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Issue 155: iSGTW 16 December 2009

  •  Feature - GRAPPAling with evolutionary history
  •  Feature - An interview with the "Particle-Zoo Keeper"
  •  Feature - Arie Shoshani talks about Scientific Data Management
  •  Link of the week - GridCast at e-Science Oxford 2009
  •  Special Announcement - iSGTW on winter holidays
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: PRACE Award for young scientists
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: First ACM Symposium on Cloud Computing
  •  Announcement - ParaPLoP 2010 accepting papers
  • Issue 154: iSGTW 9 December 2009

  •  Feature - Observing oceans online
  •  Feature - Biology group issues challenge to computing
  •  Feature - Case study: The GeoChronos web portal
  •  Word of the week - Transparent
  •  Image of the week - Supercomputing 2009 exhibition floor
  •  Announcement - EGEE User Forum abstracts due 14 December
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: CCGrid 2010 workshop
  •  Announcement - US eHealth Collaborative seeks board members
  • Issue 153: iSGTW 2 December 2009

  •  Feature - Predicting burglary with the grid
  •  Feature - Fighting money-laundering
  •  Feature - Finding a clue in a data-stack
  •  Visualizing evidence - I see crime scenes
  •  Image of the week - Facevision: Facial recognition software
  •  Announcement - Zero-in, call for abstracts, 15 December
  •  Announcement - New National Grid Service website launched
  •  Announcement - XtreemOS 2.0 Release
  •  Announcement - SCALA 2010, Baton Rouge, LA, US, 5-6 February, 2010
  • Issue 152: iSGTW 25 November 2009

  •  Feature - OpenAIRE: archive access, anytime, anywhere
  •  Feature - SC09 redux
  •  Feature - The long view: A conversation with John Wood
  •  Event of the Week - D4Science World User Forum
  •  Tweet of the week - Midnight in the LHC control room
  •  Announcement - Breaking News - First collisions
  •  Announcement - OzViz 2009 Registration, Australia, 3-4 Dec
  •  Announcement - EuroIndia ICT, 10-11 December 2009, New Dehli, India
  •  Announcement - New BEinGRID booklet now available
  • Issue 151: iSGTW 18 November 2009

  •  Feature - Women in IT: Lebanon
  •  Feature - HSVO connects the dots
  •  Feature - A tool for reaching the cloud
  •  Acronyms of the Week - R-E-S-P-E-C-T
  •  Image of the week - What do these pictures have in common?
  •  Announcement - Reminder: iSGTW at SC09
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, ICCS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  •  Announcement - Deadline, papers for TNC, 30 November, Vilnius Lithuania
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, ISGC, deadline is 4 December
  • Issue 150: iSGTW 11 November 2009

  •  Feature - iPlant: A new paradigm for a scientific field
  •  Feature - Envirogrids: Protecting the Black Sea
  •  Feature - Big science facilities meet the cloud
  •  iSGTW Announcement - iSGTW goes interactive at SuperComputing 2009
  •  Image of the week - Monumental modeling
  •  Announcement - Free stream computing workshop
  •  Announcement - Ten nVIDIA GPU fellowships
  •  Announcement - Webinar on Digital Elevation Models
  • Issue 149: iSGTW 4 November 2009

  •  Feature - FOOTWAYS takes its first steps
  •  Feature - Getting GPUs on the grid
  •  Feature - Clouds in Geneva
  •  News of the Week - Vietnam's hosptials get new "HOPE"
  •  Image of the week - More than a TOY
  •  Announcement - iSGTW's new look
  •  Announcement - Reminder: Supercomputing Conference, 14-20 Nov, Portland, Oregon, US
  •  Announcement - New e-Research book, free to download
  •  Announcement - SGI Technology Conferences
  • Issue 148: iSGTW 28 October 2009

