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Plenary Sessions Nov. 15: Scientific Visualization: Bridging the Complexity Threshold & Will Digital Actors Replace Human Ones?
( Netcast Archive)
Johnson talk begins at 6:30 minutes
Smith talk begins at 53:00 minutes

Scientific Visualization: Bridging the Complexity Threshold
Chris Johnson, University of Utah
8:30AM-9:15AM MT (-7 hours UTC)

Will Digital Actors Replace Human Ones? Alvy Ray Smith
Digital Photography Artist
9:15am-10:30AM MT (-7 hours UTC)

Plenary Sessions Nov. 14 : The World Wide Telescopes & Grid Computing in the Terascale Age

(Netcast Archive)
Gray talk begins at 3 minutes
Berman talk begins at 45 minutes


The World Wide Telescope: Mining the Sky
Jim Gray, Microsoft Research
8:30AM-9:15AM MT (-7 hours UTC)

Grid Computing in the Terascale Age
Fran Berman, SDSC and NPACI, Professor of CSE, UCSD
9::15AM-10:00AM MT (-7 hours UTC)

Genomics Guru Delivers Keynote at SC2001—Dr. J. Craig Venter Speaks November 13

(Netcast Archive)

Accelerating Discovery Through Supercomputing
J. Craig Venter, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Celera Genomics




SC2001

SC2001, the international conference for high performance computing and communications, convened in Denver, Colorado on 10-16 November with seven days of technical programs, technological demonstrations and exhibits, for the over 5000 attendees that gathered at the Denver Convention Center.

Awards Cap SC2001 High-Performance Computing and Networking Conference
Denver, CO November 15, 2001 - DENVER, CO -- SC2001, the conference of high-performance networking and computing capped the most successful programs in its history by recognizing outstanding achievements and contributions in these fields.

From Terabytes to Insights:
SC2002 Logo

Plans are already underway for SC2002 which will be held Nov.16-22 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
In 2002 the conference will continue to move beyond the realm of "big iron" machines and fast networks. SC2002 will highlight the role of high performance computing and networking in transforming terabytes of data into knowledge that can transform science, our daily lives, and our world.





From the SC2001 Exhibit Floor

Exhibitor Showcases:
Grid Applications
Booth R0340

Digital Worlds Institute (Courtesy SUN Microsystems)
Dr. James Oliverio
Digital Worlds Institute
Booth 645

Internet2
Ted Hanss and Ben Teitelbaum
Internet2
Booth R0849

Dancing Beyond Boundaries
University of Florida
Booth R1070

SCinet 2001
SCinet
Booth 655

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SC2001 is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and ACM