[BiO BB] CALL FOR PRESENTERS: Bioclusters 2004 Workshop
crasmen at magic.fr
Thu Oct 9 21:48:01 EDT 2003
At 20:06 -0400 on 09/10/2003, you wrote:
> MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT / CALL FOR PRESENTERS
> BIOCLUSTERS 2004 Workshop
> March 30, 2004
> Hynes Convention Center, Boston MA USA
> * Speakers Wanted - Please Distribute Where Appropriate *
> Organized by several members of the bioclusters at bioinformatics.org
> mailing list, the Bioclusters 2004 Workshop is a networking and
> educational forum for people involved in all aspects of cluster and
> grid computing within the life sciences.
> The motivation for organizers of this event was the cancellation of the
> O'Reilly Bioinformatics Technology Conference series and the general
> lack of forums for researchers and professionals involved with the
> applied use of high performance IT and distributed computing techniques
> in the life sciences.
> The primary focus of the workshop will be technical presentations from
> experienced IT professionals and scientific researchers discussing real
> world systems, solutions, use-cases and best practices.
> This event is being held onsite at the Hynes Convention Center on the
> first day of the larger 2004 Bio-IT World Conference+Expo. BioIT-World
> Magazine is generously providing space and logistical support for the
> meeting and workshop attendees will have access to the expo floor and
> keynote addresses. Registration & fees will be finalized in short
> Presentations will be broken down among a few general content areas:
> 1. Researcher, Application & End user Issues
> 2. Builder, Scaling & Integration Issues
> 3. Future Directions
> The organizing committee is actively soliciting presentation proposals
> from members of the life science and technical computing communities.
> Interested parties should contact the committee at bioclusters04 at open-
> Bioclusters 2004 Workshop Committee Members
> J.W Bizzaro - Bioinformatics Organization Inc.
> James Cuff - MIT/Harvard Broad Institute
> Chris Dwan - The University of Minnesota
> Chris Dagdigian - Open Bioinformatics Foundation & BioTeam Inc.
> Joe Landman - Scalable Informatics LLC
> The committee can be reached at: bioclusters04 at open-bio.org
> About the Bioclusters Mailing List Community
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> for users, builders and programmers of distributed systems used in life
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