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Provisional Programme

Monday 19 September
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17:00 - 20:00 W1: Making e-Science Usable
Chair: Tom Rodden
Venue: Auditorium
[387] Factors Influencing the Early Adoption of e-HTPX within Structural Based Drug Design [PPT]Michael Gleaves
[398] The 'end to end' crystallographic experiment in an e-Science environment: From conception to publication. [PPT]Simon Coles
[425] eScience usability: the eMinerals experience [PPT]Martin Dove
[448] Grid enabling legacy applications for scalability - Experiences of a production grid on the UK NGS [PPT]Anjan Pakhira
[487] GeodiseLab: Making the Grid Usable [PDF] Graeme Pound
[488] The eMinerals minigrid and the National Grid Service: a users perspective [PPT]Marmier A
[548] Testing for scalability in a Grid record usage serviceJohn Brooke
[563] Organisational and technological challenges of large-scale multi-disciplinary scientific research [PPT]Marina Jirotka
[565] Re-factoring grid computing for usability [PPT]Bruce Beckles
17:00 - 20:00 W2: UKLight, the First Year: Applications and Research Using the New Optical R&D; Network
Detailed Workshop Programme
Chair: Peter Clarke, Dimitra Simeonidou
Venue: Conference Room 1
  The Evolution of Networks Over the Next 10 Years to Support Large-Scale ScienceBill Johnston (ESNet)
[374] Exploitation of Switched Lightpaths for e-Health [PDF] Lee Momtahan
[421] 46PaQ: IPv4 and IPv6 Performance and QoS [PDF] Saleem Bhatti
[444] The ESLEA Control Plane Software [PDF] Clive Davenhall
[455] SPICE: Simulated Pore Interactive Computing Experiment - Using Grid computing to understand DNA translocation across protein nanopores embedded in lipid membranes [PDF] Shantenu Jha
[492] High Rate Internet Data Transfer for eVLBI [PPT]Ralph Spencer
[537] Commercial e-Science Applications on UK LightTerry Harmer
[543] CDF's Utilization of Switched Circuit Optical Networks [PPT]Barney Garrett
17:00 - 20:00 W3: Data Integration in e-Science: What Does the Grid Give Us?
Chair: Neil Chue Hong
Venue: Conference Room 2
[322] A Unified View of Protein Sequence and Structure Using the Distributed Annotation System [PDF] Andreas Prlic
[394] Comparison of Data Access and Integration Technologies in the Life Science Domain [PPT]Richard O, Sinnott
[418] Experiences with supporting mass storage for multiple communities [PPT]Jens Jensen
[428] eSDO: UK Access to the Solar Dynamics Observatory [PPT]Elizabeth Auden
[432] A new Architecture for OGSA-DAI [PDF] [PPT]Malcolm P. Atkinson
[500] Data Integration in Bioinformatics Using OGSA-DAI [PPT]Shirley Crompton
17:00 - 20:00 W4: Portals and Virtual Research Environments I
Chair: Robert Allan
Venue: Conference Room 3
[339] The GeneGrid Portal: A User Interface for a Virtual Bioinformatics LaboratoryPaul Donachy
[357] Matchmaking Portal for the Discovery of Numerical and Symbolic Services [PDF] Simone Ludwig
[383] A Web/Grid Services Approach for a Virtual Research Environment Implementation [PPT]Y.W. Sim
[385] Portal Design, Synchrotron and HPC Services in e-HTPX - A resource for High Throughput Protein Crystallography [PPT]Ronan Keegan
[406] A Service Oriented Architecture for Portals using PortletsRob Allan
[427] A Collaborative e-Science Architecture towards a Virtual Research Environment [PPT]Tran Vu Pham
[443] Virtual Research Environments: Sakai Demonstrator [PPT]Rob Crouchley
[484] The RealityGrid Steering Portal [PDF] Mark G, Beckett
[545] VRE for the Integrative Biology Research Consortium (IB VRE) [PPT]Matthew J., Dovey
17:00 - 20:00 W5: Text Mining, e-Research and Grid-enabled Language Technology
Detailed Workshop Programme
Chair: Ewan Klein
Venue: Conference Room 4