  •  Feature - Dash heralds new form of supercomputing
  •  Feature - In case of emergency, call SPRUCE
  •  Opinion - Transferring technology: grids in business
  •  Acronyms of the Week - IaaS and SaaS
  •  Videos of the week - Cloud computing video contest
  •  Announcement - ISGC 2010 paper submission deadline approaches
  •  Announcement - IPDPS 2010, 19-23 April, Atlanta, USA
  • Issue 147: iSGTW 21 October 2009

  •  Feature - Clearing the air: solving an atmospheric controversy with DEISA
  •  Feature - Here to help: embedded experts
  •  Feature - Grid-enabled workflow
  •  Link of the Week - Bid for your grid
  •  Image of the week - Molecules CHARMM their way through
  •  Announcement - Abstracts due 1 November, Visualization Workshop, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, EGEE User Forum
  •  Announcement - Registration open, SOC conference, Newport Beach, CA
  •  Announcement - Remote participation, TF-MEDIA conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 5-6 November
  • Issue 146: iSGTW 14 October 2009

  •  Feature - Supercomputing code helps develop new solar cells
  •  Feature - A new test bed for future cyberinfrastructure
  •  Feature - Putting Linux on the grid
  •  Link of the Week - Check out iSGTW's new Facebook page!
  •  Video of the week - BEN goes multi-touch
  •  Announcement - Journal of Computational Science launch
  •  Announcement - ICLS 2010 papers due 30 October
  •  Announcement - TeraGrid compute time applications due
  • Issue 145: iSGTW 7 October 2009

  •  Feature - A new age for the oldest science
  •  Feature - An unexpected bounty of Near Earth Objects
  •  Feature - Grid in a cloud: Processing the astronomically large
  •  Link of the Week - Nature Networks
  •  Image of the week - Space viewed through X-ray glasses
  •  Announcement - Grid school for site administrators, 16-20 November, Cape Town, South Africa
  •  Announcement - Site of EGEE User Forum 2010 selected
  •  Announcement - EGI Council elects its chair
  •  Announcement - Take part in a study of the VRE Collaborative Landscape
  • Issue 144: iSGTW 30 September 2009

  •  Feature - Sharing a drink from the data firehose
  •  Feature - MANGO-NET: Bringing African ICT up to speed
  •  Q and A - Tevfik Kosar on smart data handling
  •  Poll of the Week - Frivolous scientific visualizations
  •  Image of the week - Virtualizing Rome in a day
  •  Announcement - Visualization Challenge entries due 6 October
  •  Announcement - e-Science registration deadline extended to 15 October
  •  Announcement - Eighth International Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing now accepting papers
  • Issue 143: iSGTW 23 September 2009

  •  Feature - The digital story behind the mask
  •  Feature - New organization shakes up earthquake consortium
  •  Feature - Project develops new standards for sharing between grids
  •  Link of the Week - Information visualization manifesto creates buzz
  •  Image of the week - Nanoporous materials for green technology
  •  Announcement - NCSA signs onto Facebook
  •  Announcement - SEE-GRID-SCI User Forum 2009, Abstract deadline
  •  Announcement - ICPADS09 advance registration deadline
  • Issue 142: iSGTW 16 September 2009

  •  Feature - Visualization go big in planetarium show
  •  Newsflash - Fall conference line-up
  •  Looking ahead - EGI, from the interim director's view
  •  Link of the Week - GridCast roundup, coming live from Barcelona
  •  Image of the week - Quantum gravity loops
  •  Announcement - Early registration, CGW, 26 Sept, Krakow, Poland
  •  Announcement - Papers due 2 Nov, CCGrid 2010, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - TERENA, 5-6 November, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Issue 141: iSGTW 9 September 2009

  •  Feature - A SLiM chance for viruses
  •  Feature - Calming the wakefield
  •  Feature - What you said about iSGTW
  •  Link of the Week - Citizen Cyberspace
  •  Video of the week - Preventing bird strikes
  •  Announcement - Call for papers by 1 January, ICCS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  •  Announcement - 4 November deadline for NSF grad fellowships in computing
  •  Announcement - Last chance for early bird registration, GHC, 9 Sept, Tucson, AZ, US
  • Issue 140: iSGTW 2 September 2009

