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Monday 31st August     (jump to Tuesday or Wednesday programme)
9:00 - 10:30Registration, sponsor booths, demos
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30 (1B) Adventures of Categories: Modeling the evolution of categories during scientific investigation,
Beyond the Book: Linking Books to Wikipedia,
HEEM, a Complex Model for Mining Emotions in Historical Text,
Swedish eScience Education- a Graduate School in eScience,
Using Text Similarity to Detect Social Interactions not Captured by Formal Reply Mechanisms.
Acceleration-as-a-Service: Exploiting Virtualised GPUs for a Financial Application,
An integrated approach to porting large scientific applications,
Application Support for virtual-GPGPUs in Grid Infrastructures,
TemPSS: A service providing software parameter templates and profiles for scientific HPC.
12:30 - 13:45Lunch
13:45 - 15:00 (2A)
Keynote speech: Data assimilation in global mantle flow models:
theory, computational challenges and uncertainties
in reconstructing global deep Earth structure back in time.
15:00 - 15:20Coffee
15:20 - 17:15 (2B) Enabling SDMX-based Retrieval and Spatio-statistical Analysis of National Census and Related Datasets,
Finding Pulsars in Real-Time,
From HPC Performance to Climate Modeling: Transforming Methods for HPC Predictions Into Models of Extreme Climate Conditions,
Multidisciplinary collaboration to facilitate hypotheses generation in Huntington's Disease.
Bootstrapping Complex Workflow Middleware Systems into the Cloud,
Cost-Aware Resource Provisioning for Cloud-based Scientific Workflows,
Deployment of a Multi-Site Cloud Environment for Molecular Virtual Screenings,
Federating infrastructure as a service cloud computing systems to create a uniform e-infrastructure for research.
17:15 - 17:30Group photo
17:30 - 18:15
Transfer to LRZ
(back toMonday)     Tuesday 1st September     (jump to Wednesday)
9:00 - 10:30 (3A)Focus day keynote session

Environmental Computing - more than computing environmental models?,
European and International Collaboration in Climate and Environmental Research ,
Towards the use of super-computing resources in the Global Risk Model,
Can e-Science transform climate science?
10:30 - 11:00Coffee
11:00 - 12:30 (3B) A round table for multi-disciplinary research on Geospatial and Climate Data,
eScience through the Integration of Data and Models: A Biodiversity Scenario,
FishGraph: A Network-Driven Data Analysis.
A Comparison of Background Subtraction Algorithms for Detecting Avian Nesting Events in Uncontrolled Outdoor Video, Discovering loose group movement patterns from animal trajectories,
WRF-ARWModel for the Prediction of High Temperatures in South and South East Regions of Armenia.
12:30 - 13:45Lunch
13:45 - 15:45 (4A) Facilitiating Environmental 'Omics research through Desktop as a Service,
LastQuake, a smarphone app for the rapid engagement with global earthquakes eyewitnesses and massive crowdsourcing of field observations : a case study of the 2015 Nepal earthquake sequence,
Live ANDES: Cloud-based application for citizen science and wildlife conservation,
VERCE delivers a productive e-Science environment for seismology research,
Modeling the Tsunami, Storm Surge, Landslide, and Local Scour in EGI-Engage DMCC.
eScience challenges in monitoring of river embankments - lessons from 'flood' projects,
Summer in the City: Forecasting and Mapping Human Thermal Comfort in Urban Areas,
Transforming Geodata for Immersive Visualisation,
HPC and Applications in Vietnam.
15:45 - 16:15Coffee
16:15 - 17:45 (4B)Track summaries and wrap-up of the environmental computing day

The Economic Impact of Supercomputers,
Using Hybrid HPC-Systems in CFD.
17:45 (4C) Poster session (light snacks)
(back toMonday or Tuesday)     Wednesday 2nd September
9:00 - 10:20 (5A)Opening of the session: Dieter Kranzlmüller

Patrick Aerts, "Plan-E Platform of National eScience/Data Research Centers in Europe“

Keynote speech: Ewa Deelman: 'Challenges of Managing Scientific Workflows in High-Throughput and High-Performance Computing Environments'
10:20 - 10:40Coffee
10:40 - 12:30 (5B) A quantitative study on the re-executability of publicly shared scientific Workflows,
Data Analytics in Bioinformatics: Data Science in Practice for Genomics Analysis Workflows,
Scaling Up Bioinformatics Workflows with Dynamic Job Expansion: A Case Study Using Galaxy and Makeflow,
Streaming Algorithms for Halo Finders.
A Task-Centered Framework for Computationally-Grounded Science Collaborations,
Cloud-based e-Infrastructure for Scheduling Astronomical Observations,
Managing Complexity in Distributed Data Life Cycles Enhancing Scientific Discovery,
Monitoring of Upper Limb Rehabilitation and Recovery after Stroke: an Architecture for a Cloud-based Therapy Platform.
12:30 - 14:00Lunch
14:00 - 16:00 (6A) Genome Analysis in a Dynamically Scaled Hybrid Cloud,
Globus Data Publication as a Service: Lowering Barriers to Reproducible Science,
Identification of biomarkers and signatures in protein data,
Porting Ordinary Applications to Blue Gene/Q Supercomputers,
Searching the Human Genome for Snail and Slug With DNA@Home.
A Multipath Controller for Accelerating GridFTP Transfer over SDN,
B2SHARE: An Open eScience Data Sharing Platform,
dispel4py: An Agile Framework for Data-Intensive eScience,
MemEFS: an Elastic In-Memory Runtime File System for eScience Applications,
SODA: Science-driven Orchestration of Data Analytics.
16:00 - 00:30 Visit at Rosenheimer Herbstfest, Bavarian evening (alternative pdf link)