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conference "7th IEEE International Conference on e-Science"
  from Monday 05 December 2011 (08:00)
to Thursday 08 December 2011 (18:00)
at City Conference Center
  Description: See http://www.escience2011.org/ for details.
 

Monday 05 December 2011 toptop

09:00->10:30    Microsoft eScience Workshop Plenary Advancing Environmental Understanding; the Role of eScience (Location: Pillar Hall )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

09:00->10:30    Workshop on Interoperability in Scientific Computing (Location: Room 356 )
Description: See http:// www.cs.ox.ac.uk/david.johnson/wisc11/ for details 
10:30 
Coffee Break

11:00->12:30    Workshop: Computing advances in Life Sciences (Location: Pillar Hall )
Description: See http://www.scalalife.eu/content/ieee-escience-2011- workshop-computing-advances-life-science for details 

11:00->12:30    Workshop: Measuring the Impact of eScience Research (Location: Room 252 )
Description: See http://www.ci.uch icago.edu/MESR/ for details. 

11:00->12:30    Microsoft eScience Workshop Citizen Science on Windows Phone 7 Platform (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

11:00->12:30    Microsoft eScience Workshop Scientific Programming for Biologists (and Everyone Else) (Location: Room 353 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

11:00->12:30    Workshop on Interoperability in Scientific Computing (Location: Room 356 )
Description: See http:// www.cs.ox.ac.uk/david.johnson/wisc11/ for details 
12:30 
Lunch Break

13:30->15:00    Workshop: Distributed Multiscale Computing (Location: Room 356 )
Description: See http:/ /www.computationalscience.nl/dmc2011/ for details. 

13:30->15:00    Workshop: Measuring the Impact of eScience Research (Location: Room 252 )
Description: See http://www.ci.uch icago.edu/MESR/ for details. 

13:30->15:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Community Capability Model for Data-Intensive Science (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

13:30->15:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop VENUS-C: eScience in the Cloud (Location: Room 353 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

13:30->15:00    Workshop on D3Science (data-intensive, distributed, and dynamic) (Location: Room 253 )
Description: See http://www.c i.uchicago.edu/D3Science/ for details 

13:30->15:00    Workshop: Computing advances in Life Sciences (Location: Pillar Hall )
Description: See http://www.scalalife.eu/content/ieee-escience-2011- workshop-computing-advances-life-science for details 
15:00 
Coffee Break

15:30->17:00    Workshop: Distributed Multiscale Computing (Location: Room 356 )
Description: See http:/ /www.computationalscience.nl/dmc2011/ for details. 

15:30->17:00    Workshop: Measuring the Impact of eScience Research (Location: Room 252 )
Description: See http://www.ci.uch icago.edu/MESR/ for details. 

15:30->17:00    Workshop on D3Science (data-intensive, distributed, and dynamic) (Location: Room 253 )
Description: See http://www.c i.uchicago.edu/D3Science/ for details 

15:30->17:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Developing Communication Maturity Models for Data-Intensive Science (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

15:30->17:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Cloud Computing: Real-World Experiences (Location: Room 353 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

15:30->17:00    Workshop: Computing advances in Life Sciences (Location: Pillar Hall )
Description: See http://www.scalalife.eu/content/ieee-escience-2011- workshop-computing-advances-life-science for details 

17:30->21:30    Microsoft Workshop Dinner and Jim Gray Award (Location: Clarion Sign Hotel)

Tuesday 06 December 2011 toptop

09:00->09:30    Opening (Location: Pillar Hall )

