from the SC2002 Research Exhibits Committee,
Your Research Exhibit submission has been approved!
Next you will be given an opportunity to participate
in the booth space selections process, which
is about to begin. That process will be initiated
by a separate email note indicating that it
is your institutions turn to select a specific
booth location. In preparation for this booth
selection process, you may want to review the
1. The final version of the SC2002 Exhibit floor
plan has been posted and may be reviewed at:
2. Other important information can be found
on the Research Exhibits Program web site at:
3. The selection process will be sub-divided
into zones as follows:
Zone/SubdivisionZone Selections Coordinator
General Exhibitors Ernie Marshburn,
Becky Verastegui, Ken Washington
Pacific Rim Naoki Hirose
UK/European Region Michael Resch
DOE Office of Science Becky Verastegui
Academic Village Barb Helland, Wendy
All 5 selections processes will run simultaneously
with each respective zone coordinator/s responsible
for the selection process within that zone.
Coordinators will observe the traditional priority
point system within each zone.
5. SC2002 Research Exhibit Program Selection
rules are as follows:
The exhibit floor plan is considered final.
Booths will not be moved from illustrated
locations on floor plan.
Once notified, exhibitors will be allowed
48 hours (excluding weekends) to make their
selection. In the event that an Exhibitor
fails to make a selection during the allocated
48 hours, the Research Exhibits Committee
will make their space selection for them and
the process will continue with the next exhibitor
on the priority list.
Once an RE Booth selection has been submitted,
the selection can not be changed until the
selection process has ended for all Research
The exhibit floor map showing the location of
all research exhibit selections will be updated
after each selection.
7. Following the completion of the selections
process, a list of all RE's will be posted to
the Research Exhibits web site. A world map
is also available on the SC2002 Research Exhibits
Program web site illustrating the states/countries
attached MS Word documents (also available on
the SC2002 Research Exhibits Program web site)
are being made available for your use and review.
Hopefully, this information will be of use to
you during the selections process and in preparations
leading to a successful and exciting SC2002
Research Exhibit Program experience! However,
if you have any difficulty with the selections
process, please feel free to communicate with
us at: email@example.com.
Research Exhibits Committee
Marshburn, East Carolina University, USA
Becky Verastegui, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Laura Chavez-Becker, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Wendy Creasey, East Carolina University, USA
Barb Helland, Krell Institute, USA
Naoki Hirose, National Aerospace Laboratory,
Ken Washington, Sandia National Laboratory,
Michael Resch, University of Stuttgart, HPC