The main themes will be:
- shared infrastructures
- using the cloud in research
- end-user engagement
- applications (e-science, e-social science, research in the arts and humanities).
The conference will feature keynote presentations, workshop sessions, poster presentations and demonstrations. A series of workshops will be held on the afternoons of Monday 26th and Thursday 29th September, alongside the main conference. See the programme information for details. Papers will be peer reviewed and published in a special issue journal (to be confirmed). There will be a small exhibition area and opportunities for networking.
For full details see http://www.allhands.org.uk/