09:30->10:30    Keynote: Computational Biomedicine: A Challenge for the 21st Century, Peter Coveney, UCL (Convener: Erwin Laure (PDC-HPC) ) (Location: Pillar Hall ) files slides pdf  
Description: Much scientific research and innovation requires a wide range of data intensive computations--including high performance computing (HPC)--to be run as part of a complex workflow, for example with different steps for data access, data acquisition, data transfer, data processing and compute-intensive simulation. To simplify the process for the user, we can orchestrate these steps using a workflow manager and provide seamless access to remote resources using audited credential delegation and the application hosting environment. This talk will outline several biomedical applications our group has been working on to enable better medical/clinicial treatments which draw on the use of HPC inter alia. These include patient specific HIV drug therapy, personalized treatment of aneurysms in the brain and patient specific cancer therapy. In this talk I will describe the e-Science techniques used in each project and will make a case for an integrated computational infrastructure (data storage, networks and computational resources) to ensure the successful development of future biomedical applications. I will also provide an overview of the developments at the EU level to further computational biomedicine through the FP7 Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) Initiative. VPH projects in which we are involved include VPH-SHARE, which aims to provide robust cloud based infrastructure for translational biomedical research and clinical usage, and p-medicine, where we process large amounts of federated medical data from different sources to provide personalized clinical decision support. Such scenarios require a heterogeneous computational infrastructure, comprising secure resources from the desktop (within a hospital) to the very largest supercomputers available nationally and internationally, in new and disruptive ways, for example to deliver urgent results on demand.  
10:30 
Coffee Break

11:00->12:30    e‐Science Paper Session 1A (Bioinformatics and Health/Tools) (Convener: Sverker Holmgren ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
11:00  A Virtual Research Environment for Cancer Imaging (30')

Maria Susana Avila Garcia, Anne Trefethen, Xin Xiong, Charles Crichton, Andrew Tsui, Pin Hu

11:30  An Open‐source Collaboration Environment for Metagenomics Research (30')

Xiaoquan Su, Yongzheng Ma, Hongwei Yang, Xingzhi Chang, Kai Nan, Jian Xu, Kang Ning

12:00  rCAD: A Novel Database Schema for the Comparative Analysis of RNA (30')

Stuart Ozer, Kishore Doshi, Weijia Xu, Robin Gutell


11:00->12:30    e‐Science Paper Session 1B (Tools) (Convener: David Abramson ) (Location: Room 253 )
11:00  A national grid submission gateway for eScience (30')

Shunde Zhang, Paul Coddington, Andrew Wendelborn

11:30  Investigating the Use of Gadgets, Widgets, and OpenSocial to Build Science Gateways (30')

Zhenhua Guo, Raminderjeet Singh, Marlon Pierce, Yan Liu

12:00  A Chemistry‐Inspired Workflow Management System for Scientific Applications in Clouds (30')

Cedric Tedeschi, Hector Fernandez, Thierry Priol


11:00->12:30    Microsoft eScience Workshop Digital Humanities 1 (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

11:00->12:30    Microsoft eScience Workshop Semantics in Action with Data Enrichment (Location: Room 353 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

11:00->12:30    Workshop: Towards a Global Research Data Infrastructure (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more information see the workshop website.  
12:30 
Lunch Break

13:30->15:00    e‐Science Paper Session 2A (Bioinformatics and Health/Tools) (Convener: Craig Mudge ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
13:30  A Cloud‐based Dynamic Workflow for Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis (30')

Ashish Nagavaram, Gagan Agrawal, Michael Freitas, Gaurang Mehta, Rajiv Mayani, Ewa Deelman

14:00  Creating a Cloud‐based Life Science Gateway (30')

Wenjun Wu, Hui Zhang, Zhenan Li, Yaokuan Mao

14:30  Optimizing Phylogenetic Analysis Using SciHmm Cloud‐based Scientific Workflow (30')

Kary Ocana, Daniel Oliveira, Eduardo Ogasawara, Jonas Dias, Marta Mattoso


13:30->15:00    e‐Science Paper Session 2B (Climate and Earth Sciences) (Convener: Michela Taufer ) (Location: Room 253 )
13:30  Wireless sensing networks for environmental monitoring: two case studies from tropical forests (30')

Arturo Sanchez‐Azofeifa, Cassidy Rankine, Mario Do Espirito Sanchez, Robert Fatland, Milton Garcia

14:00  On the Powerful Use of Simulations in the Quake‐Catcher Network to Efficiently Position Low‐cost Earthquake Sensors (30')

Kyle Benson, Trilce Estrada, Michela Taufer, Jesse Lawrence, Elizabeth Cochran

14:30  Communicating Coastal Risk Analysis in an Age of Climate Change (30')

John McGee, Brian Blanton, Oleg Kapeljushnik


13:30->15:00    Workshop: Towards a Global Research Data Infrastructure (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more information see the workshop website.  