[345] Benchmarking ontology-based annotation tools for the Semantic Web [PPT]Diana Maynard
[405] Supporting Text Mining for e-Science: the challenges for Grid-enabled NLPRoger Evans
[458] Using Text Mining for Understanding Insulin SignallingMoustafa Ghanem
[467] Language Technology for Processing Chemistry PublicationsPeter Murray-Rust
[477] Information Extraction from Clinical Records [PPT]Henk Harkema
[507] Mining and Modelling Temporal Clinical Data [PPT]Henk Harkema
[515] Retrieving hierarchical text structure from typeset scientific articles [PDF] Ian Lewin
Tuesday 20 September
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome from Professor Sir David Wallace
Chair: Ron Perrot
Venue: Auditorium
09:15 - 10:00 Keynote Talk: Professor John O'Reilly [PDF] [PPT]
Chair: Ron Perrott
Venue: Auditorium
10:00 - 11:00 Keynote Talk: Building a Usable Infrastructure for e-Science: An Information Perspective - Christine Borgman (University of California)
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Chair: Professor Ian Diamond
Venue: Auditorium
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
11:30 - 12:30 Keynote Talk: GNGrid: Progress, Problems and Prospects - Depei Qian (Xian Jiaotong University - Shanghai)
Chair: Ron Perrott
Venue: Auditorium
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
Venue: Marquee
14:00 - 15:15 W6: Knowledge Management: Priorities for the Way Forward
Chair: Alan Rector
Venue: Auditorium
14:00 - 15:15 R1.1: Provenance
Chair: Omer Rana
Venue: Conference Room 1
[503] A proof of concept: Provenance in a Service Oriented Architecture [PPT]Liming Chen
[343] PReServ: Provenance Recording for Services [PPT]Paul Groth
[501] Validation of E-Science Experiments using a Provenance-based Approach [PDF] [PPT]Sylvia Wong
14:00 - 15:15 R1.2: Quality-of-Service and Service Level Agreements
Chair: John Brooke
Venue: Conference Room 2
[526] Grid Service Level Agreements Combining Resource Reservation and Predictive Run-time Adaptation [PPT]James Padgett
[324] QoSOnt - An Ontology for QoS in Service-Centric Systems [PPT]Glen Dobson
[528] SLA Based Job Scheduling: A Case Study on Policies for Negotiation with Resources [PDF] Viktor Yarmolenko
14:00 - 15:15 R1.3: Data Mining and Querying
Chair: Yike Guo
Venue: Conference Room 3
[311] GEDDM: Comparisons of OGSA-DAI and GridFTP for access to and conversion of remote unstructured data in legal data mining. [PPT]Karen Loughran
[336] Intuitive Querying of e-Health Data Repositories [PPT]Catalina Hallett
[340] GEDDM: Grid Management Framework to Support Computationally Intensive On Demand Data Mining Services in a Business EnvironmentPaul Donachy
14:00 - 15:15 R1.4: Operations and Support
Chair: Marta Kwiatkowska
Venue: Conference Room 4
[416] The UKs Grid Operations Support Centre and the National Grid Service [PPT]Neil Geddes
[508] Grid Deployment and Operations for EGEE, LCG and GridPP [PPT]Jeremy Coles
[553] Testing Grid Software on the Grid [PPT]Steven Newhouse
15:15 - 16:00 Coffee Break
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
16:00 - 17:40 W7: Portals and Virtual Research Environments II
Chair: Robert Allan
Venue: Auditorium
[351] Advanced Collaboration Tools To Support Integration & Steering of Multi-site Experiments [PDF] Kevin T W, Tan; Daniela K, Tsaneva
[404] A portal interface to myGrid workflow technology [PPT]Stefan J, Rennick Egglestone
[446] Adopting and Extending Portlet Technologies for e-Science Workflow Deployment [PPT]Michelle Osmond
[517] Executing Workflow-Based Grid Applications with the Collaborative P-GRADE Portal [PPT]Gergely Sipos
16:00 - 17:40 R2.1: Bioscience Applications
Chair: Paul Jeffreys
Venue: Conference Room 1
