Information and Data Management:
Supported by the
National Science Foundation
April 29 - May 1, 2001, Fort Worth, Texas
Welcome to the NSF Information and Data Management (IDM) Workshop website. This is the fourth year of the IDM workshop. This year's workshop program will be held from April 29 through May 1st at the Radisson Plaza Hotel (near Sundance square) in Fort Worth, Texas. The program features invited presentations, live demonstrations of current work, presentations and discussions of current work, and group brainstorming sessions focused on emerging research areas.
The goal of this workshop is to bring together the PIs and Co-PIs currently funded by the Information and Data Management Program (IDM and the new ITR) of the National Science Foundation to:
1. Cooperatively analyze research and development issues that are fundamental in making progress in this field.
Specify areas where major breakthroughs appear possible.
Identify needed collaborations (e.g., inter-disciplinary, academic-industry).
Specify facilities that are needed to support these identified research initiatives and collaborations.
2. Demonstrate current research results and interact with other researchers to assess the objectives, contributions and challenges of research activities funded by IDM, as well as to explore fruitful collaboration and synergism.
3. Demonstrate current research results and interact with other researchers to assess the objectives, contributions and challenges of research activities funded by IDM, as well as to explore fruitful collaboration and synergism.