The 23rd  IEEE/ACM International Symposium on

Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing

Bangalore, India | May 1-4, 2023

CCGRID 2023 Proceedings

Workshops Proceedings

Awards and Accolades

Diversity and Inclusion Track

Cloud India Conclave


Welcome to

CCGrid 2023

Research Track



Workshops & Posters





A successful CCGRID 2023 concludes! Proceedings are available at CCGRID and CCGRIDW. See the welcome messages from the General ChairsProgram Chairs and Diversity and Inclusion Chairs in the proceedings. List of best paper and poster award winners are here. See you all at CCGRID 2024 at Philadelphia, USA from May 6-9, 2024!


Dr. Deborah Agarwal from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is giving a keynote talk at CCGRID on the topic of “Lessons Learned in a Research Career in Computing, Data Science, and Management”.


Dr.  Eyal de Lara from the University of Toronto is giving a keynote talk at CCGRID/ICFEC on the topic of “System Software for Hierarchical Cloud Networks: Challenges and Opportunities”.


Dr. Manish Gupta, Director of Google Research India is giving a keynote talk at CCGRID on the topic of “Using Cloud and AI to Help Billions”.


Prof. Ewa Deelman from USC ISI is giving a keynote talk at CCGRID on the topic of “Scientific Workflow Management, is Artificial Intelligence the Answer?”.


Due to travel issues beyond his control, Dr. Bingsheng He (NUS) is unable to give a keynote talk as scheduled at CCGRID. We thank him for his efforts in supporting the conference!


DEI panel on “Holistically bringing about greater and more lasting forms of inclusion” announced. Panellists include Prof. Hemangee K. Kapoor (IIT-G), Prof. Meenakshi D’Souza (IIIT-B), Dr. Manohar Swaminathan (Microsoft Research) and Dr. Deborah Agarwal (LBL) will join, moderated by Prof. Beth Plale (IU)


Detailed program for the Cloud India Conclave posted. Join the discussion with experts from Indian Cloud industry, application domains, academics and open source community.


Preliminary Schedule for the conference programme has now been posted.


Conference registrations are now open! Author and early registrations close on Mar 24.


Results of Artifact Evaluation (AE) announced in the inaugural edition. 20 papers are awarded Open Research Objects (ORO) and/or Research Objects Reviewed (ROR) badges!


The list of accepted papers and posters at the CCGRID conference and co-located workshops have been posted.


Initial keynote speakers for the conference announced! Dr. Deb Agarwal (LBL), Dr. Manish Gupta (Google Research India) and Dr. Bingsheng He (NUS) are giving the plenary keynote talks.


Details of the conference venue at Chancery Pavilion, Bangalore and accommodation options have been posted in the Travel page.


More details for activities under the Diversity and Inclusion track, including keynote talk by Deb Agarwal, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA, has been posted.


Details for uploading the Camera Ready submission have been posted for all tracks of the conference, co-located workshops and ICFEC.


Preliminary details for the registration and travel/visa have been posted. The registration portal is yet to open. The conference venue is yet to be finalized.


Travel grant applications for students from India, and students and early career researchers from the USA are now open. See here for more details.


The submission deadline for Research Posters, SCALE Challenge and Early Career and Students’ Showcase have been extended by 1 week to Feb 7th, 2023.


The notifications for the research track papers are out! About 20% out of ~300 submitted papers are accepted/conditionally accepted


A limited number of travel grants are available to students and early career researchers from India and USA based on availability of funds. Having a poster accepted at the Early Career and Students’ Showcase is necessary to qualify for these grants. Submit your extended abstracts here by 31 Jan, 2023.


Details on the Call for Artifacts has been posted. Authors of accepted Research Papers, once notified, may optionally submit an Artifact for evaluation. Papers will be awarded the Open Research Objects (ORO) or Reusable/Research Objects Reviewed (ROR) badge if their artifacts are successfully evaluated.


Due to several requests from authors, Research Paper abstract and paper submission deadlines have been extended by 10 days.


Call for papers to the co-located 7th IEEE International Conference on Fog and Edge Computing (ICFEC) is now posted. Check it out here!


Several workshops are going to be co-located at CCGRID 2023. Check out their topics and calls for contributions.


The brand new CCGRID 2023 website goes live! Follow this page for latest updates.


Follow us on the CCGRID LinkedIn page here.


Follow us on the CCGRID’s Twitter handle here.


Call for Workshop Proposals now open. Send us your proposals! 

Summary of Message from the General Chairs

See welcome message for full details.

The 23rd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid) 2023 was successfully held from 1–4 May 2023 at Bangalore, India. This year, the conference welcomed attendees from across the world in a fully in-person format, and for the first time in India at the technology hub of Bengaluru (also called Bangalore). The conference had a robust participation with over 225 registrations from 26 countries. There was also a strong contingent of over 100 students among them, who benefited from the excellent technical program, keynote talks and mentorship opportunities.

