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The programme below is provisional and subject to change. Individual talks will be added to the programme soon. A separate programme is available for demonstrations taking place during the meeting.

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Monday 08 September
TimeSessionIDPresentation / ExhibitPresenter(s)iCal
13:00 - 15:00 BoF: e-Infrastructure: tool for the elite or tool for everybody?
Venue: AT 6
14:30 - 15:30 Tea/coffee available
Venue: IF
15:00 - 17:00 BoF: Science Project Management: Tools of the Trade
Venue: AT 6
Tuesday 09 September
09:10 - 09:15 Welcome to the University - Prof Richard Kenway
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
09:15 - 09:30 Welcome to All Hands 2008 - Prof Peter Coveney
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
09:30 - 10:30 Gregory Crane - ePhilology, eClassics, and a Cyberinfrastructure for Human Cultural Heritage
Chair: Sheila Anderson
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
ePhilology, eClassics, and a Cyberinfrastructure for Human Cultural Heritage download/watch the video [WMV] Gregory Cane 
10:30 - 11:30 Tea/coffee available
Venue: IF
10:30 - 13:00 W5: Frontiers of High Performance and Distributed Computing in Computational Science
Chair: Shantenu Jha
Venue: AT 1
[961] Shape Optimisation on The Grid Using Machine Learning Methods [PDF] Mike Riley 
[990] Challenges of Large-scale Vehicular & Mobile Ad Hoc Network Simulation [PPT]Thomas D. Hewer 
Coffee Break   
[1028] Spatial Data e-Infrastructure [PPT]Chris Higgins 
[1033] Distributed High Performance Computing using MPIg and HARCOwain Kenway 
[1037] Petascale lattice-Boltzmann simulations of amphiphilic liquid crystalsR S Saksena 
[1038] A novel computational approach to turbulence [PDF] Luis Fazendeiro 
[1065] Case Study: Exploiting European High Performance Computing Platforms for Fusion ModellingDr Adam Carter 
10:30 - 13:00 W10: e-Science in the Arts and Humanities: Early Experiments and Systematic Investigations
Chair: Lorna Hughes
Venue: AT 2
[1166] Musicology and methodology in a digital futureTim Crawford 
[1019] Digging up data: the Archaeotools project, facetted classification and natural language processing in an archaeological context. [PPT]Dr Stuart Jeffrey 
Coffee Break   
[1199] AMUC: Associated Motion Capture User CategoriesSally Jane Norman 
[1151] Dancing on the Grid: the use of e-Science tools to extend choreographic knowledge and develop new practice-led research methodologiesHelen Bailey 
[1030] Image Acquisition & Analysis to Enhance the Legibility of Ancient Texts [PDF] Segolene Tarte 
[1075] The e-Curator Application: A Web-based Curatorial Tool at UCL Museums and Collections [PPT]Yean-Hoon, Ong 
10:30 - 13:00 W3: Software Development for Scientific Applications: current and future perspectives
Chair: James Annett and Chris Greenough
Venue: AT 3
Coffee Break   
[1023] UKQCD software for Lattice QCD [PPT]Christopher M, Maynard 
[1128] Adaptation and Development of Software Simulation Methodologies for Cardiovascular Engineering: Present and Future Challenges from an End-users PerspectiveVanessa Díaz-Zuccarini 
[1133] Sharing the load: collaborative software development in CCP1. [PDF] Jens Thomas 
[972] Grids: A Knowledge Infrastructure requiring a Knowledge Infrastructure [PPT]Will Venters 
[1193] Reliable Replica Exchange Molecular Dynamics Simulation in the Grid using SAGA CPR and Migol [PDF] Andre Luckow 
[955] A digital toolkit to facilitate the animal movement research community [PDF] Judy Shamoun-Baranes 