  •  Feature - New batch of science gateways hit the spot
  •  Feature - Jamie Shiers on the STEP'09 postmortem
  •  Feature - Superlinks to identify genetic culprits
  •  Link of the Week - Flashback to 1967: computers are just hype
  •  Video of the week - Earthquake simulation wins SciDAC award
  •  Announcement - New program offers funding for up to 11 postdoctoral fellows
  •  Announcement - Computational Wind Engineering accepting abstracts
  •  Announcement - ACAT in Physics Research workshop deadline
  • Issue 139: iSGTW 26 August 2009

  •  Feature - The Lost Sounds Orchestra
  •  Feature - Asian computers join forces against avian flu
  •  Feature - Improving Alzheimer's research, a million scans at a time
  •  Link of the Week - Deutsche Welle
  •  Image of the week - Watch a virtual tornado
  •  Announcement - GridNets2009, 8-9 September, Athens, Greece
  •  Announcement - CHPC National Meeting, 7-9 December, Johannesburg, South Africa
  •  Announcement - Registration open, ANDS, Australia
  • Issue 138: iSGTW 19 August 2009

  •  Feature - Grid helps to filter LIGO's data
  •  Opinion - Multiple challenges for multicore processors
  •  Feature - Recovery Act funds speed up high-speed ethernet
  •  Link of the Week - Read about SHARCNET research
  •  Video of the week - Reflections on Grid Computing series
  •  Announcement - NGS Innovation Forum '09, London, UK
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: 10th IEEE/ACM on Cluster, Cloud and Grid
  • Issue 137: iSGTW 12 August 2009

  •  Feature - Academia Sinica watches global carbon
  •  Feature - BOINC gets social with Facebook
  •  Opinion - New funding for new ideas
  •  Link of the Week - EELA
  •  Video of the week - Health-E Child documentary
  •  Announcement - IEEE 5th International Conference on e-Science, Oxford, UK
  •  Announcement - Training sessions, pre-EGEE’09, 19-20 Sept, Barcelona, Spain
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, SEE-GRID-SCI, 30 Sept, Istanbul, Turkey
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 136: iSGTW 5 August 2009

  •  Feature - Flip-flopping of black hole accretion disks scrutinized
  •  Feature - How green is my grid?
  •  Feature - GridFTP accelerates traffic on the World Wide Grid
  •  Meet the new U.S. Editor - Change is here to stay
  •  Link of the week - Chatting about where cloud meets grid
  •  Announcement - Research3 workshop paper submissions due 21 August
  •  Announcement - Training sessions, EGEE'09 conference, 19-20 Sept, Barcelona
  •  Announcement - Grid Computing Environment 2009 Workshop call for papers
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 135: iSGTW 29 July 2009

  •  Feature - Burning down the house (with FireGrid)
  •  Feature - Common cheap chips get jobs done faster
  •  Feature - A week at CERN
  •  Link of the week - Gaia
  •  Image of the week - Red, green and blue for a new view
  •  Announcement - GEON Open Topography
  •  Announcement - Deadline extended to 24 August, JOGC
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, CGW, 5 Sept, Krakow, Poland
  •  Announcement - 1st EGI Council in Amsterdam
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid - 1 new this week
  • Issue 134: iSGTW 22 July 2009

  •  Feature - Computing enables identification of microbe DNA in soil
  •  Feature - Supercomputing promises super-insight into human evolution
  •  Opinion - EELA in Latin America: a conversation with Bernard Maréchal
  •  Farewell of the week - U.S.-based editor moves on
  •  Link of the week - Virtual Observatory round-up
  •  Announcement - Register for the 7th International GridKa School
  •  Announcement - IBM receives award for World Community Grid
  •  Announcement - iSGTW Survey — Please fill out!
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 133: iSGTW 15 July 2009

