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Announcement - Register for tutorials at ICCS09, 24 May, Baton Rouge


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Event: Free tutorials at the Ninth annual International Conference on  Computational Science (ICCS 2009)

Hosted by: The Louisiana State University Center for Computation & Technology (CCT)

Venue: Hilton Capitol Center, Baton Rouge, LA, U.S.

Dates:

Tutorials: Sunday, 24 May 2009
Conference:
25-27 May 2009

Meeting Web site

Tutorial Registration


ICCS 2009 brings together scientific researchers from around  the world to discuss the latest high-performance computing  developments and breakthroughs.

The tutorials are free, but participants must register for them in advance. Tutorial attendees do not need to  pay full-conference registration to attend. Participants who plan to  attend ICCS 2009 do not need to pay any additional fees to attend the  tutorial sessions, but should register for them ahead of time.

The ICCS 2009 tutorials on 24 May are:

 
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