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Computing for SKA Colloquium 2015

Welcome to Computing for SKA (C4SKA) Colloquium 

12 – 13 February 2015

To be held in the Sir Paul Reeves Building (WG), the award winning and most recent addition to
AUT City Campus

The Organising Committee warmly invites you to this special event - the annual Colloquium hosted by the New Zealand SKA Alliance in conjunction with the Institute for Radio Astronomy and Space Research and the School for Computer and Mathematical Sciences at AUT.

This Colloquium brings together industry and academics working on the design of computer systems for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) - the mega science project of the 21st century to build the largest and most sensitive radio telescope in the world.  This is an opportunity to meet some of the brightest computing talents and contributors in the world and learn the range of solutions to meet the unprecedented computing demands from SKA and similar industries over the next 10 years.

Organising Committee:
John Bancroft (AUT)
TN Chan (Compucon)
Andrew Ensor – Co-chair (AUT)
Nicolás Erdödy (Open Parallel Ltd)
Sergei Gulyaev – Co-chair (AUT)
Rezaul Hasan (Massey University)
Oliver Sinnen (University of Auckland)

Patricia Sallis (AUT – admin)

Registration for C4SKA  The registration fee of $250 will include lunches, teas and the Colloquium Dinner on the Thursday evening.

Accommodation:  Bookings are heavy in the city during this month but some standard rooms are available at the Scenic Hotel, 380 Queen Street at the AUT rate of $118.80 + gst per night.  Please contact patricia.sallis@aut.ac.nz if you wish to reserve a room.
 
Three events the following week may be of interest:


We look forward to welcoming you to Auckland, our largest and most dynamic city.
 

Last updated: 11 Jun 2015 3:45pm

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