CHEP 2012

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The 2012 Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics [CHEP 2012] conference is being held at New York University’s Skirball and Kimmel Centers, in Greenwich Village, on 21-25 May next year.

The conference, which is being organised by Brookhaven National Laboratory and New York University, is also being sponsored by ACEOLE, Data Direct Networks, DELL and NEXSAN.

Advanced registration for CHEP 2012 is mandatory. Early registration closes on 31 January 2012. The is a discounted fee for students.

For more information, and registration, please visit the conference website.

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