Show simple item record I-Light 2011-12-21T16:43:44Z 2011-12-21T16:43:44Z 2004-03
dc.description C.A. Stewart, G. Moore, E. Wernert (eds.) en
dc.description.abstract In 2003 legislators approved a plan for I-Light2, an expanded fiber optic network for the State of Indiana. On March 9, 2004 researchers gathered at the IUPUI Conference Center in Indianapolis to discuss how the original I-Light network, launched in December 2001, had impacted their work and to explore with their colleagues from institutions throughout the state the opportunities of- fered by the expanded network. This was the second time that groups from throughout Indiana came together to discuss the uses and impact of the unique I-Light high-speed fiber optic network. The original network connects Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, and Purdue Uni- versity West Lafayette with each other and with Abilene, the national high-speed Internet2 research and education network. I-Light2 will make this connectivity available to other universities, colleges, libraries, and related institutions around the state. The Symposium brought together researchers from across the State of Indiana. Presentations and poster sessions filled the day, and special insights into the future were provided by the keynote and capstone speakers: Miron Livny, University of Wisconsin, and Donna Cox, National Center for Supercomputing Applications. Livny’s discussion of high–throughput computing and Cox’s exam- ples of her internationally–acclaimed work in scientific visualization contributed significantly to the creative energy of the Symposium. Building on the foundation provided by I-Light and the increased linkages available through I-Light2, Indiana can rightly claim to be at the crossroads of the Internet. en
dc.description.sponsorship The 2004 I-Light Symposium was sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Information Technology, Indiana University, and by the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, Purdue University. The I-Light network was made possible by a special State appropriation approved by the Indiana Legislature and the late Govenor Frank O’Bannon in 2001. Research projects described in these Proceedings were supported by various grants. Key grants include: *Analysis and Visualization of Instrument-Driven Data (AVIDD) - National Science Foun- dation Grant No.EIA- 0116050. *Scientific Applications on Arrays of Multiprocessors (SCAAMP) - National Science Foun- dation under Grant No. CDA-9601632.” *Indiana Genomics Initiative. The Indiana Genomics Initiative of Indiana University is supported in part by Lilly Endowment, Inc.” *IBM Shared University Research grants. Support from IBM, Inc. in the form of Shared University Research grants from IBM, Inc. to Indiana University is gratefully acknowl- edged, as is IU’s relationship with IBM as an IBM Life Sciences Institute of Innovation. *IBM Shared University Research grants. Support from IBM, Inc. in the form of Shared University Research grants from IBM, Inc. to Purdue University is gratefully acknowl- edged, as is Purdue’s relationship with IBM for the Network for Computational Nano- technology. *Sun Center of Excellence. Support from Sun Microsystems, Inc. via its Sun Center of Excellence is gratefully acknowledged. Nota Bene: Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF). en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject information technology en
dc.subject internet2 en
dc.subject networking en
dc.subject proceedings en
dc.title I-Light Symposium 2004 Proceedings en
dc.type Technical Report en
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