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P2P and higher education workshop - Jan. 30-31, 2002 - Tempe, AZ

  • From: Chris Rapier
  • Date: Thu Dec 13 11:37:58 2001

P2P and higher education workshop - Jan. 30-31, 2002 - Tempe,  AZ

We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this message.

We are pleased to announce the rescheduled workshop, "Collaborative 
Computing in Higher Education: Peer-to-Peer and Beyond", and encourage
to visit the registration page 
( to
for what promises to be an excellent event!

Collaborative Computing in Higher Education: Peer-to-Peer and Beyond
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
January 30, 2002, 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm
January 31, 2002,  8:30 am - 5:00 pm

- REGISTER early and save $50.00! If you register by January 4, 2001, 
the  registration fee is $125 per person. After January 4, the
fee is $175.00 per person. Please note that registration is SEPARATE
the NLANR/Internet2 Joint Techs meeting. Go 
to we 
have  to check this one!

- Lodging: The block of rooms at the Holiday Inn Phoenix-Tempe/ASU will
held only until *December 21, 2001* so book your room as soon as
Information on lodging is 

Participants include:
- David Anderson on "Lessons from [email protected]"
- Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago on
and Grid Computing"
- Andy Oram, O'Reilly Associates on "Research Possibilities to Pursue in 
Peer-to-Peer Networking"
- Bill St. Arnaud, CANARIE. Inc on "P2P Applications and eScience"
- Eytan Adar, Hewlett-Packard Labs on "A Peer-to Peer System for
Community Knowledge"
- Bob Knighten, Peer-to-Peer Evangelist, Intel on "Building the 
peer-to-peer computing community"
- Steve Waterhouse; Director of Engineering, JXTA Services and 
Applications, Sun Microsystems on "Project JXTA: A Technology Overview"

A preliminary schedule is available at:

This workshop is being co-sponsored by SURA (Southeastern Universities 
Research Association) and Internet2.

If you have questions, please contact Dave Futey ([email protected]),
Preston ([email protected]) or Linda Roos ([email protected]).

Please pass this message along for those you think may be interested.

Ana Preston
Office of Research and Information Technology
University of Tennessee