The technical program featured 58 full research papers from among 275 submissions, for an acceptance rate of about 21%. These were complemented by 12 peer-reviewed research posters and 21 refereed students and early career researchers posters. As before, the conference hosted the annual TCSC SCALE Challenge, with three entries shortlisted for a live presentation and demonstration. The conference also co-located the 7th IEEE International Conference on Fog and Edge Computing (ICFEC), and 5 workshops on supplementary topics ranging from Big Data management to privacy and trust in

Cyber Physical Systems. CCGrid, for the first time, also introduced a double-blinded review process for full research papers. We also inaugurated an Artifact Evaluation (AE) track, with 20 papers receiging the Open Research Objects (ORO) or Reusable/Research Objects Reviewed (ROR) badge. The CCGRID and CCGRIDW official proceedings of the conference and workshops are available on IEEE Xplore.

There were several new activities we are introducing this year. One, was an emphasis on Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) led by Beth Plale and Preeti Malakar. The conference adopted a statement to “act with responsibility as its primary consideration, with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion as central goals.” Close attention was also paid to the selection of the organizing committee and the program committee members. A D&I keynote by Dr. Deborah Agarwal and a plenary panel on “Holistically bringing about greater and more lasting forms of inclusion” was also organized. There was also an exclusive mentorship reception for students from under-represented groups in computer science systems research.

A more broader student mentoring program ran through all days of the conference. This included general sessions for all students in research and higher education, focussed sessions for doctoral students and early career researchers, and a special mentoring session by ACM India Council. The conference offered over 40 student travel grants, thanks to the generous support from the ACM India Council and the US National Science Foundation (NSF). The conference this year also promoted the Cloud India Conclave, to help bring the local cloud community to deliberate on the state of the ecosystem through a series of panel discussions.

A special thanks to our sponsors: Meta, AMD, HPE, IBM, Google and Microsoft for their generous funding that helped support various diversity, outreach and student activities, while keeping the registration costs reasonable and ensuring a high quality experience.

Yogesh Simmhan, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

İlkay Altıntaş, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Deborah Agarwal

Scientific Data Division Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Dr. Manish Gupta

Director, Google Research India

Prof. Ewa Deelman

Research Professor and Research Director, USC Information Sciences Institute

Dr. Eyal de Lara

Professor and Chair, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

Diversity and Inclusion Panel

Prof. Beth Plale
Michael A and Laurie Burns McRobbie Bicentennial Professor of Computer Engineering, Indiana University Bloomington

Prof. Hemangee K. Kapoor 
Professor of CSE, Department of CSE,
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati

Prof. Meenakshi D’Souza
 Professor, International Institute of
Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB) 

Dr. Manohar Swaminathan
Principal Researcher,
Microsoft Research India

Dr. Ilkay Altintas
Chief Data Science Officer,
University of California, San Diego (UCSD), USA


The 23rd International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid 2023) is a leading forum to disseminate and discuss research activities and results on a broad range of topics in distributed systems, ranging from computing clusters and high performance computing to widely distributed clouds and emerging Internet computing paradigms such as Fog and Edge Computing for Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data applications. The conference will feature keynotes, technical presentations, posters, workshops, student symposium, industry interactions, the SCALE Challenge, and the co-located ICFEC conference.

An Emphasis on Diversity and Inclusion

CCGrid will act with responsibility as its primary consideration, with Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion as central goals. Authors and participants are encouraged to read the ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and the ACM Policy Against Harassment, and IEEE Computer Society’s expectation of professional behavior found in the IEEE Computer Society Open Conference Statement, the IEEE Event Conduct and Safety Statement, and the IEEE Code of Ethics.

To advance these goals, we are inaugurating a D&I track at CCGRID 2023 which will feature mentorship and travel support for under-represented groups.


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CCGrid comes to India for the first time!

The Host City:
Bangalore, India

“Silicon Valley” of India

  •  IT capital
  • Startup Hub: 27 Unicorns
  • Strong presence of Global and Domestic Cloud companies
  • Major aerospace, space and defence hub

Strong Academic Network

  •  Indian Institute of Science (IISc), the top university in India
  • Indian Institute of Management (IIM-B), a top management school
  • International Institute of Information Technology (IIITB), a top university of technology
  • Various engineering and technology colleges like MSRIT, PESIT, BMS, RVCE, etc.


  •  Mega city with 10 million residents, #3 most in India
  • 1km above sea level, 21-33’C in May, occational light showers
  • World-class Kempe Gowda Bangalore International Airport [BLR]
  • Top hotel brands near conference venue: Taj, Ritz-Carlton
  • Venue within walking distance of shopping and tourist attractions

 City with a history!

  •  Established in 1537
  • Within driving distance of cultural and UNESCO heritage sites: Hampi, Mysore Palace and Mahabalipuram
  • Weekend road-trips to tiger reserves, national parks and hill stations
  • Short flight away from the Taj Mahal in Agra and the beaches of Goa


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We, as the CCGrid community, are committed, both individually and collectively, to nurturing diversity and inclusion, sustaining a climate of mutual respect, and fostering a collaborative and supportive environment wherein everyone is empowered to succeed.

Authors and participants are encouraged to read the ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and the ACM Policy Against Harassment, and IEEE Computer Society's expectation of professional behavior found in the IEEE Computer Society Open Conference Statement, the IEEE Event Conduct and Safety Statement, and the IEEE Code of Ethics.