LCI is the premier international forum to share information on management, administration, and scientific computing techniques for high performance computing.
The 8th LCI International Conference on Clustered Computing will be held May 14-17, 2007, in South Lake Tahoe, California.
The conference is a four-day event that includes a conference, pre-conference tutorials, vendor presentations, and ample networking opportunities. The technical program focuses on experiences with applications, tools, user environments, and administration of large-scale clusters across a vast array of sectors.
Tapping into the beauty of the conference locale, organizers are planning a special mini-symposium showcasing ultra-scale environmental modeling featuring experts discussing the state-of-the-art in using clustered computers for high fidelity modeling of environmentally sensitive areas like the Tahoe Basin and the Sierra Mountains.
They also hope to have a special session on secondary and higher education use of, and support for, cluster computing.
Interested in presenting at the conference? Information on submitting an abstract is available online at http://www.linuxclustersinstitute.org. The deadline for paper submission has been extended until January 5, 2007. The program committee is also seeking tutorials, technical briefs, and poster presentations. Submission details are on the website.
Mark your calendar now and plan to attend. The 8th LCI International Conference on Clustered Computing is the one conference where you’ll simultaneously solve your problems, expand your knowledge base, and make valuable professional contacts.