[319] e-Fungi: An e-Science Infrastructure for Comparative Functional Genomics in Fungal SpeciesMike Cornell
[355] Using the Grid in the Mouse Atlas ProjectMehran Sharghi
[512] Lightwieght Solution for Protein Annotation [PDF] Shikta Das
16:00 - 17:40 R2.2: Data Repositories
Chair: W. Alex Gray
Venue: Conference Room 2
[434] Autonomic Management of Ubiquitous e-Health SystemsNaranker Dulay
[485] Disclosure Risk and Grid Computing [PPT]Mark Elliot
[525] Proteome Data Integration: Characteristics and Challenges [PPT]Khalid Belhajjame
[509] Towards Data Integration for Computational ChemistryPhilip A Couch
16:00 - 17:40 R2.3: Tools and Infrastructure I
Chair: Steven Newhouse
Venue: Conference Room 3
[493] Multicast Application Sharing Tool for the Access Grid Toolkit [PDF] S Mehmood Hasan
[560] ICENI II Architecture [PDF] A. Stephen McGough
[569] Task and Resource Descriptions for Computational Grids [PDF] Ian Stokes-Rees
[328] The Open Overlays Collaborative Workspace Environment [PDF] David Duce
16:00 - 17:40 R2.4: Security I
Chair: Anne Trefethen
Venue: Conference Room 4
[376] Single Sign-on to the Grid [PPT]J Jensen
[431] Current methods for negotiating firewalls for the Condor(R) system [PPT]Bruce Beckles
[435] Building a secure Condor pool in an open academic environment [PPT]Bruce Beckles
[568] Implementing privilege separation in the Condor system [PPT]Bruce Beckles
17:45 - 22:00 Poster Session & Buffet
Venue: Marquee
[309] Web-services for the biology community: the BASIS projectColin Gillespie
[310] Parameter Vocabularies in the NERC DataGrid ProjectRoy Lowry
[312] Integrating with the Access Grid: Experiences and IssuesChris Greenhalgh
[315] Flexible Dynamic Binding in Agile Grid DevelopmentJovan Cakic
[320] Debugging OWL-DL Ontologies: A Heuristic ApproachHang Wang
[321] Implementing WS-Security in PerlStefan Zasada
[323] VREs in the Arts and HumanitiesStuart Dunn
[327] GridPP PortalGidon Moont
[329] Tools for integrating 3D single cell and population neuroanatomy dataHowell F
[330] Building and running large scale computational neuroscience modelsFred Howell
[332] PlanningGridGateway - e-Science and e-Government Integration: A Northern Ireland Planning process perspectivePaul Donachy
[334] mcp: A Reliable Multicast File Transfer ToolKarl Jeacle
[341] MOSES: Modelling and Simulation for e-Social ScienceMark Birkin
[346] A Service Oriented Infrastructure to Facilitate Trust in Collaborative Working Pete Burnap
[354] Supporting Semantic Life Science Middleware with Web Service Resource FrameworkBartosz Wietrzyk
[364] An Architecture for QoS Enabled Dynamic Web Service DeploymentCharles Kubicek
[365] NeuroGrid: Collaborative Neuroscience via Grid ComputingAndrew Simpson or Sharon Lloyd
[377] A Scalable Registry Service for jGMAMat Grove
[386] Data Discovery in the NERC DataGridMarta Gutierrez
[396] On Generating Dependable Decentralised Web Service Business SessionsDacheng Zhang
[397] Security Infrastructure for Grid-Enabled Biomedical ServicesAnthony Stell
[400] Applying e-Science to Computational ChemistryDr David S Coombes
[402] Using Grid Services From Behind A FirewallAndrew L, Rowland
[409] Towards A Grid-Enabled Biomolecular Simulations DatabaseBing Wu
[413] The University of Bristol Grid, a production campus gridDavid Wallom
[436] WSRP Reincarnation of Service Oriented ArchitectureRob Allan
[437] Usability of the UK e-Science Certification AuthorityJ Jensen; M Viljoen
[447] Supporting e-Research using Representation InformationDavid Giaretta
[457] The Memetic Project: Meeting Memory Technologies Informing Collaboration Michael Daw
[461] Certificate-based Security for the NCS Grid ServiceJeremy Frey
[464] APEL: An implementation of Grid accounting using R-GMAJohn Gordon
[471] Panoply of Utilities in TavernaChris Wroe