[1140] Facilitating Scientific Insight by Optimizing User Engagement at the Intersection between Computational Science and e-Science at the Visual Interface BoundaryRoy Kalawsky 
10:30 - 13:00 W4: Information Assurance for the Grid: Crossing boundaries between stakeholders
Chair: Bruce Beckles
Venue: AT 4
[1210] Data protection in grid-based multicentric clinical trials: killjoy or confidence-building measure?Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó 
[1195] Secure Distributed Access to Primary Care Clinical DataAdel Taweel 
Coffee Break   
[1071] Understanding Privacy and Confidentiality Requirements for Using Medical Records in eScience Projects: the Clinical eScience Framework as a Case in Point [PDF] Nathan Lea 
[1029] @neurIST Security Architecture [PDF] Hariharan Rajasekaran 
[1000] E-Infrastructure for Data Sharing in the SINAPSE Project [PPT]David Rodriguez 
10:30 - 13:00 W8: Computational Biomedicine: e-Science from Molecules to Man
Chair: Richard Baldock
Venue: AT 5
TBA TBAIgor Goryanin 
[1098] Rapid, Accurate and Automated Binding Free Energy Calculations of Ligand-Bound HIV Enzymes for Clinical Decision Support using HPC and Grid Resources [PDF] Dr. Kashif Sadiq 
[985] Lattice Boltzmann based Interactive Computational HemodynamicsA.G. Hoekstra 
[964] Calcium Homeostasis and Signaling in Yeast cells and Cardiac Myocytes [PPT]Jiangjun Cui 
[1070] PathGrid: automating the analysis of Tissue Micro Arrays utilising astronomical image analysis and access: ER-scoring, a pilot study. [PDF] Nicholas Walton 
[978] HIV Decision Support: From Molecule to ManPeter Sloot 
[1110] Towards a Virtual Fly BrainJano van Hemert 
10:30 - 13:00 W7: HPC Grids of Continental Scope
Chair: Gavin Pringle
Venue: AT 6
Coffee Break   
European HPC Grid InfrastructuresJane Nicholson 
Introduction to PRACE [PDF] Mark Parsons 
[1003] Introduction to the TeraGrid [PDF] Daniel S. Katz 
[949] The EGI – a sustainable European grid infrastructure [PPT]Michael Wilsonj 
[1078] The Impact of Policy on Uptake and Usage of National and International Computational Grids [PPT]Stefan Zasada 
[1014] Intercontinental Grids: an infrastructure for demand-driven innovationAshley Lloyd 
[1130] Flexible QoS-Based Service Selection and Provisioning in Large-Scale Grids [PPT]Sebastian Stein 
10:30 - 13:00 W9: The Global Data Centric View
Chair: Jeremy Frey
Venue: eSI Cramond
Coffee Break   
Introduction   
[966] From grenouille to polar bears: Managing metadata and data capture for the AstraGemini 0.5PW laser [PPT]Laurent Lerusse 
[1056] Building a scientific data grid with DiGS [PDF] Mark G. Beckett 
[1069] Integrating chemical kinetic data on the web: Experiences of the MCM-IUPAC Project [PPT]Stephen Pascoe 
[1061] Model Development and Provenance within the Atmospheric Chemistry Community [PPT]Chris J, Martin 
[1185] An End-to-end Data Management Pipeline for Protein CrystallographyJane Hunter 
[1062] Where is the data coming from? Open Notebook Science and all of those [PPT]Jean-Claude Bradley 
13:00 - 14:00 LUNCH
Venue: Teviot Row House
14:00 - 15:00 Robert Grossman - The Emergence of the Data Center as a Scientific Instrument
Chair: Shantenu Jha
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
The Emergence of the Data Center as a Scientific Instrument download/watch the video [WMV] Robert Grossman 
15:00 - 16:00 Peter Kohl (to stand in for Peter Hunter) - Developments in Computational Biology
Chair: Richard Baldock
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