13:30->15:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Digital Humanities 2 (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

13:30->15:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Semantics in Action via Services and Policies (Location: Room 353 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

13:30->15:00    International eScience Coordination (closed) (Location: Room 252 )
13:30  Intro (10') Erwin Laure (PDC-HPC)
13:40  Sweden (07') Dan Henningson (KTH Mechanics) , Nyström Ingela
13:47  UK (07') Anne Trefethen, David De Roure
13:54  Finland (07') Per Öster
14:01  Australia (07') David Abramson
14:08  Nordic (07') Sverker Holmgren
14:15  Netherlands (07') Jacob de Vlieg
14:22  Microsoft (07') Tony Hey
14:30  Discussion (30')
15:00 
Coffee Break

15:30->17:00    e‐Science Paper Session 3A (Bioinformatics and Health/Tools) (Convener: Ingela Nyström ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
15:30  Application of Data Mining in Research of Avian Influenza Virus Cross‐Species Infection (30')

Shasha Li, Yuanchun Zhou, Jianhui Li, Ze Luo, Zheng Kou, Tianxian Li, Baoping Yan

16:00  Fostering Scientific Workflow Preservation Through Discovery of Substitute Services (30')

Khalid Belhajjame, Carole Goble, Stian Soiland‐Reyes, David de Roure

16:30  A Novel Framework for Monitoring and Analyzing Quality of Data in Simulation Workflows (30')

Michael Reiter, Uwe Breitenbuecher, Schahram Dustdar, Dimka Karastoyanova, Frank Leymann, Hong‐Linh Truong


15:30->17:00    e‐Science Paper Session 3B (Climate and Earth Sciences) (Convener: Anne Trefethen ) (Location: Room 253 )
15:30  Transient modeling of permafrost dynamics in changing climate scenarios (30')

Andrew Frampton, Georgia Destouni, Ylva Sjöberg, Scott Painter

16:00  Evolving Inversion Methods in Geophysics with Cloud Computing ‐ a case study of an eScience collaboration (30')

Craig Mudge, Graham Heinson, Pinaki Chandrasekhar, Stephan Thiel

16:30  Assessing the Value of Cloudbursting: A Case Study of Satellite Image Processing on Windows Azure (30')

Marty Humphrey, Zach Hill, Keith Jackson, Catharine van Ingen, Youngryel Ryu


15:30->17:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Software for Science (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

19:00->21:00    Reception at City Hall

Wednesday 07 December 2011 toptop

09:00->10:00    Keynote: eScience: Past, Present and Future, Tony Hey, Microsoft Research (Convener: Daniel Katz ) (Location: Pillar Hall ) files slides pdf  
Description: The talk will review the origins of the eScience initiative starting with the John Taylor’s ambitious £250M program in the UK. One strand of the eScience agenda concerns data- intensive science and ‘big data’. In Europe and the UK, and also globally, the particle physicists used complex middleware to build a grid of centers to move data from CERN and to share data and computing resources for the analysis of the LHC experiments. Other scientific communities also have big data challenges: Jim Gray and Alex Szalay’s pioneering work with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and their creation of the SkyServer Database were major landmarks for ‘big data’ astronomy. The global astronomy community also came together to create ‘Virtual Observatories’ as a forum for collaboration and exchange of data.

Both particle physics and astronomy have significant amounts of data yet do not present the same challenge for discovery and insight that is needed for the analysis of genetic and bioinformatics data. There, the goal is to extract new knowledge from very disparate types of data ranging from gene sequences to 3-D protein structures. Similar remarks can be made about biomedical data where understanding features in medical images and integrating this information with many other types of medical data is a major challenge. In these last two examples, computer science technologies such as Machine Learning and Computer Vision clearly have a key role to play. Finally the increasing deployments of sensor networks and the use of satellite imagery are transforming many areas of environmental science. In all these cases there is a need to use advanced IT to assist scientists in managing, visualizing and analyzing their data.

The eScience agenda is not only about very big data in the Terabyte and Petabyte range. The need to collaborate, re- use and mine many small data sets is a common feature of many different fields and eScience covers the tools and technologies required to make this possible. The tools must cover the entire data life cycle, from acquisition to archive. Furthermore, the tools needed by scientists can incorporate advanced computer science algorithms but they also need to be robust and reliable - not just research prototypes beloved by computer science researchers!

