HPNAP grant recipients,
The High Performance Network Applications Program (HPNAP), now in
its second year, continues to support research into groundbreaking
network applications that are significantly accelerating the
evolution of next-generation network-based applications and
research tools at Indiana University. Through HPNAP-supported
initiatives such as yours, the University is realizing
considerable competitive advantages in the areas of teaching and
learning, distributed education, scientific research, creative
endeavors, and new collaborative technologies.
Appropriately, it is now time to come together to review and
assess the program and its results. To this end, we have scheduled
a symposium, consisting of a series of talks and poster sessions,
to highlight the program's projects, results, and ongoing
research. The symposium, "Collapsing Time and Space," will be held
on April 6, 2001, from 9:00am - 3:45pm in the Lilly Library
Auditorium on the IUPUI campus. Poster sessions are tentatively
scheduled from 9:00-10:00am and 12:30-1:15pm in the IUPUI Main
Library (lobby area, first floor).
If at all possible, I am asking you (and/or your project team) to
plan to present a poster session. Please advise me at your
earliest opportunity if you will not be able to participate.
You will need to send your abstract as soon as possible. Poster session
details and guidelines are below.
Feel free to contact me if you have further questions. We look forward
to your participation. (NOTE: as an HPNAP grant
recipient, you will be automatically registered for the
symposium. Let us know if you will not be attending.)
Rick McMullen, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist, Advanced Information Technology Laboratory
University Information Technology Services
Poster Session Guidelines
- Poster sessions are limited to HPNAP grant recipients
- Abstract deadline: Friday, February 23. Please send to
- Please limit your abstract to 150 words or less
- Poster sessions will consist of printed posters only; please,
- Poster session participants will be provided a 4' x 4' space
(cork board) to display their poster
- Handouts are encouraged