NCSA Conferences and Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Itineraries, 1982-2001 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 7/5/9
Volume: 21.0 cubic feet
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Description: National Center for Supercomputing Applications Conferences and Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Itineraries File includes reports, proceedings, agendas, itineraries, computer files, videotapes, photographs, presentation materials, speeches, and correspondence regarding conferences, meetings, workshops, seminars, site visits, and lectures attended by and/or hosted by Larry Smarr and the NCSA. Major conferences and meetings include Siggraph, Supercomputing, EDUCOM, Focus Banquets, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Conferences, Supercomputer Centers Directors' Meetings, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Conferences, Busey Economic Seminars, Advanced Networking/Computing Working Group (ANCWG) Meetings, and National Consortium in High Performance Computing (NCHPC) Meetings. Major organizations involved include the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, Beckman Institute, the National Academy of Sciences, Cray Research, Inc., NASA, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Apple, AT&T, President's Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC), Vanguard, Silicon Graphics, Inc., Digital Libraries Initiative, IBM, National Research Council (NRC), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Kendall Square Research Corporation, and Thinking Machines Corporation. Major correspondents include Larry Smarr, James Bottum, John Stevenson, Robert Berdahl, Morton W. Weir, Judith Liebman, Robert Wolff, William Wulf, Jarrett S. Cohen, Karl-Heinz Winkler, Donna Cox, Chet Gardner, Charles Bender, Philip Smith, Erich Bloch, Radha Nandkumar, Scott Lathrop, Beth Richardson, Melanie Loots, Charles Catlett, Sid Karin, Nico Habermann, Tara Smith, Theodore L. Brown, Bruce Schatz, Linda Griffet, Thomas DeFanti, Maxine Brown, and Joseph Hardin.