Increasingly eScience technologies will be relevant to the Humanities and Social Sciences and perhaps the term eResearch, as in the Australian eResearch program, is a more appropriate name. The explosive growth in scientific data will also affect scholarly publishing and libraries. In addition to the scientific data revolution we are also seeing a transformation in how we publish scientific data and how we assign credit for such tasks as data curation.

After a brief survey of the state of eScience today with some examples of what Jim Gray called the ‘Fourth Paradigm’ for scientific research, the talk concludes with a look to the future where semantic computing technologies and Cloud services are certain to play an increasingly important role. 
10:00 
Coffee Break

10:30->12:00    Workshop: Cloud Interfaces and Virtualization for e-Science and Industry (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more information see the workshop website.  

10:30->12:00    e‐Science Paper Session 4A (Data Management and Digital Repositories) (Convener: Ning Kang ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
10:30  A Provenance approach to trace scientific experiments on a grid infrastructure (30')

Ammar Benabdelkader, Mark Santcroos, Souley Madougou, Antoine van Kampem, Silvia Delgado Olaba

11:00  The SinBiota 2.0 Biodiversity Information System (30')

Cleber Mira, Pedro Feijao, Tiago Duque‐Estrada, Joao Meidanis, Carlos Joly

11:30  Large Scale Participatory Acoustic Sensor Data Analysis: Tools and Reputation Models to Enhance Effectiveness (30')

Anthony Truskinger, Haofan Yang, Jason Wimmer, Jinglan Zhang, Ian Williamson, Paul Roe


10:30->12:00    e‐Science Paper Session 4B (Arts, Humanities and e‐Social Science) (Convener: Neil Geddes ) (Location: Room 253 )
10:30  Preparing DARIAH (30')

Andreas Aschenbrenner, Tobias Blanke, Michael Priddy

11:00  e‐Science and the Archaeological Frontier (30')

Aaron Gidding, Yuma Matsui, Thomas Levy, Tom DeFanti, Falko Kuester

11:30  Building a Semantic Knowledge Base for Painting Conservators (30')

Jane Hunter, Suleiman Odat


10:30->12:00    e‐Science Paper Session 4C (Physical Sciences and Engineering) (Convener: Oxana Smirnova (Lund University) ) (Location: Room 252 )
10:30  Building and operating a distributed regional centre for LHC computing and data storage (30')

Oxana Smirnova, Gerd Behrmann, Michael Gronager, Daniel Johansson, Josva Kleist, Aleksandr Konstantinov, Balazs Konya, Henrik Thostrup Jensen

11:00  iGrid: Interactive Grid (30')

Marco Meoni

11:30  Chinese e‐VLBI Network: a multi‐purpose e‐science platform (30')

Weimin Zheng


10:30->12:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Open Data for Open Science – An Environmental Informatics Workshop (part 1) (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 

10:30->12:00    Microsoft eScience Workshop Is NUI "Natural" for Scientists? (Location: Room 353 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 
12:00 
Lunch Break

13:00->14:30    Workshop: Cloud Interfaces and Virtualization for e-Science and Industry (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more information see the workshop website.  

13:00->14:30    e‐Science Paper Session 5A (Data Management and Digital Repositories) (Convener: Bengt Persson ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
13:00  Adaptive Inference of Fine‐grained Data Provenance to Achieve High Accuracy at Lower Storage Costs (30')

Mohammad Rezwanul Huq, Andreas Wombacher, Peter Apers

13:30  A Scalable Architecture for e‐Science Data Management (30')

Salman Toor, Manivasakan Sabesan, Sverker Holmgren, Tore Risch

14:00  The Adaptive Collection and Analysis of Distributed Multimedia Sensor Data (30')

Paul Roe


13:00->14:30    e‐Science Paper Session 5B (Tools) (Convener: Neil Geddes ) (Location: Room 253 )
13:00  Collaborative eResearch in a Social Cloud (30')

Ashfag Thaufeeg, Kris Bubendorfe, Kyle Chard

13:30  Dynamic Handling for Cooperating Scientific Web Services (30')

Reginald Cushing

14:00  In Situ Data Provenance Capture in Spreadsheets (30')

Hazeline Asuncion


13:00->14:30    e‐Science Paper Session 5C (Physical Sciences and Engineering) (Convener: Oxana Smirnova (Lund University) ) (Location: Room 252 )
13:00  HELIO: Discovery and Analysis of Data in Heliophysics (30')

