Student Submissions Sought for TeraGrid 2011
Deadline for Submissions: June 3, 2011
Travel support is available
High school, undergraduate, and graduate students are invited to participate in the 2011 TeraGrid conference, TeraGrid 2011: Extreme Digital Discovery (www.teragrid.org/tg11/), which will be held July 18-21 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Student Poster Contest: How do you use computational science to solve science, engineering or mathematics problems? Let us know by submitting a poster that demonstrates your models, simulations, or visualizations. Awards will recognize the best poster in each of three categories: high school, undergraduate and graduate.
Student Research Papers: You can be one of three students acknowledged as a “TeraGrid Emerging Scientist.” How? If you are an undergraduate or graduate student and are working on a research project that uses TeraGrid or Open Science Grid resources, we encourage you to submit a paper that describes your research. Submit your paper to the Student Paper Track for review.
Travel support will provide domestic airfare, hotel accommodations (two students per room) and conference registration.
The deadline for student submissions is June 3. To submit, go to http://www.teragrid.org/tg11/submissions. Questions? Contact Laura McGinnis at email@example.com.