The IEEE Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC) addresses theoretical and experimental aspects of designing, developing, and evaluating scalable network computing systems, especially clusters and grids, and their applications. Specific topics of interest include cluster and grid interconnection networks, middleware, single-system image, resource and scheduling management policies, distributed programming environments, principles of scalable and reliable software engineering, and high-performance and high-availability computing applications. The TCSC sponsors workshops and conferences on these and related topics, and hosts the five annual flagship events: International Conference on Cluster Computing (Cluster'XY), International Super-Computing Conference (SC'XY), International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGrid'XY), International Conference on Grid Computing (Grid'XY) and International Conference on E-Science and Grid Computing (E-Science'XY) in addition to co-sponsoring other related events.