Scientific Computing & Automation Conference

Iosif Vaisman vaisman at gibbs.oit.unc.edu
Mon Sep 27 21:01:34 EST 1993


The Scientific Computing & Automation Conference:
The Summit for Scientific Computing

Hyatt Regency Crystal City, VA (near Washington D.C.)
October 11-13 1993

    The Scientific Computing & Automation Conference is an interdisciplinary
conference which explores the use of new computing and automation technology 
in science and engineering. This year's conference will have four plenary
sessions with speakers from cutting edge laboratories like DuPont-Merck,
Scripps Research Clinic and FDA as well as major players like IBM, Microsoft,
Apple, Sun, Digital Equipment and Cray Research.

    There will be more than 60 problem-specific technical application
sessions including special symposia in Computational Chemistry and
Molecular Modeling, and Collaborative Computing and Electronic Notebooks. 
Other areas of interest include LIMS, Laboratory Automation, Data
Acquisition and Analysis, Multimedia Computing, and Managing Change 
in the Lab.

    The six short courses include an Introduction to LIMS, Interfacing
Instruments, Strategies for Lab Automation, Introduction to Molecular
Modeling, Scientific Information and Computer Networks (including the
Internet) and Building Usable Systems (the Human Interface).

    Finally, there will be a technical demonstration center displaying 
new technology.


     Cost:  Conference and Short Course:  $470
            Conference only               $395
            Short course only             $100

(conference fees include two lunches, evening reception, continental
breakfast and light refreshments in the afternoon plus full conference
materials).


For more information or to register call Bill Adam 
at 1-800-222-0289, ext 473. Fax 1-201-539-3476. 
Or for more information, e-mail Elliot King, Ph.D., Program Director, at 
71127.1231 at compuserve.com (please include your fax number in the message).



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