[473] Scientific Workflow applied to nano- and material sciencesVasa Curcin
[475] LCG Data Management: From EDG to EGEEGraeme Stewart
[476] NERC Data Grid Authorisation ArchitectureNeil Bennett
[486] The deployment mechanisms for the ATLAS softwareGrigori Rybkine
[489] Semantic Storage of Chemical DataKieron Taylor
[490] Ganga user interface for job definition and managementKarl Harrison
[496] Visualization on the UK National Grid Service using GAPtk, a generic toolkit Srikanth Nagella
[499] Using a Software Product Line Approach in Designing Grid ServicesRabih Bashroush
[502] GRIDCC - providing a real-time Grid for distributed instrumentationPeter R Hobson
[505] Illustrating Publication@Source: The Behaviour of Benzo-15-crown-5 at the Solution/Air Interface by Experiment and Molecular Dynamics Simulations.Jeremy Frey
[522] GSiB Visual Environment for Web Service Composition and EnactmentDr. Yan Huang
[524] Distributed analysis in the ATLAS experimentChun Lik (Alvin) Tan
[530] Grid-based production and operations in the ATLAS experiment.F,Brochu
[531] An Approach for Shibboleth and Grid Integration [PDF] Francisco, Pinto
[532] MPJ: A New Look at MPI for JavaAamir Shafi
[542] ImpliedVolatilityGrid: Grid Based Integration to Provide On Demand Financial Risk AnalyisisGordon Macleod
[552] NERC Ecological Data Grid (EcoGrid)Neil Bennett
[561] CancerGrid: developing open standards for clinical cancer informaticsPeter Maccallum
[564] DynamicWrappers: a rule based metadata conversion and integration system for e-Science applicationsShoaib A. Sufi
[574] Are personal digital certificates really usable and scalable?Mark Norman
[474] ESLEA: Exploitation of Switched Lightpaths for e-Science ApplicationsColin Greenwood
Wednesday 21 September
09:00 - 09:45 Keynote talk: Knowledge Based e-Science - Professor Nigel Shadbolt (University of Southampton) [PDF] [PPT]
Chair: Malcolm Read (JISC)
Venue: Auditorium
09:45 - 10:30 Keynote talk: JISC - Supporting the Research and Education Communities - Professor Peter Clarke (NeSC) [PDF] [PPT]
Chair: Malcolm Read (JISC)
Venue: Auditorium
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
11:00 - 13:10 W8: Chinese e-Science
Chair: Depei Qian
Venue: Auditorium
[575] Scientific Data Grid [PPT]Ze Luo
[576] An Introduction to the National Geological GridYongbo Zhang
[577] CNGrid Software 2: Service Oriented Approach to Grid Computing [PPT]Zhiwei Xu
[578] Drug Discovery Grid [PPT]Wenju, Zhang
[579] The Realization of GRAPES Model on the China Meteorological Application Grid EnvironmentYang, Xuesheng
11:00 - 13:10 IECnet Industry Track (invitation only)
Detailed Programme & Registration
Chair: Dave Berry
Venue: Gallery 2 & 3
11:00 - 13:10 R3.1: Tools and Infrastructure II
Chair: Alistair Dunlop
Venue: Conference Room 1
[456] A Scalable Service Architecture for Distributed Search [PPT]Mark Jessop
[468] Automatic Deployment and Interoperability of Grid Services [PPT]Yonathan Zetuny
[521] Condor Birdbath: Web Service interfaces to condor [PPT]Clovis Chapman
[556] Open Overlay Support for the Divergent Grid [PDF] Paul Grace
[460] GROWL: A Lightweight Grid Services Toolkit and Applications [PPT]John Kewley
11:00 - 13:10 R3.2: Physical Science Applications
Chair: Tom Jackson
Venue: Conference Room 2
[349] GridPP: Meeting the Particle Physics Computing Challenge [PPT]Tony Doyle
[494] Reprocessing DØ data with SAMGrid [PDF] Frederic Villeneuve-Seguier
[424] eScience methods for the combinatorial chemistry problem of adsorption of pollutant organic molecules on mineral surfacesToby White
[481] Chemistry By Mobile Phone (or how to justify more time at the bar)Jamie M, Robinson
[441] eMinerals: Science Outcomes enabled by new Grid Tools [PPT]Maria Alfredsson
