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United Kingdom Pavilion: SC 2007 Call for Demonstrators

SC07 the premier international conference on high performance computing will this year be held in Reno Nevada from November 10-16. http://sc07.supercomp.org/

Proposals are invited for demonstrations / presentations to be staged on the UK Pavilion. 9 workstation locations on the UK stand are available, each provided with display and network connections, plus a background area for the display of an A1 size poster.

This call is open to all researchers within the UK actively involved in an e-Science or HPC related project.

To bid for one of the spaces on the UK Pavilion stand, please submit a title and description of your proposed demonstration, using no more than 500 words, via email to Gillian.Sinclair@manchester.ac.uk before 31 August 2007. Please also include the name and contact details of the proposed presenter. If you have any specific requirements relating to your planned demonstration, such as equipment or literature that you would like us to transport for you, please contact Gillian.Sinclair@manchester.ac.uk as soon as possible.

Selection of demonstrators will be made during the first week of September.

Terms and Conditions for proposals:

  • Deadline for submission of demonstrator proposals is 31 August 2007.
  • Proposals should be no more than 500 words describing the project and the purpose of the demonstration.
  • Funding towards the cost of travel and subsistence will not be provided by the organisers this year. Please note that personal costs for attending and registering for SC07 are the responsibility of the individual.
  • All materials for shipping to SC07 must be at the STFC-RAL by the 10 th September otherwise they will NOT be shipped.
  • For further information contact Gillian Sinclair



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