid economy

Semantic and knowledge based grids

Collaborative Grids and virtual organizations

High Performance and high throughput computing on grids

Complex application workflows

Scientific, industrial and social implications

Grids in education

[2] Grid methods and middleware:

Tools for grid development: monitoring and scheduling

Distributed dynamic resource management

Grid- and web-services

Information management

Protocols and emerging standards

Peer to peer and internet computing

Pervasive computing

Grid Security

[3] Grid Theory:

Process specification; program and algorithm design

Theoretical aspects of wide area communication and computation

Scaling and performance theory

Protocol verification

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