  •  Feature - Conserving bio-diversity at Peru’s CIP
  •  Feature -  Forecasting an El Niño — a half-century ahead
  •  Profile - Craig Lee
  •  Link of the week - BELIEF, live from Brazil
  •  Image of the week - It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s . . .
  •  Announcement - iSGTW Readership survey - Please fill out!
  •  Announcement -  ass="link">Crossing boundaries: Computational science, Vol I & II available
  •  Announcement - Register now, OGF27, Banff, Canada
  •  Announcement - New: Video documentation on high-performance computing
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 132: iSGTW 8 July 2009

  •  Feature - SAGrid: A view from the coordinator's chair
  •  Feature -  A solid production demonstration of the CMS role in WLCG
  •  Feature - Grid technologies in Latin America
  •  Link of the week - HealthGrid roundup
  •  Image of the week - A VAPOR-ous view
  •  Announcement - iSGTW Readership survey - Please fill out!
  •  Announcement - Zero-in magazine: call for abstracts extended to 17 July
  •  Announcement - UK e-Science AHM: deadline for abstract submission extended to 10 July
  •  Announcement - uot;>Jobs in grid
  • Issue 131: iSGTW 1 July 2009

  •  Feature - EVO powers communication in global collaborations
  •  Feature -  Grid makes a SPLASH in underwater archaeology
  •  Feature - Cancer knowledge cloud for a new generation of medicine
  •  Link of the week - On the wire
  •  Image of the week - Sunspot close-up
  •  Announcement - Advanced Distributed Services Summer School, 7-11 Sept, Oxfordshire, UK
  •  Announcement - Early bird registration deadline, 31 July, e-Challenges, Istanbul, Turkey
  •  Announcement - AusPDC 2010, 18-22 Jan, Brisbane, Australia
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 130: iSGTW 24 June 2009

  •  Feature - Plenty more fish in the sea?
  •  Feature - Watch near real-time earthquake simulations
  •  Opinion - The age of citizen cyberspace
  •  Link of the week - What's Uub?
  •  Image of the week - Where to find the world's biggest sharks
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, 3rd edition, Zero-in magazine
  •  Announcement - Clusters, grids and clouds, 2 July, Sophia Antipolis, France
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, IEEE e-Science conference, 31 July deadline
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 129: iSGTW 17 June 2009

  •  Feature - Grid-Enabled virus hunting
  •  Feature - Swine flu and the grid: a researcher's view
  •  Opinion - Coming: Sustained petascale computing for open science
  •  Link of the week - From The Economist: Sensors and sensitivity
  •  Image of the week - A physicist sketches science in the style of an old master
  •  Announcement - Latin American conference on HPC (CLCAR 09), 21-25 September
  •  Announcement - Apply for computational time on TeraGrid by 15 July
  •  Announcement - WorldComp 2009, Las Vegas, 13-16 July
  •  Announcement - Call for papers: SYNASC 2009, 26-29 September, Timisoara, Romania
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 128: iSGTW 10 June 2009

  •  Feature - Do more with MATLAB
  •  Feature - Users get help from a familiar face
  •  Opinion - Grids, clouds and communities
  •  Link of the week - Creating scientific papers, the easy way
  •  Image of the week - The Antarctic as seen from space
  •  Announcement - EDGeS User and Industry Forum, 26 June, Hamburg, Germany
  •  Announcement - Global public health grid initiative, 29 June, Berlin, Germany
  •  Announcement - Science and Innovation, 25-29 August, Veli Losinj, Croatia
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 127: iSGTW 3 June 2009

  •  Feature - Grid promotes diversity in biotechnology at Virginia State
  •  Profile - Amoolya Singh, computation and biology
  •  Feature - Clarity in clinical care
  •  Link of the week - The Dagdigian Doctrine
  •  Image of the week - Melanoma image analysis
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, eScience conference, eHumanities track
  •  Announcement - LambdaRail wins contract for LHC network
  •  Announcement - EDGeS and SEE-GRID-SCI agree to bridge grids
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 126: iSGTW 27 May 2009

