Issues Call for Participation
SC2002, the annual high performance networking and computing conference, will be held in Baltimore Nov. 16-22, and organizers are now seeking technical paper abstracts as well as proposals for tutorials, workshops, panel discussions, and other program content. In Baltimore, participants from around the globe will once again gather to showcase new developments in information architectures, scalable computing, data analysis, applications, and collaborative technologies.
SC is the premier conference that brings together scientists, engineers, systems administrators, programmers, and managers to share ideas and glimpse the future of high performance networking and computing, data analysis and management, visualization, and computational modeling. High performance computers and networks are transforming terabytes of data into knowledge about the origins of our universe, the condition of our planet's ecosystems, and about our own genetic makeup.This year, SC will highlight how we can use our evolving cyberinfrastructure to tap into terabytes of data to gain insight into creating a world that is safer, healthier and better educated.
Submissions will be accepted at the SC2002 website beginning Monday, April 8. The submission deadline for technical papers, tutorials, workshops, panels, and Gordon Bell Prize nominations is Friday, April 26. For more information, see the program section of this website.