Developments in Computational Biology download/watch the video [WMV] Peter Kohl 
16:00 - 17:00 Tea/coffee available
Venue: IF
16:00 - 18:30 W5: Frontiers of High Performance and Distributed Computing in Computational Science
Chair: Bruce Boghosian
Venue: AT 1
[1086] Task placement of parallel multi-dimensional FFTs on a mesh communication network [PDF] Joachim Hein 
[1122] Development of a cross-platform distributed workload management system to meet the petabyte-scale computing challenges of the LHCb experiment [PPT]Ying Ying Li 
Coffee Break   
[1135] Dynamic Topology Aware Load Balancing Algorithms for MD Applications [PDF] Abhinav Bhatele 
[1136] Towards a Distributed Framework for Protein (Structure) Comparison, Knowledge, Similarity and Information (ProCKSI) [PDF] Gianlugi Folino 
[1173] Multi-objective Optimisation of GENIE Earth System Models [PDF] Andrew Price 
[1196] OptIPuter Microscopy Demonstrator, concurrent science across the lightpathDavid Wallom 
16:00 - 18:30 W10: e-Science in the Arts and Humanities: Early Experiments and Systematic Investigations
Chair: Lorna Hughes
Venue: AT 2
[1187] FROM LARGE VOLUMES OF SCANNED LINCOLN PAPERS TO VIRTUAL OBSERVATORIES [PDF] Jim Myers 
[1162] PhiloGrid: An Open Services e-Infrastructure for the Humanities [PDF] Brian Fuchs 
Coffee Break   
[977] TextGrid – and a National e-Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities in Germany [PDF] Andreas Aschenbrenner 
[1139] ASPiS: Investigating Data Grid Resources with iRODS [PDF] Mark Hedges 
[1079] Issues and Challenges for Arts and Humanities E-Research Infrastructure Brian Rea 
16:00 - 18:30 W4: Information Assurance for the Grid: Crossing boundaries between stakeholders
Chair: Ali Abdallah
Venue: AT 4
[993] Blind Data Aggregation from Distributed, Protected Sources: The Future Model for Security-oriented Collaborations [PDF] Femi Ajayi 
[951] Protecting Sensible Biomedical Resources within the ViroLab Virtual Laboratory [PDF] Matthias Assel 
Coffee Break   
[1034] Information Assurance for Collaborative Working in Deperimeterised Environments [PDF] Pete Burnap 
[1045] Digital Rights Management for eScience DataAndrew Martin 
[1067] Trust and Security in Virtual Communities: Interim Report and future prospects [PDF] Andrew Martin 
16:00 - 18:30 W8: Computational Biomedicine: e-Science from Molecules to Man
Chair: Catherine Gale
Venue: AT 5
TBAAndrew Lyall TBC 
[1013] Ontology Views for Collaborative Ontology Creation: The BioSphere Portal [PDF] Stuart Aitken 
[1190] BioMANTA - A Scale-Out RDF Molecule Store for Reasoning across Large Scale Biological DatasetsJane Hunter 
[1142] Robust Modelling, Measurement and Analysis of Human and Animal Metabolic SystemsJohannes HGM, van Beek 
[1138] HPC for Conformal Radiotherapy Calculations [PDF] Gagarine Yaikhom 
[1095] An e-Infrastructure to Support Research in Human Embryo DevelopmentAdam Barker 
[988] Federating Distributed Clinical Data for the Prediction of Adverse Hypotensive Events [PPT]Anthony Stell 
16:00 - 18:30 W7: HPC Grids of Continental Scope
Chair: Gavin Pringle
Venue: AT 6
Coffee Break   
[1194] Real Science at the Petascale [PPT]Peter Coveney 
[999] BES Job SchedulerDr. Stephen T, Crouch 
[987] Evaulating user-level grid middleware independenceMalcolm Illingworth 
[1049] Grid-Enabled Large-Scale Molecular Dynamics of Clay Nano-materialsJames Suter 
16:00 - 18:30 W9: The Global Data Centric View
Chair: Jeremy Frey
Venue: eSI Cramond
Coffee Break   
Introduction   
