A week-long Cyberinfrastructure
Summer Institute for Geoscientists (CSIG) will be held from
August 16-21, 2004 at the San Diego Supercomputer Center,
University of California, San Diego. The CSIG is designed
to introduce geoscientists to commonly-used as well as emergent
information technology (IT) tools.
Topics to be covered include Data Modeling, Web Services,
and Geographic Information Systems. A brief introduction
will also be provided to key concepts in Grid Computing,
Parallel Programming, and Scientific Workflows, with a view
towards covering these topics in more detail in a subsequent
in attending the Institute, please submit a brief Statement
of Interest explaining its potential value to your research
and education activities by clicking the "Apply Here"
link on the menu to the left. While the Institute is open
to everyone, graduate students and postdocs are especially
encouraged to apply. A maximum of 40 attendees will be selected
from the pool of applicants.
will be available to cover local expenses, attendees will
be responsible for making their own travel arrangements
to and from San Diego.
To learn more
about the CSIG, please send email to email@example.com.