It has become a tradition is many conferences to organize tutorials during
the days preceding the main events.
This usually allows attendees to get
familiar with some of the topics in an academic-style manner, and therefore
increase the effectiveness of their participation.
chep is no
exception, and we inaugurate with chep06 a tutorial programme that we called
This first school is organized in collaboration with the
CERN School of Computing (CSC). It also
capitalizes on the experience gained with the
inverted CSC (iCSC), where
young attendees to the previous school turned into teachers,
combining their skills
and going one step
Six topics have
been selected for school@chep06,
3 of them delivered by experienced lecturers, and three others by younger
specialists having taught at the last iCSC.
The programme, a mix of fundamental and novel
subjects, has been designed to meet the needs not only of conference
attendees, but also of local engineers or computer scientists interested in
getting either an overview or a in-depth presentation of some of the most
challenging and timely topics.
know how different Grid
Technologies are from
other computing techniques?
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certificate and how
know why Internet can be
congested and what
techniques exist to try and prevent it?
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know which specific protocols are required to support
Video over the Internet,
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the common security pitfalls when
developing software and how to avoid them?
know how you can benefit from using
patterns in your
fully satisfied with the tools and methods to
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XML in my database, or
XML from it?
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