[1109] A Framework to Enable Harmonization of Globally-Distributed Environmental Data Holdings using the Climate Science Modelling Language [PPT]Jon Blower 
[1092] Bio-Surveillance: Towards a Grid Enabled Health Monitoring SystemAlistair Grant 
[1048] Virtual Lab EcoGRID: Turning field observations into ecological understanding [PDF] Lourens E. Veen 
[973] Integrating OGSA-DAI to computational grid workflows [PPT]Tamas Kiss 
[995] MEMOPS: Data modelling and automatic code generation [PPT]Rasmus Fogh 
Discussion   
16:20 - 18:30 Grid Computing Now! Industry Workshop
Venue: AT 3
Welcome and introduction [PDF] [PPT]Dave Berry 
IT infrastructure in the NHS in England [PDF] [PPT]Mark Ferrar 
Modelling Data Centre Energy Efficiency and Cost [PDF] [PPT]Liam Newcombe 
Open source grid computing in the finance industry [PDF] [PPT]Alex Efimov 
Greening the oil-industry: e-Science and oil & gas well drilling chemistryChris Greenwell 
Opportunities for innovative research and exploitationPanel chaired by Ian Osborne 
18:30 - 20:00 DRINKS RECEPTION / POSTER SESSION
Venue: AT Concourse
Wednesday 10 September
09:00 - 10:00 Ross Anderson - Information Security - Where Computer Science, Economics and Psychology Meet
Chair: Malcolm Atkinson
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
Information Security - Where Computer Science, Economics and Psychology Meet download/watch the video [WMV] Ross Anderson 
10:00 - 11:00 Satoshi Matsuoka - Overview of Coupled Simulation e-Science Support in the NAREGI Grid Middleware
Chair: Malcolm Atkinson
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
Overview of Coupled Simulation e-Science Support in the NAREGI Grid Middleware download/watch the video [WMV] Satoshi Matsuoka 
11:00 - 12:00 Tea/coffee available
Venue: IF
11:00 - 13:10 Regular Session 1
Chair: Chris Rusbridge
Venue: AT 1
Coffee Break   
[954] A case study in the rewards of long term data sharing - 26 years of the MRC Psycholinguistic Database. [PPT]Michael Wilson 
[975] A Peer-to-Peer Database Server based on BitTorrent [PPT]John Colquhoun 
[991] XDB-Arch: A Framework for Searching Across Multiple Archival DatabasesMark Baker 
[1006] Automation in Digital Preservation: Three Scenarios [PPT]Milena Dobreva 
[1009] A summary of the outputs of the ARCHER Project [PPT]David Groenewegen 
[1026] An Adaptive Distributed Query Processor for e-Science using Dynamic Service DeploymentPaul Watson 
11:00 - 13:10 W11: Profiling UK e-Research: Mapping Communities and Measuring Impacts
Venue: AT 2
Aims and Objectives Rob Procter 
Demonstrating the Impact of UK e-Research - a Research Council Perspective [PPT]Astrid Wissenberg 
Concepts, scope and limitation of assessing and informing E-Research policy-making in the UK [PPT]Jakob Edler and Kate Barker 
[1012] e-Research and the Transformations of Knowledge [PPT]Ralph Schroeder 
Economic implications of open data in the sciences, social sciences and humanities: Exploring the costs and benefits [PPT]Jenny Fry and Charles Oppenheim 
[1118] Perspectives on e-Research in the Social Sciences: Participants, Spectators and the Disengaged [PPT]Eric T. Meyer 
[1089] ENGAGE: Engaging researcher with e-Infrastructure [PDF] Neil Chue Hong 
11:00 - 13:10 W3: Software Development for Scientific Applications: current and future perspectives
Chair: Stan Scott, Peter Kilpatrick and Neil Chue Hong
Venue: AT 3
Coffee Break   
[997] Structural Optimisation using Services and Workflows [PDF] Julian Padget 
[1157] Agile Software Development for e-Science [PDF] Yuwei Lin , Meik Poschen 
