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EGI User Forum 2011 in Vilnius, Lithuania at April 11-15

posted 3 Feb 2011, 02:53 by Unknown user   [ updated 3 Feb 2011, 02:53 by Matthias Hofmann ]

The EGI User Forum 2011, organised by EGI.eu, Vilnius University and LITNET in Vilnius, Lithuania, 11-15 April 2011, with the support of the EGI-InSPIRE and European Middleware Initiative (EMI) projects welcomes contributions from the European e-Infrastructure community, and their (but are not limited to):

  • Current research approaches or results obtained from using e-Infrastructures
  • Domain specific and generic portals that simplify access to e-Infrastructures
  • Experiences from applications ported, developed or deployed with e-Infrastructures
  • End-user environments (tools/portals/gateways) for accessing e-Infrastructure
  • Services or software relating to large-scale data analysis or data-oriented applications on distributed computing infrastructures
  • Provision and support for user-oriented e-Infrastructures
  • Management and/or exploitation of emerging computing technologies (desktops, virtualisation, clouds)
  • Integration, sharing and exploitation of national and international e-Infrastructure
  • Delivery of operational e-Infrastructure services to its users

Abstracts can be submitted at https://www.egi.eu/indico/conferenceCFA.py?confId=207 until 24th December 2010.

The event will feature an exhibition area open for organisations active within the EGI community (projects, NGIs, companies) to present their work. In addition, end-users, application and tool developers, operations staff and others are encouraged to participate by submitting abstracts for:

  • Oral presentations
  • Posters
  • Demonstrations
  • Workshops

We welcome online submissions of extended abstracts (not full technical papers) that include a brief overview, a description of work, impact of work, and main conclusions. Accepted abstracts for oral presentations will be published in the conference's book of abstracts. The programme committee will group related oral presentations into sessions, wherever possible. Some submitted oral presentations may following review by the programme committee be assigned to a poster session.

Posters will be on display all week during the event and the selected demonstrations will have allocated time on the booths provided.

The exhibition area will be open for organisations active within the EGI community to present their work. Requests for co-located workshops will need to identify how the workshop organisers will ensure a high-quality programme that is relevant to the EGI community. An exhibitors guide will be available after Christmas.

Further information is available from the EGI User Forum 2011 pages.

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