  •  Feature - ETICS 2 offers help to software professionals
  •  Feature - Volunteer computing against childhood cancer
  •  Feature - Gridding the aerosol problem
  •  Link of the week - Data transfer at a snail's pace
  •  Image of the week - Here comes the sun
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, Cloud computing conference, 1 June, Beijing, China
  •  Announcement - Registration opens 1 June, Grace Hopper celebration
  •  Announcement - Grid solutions track at Linux Days, 5 June, Geneva, Switzerland
  •  Announcement - Parallel Programming and Cluster Computing, 9-15 August, OK 
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
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    Issue 125: iSGTW 20 May 2009

  •  Feature - A side of cloud with your grid, ma’am?
  •  Feature - Countdown! World’s most sophisticated thermometer blasts off into space
  •  Feature - Identifying network bottlenecks
  •  Link of the week - IBM and WCG quickly launch influenza treatment project
  •  Image of the week - Flutter for the shutter!
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: 5th International conference on e-social science
  •  Announcement - GridCafé launches in Spanish
  •  Announcement - CaBIG® annual meeting, Washington, D.C., 20-22 July 
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 124: iSGTW 13 May 2009

  •  Feature - EDGeS helps us all talk to each other
  •  Feature - Peking University advances protein research
  •  Feature - Sharing in the Taverna
  •  Link of the week - The future of innovation
  •  Image of the week - XKCD: where romance, sarcasm, math and language meet
  •  Announcement - TERENA Conference, 8-11 June, Malaga, Spain
  •  Announcement - Underworld Grid Workshop, 10 June, Melbourne, Australia
  •  Announcement - Registration open, EGEE'09, 21-25 Sept, Barcelona, Spain
  •  Announcement - Grids and E-science, 15-19 June, Santander, Spain   
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 123: iSGTW 6 May 2009

  •  Feature - Open Parks Grid: Managing natural and historic sites
  •  Feature - Food for thought (EU-Asia Grid)
  •  Feature - Busting the myth of immutable microprocessors
  •  Link of the week - New iSGTW feature: Blog Watch
  •  Image of the week - Technology adoption rates - historical perspective
  •  Announcement - Register for tutorials at ICCS09, 24 May, Baton Rouge, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Call for participation: eResearch Australia, 9-13 Nov, Sydney
  •  Announcement - Call for workshop proposals: Summit09, 12-16 Oct, Banff, Canada
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 122: iSGTW 29 April 2009

  •  Feature - Foreseeing floods
  •  Feature - Poker, parallelism and payoff
  •  Feature - Engaging UK researchers
  •  Link of the week - The Epigonion is heard once more
  •  Image of the week - Dilbert looks at departmental strategy
  •  Announcement - Registration open, Baltic Grid II
  •  Announcement - Edges Summer School, Budapest
  •  Announcement - XtreemOS summer school, Oxford, UK
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 121: iSGTW 22 April 2009

  •  Feature - Flood of data can help prevent hurricane damage
  •  Feature - Application Porting Group celebrates first birthday
  •  Feature - Embrace Failure!
  •  Link of the week - Gridjam: live, distributed art-and-music fusion
  •  Image of the week - A star is born — thanks to supersonic turbulence
  •  Announcement - Call for proposals: DOE INCITE program resources
  •  Announcement - Extended deadline for papers: LaSCoG, Wroclaw, Poland
  •  Announcement - Fill out the fault treatment questionnaire
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 120: iSGTW 15 April 2009

  •  Feature - DANTE dances to the volcano
  •  Feature - PanDA makes huge job sets more bearable
  •  Feature - Grid sails to the rescue
  •  Link of the week - A day for Ada
  •  Image of the week - Los Alamos' "Map of Science"
  •  Announcement - NCGS2009, RENCI, 22-23 April 09, NC, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Registration open, 1st Swiss Grid School, 7-8 May, Geneva
  •  Announcement - IGT Cloud Summit, 1 June 2009, Tel Aviv, Israel
  •  Announcement - Registration open, BELIEF II, 16-17 July, Sao Paulo, Brazil
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 119: iSGTW 8 April 2009

