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The 9th International Conference "Distributed Computing and Grid Technologies in Science and Education" will be held in the Laboratory of Information Technologies (LIT) of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) on 6 - 10 July 2020 in Dubna. Dubna is a small quiet town located 130 km north from Moscow on the picturesque banks of the Volga River. There is a convenient railway and bus communication from Moscow to Dubna.
The 8th Conference on this topic took place at the Laboratory of Information Technologies, JINR, in June 2018 (http://grid2018.jinr.ru/). The Conference Proceedings are available online at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2267.This is a unique conference on the questions related to the use of distributed computing in various areas of science, education, industry and business, which is held in Russia. The main purpose of the Conference is to discuss the current Grid operation and the future role of distributed and cloud computing, HPC, Big Data, etc. in Russia and worldwide. This time it will also include a session on quantum information processing, which is a rapidly developing and promising trend in the IT field. The Conference provides a platform for discussing fresh results and establishing contacts for closer cooperation in the future.The programme of the Conference includes plenary reports in English (30 min), sectional reports (15 min) and poster presentations (in English or Russian).Working languages - Russian and EnglishContacts:
Phone: (7 496 21) 64019, 65736 Fax: (7 496 21) 65145
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.