Upcoming HPCC Events
SuperComputing 1998 (SC98)
Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida
SuperComputing 1998 is the premier conference on high-performance computing.
Celebrating SC's 10th anniversary, SC98 focuses on networking, distributed computing, data-intensive applications, supercomputing, scalable computing and other emerging technologies that push the frontiers of communications, computing and computational science. NREN/NGI engineers will provide high-performance networking support for NASA at the conference.
NREN/NGI will demonstrate Turbulent Convection in Stars, which highlights astrophysics research as well as the collaborative nature of data analysis and visualization.
Introduction to FoilSim presents an interactive educational software package developed at NASA Lewis Research Center. The workshop teaches 9-12 math and physics teachers the basic classroom uses of FoilSim, including testing the changes in the forces that affect lift.
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development and applications of all topics related to the web. This encompasses the use, applications and societal and legal aspects of the Internet in its broadest sense. JSC's Stephanie Smith will present on NASA's Learning Technologies Project.
WebNet 98 is a must for all who plan to use the Internet to access information, communicate, conduct transactions or develop applications for the Internet and Extranet.
Learning Technologies Distance Learning Schedule
Using NASA Educational Sites in the Science Classroom
Conference can be viewed with Picture-Tel, V-Tel or CLI equipment.
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Annual Convention
NSTA is one of the largest educational conferences in the U.S., with many thousands of educators attending. The Education Office at NASA Headquarters maintains a partnership with NSTA, and NASA will be represented by a number of exhibitors and presenters. The LT Project Office provides network connectivity for NASA and partner exhibitors.
Learning Technologies Channel Schedule
Tour the International Space Station Training and Mockup Facility.
You are invited to join our tour guide at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas. You can ask questions during the tour and have them answered during the event.
International Technology Education Association (ITEA) 61st Annual Conference
This conference for K-12 technology educators invites those who teach technology such as computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacturing and other computing skills.
The program at the 1999 Indianapolis ITEA Conference will feature four elements related to the conference theme: (1) Understanding the impact of technology on society and culture, (2) Developing student knowledge and attitudes toward technology, (3) Enhancing standards of teaching methods and content, and (4) Communicating the benefits of technology education.