  •  Feature - Clouds make way for STAR to shine
  •  Feature - Let scientists focus on the science
  •  Feature - Freya Blekman, from hockey to Higgs
  •  Link of the week - Women in physics
  •  Image of the week - Emergency management at your fingertips
  •  Announcement - Call for posters: TERENA networking conference, Spain, 8-11 June
  •  Announcement - HPC and infrastructure meeting, Norway, 18-20 May
  •  Announcement - TeraGrid announces new GIG director
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 118: iSGTW 1 April 2009

  •  Feature - Bioinformatics from Martinique to Marseilles: Mirana Ramialison
  •  Feature - A picture is worth a thousand words
  •  Feature - For the love of movies: recommendations from the grid
  •  Link of the week - Putting a bolder face on Google
  •  Image of the week - Dilbert and office "help"
  •  Announcement - Call for exhibits, HPDC, 15 April, Munich, Germany
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, GEOCON, May 15, Delft, The Netherlands
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, 29 June, eResearch Australasia, Sydney
  •  Announcement - PRACE to implement STRATOS
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 117: iSGTW 25 March 2009

  •  Feature - Barbara Liskov wins Turing Award
  •  Feature - Global virtual communities: Opportunities vs barriers
  •  Feature - Standard are the GLUE 2.0
  •  Link of the week - Maxine Brown: visionary
  •  Image of the week - Women in the Open Science Grid
  •  Announcement - BELIEF II and CASPAR Brainstorming workhsop on data provenance
  •  Announcement - International conference on parallel and distributed systems
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 116: iSGTW 18 March 2009

  •  Feature - Editorial: Women in grid computing
  •  Feature - Particle physics on OSG: Single and playing hard to get
  •  Feature - Volunteer computing goes East
  •  Link of the week - Facing the skills shortage: Attracting more women
  •  Image of the week - Dilbert and performance reviews
  •  Announcement - Call for nominations, Anita Borg Awards
  •  Announcement - Registration, ISSGC Summer School, 5-17 July, Cote d'Azur
  •  Announcement - Call for Papers, Journal of Grid Computing, 31 July
  •  Announcement - Continuation funding for NGS
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 115: iSGTW 11 March 2009

  •  Feature - Through the gateway into the realm . . . to get results
  •  Feature - TeraGrid’s Nancy Wilkins-Diehr: “Follow what you enjoy”
  •  Feature - Be still, my heart
  •  Link of the week - The Register: Girls still not swarming into sci-tech, dammit
  •  Online networking for iSGTW - ISGTW launches new Facebook group
  •  Announcement - Cloud Expo Europe 2009: call for papers, 20-21 May, London, UK
  •  Announcement - Student participation in TeraGrid 2009, 22-25 June, Arlington, VA, U.S.
  •  Announcement - Grid computing school: Emerging grid middlware standards, 8-19 June, France
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 114: iSGTW 4 March 2009

  •  Feature - Get it all with GridGuide
  •  Feature - Turbocharge your job submissions
  •  Feature - Stop the presses
  •  Link of the week - Survival Italian
  •  Image of the week - Catania
  •  Announcement - Registration open, Terena, Malaga, Spain
  •  Announcement - Applications open, CERN School of Computing, Gottingen, Germany
  •  Announcement - CloudCom 2009, Beijing, China, Call for papers, 1 June
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid (2 new postings)
  • Issue 113: iSGTW 25 February 2009

  •  Opinion - Will there be a cloud of clouds?
  •  Feature - FOOTPRINT keeps pesticides out of the water
  •  Feature - Using simulations to learn about cosmic evolution
  •  Link of the week -   Fly GridCast to Sicily
  •  Image of the week - New iSGTW glossary
  •  Announcement - UNICORE Summit: call for papers
  •  Announcement - Virtualization in high-performance cloud computing: call for papers
  •  Announcement - CloudCom 2009, Beijing, China, Call for papers 1 June
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid (2 new postings)
  • Issue 112: iSGTW 18 February 2009

