Exhibits Deadline Extended, 4.26.02
from the SC2002 Research Exhibits Committee!
for submitting SC2002 Research Exhibit Applications has been extended
to May 8, 2002 (click the link below to go to the Research Exhibit application
- If your institution
has not yet completed an SC2002 Research Exhibit Application, we would
like to encourage you to do so promptly.
- If your Research
Exhibit application is already complete, we would request that you
verify that the indicated booth size listed on your SC2002 Research
Exhibit Application form is correct for your institution.
sizes/locations in the Exhibit Hall are in part determined by the
information and special requests included on your institutions application.
More importantly, after submitted SC2002 Research Exhibit applications
are received and requests for specific booth sizes are determined,
the exhibit floor plan will be finalized and the approval of further
requests for changes in booth size should be considered unlikely.
Note2: The final location of your booth will be decided upon during
the selections/allocations process similar to previous SC conferences.
This process will start during the week beginning May 13th, 2002.
- Note that our
information on institutional contacts may not be comprehensive. Please
help us disseminate the above information to current and prospective
SC2002 exhibitors. We would rather duplicate the information distributed
rather than risk unintentionally leaving an institution out of the
For more information,
SC2002 Research Exhibits information is posted to the SC2002 website,
which can be found at: . From there, select the
Exhibits link followed by the Research link to visit the Research Exhibits
The members of the SC2002 Research Exhibits Committee look forward to
working with you and your institution!
Ernie Marshburn, East Carolina University
Becky Verastegui, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Laura Chavez-Becker, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Wendy Creasey, East Carolina University
Barb Helland, Krell Institute
Naoki Hirose, National Aerospace Laboratory, Japan
Michael Resch, University of Stuttgart, HPC Center, Germany
Ken Washington, Sandia National Laboratory