11:00 - 13:10 R3.3: Performance
Chair: Stephen Jarvis
Venue: Conference Room 3
[422] A Performance Evaluation of Using SOAP with Attachments for e-ScienceYing,Ying
[440] Scalable clustering on the Data Grid [PPT]Patrick Wendel
[453] Experience on Performance Evaluation with OGSA-DQP [PPT]Anastasios Gounaris
[504] Performance Analysis of a Semantics Enabled Service Registry [PPT]Weijian Fang
[527] Performance Prediction for a Code with Data-dependant RuntimesBrian Foley
11:00 - 13:10 R3.4: Workflow, Messaging, and Dynamic Services
Chair: David W Walker
Venue: Conference Room 4
[523] A Workflow Engine with Multi-Level Parallelism Supports [PPT]Qifeng Huang
[333] Dynasoar: An Architecture for the Dynamic Deployment of Web Services on a Grid or the Internet [PPT]Paul Watson
[395] Worldwide Messaging Support for High Performance Real-time Collaboration [PPT]Pete Burnap
[573] Data streaming, workflow and firewall-friendly Grid Services with Styx [PDF] Jon Blower
[423] Dynamic Web Service Selection for Workflow Optimization [PPT]Lican Huang
13:10 - 14:30 Lunch
Venue: Marquee
14:30 - 16:30 Demo Session
15:00 - 16:00 Informal Press Briefing
Chair: Tony Hey
Venue: Gallery
16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
17:00 - 19:00 BoF1: Living with the Grid: Operation and Expansion of the NGS
Chair: Neil Geddes, Stephen Pickles
Venue: Conference Room 1
17:00 - 19:00 BoF2: National Grid Service Users Forum
Chair: Andrew Richards, Malcolm Atkinson
Venue: Conference Room 2
17:00 - 19:00 BoF3: Computational Grids for Environmental e-Science
Chair: Martin Dove, Stuart Ballard, Jon Blower
Venue: Conference Room 3
17:00 - 19:00 BoF4: Collaboration in Training
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Chair: Mike Mineter
Venue: Conference Room 4
17:00 - 19:00 BoF5: From Compute Pool to Campus Grid
Chair: Bruce Beckles, Clovis Chapman, John Kewley, David Wallom
Venue: Auditorium
20:00 - 23:30 Gala Evening
Venue: Marquee
Thursday 22 September
09:00 - 10:40 W9: Web Services Architecture and Dependability: an e-Science Perspective
Detailed Workshop Programme
Chair: Panos Periorellis
Venue: Auditorium
[366] Development and deployment of an application hosting environment for grid based computational scienceMatt Harvey
[378] On XACML, role-based access control, and health grids [PDF] Power, David
[572] An overview of Web Services and Grid Security research activities at the BT Security Research CentreTheo Dimitrakos
09:00 - 10:40 R4.1: Resource Monitoring
Chair: Mark Baker
Venue: Conference Room 1
[450] Monitoring, Policing and Trust for Grid-Based Virtual Organisations [PPT]Luke Teacy
[347] Resource Monitoring and Service Discovery in GeneGrid [PPT]Sachin Wasnik
[478] Network Performance Monitoring for the Grid [PDF] Mark J, Leese
[541] Performance Evaluation of the GridSAM Job Submission and Monitoring System [PDF] William Lee
09:00 - 10:40 R4.2: Applications I
Chair: Lakshmi Sastry
Venue: Conference Room 2
[307] Society GridsKhurshid Ahmad
[549] On two kinds of public-resource distributed computing [PDF] Andrew Martin
[335] Bioinformatics Application Integration in GeneGrid [PDF] P.V. Jithesh
09:00 - 10:40 R4.3: Databases and Data Management
Chair: Shoaib Sufi
Venue: Conference Room 3
[495] OGSA-DAI Status and Benchmarks [PPT]Neil Chue Hong
[393] Enabling access to federated Grid databases: an OGSA-DAI ODBC driver [PPT]Mike Jackson
[337] The CMS PhEDEx system: a novel approach to robust Grid data distribution [PPT]Tim Barrass
[535] BaBar Experiment Data Distribution using the Storage Resource Broker [PPT]Adil Hasan
09:00 - 10:40 R4.4: Security II
Chair: Tony Solomonides
Venue: Conference Room 4
[417] The GridSite Security Framework [PPT]Andrew McNab
