TeraGrid ’09 'Call for Participation'

TeraGrid'09

June 22-26, 2009

Hyatt Regency Crystal City

Arlington, Virginia

 

The TeraGrid ’09 conference will showcase the capabilities and impact of the TeraGrid in research and education. All interested individuals are invited to participate. Submissions are sought for the science and technology presentation tracks, poster session, visualization showcase, and tutorials. 

 

SCIENCE TRACK

Submissions should demonstrate the impact of the TeraGrid through scientific results or the emergence of new communities. Submissions should: articulate the scientific problem; describe the scientific and computational methods and TeraGrid resources used; and present results, impact of the TeraGrid, and future plans. Work previously published in another venue or presented at another conference may be submitted for consideration. Accepted submissions will be included in the conference as 30-minute presentations.

 

For full submission details see: http://www.teragrid.org/tg09/participation

Questions? Contact Science Track Co-Chairs Shawn T. Brown (stbrown@psc.edu) or Jay Alameda (jalameda@ncsa.uiuc.edu). 

 

Science Track Dates

Submission site opens: Feb. 11

Science track abstracts due: March 20

Notification of acceptance: April 24

Final abstracts due for online publication: May 22

 

TECHNOLOGY TRACK

Submissions should present technology developments and capabilities that enable increased performance, productivity, and/or reliability of TeraGrid users, applications, and resources. Submissions should describe the technology in detail, discuss achieved or potential impact, and articulate future plans. Submissions must describe new, previously unpublished work. Accepted submissions will be included in the conference as 30-minute presentations.

 

For full submission details see: http://www.teragrid.org/tg09/participation/

Questions? Contact Technology Track Co-Chairs Chris Jordon (ctjordan@tacc.utexas.edu) or Tom Scavo (tscavo@ncsa.uiuc.edu). 

 

Technology Track Dates

Submission site opens: Feb. 11

Tech track papers due: March 20

Notification of acceptance: April 24

Final papers due for online publication: May 22

 

POSTERS

Posters should present new results or promising work in progress dealing with the use of the TeraGrid for scientific research and/or the development of new technologies for scientific computing. Accepted submissions will be included in the poster session, when at least one contributor to the project is expected to be present. 

 

For full submission details see: http://www.teragrid.org/tg09/participation/

Questions? Contact Posters Co-Chairs Daniel S. Katz (d.katz@ieee.org) or Shantenu Jha (sjha@cct.lsu.edu). 

 

Poster Dates

Submission site opens: Feb. 11

Poster abstracts due: May 1

Notification of acceptance: May 15

Final poster abstracts due for online publication: May 22

 

VISUALIZATION SHOWCASE

The Visualization Showcase provides a digital gallery of the powerful, evocative imagery associated with the TeraGrid's most exciting and compelling results. Submissions should have used TeraGrid resources to generate data, to produce the visualization, or both, and should be the result of work accomplished within the past year.  Accepted submissions will be displayed in the Visualization Showcase during the conference. 

 

For full submission details see: http://www.teragrid.org/tg09/participation/

Questions? Contact Visualization Showcase Co-Chairs Joseph Insley (insley@mcs.anl.gov) or Kelly Gaither (kelly@tacc.utexas.edu).

 

Visualization Showcase Dates

Submission site opens: Feb. 11

Visualization showcase abstracts due: April 24

Notification of acceptance: May 1

Final visualization abstracts due for online publication: May 22

 

TUTORIALS

Tutorials will provide in-depth training to effectively use TeraGrid resources and services. Tutorial proposals should specify: topic/title of the tutorial; proposed agenda; names and affiliations of all instructors; software requirements; any prerequisites; whether the tutorial is a half or full day; and whether the material is introductory, intermediate, or advanced. Preference will be given to hands-on activities.

 

For full submission details see: http://www.teragrid.org/tg09/participation/

Questions? Contact Tutorials Co-Chairs Scott Lathrop (scott@ncsa.uiuc.edu) or Sandie Kappes (skappes@ncsa.uiuc.edu).

 

Tutorial Dates

Submission site opens: Feb. 11

Tutorial proposals due: March 20

Notification of acceptance: April 24

Final tutorial materials due: May 22

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