Monday, April 11, 2011
The State of the Network
The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) is pleased to invite you to:
CRCA Exchange #7 : The State of the Network
Featuring CRCA/Calit2 researchers Hans-Werner Braun, Peter Otto and Michelle Daniels.
Thursday April 14, 5pm - 7pm
CRCA Performative Computing Lab
UCSD Voigt Drive, La Jolla
Presentations are followed by refreshments and are open to the public.
High Performance Wireless Network - Hans-Werner BraunThe High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) started in the year 2000 via a National Science Foundation network research grant, with additional NSF funding awards since, HPWREN functions as a collaborative cyberinfrastructure on research, education, and first responder activities. The project supports a high-performance wireless network in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties. Th e network includes backbone nodes, typically on mountain tops, to connect often hard-to-reach areas in remote environments. HPWREN interconnects with the rest of the Internet at the San Diego Supercomputer Center here at UCSD. More information on HPWREN can be found at http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/
Sonic Arts Research - Peter Otto and Michelle DanielsPeter Otto (Director Sonic Arts Research Calit2) and Michelle Daniels (Graduate Student Music) present current projects underway in the the field of networked audio. The Sonic Arts Research Group partners in the film industry to find solutions for remote recording, mixing, editing, and composing projects.
CRCA Exchange is a series of free lecture and discussion events open to the general public. The organizers would appreciate it if you could share this announcement with any relevant distribution lists to which you have access.
The CRCA Exchange series is supported by The Center for Resea rch in Computing and the Arts, in conjunction with Calit2 and the UCSD 50th Anniversary.
For more information, please visit this link: http://crca.ucsd.edu/exchange/