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IEEE e-Science 2010 Schedule (v13)
All activities occur at the QUT Gardens Point campus with the exception of the conference dinner.


Tuesday 7th December 2010: Workshops and Tutorials

8:00-6:30pm

Registration: Z block foyer (level 4)

9.00–10.30am

Parallel Optimisation and Parameter Fitting

Z503

High-Performance Computing in the Life Sciences

Z504

Computational Science and Engineering Workshop

Z606

e-Science challenges in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Z607

Exploring the Legal and Policy Aspects of Accessing and Making Use of Scientific Knowledge and Information
S405

Tiled Wall Displays

V-Block Level 7

10.45–11.00am

Morning Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

11.00–12.30pm

Parallel Optimisation and Parameter Fitting

Z503

High-Performance Computing in the Life Sciences

Z504

Computational Science and Engineering Workshop

Z606

e-Science challenges in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Z607

Exploring the Legal and Policy Aspects of Accessing and Making Use of Scientific Knowledge and Information
S405

Tiled Wall Displays

V-Block Level 7

12.30–1.30pm

Lunch: Z block foyer (level 4)

1.30–3.15pm

Scientific Workflows Tutorial

Z503

Microsoft Biology Foundation Tutorial

Z504

Cloud Computing for eScience Applications Tutorial

Z606

e-Science challenges in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Z607

 

Tiled Wall Displays

V-Block Level 7

3.15–3.30pm

Afternoon Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

3.30-5.00pm

Scientific Workflows Tutorial

Z503

Microsoft Biology Foundation Tutorial

Z504

Cloud Computing for eScience Applications Tutorial

Z606

e-Science challenges in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Z607

 

Tiled Wall Displays

V-Block Level 7

6:00-8:00pm

Welcome Reception
Owen J Wordsworth room (OJW), level 12, S block (QUT)

 

Wednesday 8th December 2010: IEEE e-Science 2010 Conference

8:00-5:00pm

Registration: Z block foyer (level 4)

9:00-9:30am

Conference Opening | Z411

9:30-10:30am

Keynote 1: Thom Dunning Blue Waters: An Extraordinary Computer to Enable Extraordinary Research | Z411

10:30-11:00am

Morning Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

11:00-12:30pm

Arts, Humanities & e-Social Science 1 | Z606

Climate & Earth Sciences 1 | Z504

Research Tools & Novel Infrastructure 1 | Z411

Scalable Social Simulation: Investigating population-scale phenomena using commodity computing

Realising an eScience platform to support climate change adaptation in Victoria

SubSift web services and workflows for profiling and comparing scientists and their published works

Influence of the Cold War upon Influenza Pandemic of 1957-1958

Enhancing the Quality and Trust of Citizen Science Data

Tracking and Sketching Distributed Data Provenance

A Distributed eResearch Tool for Evaluating Source Backtracking Algorithms

WAGCoE data catalogue for geothermal exploration

Efficient resubmission strategies to design robust grid production environments

12:30-1:30pm

Lunch: Z block foyer (level 4)

1:30-3:00pm

Arts, Humanities & e-Social Science 2 | Z606

Climate & Earth Sciences 2 | Z504

Research Tools & Novel Infrastructure 2 | Z411

Humanities e-Science: From systematic investigations to institutional infrastructures - a status quo report

The Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN)

Bridging The Gap Between Business And Scientific Workflows

Towards a Virtual Research Environment for Language and Literature Researchers

Geospatial Information Modelling for Interoperable Data Exchange. Application Schema modelling: from Concept to Implementation

Design and Implementation of GXP make---a Workflow System Based on Make

Semantics for music analysis through linked data: How country is my country?

