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High-tech institute to hold Cal-(IT)Day@UCSD

new materials and devices; medical technologies and bioinformatics; automotive telematics; networking; wireless and optical communications; new media arts and visualization; culture, art and technology in education; and geosciences. The conference will also feature a panel of senior officials from state and federal agencies that are funding Cal-(IT)2 projects.

Organizers have also arranged the day's events to permit maximum interaction between Cal-(IT)2 participants, partners and visitors from corporations, local government, and funding agencies. The afternoon session will end with a roundtable discussion among UCSD deans, moderated by Cal-(IT)2 director Larry Smarr, about the future of the research university -- and the role that interdisciplinary institutes such as Cal-(IT)2 will play. Added Rao: "This event will provide an opportunity to share with current and potential UCSD industry sponsors our success in leveraging corporate support to obtain additional funding."

There is no fee to participate in Cal-(IT)2Day@UCSD, and the event is open to the public. Attendees are asked to pre-register online at www.calit2.net/calit2day. For more information about the institute, go to www.calit2.net. Association Sponsors for this event include the San Diego Telecom Council (www.sdtelecom.org), San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce (www.sdchamber.org), BIOCOM (www.biocom.org), and San Diego Software Industry Council (www.sdsic.org).


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Contact: Doug Ramsey
dramsey@ucsd.edu
858-822-5825
University of California - San Diego
25-Aug-2003


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