[959] Improved Performance Control on the GridMatthew Tellier 
[1080] Dynamism and performance control for component-based applications executing in distributed computing environmentsGraham Riley 
[1198] Characterising and Developing Adaptive ScientificShantenu Jha 
11:00 - 13:10 W4: Information Assurance for the Grid: Crossing boundaries between stakeholders
Chair: Andrew Martin
Venue: AT 4
[1057] Making the invisible visible: a theory of security culture for secure and usable grids [PDF] Shamal Faily 
[1175] Enhancing usability and security in grid environmentsBruce Beckles 
Coffee Break   
[1120] A Goal-Oriented Approach to Grid Security Requirements [PPT]Benjamin Aziz 
[1156] TeraGrid Science Gateways: Scaling TeraGrid Access [PPT]Aaron Shelmire 
11:00 - 13:10 W8: Computational Biomedicine: e-Science from Molecules to Man
Chair: Peter Kohl
Venue: AT 5
Invited Speaker: Blanca RodriguezBlanca Rodriguez 
Coffee Break   
[1022] Using high resolution displays for high resolution 3-d cardiac data [PDF] Christopher Goodyer 
[1094] Surgical Treatment for Neurovascular Pathologies Using Patient-specific Whole Cerebral Blood-?ow Simulation [PDF] Steven Manos 
[1202] Lowering the Barriers to Cancer Imaging [PPT]Maria Susana Avila Garcia 
[1008] The Virtual Kidney: An e-science interface and grid portal [PDF] Dr S R Thomas 
11:00 - 13:10 W2: Infrastructure Provision for Grids, Infrastructure for Users
Venue: AT 6
[960] User Engagement and Outreach at the UK National Grid Service [PPT]Gillian M. Sinclair 
[1077] The Biomedical Informatics Research Network: Creation and Management of a Grid System for Biomedical Researchers [PPT]Vicky Rowley 
Coffee Break   
[1087] Developing an Infrastructure to Support Real Time, Emergency Medical Simulation [PPT]Stefan Zasada 
[1083] A Computational Grid Framework for Immunological ApplicationsAdrian Shepherd 
[1107] Microarrays in Minutes: Streamlining Gene Expression Data AnalysesRob Kitchen 
11:00 - 13:10 W9: The Global Data Centric View
Chair: Jeremy Frey
Venue: eSI Cramond
Coffee Break   
Introduction   
[1097] The Moby-2 Semantic Web Services Framework in CardioSHARE - the Cardiovascular Semantic Health and Research Environment [PDF] Luke McCarthy 
[1189] Embedding Data in Knowledge Spaces [PDF] Jim Myers 
[1179] Implementing Abstractions for Data Intensive Applications using SAGAShantenu Jha 
[1084] Accessing Existing Distributed Science Archives As RDF Models [PDF] Alasdair J G Gray 
Discussion   
11:00 - 13:10 Regular Session 2
Chair: Jano van Hemert
Venue: eSI Newhaven
Coffee Break   
[1167] ICENI II: A Web Services-based Grid Middleware Stack [PDF] Steve McGough 
[1015] Decentralised Middleware and Workflow Enactment for the Martlet Workflow Language [PPT]Daniel, Goodman 
[1059] Interoperability between Scientific Workflows [PPT]Ahmed Alqaoud 
[1164] Dynamic Workflow in Grid EnvironmentAsif Akram 
[984] A Rapid Approach to Enabling Domain-Specific ApplicationsJos Koetsier 
[1054] MaterialsGrid: An end-to-end approach for computational projects [PDF] Martin Dove 
11:00 - 12:20 Regular Session 11
Chair: Stuart Dunn
Venue: eSI Swanston
Coffee Break   
[1165] Highlighting e-Infrastructure patterns in Grid-based e-Social Science applications [PDF] M. Argüello 
[1119] Gauging the Impact of e-Research in the Social Sciences [PPT]Eric T. Meyer 
[1153] The Art of Negotiating Boundaries: Project Management for E-ScienceDimitrina Spencer 
13:10 - 14:10 LUNCH
Venue: Teviot Row House
14:10 - 15:10 Chris Johnson - Visualizing the Future
Chair: Peter Kohl
