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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.

Genomics Guru to Deliver Keynote at SC2001—Dr. J. Craig Venter Speaks November 13
Rockville, MD, October 25, 2001 - No arena in contemporary medical science has more potential for revolutionary approaches to preventing and curing human disease than genomics. And no tool in genomics is more crucial to its researchers than high-performance computing.

All Systems “Go” for November 10-16, in Denver at SC2001, the Conference of High-Performance Networking and Computing
October 24, 2001

Producers Reassure Participants November Conference in Denver Will Exceed Expectations
Los Alamos, September 18, 2001 - Charlie Slocomb, volunteer chairman of the SC2001 Executive Committee, today reassured conference registrants, exhibitors, sponsors and other interested parties that SC2001 will yield all the rewards originally envisioned—and more.

Count on US for November!
Denver, CO, September 18, 2001 - Although the volunteers and professional production staff of the SC2001 have been deeply affected by the recent tragic events, we want to assure SC2001 registrants, exhibitors, sponsors and other interested parties that SC2001 will be held in Denver from November 10-16 as planned. We pledge that SC2001 will be a successful and enriching conference, and that it will yield all the rewards originally envisioned—and more.

Registration Now Open for SC2001, the Conference of High-Performance Computing and Networking
Denver to Host SC2001 Conference Nov. 10-16, 2001
Denver, CO, September 7, 2001 - Registration is now open for SC2001, the annual conference of high performance networking and computing. This year's conference, Beyond Boundaries, will be held in Denver, Colorado for seven days of technical programs, technological demonstrations, exhibits, and educational outreach. The conference convenes Nov. 10-16 in the Denver Convention Center.

SC2001 Conference Looking for High Performance Computing Applications to Stretch High Bandwidth Infrastructure —Statements of Interest Due by Wednesday, August 15.
July 31, 2001 - Once again, the annual SC conference on high-performance networking and computing is looking for researchers with high-bandwidth applications to push the network infrastructure’s multi-gigabit links to their limits with demonstrations of leading-edge computer applications.

Worldwide Sites Plan SC2001 Participation through SC Global
Project will link Denver conference with the top and bottom of the world —and points in between.
ARGONNE, IL, May 1, 2001 - Sites spanning six continents from the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center in Faribanks, AK, to the NSF Polar Research Center in Antarctica will participate virtually in SC2001, the annual high-performance computing and networking conference scheduled Nov. 10-16 in Denver. This electronic international participation will be part of SC Global. The participants will be called “constellation sites.”

Denver Hosts World’s High-Performance Network and Computer Events
November 10-16, 2001
DENVER, CO, March 26, 2001 - The largest supercomputer center in Colorado will leave Denver on November 16—six days after it sets up!

100 High-School Teachers Sought for Development in Latest Computational Technologies
GREENVILLE, N.C, February 15, 2001 - The National Science Foundation awarded a $1.03 million grant to a consortium of nine educational institutions to train 200 high school math and science teachers in the latest computer technologies. One-hundred teachers will begin the program at SC2001, to be held November 10-16 in Denver.

Access Grid Goes International with SC Global
Organizers seeking participants in international global conference
ARGONNE, IL, January 9, 2001 - The first global technical conference using Grid technologies to link large groups at multiple sites around the world will be held as part of the SC2001 conference, the annual high-performance networking and computing conference held each year in November.

Award Winners Highlight Most Successful SC Conference Ever
DALLAS, Texas, November 9 - SC2000, the conference of high performance networking and computing, capped one of the most successful programs in the history of the conference by recognizing outstanding achievements and contributions in the field.

New Logo Captures SC2001 Theme of “Beyond Boundaries”
DALLAS, Texas - SC2001, the conference of high performance networking and computing, today unveiled its logo that captures the conference theme of “Beyond Boundaries.”


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