[Neutron] NOBUGS 2004 Abstract Submission Deadline Looming
Mark.Koennecke at psi.ch
Wed Sep 1 18:16:05 CDT 2004
REMINDER: ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR NOBUGS 2004 IS
SEPTEMBER, 5, 2004
THIS IS IN JUST A FEW DAYS!
There aren't so many abstracts yet. So take heart and consider if you
have nothing to contribute. Moreover I would like to ask you to think
of people in your laboratories who have done interesting new things:
- Gathered experience using new software development methods such as
agile methods, refactoring, web services or the like.
- Invented new concepts
- Started major new projects
- Or did anything else NOBUGS worthy.
If you find such people, please either encourage them yourself to
provide some input to NOBUGS or inform me so that I can do it. We
probably have to rely on input from the community, due to budget
constrainst it appears to be difficult to get outsiders to talk to us.
P.S. we still have space for participants, too.
NOBUGS 2004 Conference
New Opportunities for Better User Groups Software
October, 18-20, 2004 at PSI, Switzerland
FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
The fifth NOBUGS conference will be held in October, 18-20, 2004 at the
Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland.
On behalf of the NOBUGS International Advisory Committe and the
local organizing committe I would like to invite you to attend
and contribute to this conference.
The aim of the NOBUGS series of conferences is to foster
collaboration between IT professionals working at X-ray, musr,
and neutron sources around the world. This collaboration should yield
better data aquisition and data analysis software for the users of
NOBUGS 2004 feautures oral and poster presentations of the latest
developments in data aquisition, data analysis, user interface design
and general computer science as is relevant to users and programmers
working at scientific facilities.
The conference topics include, but are not limited to:
- Data Aquisition - Automatic Beamline Alignment
- Data Management - Data Formats
- Data Analysis - Data Visualization
- Instrument Simulation - Automatisation of Experiments
- Biocomputing at Facilities - Graphical User Interfaces
- WWW Application Development - Distributed Computing
- Programming Techniques - User Facility Management
- Facility Security - Scientific Databases
- Collaborative Initiatives - Remote Control of Experiments
For all topics contributions are invited.
For more information, registration and abstract submission please
consult the NOBUGS 2004 WWW-site at:
Please forward this announcement to other parties who might be
Mark.Koennecke at psi.ch
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