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2nd Annual GRIDS Center Community Workshop
June 23-24, 2005
Gleacher Center
University of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
The GRIDS Center Community Workshop is highly interactive, with plenary discussions and extended workshops on critical issues such as security, data management, application development and software management.

May 5-6, 2005
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5th Annual Access Grid Retreat
April 26-29, 2005
Millbrae, California
The AG Retreats provide an interactive forum for the Access Grid community to share recent experiences and research findings, to present ideas for future AG technical directions and to train and educate AG newcomers. More information

GGF 13
March 14-17, 2005
Seoul, South Korea
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LCI Workshop
March 1-4, 2005
Urbana-Champaign, IL
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GlobusWORLD 2005
February 7-11, 2005
Boston, Mass.
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November 6-12, 2004
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Second International Summer School on Grid Computing
July 18-30, 2004
Naples, Italy
The second International Summer School on Grid Computing will feature leading experts lecturing on Grid middleware, deployment and applications for students, who will perform hands-on exercises.  More information


SPI GRID Summer School
June 21-25, 2004
Brownsville, Texas
The GRIDS Center is helping to organize and provide training for this summer enrichment event geared to graduate and undergraduate students in computational science and computer science.  Sponsors include the NASA Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy at the University of Texas at Brownsville and the NSF GriPhyN and iVDGL projects.  More information.


Access Grid Retreat
June 9-11, 2004
Toronto, Canada
The 4th Access Gridô (AG) Retreat will be hosted by Ryerson University in their Rogers Communication Center, an ideal venue for collaboration and interaction. More information.

June 4-6, 2004
Honolulu, Hawaii
The Thirteenth IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Distributed Computing will be a forum for presenting the latest research findings on the design and use of highly networked systems for computing, collaboration, data analysis, and other innovative tasks.  In recent years, HPDC has evolved into an important meeting place for researchers and practitioners in the area of distributed and grid computing to share scholarly results. As is demonstrated by the strong program for HPDC-12 (with a 20% acceptance rate), HPDC seeks the highest quality research contributions, and conference participation, in the field.  More information.

CCGrid 2004
April 19-22, 2004
Chicago, IL
CCGrid2004, sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society (final approval pending), is designed to bring together international leaders who are pioneering researchers, developers, and users of extreme clusters, networks, and Grid architectures and applications. The symposium will also serve as a forum to present the latest work, and highlight related activities from around the world.  More information


Global Grid Forum 10
March 9-13, 2004

Berlin, Germany
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GlobusWORLD 2004
January 19-23, 2004
San Francisco, California
GlobusWORLD 2004 will feature three tracks of invited speakers, lecturers, interactive panels, and forward-looking roundtables on Grid computing topics related to the Globus Toolkit. It follows the successful first GlobusWORLD held in January 2003, with over 450 attendees from 25 countries. See

November 15-21, 2003

Phoenix, Arizona
The SC conference marks its 15th year with SC2003. Thousands of high-performance computing and networking experts will see the latest technological tools, learn about new scientific applications, and listen to other experts present their most recent research. See

Global Grid Forum 9
October 5-8, 2003
Chicago, Illinois
The Global Grid Forum's ninth meeting featured four days of over 100 working group sessions and workshops.  Details are at

Applications Grid Workshop
September 9-10, 2003

Czestochowa, Poland 
The Applications Grid Workshop (AGW) was held in conjunction with the Fifth International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics. AGW seeks to provide a bridge between the application community and the developers and directors of grid policies and infrastructures. The workshop results may be used by the national and European governments while building the global grid infrastructures.  AGW's call for papers is at


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