A-Z Index | Phone Book | Careers

InTheLoop Historical Archive

This historical archive contains issues dating back to InTheLoop's launch in 1997. To display a particular year's issues, select "Filter by Year" and choose the desired year from the drop-down menu. For the most recent issues, visit our current issues page.

InTheLoop | 04.04.2005

April 4, 2005

DOE Review of NERSC Concludes, Director's Review of CS This Week || SciDAC Meeting to Showcase LBNL's Leadership in Projects || Retirement Lunch for ISS' Steve Abraham Set for Thursday, June 23 || CRD Staff Members Help Set Program for Upcoming Compframe Conference || Enrollment in June 15 UNIX Security II (Advanced) Course Is Still Open Read More »

InTheLoop | 03.28.2005

March 28, 2005

Global Warming Paper in Science Magazine Credits Strong Support of NERSC || RSVP Now for April 26 Retirement Party for Martin Dooly || SC05 Conference Opens Submissions for Papers, Tutorials, Panels || Job Posting: Computing Sciences Facilities Lead || Enrollment for April 19 Encryption Course Now Open Read More »

InTheLoop | 03.21.2005

March 21, 2005

Phil Colella Named to MSRI's Scientific Advisory Committee || Final Basic Electrical Safety Awareness Class at OSF to Be Offered March 31 || Course for Supervisors Focuses on Preventing Violence in the Workplace || Current Job Opening: Network Engineer/Software Developer for ESnet || Do You Share Your Password with Someone Else? || Enrollment for March 24 Network Security Course Closes Tomorrow || Mac OS X Security Topic of March 22 Computer Protection Brown Bag Talk Read More »

InTheLoop | 03.14.2005

March 14, 2005

New Web Site Helps Meeting Organizers Plan, Host Successful Events || DSD Tutorial Series to Highlight Collaborative Resources || Mac OS X Security Topic of March 22 Computer Protection Brown Bag Talk || How Good Is Your Password? || Enrollment for March 24 Network Security Course Is Still Open Read More »

InTheLoop | 03.07.2005

March 7, 2005

Lab to Host High Energy Physics Cyber Security Workshop || CRD's Chris Ding to Give Seminar on Web-Ranking Algorithms at UCB Engineering || ESnet Building New Architecture to Support Next-Generation DOE Science || CRD's David Culler Elected to the National Academy of Engineering || Supervisors Offered March 17 Class on Preventing Workplace Harassment || Healthy Dose of Paranoia Can Help Prevent Computer Virus Infections Read More »

InTheLoop | 02.28.2005

February 28, 2005

SciDAC Meeting to Be Held June 26-30 in San Francisco || NERSC Team's Paper on Science-Driven Architecture Published by Earth Simulator || March 4 Deadline for Papers, Panels, Workshops for Diversity in Computing Conference || Beware of Email that Appears to Come from the FBI || Enrollment for March 24 Network Security Course Now Open Read More »

InTheLoop | 02.22.2005

February 22, 2005

Update: Feb. 25 CS Seminar to Feature UC Berkeley's Prof. William Kahan || New Publication Features Article Co-Authored by Erich Strohmaier, Horst Simon || Reminder: Dwayne Ramsey to Give Feb. 24 "State of the Computer Protection Program" || Enrollment for March 24 Network Security Course Is Now Open Read More »

InTheLoop | 02.14.2005

February 14, 2005

Feb. 25 CS Seminar to Feature UC Berkeley's Prof. William Kahan || Dwayne Ramsey to Talk on the "State of the Computer Protection Program" on Feb. 24 || Today Is the Deadline to Sign Up for Feb. 17 Security Basics Course || Warning: Do Not Use the Magu Marauder "Strike Back" Screen Saver Read More »

InTheLoop | 02.07.2005

February 7, 2005

NERSC's Steve Lau and Scott Campbell to Speak at Cyber Security Training Meeting || Windows NT 4.0 Users Urged to Upgrade Due to Security Concerns || Staff Invited to Sit In on Field Work Proposal Presentations || Learn the Basics of Computer Security in Feb. 17 Course Read More »

InTheLoop | 01.31.2005

January 31, 2005

Computing Sciences to Showcase Expertise in Washington Lecture Series || Face-to-Face Discussion Helps Fusion Scientists Solve Interface Problem || Staff Invited to Sit In on Field Work Proposal Presentations Read More »