Visit Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at
Join us for a special event to celebrate the Energy Sciences Network's (ESnet's) silver anniversary and the launch of our 100 Gigabit per second prototype network, ANI—the fastest science network in the world! Enjoy a glass of bubbly, and watch us stream 13.7 billion years of cosmic history from NERSC in Oakland, Calif. to the Berkeley Lab booth on the SC11 show room floor.
When: Monday, November 14, 2011 at 7 p.m.
Where: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Booth 512
in the Washington State Convention Center Exhibit Hall
Sponsored by: Alcatel-Lucent
Berkeley Lab Highlighted in SC11 Technical Program
When SC11 convenes Nov. 12 in Seattle, Wash., Berkeley Lab researchers will be making significant contributions to the conference program. Our staff contributed 11 papers, will participate in five tutorials, join in four panel discussions and lead seven Birds-of-a-Feather sessions. More>
Once again, Berkeley Lab's booth will showcase our valuable computing, networking and scientific resources—our world-class roster of recognized experts. Many of our staff members will be holding "office hours" and talks in our booth. We will also showcase our renowned scientific visualizations in 3D!
View our schedule for: •Talks
•Roundtable Discussions •Demos
Watch the world's fastest science network in action! ESnet's 100 Gbps prototype network will power seven different demonstrations on the SC11 show floor, carrying a range of scientific data from astronomy to climate. If you're looking for a challenge, swing by the Berkeley Lab booth (512) to test your processor design skills. More>
Need a job? Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences is currently looking to fill more than 20 positions. Look for our recruiter at the SC11 job fair and in our booth. You can also follow him on twitter and facebook. More>
In the November issue of IEEE's Computer Magazine, John Shalf of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and his colleagues write about charting the path to exascale with codesign in their article, Rethinking Hardware-Software Codesign for Exascale Systems. This special issue is being rushed to Seattle in time for SC11; look for it at the IEEE booth in the SC11 exhibit hall.
This year at SC11, Berkeley Lab experts will share their will share their expertise on topics ranging from building an energy-efficient computers and datacenters, to green networks. See our list of events and mark your calendars! More>
Having fun at SC11? Tell your family and friends all about the cool exhibits in Berkeley Lab's SC11 booth with a handwritten note on one of our Computing Sciences postcards! From climate to combustion, each card features Department of Energy sponsored science results that were powered by NERSC supercomputers and the ESnet network. We'll even put a stamp on it and mail it for you!
This year, a number of Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences staff members have played key roles in the SC11 Organizing Committee. More>
For more issues of Computing Sciences News, please click here. To receive weekly updates from the Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences Communications team, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. To subscribe to the monthly Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences Newsletter, please contact Linda Vu at email@example.com