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Announcement - UK e-science AHM2008: Abstracts due 15 May

The venue for AHM 2008 is the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.
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UK e-Science AHM2008 is the principal e-Science meeting in the UK and brings together researchers from all disciplines, computer scientists and developers to meet and exchange ideas. The theme for this year's meeting is Crossing Boundaries: Computational Science, E- Science and Global E- Infrastructures. One of the central aims of this year's meeting is to promote the domain specific applications aspects of e-Science, as well as building bridges between the three communities of the theme title.

The meeting takes place the 8th - 11th September 2008 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Further details about the workshops and important information about the submission and review process, including guidelines for authors can be found at:

Please address any enquiries about abstract submission to .



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