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Condor Week 2009
University of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin
April 20-April 23, 2009
Overview Presentations Registration (Closed) Local Arrangements Monday, April 20 Tuesday, April 21 Wednesday, April 22 Thursday, April 23 Speaker Information
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About the meeting

Condor Week is a four day annual event that gives Condor collaborators and users the chance to exchange ideas and experiences, to learn about latest research, to experience live demos, and to influence our short and long term research and development directions. Condor Week 2009 will take place from Monday, April 20th to Thursday, April 23rd, 2009.

Rough schedule

Monday, April 20th: Condor tutorials
Tuesday, April 21st: Presentations
Wednesday, April 22nd: Presentations
Thursday, April 23rd: In depth discussions, birds of a feather sessions, consultations


If you have a question or problem with Condor, and you would like to speak with someone from 30-60 minutes about it, contact Alain Roy and Greg Thain. Let us know what your question is in advance of Condor Week, and we will find an appropriate person on staff that can answer your question during the conference. We will set up a short meeting for you to talk to that person, and get all the details you might hope for. We may be able to provide limited hands-on debugging if you are able to access your Condor pool remotely.

We realize that problems you have now may need to be solved before Condor Week, but keep this in mind as the date approaches. We often find one-on-one interaction to be a great way to solve involved problems.

Contacts for consultations: Greg Thain


There will be a reception on Tuesday evening, courtesy of Cycle Computing at 5:30pm, in the lobby of the Fluno Center. (That's the same building as the rest of the meeting.) We hope to see you there!


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