The poster session will be held on Tuesday, October 3rd beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Audubon Institute Aquarium of the Americas. The aquarium is just one short block from the Marriott Hotel. You can catch a fish eye view of the Caribbean, Amazon rain forest, penguins, swamp life from the Mississippi river, and the spectacular Gulf of Mexico exhibit.
The poster session will feature two categories of posters: 1) Demonstrations of meshes from participants of the roundtable, from which the best mesh or "meshing maestro" award is selected, and 2) Technical exhibits of current research in mesh and grid generation. From the first category, the annual "meshing maestro" is selected by attendees of the poster session. The winner has the opportunity to have their design used for next year's conference T-Shirt.
|The second category 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. The conference steering committee will select winners for the best technical poster. 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.|
The poster session and aquarium tour 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 guest.
Pictures for 8IMR Poster Session
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Questions? Contact Tammy Eldred
Sponsored by :
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.isgg.org/) to encourage more participants from grid generation researchers and user community.