Early bird registration for the EGI User Forum at discounted fees ends in 28 February.
The User Forum will be held in Vilnius (11-14 April), in conjunction with the European Middleware Initiative (EMI) Technical Conference. A draft programme for the event is now available.
The programme features four days packed with presentations, workshops, demonstrations and tutorials, starting at 9:00 am on Monday 11 April. The event will cover how users are making the most out of the infrastructure and how the infrastructure is providing support to the different communities.
EMI will introduce its new middleware release – dubbed EMI-1 – during a dedicated track, followed by tutorials and a ‘meet the experts’ session.
In addition to the scientific and technical sessions, the User Forum will feature an exhibition floor with booths, poster presentations and demonstrations of the latest grid applications to science. Examples include:
The DECIDE project will showcase diagnostic tools available to support medical doctors to spot ailments and diseases
The WeNMR infrastructure will present its web portals to potential users
g-INFO portal for monitoring Influenza A on the grid
Discounted rates end on 28 February, although normal registration for the event will be possible until 1 April.