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Announcement - NorduGrid 2007: September dates and scholarships

Nine million people live and work within a 300 kilometer radius of Copenhagen, which was rated the eighth highest city in a 2005 survey of “quality of life” by Mercer Human Resource Consulting.
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The NorduGrid 2007 Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 24-28 September 2007.

Conference participation is free of charge; scholarships covering travel and accommodation support will be offered to five students.

Registration closes 19 September 2007.

The conference is co-organized by several NorduGrid-related projects: EU KnowARC, the Nordic DataGrid Facility and the Nordunet3 NGIn project.

NorduGrid is a collaboration between the Danish Instrument Center for CERN Experiments (ICE), the Helsinki Institute of Physics, Lund University, Oslo University and Uppsala University, aimed at the development, maintenance and support of a free grid middleware known as the Advance Resource Connector (ARC).


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