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
Visualising the Future download/watch the video [WMV] Chris Johnson 
15:10 - 16:10 James Quirk - 2360 and All That
Chair: Sam Falle
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
16:10 - 17:10 Tea/coffee available
Venue: IF
16:10 - 18:20 Regular Session 3
Chair: Alex Hardisty
Venue: AT 1
Coffee Break   
[1020] SHARE: Grids in Biomedical Research and Healthcare [PDF] Mark Olive and Hanene Rahmouni 
[1040] Applying continuous computational modelling to discover and prioritize disease outcome-intrinsic risk factors in longitudinal biomedical research dataEd Conley 
[1112] Requirements Challenges in developing e-Science Healthcare Applications [PDF] John McNaught 
[1121] ePCRN: Supporting Primary Care Clinical ResearchAdel Taweel 
[1169] Semantic Web Descriptions for Skeleton-based Parallel Programming: Experiments to Improve Biomedical Term Extraction from Large Scale Corpus [PDF] M. Argüello 
16:10 - 18:20 W11: Profiling UK e-Research: Mapping Communities and Measuring Impacts
Venue: AT 2
TALK CANCELLEDKen Guy 
Future Profiles of e-Research [PPT]Ian Miles 
Coffee Break   
[1146] Steps Towards Mapping e-Research and Measuring Impact [PPT]Alex Voss 
[1017] The impact of e-Research on Science & Technology Policy studySurya Mahdi 
Discussion Next Steps   
16:10 - 18:20 W3: Software Development for Scientific Applications: current and future perspectives
Chair: Bruce Beckles
Venue: AT 3
[1201] The influence of “the Grid” on Multi-core computing [PDF] [PPT]Anne Trefethen 
[1066] Towards a bi-directional Feature Modelling Schema for HPC [PPT]John Brown 
Coffee Break   
[1021] A semi autonomic infrastructure to manage non functional properties of a service [PPT]Pierre de Leusse 
[982] The development of a single strategy for the integration of quantitative and qualitative data types for the production of decision support systems [PDF] Robin Burgess 
[1002] A Checkpointing Mechanism for the Grid Environment [PPT]Gabor Terstyanszky 
16:10 - 18:20 W4: Information Assurance for the Grid: Crossing boundaries between stakeholders
Chair: Richard Sinnott
Venue: AT 4
[1158] User Authentication Threat Modelling from User and Social [PPT]Xun Dong 
[1154] Safe and Controlled Data Sharing using Process ConfinementGuido van 't Noordende 
Coffee Break   
[1001] Articulating Subjective Trust Based Decision Strategies Utilizing the Grid Reputation-Policy Trust Management Service [PPT]Gabor Terstyanszky 
[1074] Accessing iRODS with Shibboleth [PPT]Jens Jensen 
Discussion   
16:10 - 18:20 W8: Computational Biomedicine: e-Science from Molecules to Man
Chair: Paul Kellam
Venue: AT 5
Coffee Break   
[1160] A Metadata Management Approach to fMRI Data [PPT]M. Scott Marshall 
[1124] CARMEN: Fostering e-Science in NeuroscienceTom Jackson 
[1043] Towards the prevention of psychosis with e-scienceStephen Lawrie 
Panel Discussion   
16:10 - 18:20 W2: Infrastructure Provision for Grids, Infrastructure for Users
Venue: AT 6
[1129] Running Climate Models On The NERC Cluster Grid Using G-Rex [PDF] Daniel A, Bretherton 
[953] The EaStCHEM Research Computing Facility: Enabling grids for non-computational researchers [PPT]Andrew R. Turner 
Coffee Break   
[1031] Louisiana: A Model for Advancing Regional e-Science through Cyberinfrastructure [PDF] Daniel S. Katz 
[1099] SARoNGS: Shibboleth Access to Resources on the NGSJens Jensen 
[967] Infrastructure Provision for Users at CamGrid [PPT]Mark Calleja 
16:10 - 18:20 W9: The Global Data Centric View
Chair: Jeremy Frey
Venue: eSI Cramond
