[AG-TECH] AG Retreat 2002
stevens at mcs.anl.gov
Sun Dec 16 14:04:00 CST 2001
Yes. that would be interesting.. EVL has also done some iPAQ work.
At 02:39 PM 12/15/2001 -0500, Tom Coffin wrote:
>It would be interesting to see a presentation and
>demonstration of the IPAQ work being done by Motorola
>At 07:50 PM 12/14/2001 -0600, Rick Stevens wrote:
> >Hi Bob,
> >We nailed the dates finally!! March 4-5 in San Diego and are starting to
> >work on a program.. I'm open to
> >suggestions on content. I plan to email out to folks that
> volunteered to
> >help put the program together later this weekend.
> >At 03:04 PM 12/13/2001 -0900, Bob Huebert wrote:
> >>Hi Rick,
> >> Any further info on the retreat?
> >>At 9:42 PM -0600 10/29/01, Rick Stevens wrote:
> >>>We are beginning to think about scheduling for an AG retreat in early
> >>>The retreat will likely be a two or three day meeting that will include
> >>>contributed presentations from the AG community on future technical
> >>>directions including scalability and security, research related to
> >>>human factors issues, AG community development and future
> directions, AG
> >>>applications development and APIs, AG implementation,
> >>>the AG, AG event planning, etc.
> >>>We are tentatively thinking of January or February in San Diego
> >>>I can convince them to host the meeting). This year we will be
> >>>a small program committee to help set up the program for the meeting if
> >>>you would like to help with that please send me an email.
> >>Bob Huebert email: huebert at arsc.edu
> >>HPC Visualization Systems Analyst voice: (907) 474-5751
> >>ARSC University of Alaska Fairbanks FAX: (907) 474-5494
>Tom Coffin .......................... tcoffin at ncsa.uiuc.edu
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