[Acpc-l] AURORA-GRID2001 workshop (December 11-12, 2001)

Ian Glendinning Ian.Glendinning@vcpc.univie.ac.at
Tue, 20 Nov 2001 19:09:49 +0100 (MET)

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************************* Call for Participation **************************

                        International AURORA Workshop
                           on Grid Computing 2001


                            December 11-12, 2001
                               Vienna, Austria


Workshop Co-Chairs: Karlheinz Schwarz (Vienna University of Technology)
                    Hans Zima (University of Vienna)

Sponsors:           Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
                    Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB)
                    City of Vienna

AURORA is a special research program sponsored by the Austrian Science Fund
(FWF)  focusing  on models,  applications  and  software  systems  for high
performance  computing.  Particular  emphasis is placed on the research and
development  of  algorithms,  high level  languages,  tools,  and  advanced
scientific  and  commercial  applications,  such as quantum  mechanics  and
financial optimization.

The  International  AURORA  Workshop on Grid  Computing  2001 is a forum to
discuss  new  research  in  software  and   applications   related  to  the
developments   in  Grid   architectures.  The  program   includes   keynote
addresses, invited lectures and a panel discussion.

Keynote speakers:

       Ian Foster (Argonne National Laboratory, USA) 
       Tony Hey (EPSRC and University of Southampton, UK) 
       Friedl Hossfeld (Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany) 
       Satoshi Matsuoka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) 
       Yaakov Mutnikas (Algorithmics Incorporated, Canada) 
       Andy Parker (Cavendish Laboratory, UK)
       Alexander Reinefeld (Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum Berlin, Germany) 

The full program, registration  details, and other information can be found
at the AURORA-GRID2001 Web site:


Questions  relating  to  workshop   participation  should  be  directed  to
Elisabeth Obermaier (mailto:aurora@par.univie.ac.at).