I will be AGU next week (Tuesday through Thursday morning). I'll be hanging out at the Tech-X booth (circled at right, just up from the NASA booth) most of the time, but will also be patrolling the posters and hitting a few talks as well.

Here's our press release:

> Tech-X Corporation invites you to visit our booth (Booth #1748) at the [American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2011][AGU], December 5 - 9, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
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> We will be featuring GPU Computing, including GPULib, our library of mathematical kernels for GPU computing.
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> We will also be demonstrating the Remote Data Toolkit, which allows seamless access to remote data with IDL.
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> Personnel from Tech-X and/or their collaborators will be participating in the following activities:

> Session A53C: Multisensor and Model Aerosol Data Inter-comparison and Synergy III Posters
> Friday, December 09 1:40PM - 6:00PM, Halls A - C

> A53C-0382 Aerosol type estimations for the ERBE period (1985 - 1989) Jose R. Fernandez, SSAI, Hampton, VA; Seiji Kato, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Fred G. Rose, SSAI, Hampton, VA; David W. Fillmore, Tech-X Corporation, Boulder, CO

Exelis VIS will be at booth #1431; I haven't heard about if there will be an IDL user group meeting.

UPDATE: Also, if you have an iPhone, I recommend the [AGU app]. It has been very useful already for me.

*Full disclosure: I work for Tech-X Corporation.*

[AGU]: http://sites.agu.org/fallmeeting/ "AGU Fall Meeting"
[AGU app]: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/american-geophysical-union/id476096198?mt=8