  •  Feature - Help create an earthbound sun
  •  Feature - The magic of GENI
  •  Feature - Blue gene for Africa
  •  Link of the week -  Hollywood comes to CERN
  •  Image of the week - An up-Lift-ing conference
  •  Announcement - ICS'2009 Tutorial: Security and VO Management, New York
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, Grid and Cooperative Computing, 20 March, China
  •  Announcement - Pragmatic Mapping for Humanities, Univ. of Sydney, 15 - 16 April, Australia
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 111: iSGTW 11 February 2009

  •  Feature - BXGrid: ushering in the future of security
  •  Feature - GridBriefing just released
  •  Feature - Hammering out cures at the genome workbench
  •  Link of the week - Gridipedia
  •  Video of the week - Remarks from a grid school graduate
  •  Announcement - TeraGrid 2009: Call for participation
  •  Announcement - Biomed grid school May 2009: Call for participation
  •  Announcement - eChallenges October 2009: Call for papers
  •  Announcement - BELIEF launches Zero-In magazine
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid
  • Issue 110: iSGTW 4 February 2009

  •  Feature - Anticipating the big one
  •  Opinion- Grids in radiation treatment
  •  Feature - G-Eclipse
  •  Link of the week -  Particle physics is the new rock 'n roll
  •  Image of the week - ThIS cancer therapy
  •  Announcement - XTreemOS now available
  •  Announcement - Call for nominations, IDEA Awards, 15 Feb
  •  Announcement - Call for abstracts, ISGC 2009, 20 Feb
  •  Announcement - Call for participation, ISGC 2009, Taiwan, 16-23 April
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid (2 new postings)
  • Issue 109: iSGTW 28 January 2009

  •  Opinion- Many Task Computing: Bridging the performance-throughput gap
  •  Feature - Sharing software simply
  •  Opinion - Danish grid project aims to learn from the past
  •  Link of the week -  Open Science Grid crosses over to pop culture
  •  Quotes of the week - "We will wield technology's wonders..."
  •  Announcement - Showing support
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, NSF cyberinfrastructure workshop, 26-27 March
  •  Announcement - EGI policy board endorses bluepring for sustainable grid
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week

  • Issue 108: iSGTW 21 January 2009

  •  Feature - Rough waters: fighting piracy with technology
  •  Opinion - Perspectives on advancements in distributed computing
  •  Feature - Observing the grid
  •  Link of the week -  Science is awesome, dude
  •  Image of the week - In search of the Cod particle
  •  Announcement - Showing support
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, GVS, Croatia, 25-29 May
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, HealthGrid, Berlin, 28 June - 1 July
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 107: iSGTW 14 January 2009

  •  Feature - LCG, a challenge in 4-D: size, complexity, adaptability, funding
  •  Feature - Tier-3 computing centers expand options for physicists
  •   Feature - Beauty to unlock the mystery of asymmetry
  •  Statistic of the week -  WLCG rates No. 2 in The Times’ 2008 technology stories
  •  Video of the week - ATLAS demos giant 3-D digital camera
  •  Announcement - PRACE award 2009: Call for papers by 1 February
  •  Announcement - CCGrid-Health workshop, Shanghai, May 2009
  •  Announcement - Last chance! Apply for time on TeraGrid by midnight 15 January
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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    Issue 106: iSGTW 7 January 2009

  •  Opinion - UK grid researchers aid efforts to understand climate change
  •  Feature - Divide and conquer: distributed graphics rendering
  •   Feature - A "passport" to India
  •  Link of the week -  A little bit of symmetry
  •  Image of the week - Globaerosol
  •  Announcement - Reminder: Distance learning, New Delhi, India, 28-29 Jan
  •  Announcement - Call for papers, e-Challenges, Istanbul, 27 Feb
  •  Announcement - Reader survey this month
  •  Announcement - Jobs in grid this week
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