GGF1 - The First Global Grid Forum
March 4-7, 2001
The Amsterdam Science and Technology Center
GGF1 was the first workshop held outside of the U.S.
and the first workshop following a merger of the Grid Forum with
eGrid (European Grid Forum) and the Asia-Pacific Grid Forum community.
GGF1 had over 350 participants from 28 countries and over 190 organizations.
Roughly 220 participants were from Europe, 120 from North America,
2 from Africa, and 15 from Asia-Pacific countries. 45 Grid Working
Drafts were discussed at GGF-1.
Selection of Talks
4- Orientation Session for First-Time Participants: Overview of
Global Grid Forum (Charlie Catlett, GGF Chair, Argonne National
and GGF Status (Charlie Catlett, GGF Chair, Argonne National Laboratory)
What Comes Next in Internet Infrastructure? (Brian Carpenter,
Computing in the Netherlands (Henri Bal, Free University of Amsterdam)
Introduction to Grids (Ian Foster, University of Chicago and Argonne
European Union Policy on the Grid - Prospects for the Future (Frans
de Bru´ne, EU-IST program)
U.K. Grid Program (Tony Hey, Director of U.K. Science Core Programme)
View into the Future - Visions of the Grid (Rick Stevens, Argonne