All Hands Meeting, 18th - 21st September 2006 Nottingham
Welcome to AHM2006
This year has seen an important transition for the UK e-Science
programme. Many of the first set of pilot projects have completed
and we now have clear outputs from the programme. E-Science in the
UK had its fifth birthday and moved in to a sustained mode of management
with the programme directorate being replaced by an EPSRC programme
manager and Malcolm Atkinson as e-Science envoy.
The AHRC began their own e-Science programme and the e-Social science
activities have matured, while all of the other Research Councils
and JISC continue to develop e-Science and e-Infrastructure.
The theme for this year - Achievements, Challenges and New Opportunities
- reflects this transition and we hope it will reflect the broad
range of presentations and discussion we anticipate at the meeting.
From the results of the completed activities, to the challenges
for new areas, from the blue-skies research issues to the industry
take up of prototype technologies.
The programme will include international leaders, workshops, panel
sessions, posters and BoFs together with interactive demonstrations
at the e-Science centres’ and other booths.
We hope you will join us in Nottingham at the East Midlands Conference
Centre from 19 - 21st September, and will encounter many stimuli
that link with your e-Science enthusiasms and advance your research.
Malcolm Atkinson and Anne Trefethen
Director (until April 06) e-Science Core Programme
Chair of the AHM Steering committee
09 Oct UK e-Science All Hands Meeting hits records Six hundred and thirty delegates attended the 5th UK e-Science All Hands Meeting in Nottingham last month.
11 Sept Press Release Achievements, Challenges and New Opportunities: Fifth UK e-Science All Hands Meeting. 18-21 September 2006, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham
8 Sept Registration is now closed
1 Aug Keynote
speakers now confirmed
19 Jun Registration
for AHM 2006 now open. Please register using the online
form at www.eventsforce.net/allhands2006
27 Apr Deadline
for paper submission extended to the 8th May 2006
18 Apr Paper
15 Feb Call
14 Feb Call
for Mini-Workshop Proposals