Legion Group/Applied Metacomputing Winter 2000 Workshop
A joint UVa-Applied Metacomputing winter Legion workshop will be held January 18-20, 2000, at the University of Virginia's Computer Science Department. Sessions will include introductory information, starting a system, running applications, and more advanced system administration. Most of the sessions will be hands-on and provide practical instruction. This workshop is intended for all levels of users, and will include information on customizing and troubleshooting systems. Participants from academic, government, and corporate settings are welcome. We will be holding a second workshop May 23-25, 2000.
The schedule is currently laid out to progress from basic information to more complex administrative issues. Later days may be skipped.
All sessions will be held at the University of Virginia in Olsson Hall, Charlottesville, Virginia. There is no charge for participating. Hotel information and other workshop information is available below.
If you wish to attend, please sign up via an e-mail to email@example.com by ***JANUARY 11, 2000****. Please include your name, affiliation, e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number.
We have a block of 40 rooms reserved at The Red Roof Inn in Charlottesville. The Red Roof is within walking distance to the UVa grounds.
We strongly suggest that you make reservations by January 5 in order to get the special rate. Be sure to mention that you are with the Legion Project Workshop. The hotel will request a credit card to hold the reservation.
Parking will be very limited so transportation will be provided between the Red Roof Inn and Olsson Hall by the Legion Group. Please let us know if you will need a parking permit. If you are driving here, maps to Olsson Hall, UVa, and Charlottesville are available on the UVa CS department web site.
Last modified: Tue Jan 4 09:52:04 2000
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This work partially supported by DOE grant DE-FG02-96ER25290, Logicon (for the DoD HPCMOD/PET program) DAHC 94-96-C-0008, DOE D459000-16-3C, DARPA (GA) SC H607305A, NSF-NGS EIA-9974968, NSF-NPACI ASC-96-10920, and a grant from NASA-IPG.