A symposium on applications in research and teaching that use emerging network
High performance digital networks and distributed software systems
have the potential to change our whole social fabric and to
significantly influence and expand the way we work, communicate,
learn, retrieve and store information, and conduct research.
"Collapsing Time and Space: A High Performance Network Applications Symposium" brings together researchers in disciplines across the
sciences, the arts, and education. This symposium showcases the innovative applications in research and teaching being developed at IU under the High Performance Network Applications Program (HPNAP), an initiative of the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology.
The symposium will feature presentations and poster sessions by IU
researchers who are developing a new generation of applications that
effectively use the capabilities of high performance networks, such
as the Internet2 Abilene network and the TransPAC international
research network, as well as other emerging high performance network
Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President
for Information Technology.