3, 2002 Potential attendees of SC2002, the annual high
To qualify for the
advance registration discount, a registration form and payment must be
received by 5 p.m. EDT, Friday, Oct. 11. Registrations received between
Oct. 12 and Oct. 25 will be charged at the late/on-site registration rate;
those received after 5 p.m. EDT, Friday, Oct. 25, may not be acknowledged
and must be resubmitted for processing at SC2002. Online registration
information can be found at .
The upcoming conference
promises the most wide-ranging, vibrant program ever offered. Rita Colwell,
director of the National Science Foundation, will present the keynote
address, and visionaries and well-known leaders will speak on the state
of the field. Experts will participate in lively panel discussions, including
two sessions on the use of information technology for homeland security.
Several awards will be presented, including the High Performance Bandwidth
Challenge, sponsored by Qwest.
SC2002, the annual
high performance networking and computing conference, brings together
scientists, engineers, educators, visualization artists, programmers,
and business leaders to share ideas and glimpse the future of high performance
networking and computing, data analysis and management, visualization,
and computational modeling. SC2002 is sponsored by the Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers Computer Society and by the Association for
Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Architecture.
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