Edition, April 25, 2002
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under the theme "From Terabytes to Insights,"
will be held Nov. 16-22 in Baltimore, MD.
Program Content Deadlines Extended to May 3
Due to popular demand, the final deadline for submitting
technical papers, tutorials and panels for SC2002 has
been extended one week to Friday, May 3. In addition,
the SC2002 Education Program deadline has been extended
to May 30 to give educators more time to form teams.
The deadline for submitting research exhibit requests
remains Friday, April 26, while the deadline for poster
submissions is July 29. SC2002, the annual conference
of high performance networking and computing, features
the theme "From Terabytes to Insights," and
includes seven days of technical programs, technological
demonstrations and exhibits, and educational outreach.
The conference convenes Nov. 16-22 at the Baltimore
SC program submissions are now being accepted via the
Web for panels, posters, technical papers (extended
abstracts), and tutorials. The submissions pages can
be accessed from the SC2002 Technical Program Web page:
. Each technical paper submission must also identify
the prize category for which it is to be considered,
such as the Gordon Bell Prize.
For more conference info, see.