Coffee Break   
[1134] Linking up humanities research [PDF] Mark Hedges 
[1060] Archer Data Services (ADS): A Collaborative Research Repository ToolsetIan Atkinson 
[1126] Development of a Common Data Discovery, Browsing and Access Framework [PPT]Peter Kirsch 
[1051] The Australia National Data Service: What we are doing, why we are different, and whether we are courageous [PDF] Andrew E, Treloar 
Discussion   
16:10 - 18:20 Regular Session 4
Chair: Dave Berry
Venue: eSI Newhaven
Coffee Break   
[980] The Design and Implementation of a Data Cloud That Spans Data CentersRobert L Grossman 
[1052] Lessons from Building the Research Information Centre (RIC) [PDF] Roger S. Barga 
[1053] Scispace.net: Exploring the use of social network tools to support collaborative working [PDF] Martin Dove 
[1091] Application-level Research e-Infrastructures: the gCube Approach [PDF] Fabio Simeoni 
[1125] e-Science for Learning: Crossing the Boundaries between School Science and Research Science [PDF] Hilary Smith 
[1174] The New e-ScienceDavid De Roure 
19:00 - 01:00 CONFERENENCE DINNER: Dynamic Earth
Venue: Dynamic Earth
Thursday 11 September
09:00 - 10:00 Jeremy Frey - Sharing and Collaboration
Chair: Matthew Dovey
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
Sharing and Collaboration download/watch the video [WMV] Jeremy Frey 
10:00 - 12:30 Regular Session 6
Chair: Peter Clarke
Venue: AT 2
[970] The UK National Grid ServiceDavid Wallom 
[1004] GridPP - The UK Grid for Particle Physics [PPT]Dr Glenn Patrick 
[1042] Grids for financial risk analysis and financial risk analysis for Grids [PDF] Bin Li 
[1117] Using the Grid to enable content-based image retrieval on an industrial scale [PDF] Karl Harrison 
Coffee Break   
[963] Information flow modelling and data mining in high-throughput discovery of functional nanomaterialsXue Wang 
[989] Enabling cutting edge semiconductor simulation through Grid technologyGareth Roy 
10:00 - 12:30 Regular Session 10
Chair: Neil Chue Hong
Venue: AT 3
[1191] Exploring Submission of Tightly-coupled Jobs Across Distributed Resources for Performance EnhancementShantenu Jha 
[1144] Adding Standards Based Job Submission to a Commodity Grid Broker [PDF] Steven McGough 
[1148] GridSAM: Using Standards Based Job Submission in e-Science [PDF] Steven McGough 
[1127] Standards Based Network Performance Monitoring for the GridJeremy Nowell 
[1131] MAGOG: A Peer-to-Peer Middleware for the Global Open GridJeremy Cohen 
[1137] Enabling P2P Based Grid MarketLi Guo 
[1090] The Probes Coordination Protocol: A secure, robust framework for scheduling and coordinating regular tasks across multiple sites [PPT]Paul Graham 
10:00 - 12:30 Regular Session 8
Chair: Richard Baldock
Venue: AT 4
[957] Use of a Computational Grid for the Replay of Digitally-Recorded Holograms [PDF] Peter R Hobson 
[962] Agent-based methods for translational cancer multilevel modelling [PPT]S Nagl  
[1050] A computational model for studying emergent dynamics in the kidney [PDF] Rob Moss 
[1064] Managing The High-Throughput Gene Expression Dataflow in EURExpress [PPT]Lalit Kumar 
Coffee Break   
[1103] Influenza vaccine design using a computational GridDavid Moss 
[1211] MODEL (Molecular Dynamics Extended Library)Modesto Orozco 
10:00 - 12:30 W6: Interactive e-Science to Support Creativity and Intuition in Research
Chair: Helen Wright and John Brooke
Venue: AT 5
[1183] Bridging the time-from-discovery gap between research and practical use: MAEviz risk-management model and architecture [PDF] Jim Myers 