[567] Integrating an Attack Tolerant Information Service with Taverna [PDF] Erica Y, Yang
[388] Dynamic Privilege Management Infrastructures Utilising Secure Attribute Exchange [PPT]John Watt
[482] A security architecture for a semantic Grid registry [PPT]Victor Tan
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee Break
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
11:10 - 13:15 W10: Visualisation on the Grid: Technologies and Applications
Chair: Ian Grimstead, Steven Kenny, Stuart Charters
Venue: Auditorium
[465] Robust grid-based environment for large scale lattice-Boltzmann simu lations [PPT]Maddalena Venturoli
[363] On Steering Coupled ModelsMatt Harvey
[356] Steering via the Image in Local, Distributed and Collaborative Settings [PDF] Jason, Wood; Helen, Wright;
[306] Resource-Aware Visualization Using Web Services [PPT]Ian J. Grimstead
[344] e-Viz: Towards an Integrated Framework for High Performance Visualization [PPT]Mark Riding
11:10 - 13:15 R5.1: Applications II
Chair: Jon Blower
Venue: Conference Room 1
[384] FireGrid: Integrated emergency response and fire safety engineering for the future built environment [PDF] Dave Berry
[449] Grid-enabled Probabilistic Model Checking with PRISM [PPT]Yi, Zhang
[516] Schools Malaria Project [PPT]Jeremy Frey
[518] The eMinerals project: developing the concept of the virtual organisation to support collaborative work on molecular-scale environmental simulations [PPT]Martin Dove
[519] The e-Demand Project: A Summary [PPT]Professor Jie Xu
11:10 - 13:15 R5.2: Fault Tolerance and Payment
Chair: David W Walker
Venue: Conference Room 2
[392] FT-Grid: A Fault-Tolerance System for e-SciencePaul Townend
[414] Supporting OGSI and WSRF Specific Functionality in Intermittently Available Network Environments [PPT]Alastair Hampshire
[544] Improving Dependability in Service Oriented Architectures using Ontologies and Fault Injection [PPT]Binka Gwynne
[415] Combining physical simulations and chargeable Web service applications in engineering workflowsMarc Molinari
[540] Payment and Negotiation for the Next Generation Grid and Web [PDF] Jeremy Cohen
11:10 - 13:15 R5.3: Requirements, Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Chair: Rob Gaizauskas
Venue: Conference Room 3
[439] An Ontology-Based Approach to Handling Information Quality in e-Science [PDF] Alun Preece
[308] Combining Functional and Security Requirements [PDF] Martyn, Fletcher
[410] GoTag: A case study in using a shared UK e-Science infrastructure for the Automatic Annotation of Medline DocumentsMoustafa Ghanem
[429] Real Users - Real Requirements [PDF] Jennifer M. Schopf
[510] The implications of Semantic Web technologies for support of the e-Science processPhillip, Lord
11:10 - 13:15 R5.4: Tools and Infrastructure III
Chair: Stephen McGough
Venue: Conference Room 4
[403] Modelling, Optimisation and Decision Support Using the Grid [PPT]Alex Shenfield
[433] Remote visualization and computational steering of cardiac virtual tissues using gViz [PDF] JW Handley, AV Holden
[445] A Web Portal for the National Grid ServiceRob Allan
[559] On Advanced Scientific Understanding, Model Componentisation and Coupling in GENIE [PPT]Sofia Panagiotidi
[391] Matchmaking Support for Mathematical Web Services [PDF] Julian Padget
13:15 - 14:30 Lunch
Venue: Marquee
14:30 - 15:30 Keynote talk: Transforming the Sensing and Prediction of Intense Local Weather Through Dynamic Adaptation: People and Technologies Interacting with the Atmosphere - Kelvin Droegemeier (University of Oklahoma) [PDF]
Chair: Professor Tony Hey
Venue: Auditorium
15:30 - 16:15 Raffle Prize & Close of Meeting
Chair: Tony Hey
Venue: Auditorium


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