What is InterLab?
InterLab is a four day workshop aimed at web designers, web application developers, online communications professionals, and managers of internet resources throughout the Department of Energy complex. Held annually since 1994, InterLab is hosted by a different DOE laboratory each year. The workshop will offer a combination of guest speakers and technical presentations by the participants, as well as many opportunities for networking with peers. Attendees are primarily in the DOE community and related government research institutions.Transportation Information
Artist, designer, professor, and author of Fresher Styles for Web Designers.
A recognized expert in standards-based web development and accessibility.
Co-founder of Nathanna, a graphic design firm in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Senior Web Developer who blogs and speaks about the latest web technologies.
InterLab 2010 took place at Pollard Technology Conference Center in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Thanks to everyone who participated.
- InterLab 2009 - Brookhaven National Laboratory
- InterLab 2008 - Sandia National Laboratories
- InterLab 2007 - Los Alamos National Laboratory
- InterLab 2006 - Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
- InterLab 2005 - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- InterLab 2004 - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- InterLab 2003 - Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
- InterLab 2002 - National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- InterLab 2000 - Los Alamos National Laboratory
- InterLab 1999 - Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
- InterLab 1998 - Sandia National Laboratories
- InterLab 1997 - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- InterLab 1996 - National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- InterLab 1995 - National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- InterLab 1994 - National Renewable Energy Laboratory