For the 14th JLESC Workshop, submit short talks (https://forms.gle/7785oaKxiiYPQ4dh8), break-out sessions (https://forms.gle/cBys31LraooJLmVo9), posters (https://forms.gle/VbgYk8AQZv3XpoVB7) and project talk (https://forms.gle/hFx38E2k3ppoipdh8) by July 15, 2022. Registration is open until July 30, 2022, here: https://publish.illinois.edu/14th-jlesc-workshop/.
This will be a very nice occasion to present and discuss potential new collaborations with members of JLESC institutions. Following the success of the short presentation sessions of the previous workshops and to help the process of identifying potential partners, we are organizing sessions of short presentations (6×10 minutes), followed by open discussion sessions where the speakers will be able to present more details about their ideas or showing demos face-2-face to interested participants. The core of the presentation should be on exposing new open problems. Each presentation should clearly focus on open questions with the objective of initiating new collaborations.
Submit your short presentation here: https://forms.gle/7785oaKxiiYPQ4dh8
Break-out sessions are gathering experts from a specific domain (application, system, etc.) and will focus on discussing progress in the domain and identifying potential collaborations. At least three JLESC institutions should be part of each break-out session.
Submit your break-out session here: https://forms.gle/cBys31LraooJLmVo9
If you are running a project within the JLESC, please prepare a 20 minutes presentation about the project (progress, goals, vision, open questions, etc.).
Submit the data for your project here: https://forms.gle/hFx38E2k3ppoipdh8
We will have a dedicated poster session during the workshop and we encourage especially early career attendees to present a poster showcasing their work, software, results, open questions, collaboration opportunities etc..
Submit your poster information here: https://forms.gle/VbgYk8AQZv3XpoVB7
Motivation and Opportunities
This will be a good opportunity to present and discuss potential new collaborations with members of JLESC institutions. Opportunities for all researchers include:
- Gain access to other institutions and find new collaboration possibilities that can extend or improve what was done locally, or can complement a project with a different perspective (eg an analysis of a system)
- Formalize a mechanism to provide access to other institutions’ systems (machines, instruments, etc.)
- Meet people working in similar fields
- Publication in future special issue of a journal like FGCS
Specific opportunities for students include:
- Meet other students (socially), particularly from other institutions/countries
- Funding for visits/travel, particularly for students
- Opportunity for students to give a “conference” talk, and participate in separate student-only events including poster session
- Opportunity for students to learn how to help organize a meeting or chair a session