Summer 2008 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs Workshop

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Lightning Talks

Time 07/23/08 11:30AM-11:50AM

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Session Abstract

A Lightning Talk is a very short (no more than 5 minutes) talk on a topic of your choice - anything interesting or timely, or even a bit off the wall. Submissions will be solicited during the workshop. Please send proposals for Lightning Talks to jt-lightning-talks@internet2.edu.

Slides are optional. All slides must be pre-loaded on the podium laptop - you will not be permitted to use your own laptop, as there just won't be time for swapping. Slides must be received by the beginning of the afternoon break on Tuesday.

Remember, the 300-second limit will be strictly enforced! Some tips on how to do a successful Lightning Talk are at
http://perl.plover.com/lt/osc2003/lightning-talks.html.


Speakers

Speaker Tom Zeller Indiana University

Speaker Derek Morr Pennsylvania State University

Speaker Eric Brown Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Speaker Clark Gaylord Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Speaker Dave Hartzell NASA Advanced Supercomputing

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail IPv6 DNS: Getting to 20% (pdf)

Speaker Derek Morr Pennsylvania State University

media item thumbnail Liquid Storage (pdf)

Speaker Eric Brown Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

media item thumbnail Patterns of Scientific Computation: a speculative discussion (pdf)

Speaker Clark Gaylord Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

media item thumbnail Experiences with BBFTP (pdf)

Speaker Dave Hartzell NASA Advanced Supercomputing

Secondary tracks Security