LUG 2016: Call For Participation
Abstracts Due Friday, Feb 12th
Friday, February 12th is the final day to submit a presentation for the
14th annual LustreR User Group (LUG)
The abstract submission deadline is February 12, 2016
No submission extensions will be granted
The OpenSFS LUG Planning Committee is looking for presentations related to
specific development challenges, new feature development, project updates,
edge-case implementations, and more. Does this sound like something you are
working on? Then submit an abstract today!
Submit an Abstract
The over-arching goal of LUG 2016 is to provide a forum for end user sites
to share knowledge and experience with their peers. All LUG presentations
will be 30 minutes, with a total of 25 speaking opportunities available.
To submit an abstract please visit the
LUG 2016 Call for
Presentation Submission Website: Your abstract should be a minimum of 250
words and should provide a clear description of the planned presentation and
* You will need to create a user account on Easy Chair (our online
submission platform) if you don't already have one
* After providing your user details via Easy Chair, you will be
prompted to complete the online submission process
Please note, the LUG Program Committee will prioritize abstracts from
end-users and their organizations. Accepted presentations will be subject to
panel review three weeks in advance of LUG 2016.
Additional submission guidelines are available on the
Call for Participation website.
LUG 2016 is the primary event for technical presentations and discussions on
the Lustre parallel file system. This year's conference is being held in
Portland, OR, from April 5-7, 2016.
f75&llr=c9ldpiwab> Register now to take advantage of the special early bird
rate before March 11th. The early bird registration price is $525.
We look forward to seeing you in Portland at LUG 2016!
OpenSFS LUG Planning Committee
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