Special Edition- September 30, 2002
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will be held Nov. 16-22 in Baltimore, Md.
ONLINE INTERACTIVE CALENDAR MAKES PERSONAL SC PLANNING
For the first time in the history of the SC conference
series, attendees now have an online calendar that they
can use to customize their personal schedule for SC2002.
The online calendar, which debuted today (September
30), provides an easy way to navigate through the 67
technical papers, 31 tutorials, 5 plenary sessions,
6 panels, 32 poster presentations, 16 Masterworks sessions
and 25 Birds of a Feather programs currently scheduled.
online calendar is created so that after picking the
sessions you want to attend, the information is compiled
and sent to you via email for storing on your laptop
or PDA. The calendar will be updated about once a week
as needed, and will remind attendees to update their
personal agendas just before heading off to Baltimore.
To use the interactive calendar go to the main SC2002
website at and click on "Interactive Calendar"
in the menu bar.
GRID COMPUTING WORKSHOP TO BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION
Registration is now open for the Third International
Workshop on Grid Computing, which will be held Monday,
Nov. 18, in conjunction with SC2002. GRID 2002 is an
international meeting that brings together the grid
community of researchers, developers, practitioners,
and users. The objective of GRID 2002 is to serve as
a forum to present current and future work as well as
to exchange research ideas in this field. GRID 2002
will have a special focus on Grid Applications. SC2002
attendees who register for the technical program will
also be able to attend this workshop as part of their
registration. More information and links to the GRID
2002 website can be found at
(click on GRID 2002) and at the main Technical Program
EXHIBITOR CONNECTION REQUESTS DUE OCTOBER 1
Exhibitors still have time to submit network connection
requests to SCinet, the network services provider for
SC2002. Exhibitors received their SCinet account information
via email on July 29. Network connection requests can
be made via the SCinet Web page at
Network connection requests received after October 1
are subject to late charges and will be filled on a
best-effort basis only. Exhibitors with questions about
their accounts may contact SCinet at firstname.lastname@example.org.