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#EGICF13 is from the 8th to the 12th of April in Manchester & co-located with #EGCF13

iSGTW is an international weekly online publication that covers distributed computing and the research it enables.

iSGTW reports on all aspects of distributed computing technology, such as grids and clouds. iSGTW also regularly featureS articles on distributed computing-enabled research in a large variety of disciplines, including physics, biology, sociology, earth sciences, archaeology, medicine, disaster management, crime, and art. (Note that we do not cover stories that are purely about commercial technology.)

In its current incarnation, iSGTW is also an online destination where you can host a profile and blog, and find and disseminate announcements and information about events, deadlines, and jobs. In the near future it will also be a place where you can network with colleagues.

You can read iSGTW via SITE , RSS, or email. For the complete iSGTW experience, sign up for an account or log in with OpenID and manage your email subscription from your account preferences. If you do not wish to access the website's features, you can just subscribe to the weekly email here.

iSGTW began as Science Grid This Week, which was first published in April 2005. It went international on 16 November 2006, becoming International Science Grid This Week. Since then it has grown steadily, receiving over 125,000 unique visits from 192 countries and territories in 2010.  By email alone, iSGTW now has approximately 7300 subscribers.

In the past, iSGTW reported exclusively on developments in grid computing technology and the scientific research it enabled. Grid remains our stock-in-trade, but we increasingly report on developments in other distributed computing fields — such as cloud technology — along with the occasional article about high performance computing (HPC, sometimes called “supercomputing”)

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