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Announcement - GridKa school registration opens


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Registrations have opened for the 5th International GridKaSchool in grid computing and e-science, to be held 10-14 September 2007 in Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany.

Early bird registration is available until 31 July 2007. 

This year’s focus will be on “Applied Grid Computing”.

The talks will cover subjects from grid applications and security to grids in industry, grid business models and sustainability.

Tutorials include three different middlewares (g-Lite, Globus, Unicore), middleware-independent access to grids (g-Eclipse), a high energy physics toolkit for compute clusters (PROOF), application development (SAGA) and administrator-oriented courses (virtualization, gLite installation, dCache installation).

The school fee is 95 Euro until early bird registration ends on 31 July; thereafter it will be 120 Euro.

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