User Group meetingPosted on 9 December 2005
The first User Group meeting of the Irish Centre for High-End Computing will be held in the library of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) at 5 Merrion Square, Dublin on Thursday the 15th of December 2005.
Registered ICHEC users are invited to attend this meeting, which will facilitate a discussion on the ICHEC Transitional Service from a users perspective, and plans for the ICHEC National Service. This will be a half day event (09.30 – 1.00) following the agenda below.
|09.30||Welcome and introduction|
|09.35||ICHEC status report
a/ hardware (reliability issues and acceptance)
c/ utilisation and scheduling policies
d/ training and user support
|10.15||ICHEC Phase 2
a/ outcome from the Phase 1 review
b/ user support activities: Service Level Agreement, Training, ICHEC Point of Presence
c/ applying for resources to the Full National Service
|10.50||Remits of the users group / mechanism for nomination|
|11.00 - 11.20||Tea/Coffee break|
|11.20 - 12.45||Open discussion: user feedback|
|12.45 - 1.00||Session wrap-up|
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