Call for Presenters and Poster Submissions
Proposals to present at GPN2013 are no longer being accepted. A detailed schedule of presentations will be posted soon.
Overview: Faculty, librarians, technical staff, graduate and undergraduate students are invited to submit posters, oral presentations, panels, and birds-of-a-feather sessions. This year's theme is Big Data and we invite presentations on any aspect of cyberinfrastructure including but not limited to networking, high performance computing, data movement, data management, archiving and curation, and research data lifecycle management. More details for each presentation type are included, below.
Posters: Posters will be accepted and displayed during the Welcome Reception on May 29, 2013, starting at 6PM. They may remain up through the conference closing on May 31. Poster presenters should be available to answer questions about their posters during the Welcome Reception.
Oral Presentations: Presentations will be scheduled for May 30 and 31st. Oral presentations may be from 20 minutes to 45 minutes in length.
Graduate Student Networking Summit: Graduate students in networking are encouraged to submit oral presentations for this event.
Graduate Student High Performance Computing Summit: Graduate students in computer science, informatics, and other users of HPC resources are encouraged to submit oral presentations for this event.
Panels: Panels of multiple speakers to discuss a topic of interest are encouraged. We would like to invite panel discussions of collaborations among researchers, IT, and library science.
Birds of a Feather Sessions: These are relaxed opportunities to discuss a topic among interested parties. These BoF sessions are typically one hour in length and are facilitated by the submitter. In the past, BoFs have focused on HPC System Management, XSEDE Campus Champions, EPSCoR Collaboration, and more.
When you submit your abstract you should receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive a notification, please contact Tony Ballard at email@example.com or 785-532-2402.
Presenters will be notified on or before April 26, 2013 regarding acceptance of their proposal.
This year’s meeting is co-sponsored by the Greater Western Library Alliance, comprised of 33 leading research university libraries in 17 states, with a focus on resource sharing, digitization, and ensuring the preservation and access of scholarly research and data.
If you have questions please contact the meeting planner, Tony Ballard, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-532-2402.