Southeast Asia International Joint Research and Training Program in High-Performance Computing
Applications and Networking Technology
December 3rd, 2007~December 7th, 2007 @ NCHC, Taiwan
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The continuing growth of the IT industry in East and the Southeast Asia has had an immense impact not only the regional but the global economy as well. IT is by nature collaborative. The "Southeast Asia International Joint Research and Collaboration Program in High-Performance Computing Applications and Networking Technology" is an effort supported by Taiwan's National Science Council (NSC) to share and to disseminate current IT developments in High-Performance Computing and Networking within the region. The meeting will include seminars and discussions on Grid technology and its applications, sensor networks, advanced visualization, and optical research network. Future collaborations will also be discussed.
National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC) of National Applied Research Laboratories of Taiwan provides an opportunity for researchers to participate 2007 Southeast Asia International Program (SEAIP) for Joint Research and Training courses, which is dedicated specifically to high-performance computing application and network technology. The program provides one week training courses in 3-7, Dec, 2008 at NCHC, which allow participants to get hold of the most recent development in high-performance computing and networking.
In order to provide better focus of the program the training courses are jointly collocated with The Institute of Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly (PRAGMA), or PRAGMA Institute in short, in which the leaderships of PRAGMA working groups, such as Grid resources, Bioscience, Geoscience and Telescience, will be present and providing their insight of recent development in the respective Grid-related applications.
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