Facilitating Research Collaboration in the Australian Geoscience Community using CloudStor

Multidimensional Scaling by Deterministic Annealing with Iterative Majorization algorithm

3:00-3:30pm

Afternoon Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

3:30-4:30pm

Keynote 2: Guy L. Steele Jr. The Rise of Functional Programming Languages in Science | Z411

4:30-5:30pm

Panel 1: Grid Computing is dead: Let's all move to the Cloud Chair Erwin Laure | Z411

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 9th December  2010: IEEE e-Science 2010 Conference

8:00-5:00pm

Registration: Z block foyer (level 4)

9:00-10:00am

Keynote 3: John S.Mattick Information and Data Challenges in Biology | Z411

10:00-10:30am

Morning Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

10:30-12:00pm

Bioinformatics and Health 1 | Z606

Climate & Earth Sciences 3 | Z504

Research Tools & Novel Infrastructure 3 | Z411

Metabolic Flux Analysis in the Cloud

Applying data mining and mathematical morphology to borehole data coming from exploration and mining industry

Towards a Framework for Security in eScience

A Distributed Clinical Data Platform for Physiological Studies in the Brain Trauma Domain

Fault Detection in Distributed Climate Sensor Networks using Dynamic Bayesian Networks

The UNICORE Rich Client: Facilitating the Automated Execution of Scientific Workflows

 

NG-TEPHRA: A Massively Parallel, Nimrod/G-enabled Volcanic Simulation in the Grid and the Cloud

Fault Tolerance and Scaling in e-Science Cloud Applications: Observations from the Continuing Development of MODISAzure

12:00-1:00pm

Lunch: Z block foyer (level 4)

1:00-2:30pm

Digital Repositories & Data Management 1
| Z606

Physical Sciences & Engineering 1 | Z504

Research Tools & Novel Infrastructure 4 | Z411

PODD - Towards An Extensible, Domain-agnostic Scientific Data Management System

Pheromone Pre-Seeding for the Construction of RFID Antenna Structures using ACO

High-Performance Scientific Computing for the Masses: Developing Secure Grid Portals for Scientific Workflows

Enhancing the Core Scientific Metadata Model to Incorporate Derived Data

A Revolutionary New Paradigm for the Reduction and Analysis of Astronomical Images

ObsDB: A System for Uniformly Storing and Querying Heterogeneous Observational Data

The Evolution of myExperiment

A Local Sensitivity Analysis Method for Developing Cardiac Models with Identifiable Parameters: Application to L-type Calcium Channels Regulation

COVE: A Visual Environment for Multidisciplinary Ocean Science Collaboration

2:30-3:00pm

Afternoon Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

3:00-4:00pm

Keynote 4: Jurgen P.Schultz Advanced Applications of Virtual Reality | Z411

4:00-5:00pm

Panel 2: eScience Education: when, where, how? Chair Paul Bonnington | Z411

6:15-10:30pm

Conference Dinner: Lone Pine

 

Friday 10th December  2010: IEEE e-Science 2010 Conference

8:00-3:00pm

Registration: Z block foyer (level 4)

9:00-10:00am

Keynote 5: Ian Foster Open Source Modeling as an Enabler of Transparent Decision Making | Z411

10:00-10:30am

Morning Tea: Z block foyer (level 4)

10:30-12:00pm

Research Tools & novel infrastructure 5 | Z606

Research Tools & novel infrastructure 6 | Z504

Research Tools &  novel infrastructure 7 | Z411

Scaling Benchmark of ESyS-Particle for Elastic Wave Propagation Simulations

Why Linked Data is Not Enough for Scientists

Parameter Optimization in the Nimrod/OK toolkit

Play it again, SAM – using scientific workflows to drive the generation of semantic annotations

Scaling Acoustic Data Analysis Through Collaboration and Automation

AMOS: Using the Cloud for On-Demand Execution of e-Science Applications

Trading Consistency for Scalability in Scientific Metadata

A Semantic eScience Platform for Chemistry

 

12:00-1:00pm

Lunch: Z block foyer (level 4)

1:00-2:00pm

Keynote 6: S. George Djorgovski Science in Cyberspace | Z411

2:00-2:30pm

Conference closing | Z411

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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