Opportunity for Students!
by NSF Award PHY-0427110 and Award PHY-0622423
Kovens Conference Center
Education and Outreach to disseminate the capabilities and use
of the Physics Lambda Network Services (PLaNetS) to support
Large Hadron Collider (LHC)/Compact Muon Soloid (CMS) data
analysis and other applications.
When: Tuesday, December 2,
Where: Florida International
University Kovens Conference Center in Miami, Florida USA
Who: The Tutorial is aimed
at Undergraduates, Graduates and Young Faculty in physics, computer
science and engineering with some physics course background and
programming experience (Java, Python, or C++ preferred). This
is a good tutorial for graduate students and staff helping with
CMS data management as well. There are 50 slots available,
half of which are targeted at students at FIU and in the southeast. Several
slots are reserved for Brazilian students and the rest are open
to students anywhere in the US. It is recommended that students
bring a laptop to the tutorial sessions as they may have an opportunity
to follow along with the instructor.
How to Apply: Please submit
200 words explaining your interest in attending the tutorial
and qualifications via http://www.ciara.fiu.edu/ultralight/. There
is travel & lodging support available for students. The Tutorial
agenda is listed on website. Please register asap since spots
will go fast.
Cost to Students: NONE. You will be provided breakfast, lunch,
plus morning and afternoon snacks free of charge.
Michael Thomas, Caltech Physics
California, Jorge Rodriguez, FIU Physics, Frank van Lingen, Caltech
Physics at CERN, Artur Barczyk, Caltech Physics at CERN (remote).
Contact email: UltraLight-PLaNetS-Tutorial@ampath.net