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Experienced SETI@home teams should make some attempt to have someone attend this event.
Please do feel free to chat in this thread.
The 3rd Pan-Galactic BOINC Workshop:Geneva, Switzerland.
A workshop on BOINC will be held 5-6 September 2007 in Geneva, Switzerland. It is being hosted by the Geneva International Academic Network, with additional support from IBM. The organizers are David Anderson (UCB), Francois Grey (CERN), Randall Harbour (GIAN), Viola Krebs (ICVolunteers) and Christian Pellegrini (Univ. of Geneva).
The workshop follows the First and Second Pan-Galactic BOINC Workshops.
The objective of this workshop is to share information about BOINC and projects running on BOINC through short presentations and informal discussions, in a relaxed, open and friendly atmosphere. The workshop aims to stimulate new developments and activities related to BOINC, by allowing users to share their experience and requirements, giving developers the opportunity to outline their plans, and stimulating new collaborations between participants.
Who should attend
Anyone who is actively involved with BOINC/SETI@home is encouraged to attend.
9:00-12:30: Presentations by current and planned BOINC projects and deployment activities. Attendees are encouraged to give talks summarizing their project status, goals, and technical issues and requirements (20 minutes; a video projector will be available).
14:00-17:30: Continuation of project presentations
9:00-10:45: Progress report from the BOINC project.
11:00-12:30: Parallel meetings of special-interest groups (topics to be determined -- see below).
14:00-15:30: Parallel meetings of special-interest groups (topics to be determined).
15:45-17:30: Summaries of special-interest group discussions, and general discussion.
7 Sept (optional): Organised excursion to UN and international organisations (Palais des Nations, WHO, ITU, WIPO, UNHCR...)
8 Sept (optional): Alpine hiking
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Joined: 13 Jan 07
Considering it myself, but trans Atlantic flights get pricey. but ya never know .....
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