Donal Fellows, John Brooke, Robert Bentley Andre Csillaghy, Anja Le Blanc, Gabriele Pierantoni, Marco Soldati, Mauro Messerotti

13:30  Scaling Dalton, a molecular electronic structure program (30')

Xavier Aguilar, Michael Schliephake, Olav Vahtras, Judit Gimenez, Erwin Laure

14:00  Dynamic Pipeline Changes in Scienitifc Data Processing (30')

Johnson Mwebaze


13:00->14:30    Microsoft eScience Workshop Open Data for Open Science – An Environmental Informatics Workshop (part 2) (Location: Room 351 )
Description: See http://research.microsoft.com/en- us/events/escience2011/ for details. 
14:30 
Coffee Break

15:00->16:00    eScience Keynote: 2011 Nobel Laureate Brian P. Schmidt (Convener: Erwin Laure (PDC-HPC) ) (Location: Pillar Hall )

16:15->17:15    Keynote: ...ye who here enter...., Pär Strand, Chalmers University, Sweden (Convener: Erwin Laure (PDC-HPC) ) (Location: Pillar Hall ) files slides pdf  
Description: e-Science and activities that build on e-infrastructure has emerged on the scientific arena the last ten years or so. It is continuing to grow in an ever increasing pace and is gaining more and more impact on both science and society. The underpinning of this development is the availability and robustness of the underlying infrastructures and the ability, often seeded by EU level project funding, to bring large scale collaborative teams together to pursue science issue son the infrastructures. There are a number of challenges for a new community to access e-infrastructures. Some of the challenges are purely technical – the tools of the new community need to be adapted to the infrastructure. Other challenges come from new computational or technical requirements introduced to the infrastructure pushing it into new realms of operation or access paradigms. Bridging the societal differences of individuals of sometimes very different backgrounds both technical and cultural is a harder challenge than often is appreciated. A lot of these challenges will be polarized as larger scale projects with strong e-Science and e-Infrastructure components are starting up in Europe. We will look at these issues taken input from our experience in bringing the fusion community closer to the e-science and e- infrastructure activities in Europe.  

17:15->18:15    eScience Steering Committee (closed) (Location: Room 253 )

18:30->22:00    Gala Dinner

Thursday 08 December 2011 toptop

09:00->10:00    Keynote: The Name is Science, d-Science, Yannis Ioannidis, University of Athens and ATHENA Research Center (Location: Pillar Hall ) files slides pdf  
Description: Having passed through the empirical/observational, the theoretical/experimental, and the computational paradigms, science is now conducted predominantly following the data exploration paradigm. Data is the key in modern scientific endeavor! Incredible amounts of it of great complexity is generated, which is then analyzed in an automatic or semi- automatic fashion; this results in identification of common patterns and trends or rare phenomena, which often constitute new scientific discoveries or lead to those. In this talk, we will present several contemporary scientific efforts of major importance that are critically dependent on data exploration. We will also outline some key relevant data- management challenges that arise in the context of these efforts and require significant advances in current technology. At the end of the talk, it should be obvious that the "e-Science 2012" Conference should be renamed into "d-Science 2012"! 
10:00 
Coffee Break

10:30->12:00    Workshop: EU-IndiaGrid2 (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more details see the workshop homepage.  

10:30->12:00    Workshop: Computing for Citizen Science (Location: Room 252 )
Description: See http://itee.uq.edu.au/~eresearch/worksho ps/compcitsci2011/index.html for details. 

10:30->12:00    e‐Science Paper Session 6A (Data Management and Digital Repositories) (Convener: P.O. Östberg ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
10:30  Enforcing scientific data sharing agreements (30')

Michael Wilson, Shirley Crompton, Brian Matthews, Alexey Orlov

11:00  A Mosaic of Software (30')

Kenton McHenry, Rob Kooper, Luigi Marini, Michael Ondrejcek, Peter Bajcsy

11:30  Creating Infrastructure for Tool‐Independent Querying and Exploration of Scientific Workflows (30')