[1105] Supporting Information Visualisation of Geographical Data in EpidemiologyOscar de bruijn 
[1116] Bringing Simulation to Engineers in the Field: a Web 2.0 ApproachJohn Brooke 
Coffee Break   
[1096] Retrospective checkpoint parenting in computational steering environments Bill Pinnington 
[1184] Pathways into Large Parameter Search Spaces: Experiences with Molecular Hyperdynamics [PDF] Justin M. Wozniak 
Discussion   
10:00 - 12:30 Regular Session 9
Chair: Ali Abdallah
Venue: AT 6
[969] Security Policies in Scientific Data Sharing Agreements [PPT]Michael Wilson 
[992] Supporting security-oriented, inter-disiplinary research: Crossing the social, clinical and geospatial domains [PPT]Richard Sinnott 
[1047] Scalable, Security-oriented Solutions for nanoCMOS Electronics [PDF] Gordon Stewart 
Coffee Break   
[1093] Grid website vulnerabilities and the GridSite Security FrameworkAndrew McNab 
[1111] The Drug Discovery Portal: Secure Matchmaking and Collaboration for Biologists and ChemistsChristopher Bayliss 
[1161] Portal-based Access to Advanced Security Infrastructures [PPT]John Watt 
10:00 - 11:30 Regular Session 7
Chair: Anna Kenway
Venue: eSI Newhaven
[1141] DEVELOPING THE UK e-SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH PROGRAMMERob Procter 
[1170] eScience Support for Evidence-Based Policy Making [PDF] Peter Edwards 
[996] Semantic Workflow Management for Social Simulation [PDF] Edoardo Pignotti 
[1188] Modelling and Simulation for e-Social SciencePaul Townend 
10:25 - 12:30 Regular Session 5
Chair: Gavin Pringle
Venue: AT 1
[1100] An e-Science Platform for On-Demand Management and Processing of Environmental DataJeremy Cohen 
[1063] Optimising Antarctic Scientific Cruises Using Virtual Globe TechnologyNathan Cunningham 
[1088] FireGrid: An e-Infrastructure for Next-Generation Emergency Response SupportLiangxiu Han 
[1192] A Digital Synthesis Framework for Virtual Observatories [PDF] Jim Myers 
Coffee Break   
10:30 - 12:30 W1: Delivering Grid Services - the role of Central Computing Services
Chair: Clare Gryce, Jeremy Yates and Bruce Beckles
Venue: eSI Cramond
Distributed compute resources for all: users, resource owners and central IT services [PDF] Bruce Beckles 
GridPP and the Edinburgh Compute and Data Facility or How a general purpose cluster bore the weight of Atlas on its shoulders [PDF] Mike Baker & Orlando Richards 
Networking requirements for 3 GRID-related projects – some case studies or Unblocking the GRID - Tales of a Lowly Plumber [PDF] James Clements & Nicola Pezzi 
Networking requirements for 3 GRID-related projects – some case studies or Unblocking the GRID - Tales of a Lowly Plumber - PART 2 [PDF] Andrew Kerl 
Culture shock - traditional sysadmins and IT security meet ‘The Grid’ [PDF] Alan Real & Jason Lander 
11:00 - 12:00 Tea/coffee available
Venue: IF
12:30 - 13:30 Denis Noble - Are organisms Turing Machines? Similarities and differences between genetic and computer code
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
Are Organisms Turing Machines? Similarities and differences between genetic and computer code download/watch the video [WMV] Denis Noble 
13:30 - 13:45 Closing Words: Malcolm Atkinson
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
13:45 - 14:00 Prize Draw
Venue: AT 4 + AT 5
14:15 - 17:15 W1: Delivering Grid Services - the role of Central Computing Services
Chair: Clare Gryce, Jeremy Yates and Bruce Beckles
Venue: eSI Cramond
Open Chaired discussion    
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