Conference 2003

Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing
Conference 2003
Atlanta, Georgia
October 15-18, 2003

Search The Tapia Companion for talks you missed.

Join us in congratulating Carlo Castillo Chavez, chosen to receive the Tapia Achievement Award for his scholarly and service contributions to computing!

ADVISORY COUNCIL: David Burgess, Ph.D. Agnes Chan, Ph.D. Y.T. Chien, Ph.D. Dona Crawford, Ph.D. Gerald Engel, Ph.D. Jim Foley, Ph.D. Roscoe Giles, Ph.D. Barbara Grosz, Ph.D. Mary Jane Irwin, Ph.D. Ken Kennedy, Ph.D. Maria Klawe, Ph.D. Vipin Kumar, Ph.D. Ed Lazowska, Ph.D. Jacques Richard, Ph.D. Barbara Simons, Ph.D. Richard Tapia, Ph.D. Valerie Taylor, Ph.D.


In cooperation with:

All areas of computing are of interest for conference participation through papers, posters, panels, and BoFs. However, this year, we are especially highlighting the following five technical areas:

  • Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering, including modeling and simulation
  • Large Scale Data and Knowledge Management
  • Secure Systems
  • Ubiquitous Computing
  • Augmenting Human Cognition
  • Visualization and Virtual Environments

We invite you to participate in this great celebration!

Conference Co-Chairs:

Juan Meza, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,

Bryant York, Portland State University,

     Last updated: 12/09/03 (MMC)