Lena Strömbäck, Valentina Ivanova


10:30->12:00    e‐Science Paper Session 6B (Data Management/Climate and Earth Sciences) (Convener: Pär Strand ) (Location: Room 351 )
10:30  Towards an e‐Infrastructure for Urban Research Across Australia (30')

Richard Sinnott, Martin Tomko, Gerson Galang, Ribert Stimson

11:00  A Linked Data Approach to Publishing Complex Scientific Workflows (30')

Arif Shaon, Sarah Callaghan, Bryan Lawrence, Brian Matthews, Andrew Woolf, Timothy Osborn, Colin Harpham

11:30  Experiences Using GlideinWMS and the Corral Frontend Across Cyberinfrastructures (30')

Mats Rynge, Gideon Juve, Ewa Deelman, Krista Larson, Burt Holzman, Igor Sfiligoi, Frank Würthwein, G. Bruce Berriman, Scott Callaghan


10:30->12:00    e‐Science Paper Session 6C (Physical Sciences and Engineering) (Convener: Dan Henningson ) (Location: Room 353 )
10:30  Large‐scale simulations of turbulence: HPC and numerical experiments (30')

Philipp Schlatter, Johan Malm, Geert Brethouwer, Arne Johansson, Dan Henningson

11:00  The Saaz Framework for Turbulent Flow Queries (30')

Alden King, Eric Arobone, Scott Baden, Sutanu Sarkar

11:30  Parallel finite element operator application: Graph partitioning and coloring (30')

Katharina Kormann, Martin Kronbichler


10:30->16:30    EGI Council meeting (closed) (Location: Room 253 )
Description: For more information see https://www.eg i.eu/indico/event/653  
12:00 
Lunch Break

13:00->14:30    Workshop: EU-IndiaGrid2 (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more details see the workshop homepage.  

13:00->14:30    Workshop: Computing for Citizen Science (Location: Room 252 )
Description: See http://itee.uq.edu.au/~eresearch/worksho ps/compcitsci2011/index.html for details. 

13:00->14:30    e‐Science Paper Session 7A (Education and e‐Science Practice) (Convener: David Abramson ) (Location: Pillar Hall )
13:00  Cyberinfrastructure Internship and its application to e‐Science (30')

David Abramson

13:30  Cyberinfrastructure and e‐Science Application Practices in Chinese Academy of Sciences (30')

Xiangyang Huang, Ze Luo, Baoping Yan

14:00  e‐Science Practice for Wild Birds' Monitoring and Protection in Qinghai Lake Region (30')

Ze Luo, Baoping Yan, Yuanchun Zhou, Jian LI, Haiming Zhang, Jing Shao, Shasha Li


13:00->14:30    e‐Science Paper Session 7B (Tools) (Convener: Åke Edlund ) (Location: Room 351 )
13:00  A Social Cloud for Public eResearch (30')

Koshy John, Kris Bubendorfe, Kyle Chard

13:30  User‐orientated electronic laboratory notebook for retrieval and extraction of provenance information for EUROCHAMP‐2 (30')

Zulkifly Mohd Zaki, Peter Dew, Lydia MS Lau, Michael Pilling

14:00  A Framework for Efficient Text Analytics through Automatic Configuration and Customization of Scientific Workflows (30')

Matheus Hauder, Yolanda Gil, Yan Liu


13:00->14:30    e‐Science Paper Session 7C (Physical Sciences and Engineering) (Convener: Dan Henningson ) (Location: Room 353 )
13:00  Design of a parallel hybrid direct/iterative solver for CFD problems (30')

Jonas Thies, Fred Wubs

13:30  CarbBuilder: An Adjustable Tool for Building 3D Molecular Structures of Carbohydrates for Molecular Simulation (30')

Michelle Kuttel, Göran Widmalm, Yue Mao, Magnus Lundborg

14:00  An Approach to Optimize the Execution of RTM algorithm in Multicore Machines (30')

Alexandre Sena, Aline Nascimento, Cristina Boeres, Vinod Rebello, André Bulcão

14:30 
Coffee Break

15:00->16:30    Workshop: EU-IndiaGrid2 (Location: Room 356 )
Description: For more details see the workshop homepage.  

15:00->16:30    Workshop: Computing for Citizen Science (Location: Room 252 )
Description: See http://itee.uq.edu.au/~eresearch/worksho ps/compcitsci2011/index.html for details. 

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