Mark Your Calendar: November 2007


13th Annual Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning
7 – 9 November, 2007
Orlando, Florida, United States

International Conference on Teaching and Learning (ICTL 2007)
15 – 16 November, 2007
Putrajaya, Malaysia, Malaysia
International Education Summit
16 – 17 November, 2007
cincinnati, OHIO, United States

Teaching in Public – The Future of HE
21 – 23 November, 2007 
Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

International Conference on Universal Quality Schol Education
21-23 November, 2007
New Delhi, India

ICODL 2007 – 4th Intl. Conference on Open and Distance Learning 
23 – 25 November, 2007
Athens, Attiki, Greece


Regional Conference on Quality in Higher Education
10 – 11 December, 2007
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

11th UNESCO-APEID International Conference: Reinventing Higher Education: Toward Participatory and Sustainable Development
12 – 14 December, 2007
Bangkok, Thailand

School Education, Pluralism and Marginality: Comparative Perspectives
14 – 16 December, 2007
India Intl. Centre,  New Delhi, India


e-Learning Excellence in the Middle East 2008: Define. Design. Deliver
14 – 17 January, 2008
dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Responding to Change – Flexibility in the Delivery of Language Programmes
7 – 11 January 2008
Hong Kong, Thailand


International Research Conference
27 to 29 February 2008
Iloilo City, Philippines

iLearning Forum Paris 2008
4 to 5 February 2008
Paris, France


The 2008 International Conference on e-Education
27 to 29 March 2008
Bangkok, Thailand, Thailand

Intl. Conference on Quality Enhancement in Educational Communication
29 to 30 March 2008
Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India

International Conference Of Educational Technology ICOET2008
3 to 5 March 2008
Muscat, The Capital, Oman
Website: http://www.icoet,.com

Microsoft contest on HPC
Microsoft is launching a regional contest and engagement around High Performance Computing (HPC) with Engineering colleges and Universities.

Once the exclusive domain of a handful of well-funded companies, supercomputing is increasingly becoming accessible, scalable and affordable to companies of all sizes, budgets and needs. Microsoft launched its first HPC offering last year and is bullish about its prospects in a US$10 billion market. Academic and research institutions in Asia have significant experience in High Performance computing and this programme is designed to expand on that by encouraging the students and the faculties to orient efforts in the direction of parallel programming and building applications, middleware and projects based on this concept.

This project will initially run at the key science universities in Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia and Korea. Students will be introduced to the programme through information displayed at their university and by their lecturers. They can then go online to find out more about this programme and register their interest to participate.

The offer will vary slightly country-to-country however, students will be offered an MSDNAA license for only USD$1 per node (minimum 4 nodes) and if their project is chosen as a winner they will be rewarded with a prize (which will vary by dollar value per country).

The research projects could focus on, but are not limited to – Digital content creation, Animation, Science & Engineering, Finance, Geology, Medicine, Mining, Computational applications for development, Oil and gas exploration or any other field of research involving extensive computational calculations.

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