[AG-TECH] SC Global 2004
jkern at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Mon Apr 5 15:19:05 CDT 2004
CALL FOR SC GLOBAL 2004 PROPOSALS
DEADLINE: APRIL 19, 2004
Anchored in the newly constructed technology-enhanced Pittsburgh convention
center, SC Global 2004 will link Access Grid communities from around the
world to exchange ideas through highly informative talks, papers, panels
and BOFs on topics of interest to attendees.
SC Global 2004 will focus on traditional SC technical program content, as
well as the showcase of collaborative technologies for which SC Global has
traditionally been known. The SC Global committee looks forward to
receiving proposals for a wide variety of sessions, ranging from technical
papers on cluster architecture, to panels on grid middleware, to
birds-of-a-feathers on international networking.
By their nature, most successful proposals for the SC Global program will
be collaborative undertakings. Therefore, proposals will be reviewed not
only for their technical excellence, but also for their feasibility as an
AG event. However, presenters do not need to have an Access Grid node if
they will be presenting from the conference site in Pittsburgh.
** How to Submit a Proposal for the SC Global Program: **
- Start at the SC04 proposal submission web site
- Register as a user of the site, and log in
- In the pull-down menu at the top of the screen, select the type of
session you would like to submit:
- Technical Papers (with SC Global option)
- Panels (with SC Global option)
- Birds of a Feather (with SC Global option), or
- SCG Showcase
- Follow the directions to fill out the appropriate form.
Questions? Comments? Send mail to scglobal04 at sc-conference.org .
Jackie Kern, NCSA, SC Global Chair 2004
On behalf of the SC Global 2004 Committee:
Michael Daw,University of Manchester, Deputy Chair
Ivan Judson, ANL, Technical Director
Jeff Schwab, Purdue, General Producer
Jim Miller,inSORS, Node Manager
Julie Mullen, WPI, Archivist
Jennifer Teig von Hoffman, BU, Communications Liason
Paul Wefel, NCSA, Networking Liaison
Michael Robson, University of Manchester, Networking Specialist
Wenjun Liu,University of Chicago/ANL, Evaluation Specialist
Markus Buchhorn, ANU, Asia Pacific Remote Node Manager
Tiki Suarez,FAMU, Volunteer/Education Liaison
Kazuyuki Shudo, AIST (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology) , Outreach Specialist, Asia/Pacific
Amado Gonzalez, Florida International University, Outreach Specialist, MSI
Randy Groves, Boeing, Floor Manager
Cindy Seivers,LANL, North America Remote Site Manager
Jonathan Tyman, Internet2, Recording Specialist
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