Major Shared Resource Centers (MSRC) and the International Society of Grid Generation (ISGG) are pleased to sponsor this year's poster session. The poster session will be held at the top of Heavenly Mountain in the ski lodge facility (via tram) on Monday, October 11th, beginning at 5:30 p.m. In past years the poster session has featured demonstrations of meshes from participants of the roundtable, from which the best mesh or "meshing maestro" award was selected. In addition to this successful event, all 8IMR participants are invited to display technical exhibits of current research in mesh and grid generation. This is an ideal forum for authors who would prefer not to submit a formal technical paper, but would like to illustrate state-of-the-art techniques and procedures in which they are currently involved. Session speakers are also invited to display practical results of their work at the poster session.
To participate in the poster session, you must be attending the conference. Mark the appropriate box on the registration form to indicate your participation and the number of posters you intend to display at the poster session.
To get to the poster session you will ride the Heavenly Aerial Tram which is a four-minute ride up the famous "Gunbarrel" and "East Bowl" ski runs at Heavenly. From the beautiful deck of the Heavenly Ski Lodge, participants will be able to see the breath-taking view of the lake and town below. The poster session and tram ride are included in your registration fee. Hors d'oeuvres will be served during this event. If you plan to bring a guest, please indicate so on the registration form and add an additional $25 per person.
(Car mesh provided by Rao Garimella, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, winner of the 1998 Poster Session. E-mail: email@example.com)
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Major Shared Resource Centers (MSRC) established by Department of Defense (DOD) High Performance Computing Modernization Office (HPCMO) and
ISGG (International Society of Grid Generation - http://www.erc.msstate.edu/isgg/) to encourage more participants from grid generation researchers and user community.