CERN School of ComputingThis sum covers tuition, full board and lodging at the Hotel Zuiderduin from dinner on Sunday 8, September to breakfast on Saturday 21 September 1996, as well as coffee or tea during the morning and afternoon breaks and some social activities, details of which will be given at a later time. It does not include travel expenses from the participants' home institutes to Egmond aan Zee and back.
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When applying to attend the School, each student is requested to provide a summary in English of about 100 words, describing her/his current work. The School booklet, which will be distributed to all participants before the beginning of the School, will include the summaries of the selected students. Applicants who have an electronic e-mail address should indicate this on the right-hand side of the summary. This will facilitate further contact between participants. The summary may be sent separately by e-mail to School@cernvm.cern.ch. You will find an example of an e-mail summary under "Example of summary".
Non-ASCI candidates should forward the completed application form and formal letter of reference to:
Miss J. TurnerThe relevant addresses can be found in the section "Enquiries and Correspondence".
The deadline for receipt of applications is 31 May 1996.
Miss J. Turner
CERN School of Computing
CH-1211 GENEVA 23
First name and surname ---- e-mail address: Institute Street Town CountryI am working with the Computer Centre at GSI. My present area of work is the integrated network and system management for the heterogeneous computer cluster at GSI. This requires a knowledge of network architectures, protocols and tools as well as an understanding of the management of a distributed computer cluster. For my Ph.D I designed and implemented a software (second level) trigger system for the Kaon spectrometer at GSI and I participated in the development of a VME-based data acquisition system.
I am familiar with RS/6000 (IBM), HP, AXP/alpha (DEC) workstations and Vax and the operations systems Unix (AIX, HP-UX) and VMS. I am familiar with shell scripting and DCL and the programming languages C, Fortran90, PL/I, Pascal and 68k-Assembler.