P2P and higher education workshop - Jan. 30-31, 2002 - Tempe, AZ

Chris Rapier rapier at psc.edu
Thu Dec 13 16:27:10 UTC 2001

P2P and higher education workshop - Jan. 30-31, 2002 - Tempe,  AZ

We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this message.

We are pleased to announce the rescheduled workshop, "Collaborative 
Computing in Higher Education: Peer-to-Peer and Beyond", and encourage
to visit the registration page 
(http://www.internet2.edu/activities/html/p2pworkshop-reg.html) to
for what promises to be an excellent event!

Collaborative Computing in Higher Education: Peer-to-Peer and Beyond
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
January 30, 2002, 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm
January 31, 2002,  8:30 am - 5:00 pm

- REGISTER early and save $50.00! If you register by January 4, 2001, 
the  registration fee is $125 per person. After January 4, the
fee is $175.00 per person. Please note that registration is SEPARATE
the NLANR/Internet2 Joint Techs meeting. Go 
to  http://www.internet2.edu/activities/html/p2pworkshop-reg.html we 
have  to check this one!

- Lodging: The block of rooms at the Holiday Inn Phoenix-Tempe/ASU will
held only until *December 21, 2001* so book your room as soon as
Information on lodging is 
at  http://www.internet2.edu/activities/html/p2p-hotel.html

Participants include:
- David Anderson on "Lessons from SETI at home"
- Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago on
and Grid Computing"
- Andy Oram, O'Reilly Associates on "Research Possibilities to Pursue in 
Peer-to-Peer Networking"
- Bill St. Arnaud, CANARIE. Inc on "P2P Applications and eScience"
- Eytan Adar, Hewlett-Packard Labs on "A Peer-to Peer System for
Community Knowledge"
- Bob Knighten, Peer-to-Peer Evangelist, Intel on "Building the 
peer-to-peer computing community"
- Steve Waterhouse; Director of Engineering, JXTA Services and 
Applications, Sun Microsystems on "Project JXTA: A Technology Overview"

A preliminary schedule is available at: 

This workshop is being co-sponsored by SURA (Southeastern Universities 
Research Association) and Internet2.

If you have questions, please contact Dave Futey (dfutey at stanford.edu),
Preston (apreston at utk.edu) or Linda Roos (lroos at oar.net).

Please pass this message along for those you think may be interested.

Ana Preston
Office of Research and Information Technology
University of Tennessee

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