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Monday 7 December | Tuesday 8 December | Wednesday 9 December

Monday 7 December

TIMEEVENTLOCATIONiCAL
08.00 - 10.00Registration and coffeeExhibition Area
10.00 - 10.30Welcome Address: Anne TrefethenOxford/Blenheim Suite
10.30 - 11.30Plenary: Helen BaileyOxford/Blenheim Suite
11.30 - 12.30Parallel Themes
Data & Information ManagementOxford/Blenheim Suite
  1. Analysing Software Preservation Needs within a Data Centre, Arif Shaon
  2. Workflows and Applications in e-Science Central, Simon Woodman
  3. Blogging Meets Computational Chemistry, Kieron Taylor
User EngagementLandmark Suite
  1. Engaging Chemists: Making a Usable Lab Blog Book, Simon Coles
  2. Second Life: The Next Virtual Laboratory?, Stephen Wilson
  3. The Aladdin-2 Launchpad - Engaging the User Community and Broadening Access to the GENIE Model on Local and Remote Computing Resources, Andrew Price
Environment & Earth SciencesHeritage Suite
  1. A Near Real-time Sea Ice Monitoring Service as Implemented with Polarview, Andreas Cziferszky
  2. The UK Climate Projections User Interface: A Case Study for the Deployment of a Scalable Web-application Built Upon the Open Source Geo-stack and OGC Standards, Stephen Pascoe
Sharing & CollaborationsChristchurch Suite
    Session on large scale computation:
  1. Reconfiguring Practice: The Interdependence of Experimental Procedure and Computing infrastructure in Distributed Earthquake Engineering, Grace de la Flor
  2. IOME, A Toolkit for Distributed and Collaborative Computational Science and Engineering, Michael Griffiths
  3. The EGI - A Sustainable European Grid Infrastructure - '09, Michael Wilson
Medical & Biological SciencesManor Lounge
  1. Using NGS Grid Infrastructure to Run a Large-Scale in silico Drug Screening Against RAS, Narcis Fernandez Fuentes
  2. GIMI: The Past, the Present, and the Future, Andrew Simpson
  3. Grid-enabled SIMAP Utility: Motivation, Integration Technology and Performance Results, Xuan Liu
12.30 - 13.30Lunch
13.30 - 15.00Parallel Themes
Data & Information ManagementOxford Suite
  1. An e-Science Infrastructure for the on-demand Management, Analysis and Visualisation of Environmental Data, Jeremy Cohen
  2. Efficient Management of Coupled Multi-physics Simulations Using SAGA-based Abstractions, Shantenu Jha
  3. Data Management for Intelligent Transport System Using Pervasive Sensing, Visalakshmi Suresh
  4. CARMEN: A Practical Approach to Metadata Management, Mark Jessop
Physical & Engineering SciencesManor Lounge
  1. Experience of Introducing e-Infrastructure for Laser Performance Analysis, Lakshmi Sastry
  2. Optimised Generation of Electronic Standard Cell Libraries with Variability Tolerance through the nanoCMOS Grid, James Walker
  3. UK Performance of the LHC Experiments in the STEP09 Exercise, David Colling
  4. Petascale Lattice-Boltzmann Simulations of Amphiphilic Cubic Liquid Crystals, Radhika Saksena
Social Sciences & HumanitiesLandmark Suite
  1. A Data Management Infrastructure for e-Social Science, Guy Warner
  2. The Elements of a Computational Infrastructure for Social Simulation, Mark Birkin
  3. LifeGuide: An Infrastructure for Empowering Behavioural Intervention Research, Yang Yang
  4. Supporting Research into Depression, Self-Harm and Suicide across Scotland, Susan McCafferty
  5. ASSIST: Education Evidence Portal, Brian Rea
Environment & Earth SciencesHeritage Suite
  1. The Climate-G Testbed, Sandro Fiore
  2. Technologies of the “Atmospheric data Access for the Geo-spatial User Community” (ADAGUC) project, John Van de Vegte
  3. Access Control for CMIP5, Philip Kershaw
Sharing & CollaborationsChristchurch Suite
    Session on Web 2.0
  1. Building Successful Online Research Networks with the Last.fm Model, Jason Hoyt
  2. Lessons from myExperiment: Two insights into Emerging e-Research Practice, Dave de Roure
  3. Web 2.0 Tool for e-Research Project Management, Matteo Turilli
  4. Adoption and Use of Web 2.0 in Scholarly Communications, Rob Procter
Medical & Biological SciencesBlenheim Suite
  1. A Portal-Based System for Quality Assurance of Radiotherapy Treatment Plans using Grid-enabled High Performance Computing Clusters, Ian Smith
  2. Bringing caBIG Services Together Using Taverna, Aleksandra Nenadic
  3. CaliBayes and BASIS: e-Science Applications for Systems Biology Research, Yuhui Chen
15.00 - 15.30Afternoon Refreshments
15.30 - 16.30Plenary: Tom RoddenOxford/Blenheim Suite
16.30 - 18.00BOFs
The e-LaboratoryOxford/Blenheim Suite
Green ITHeritage Suite
Services to support and connect European collaborative projects and users through the NGSLandmark Suite
Digital data preservation and the role of the librariesManor Lounge
VisualizationChristchurch Suite
18.00 - 19.00AHM Posters1st Floor Concourse

 

Tuesday 8 December

TIMEEVENTLOCATIONiCAL
09.00 - 09.45Plenary: Tony HoareOxford/Blenheim Suite
09.45 - 10.30Plenary: Neil GeddesOxford/Blenheim Suite
10.30-11.00Refreshments
11.30 - 12.30Parallel Themes
Data & Information ManagementOxford Suite
  1. A Scalable, Open Standards Service for Cross-protocol Data Transfers, Stephen Crouch
  2. A Social Research e-Laboratory with a Focus on Obesity: An Interdisciplinary Space for Data, Methods, Sharing and Expertise, Shoaib Sufi
  3. Subject and Institutional Repositories Interaction, Simon Lambert
  4. Critical Zone Observatories and Sensor Repositories, Stephen Wilson
Foundations of e-ScienceBlenheimSuite
  1. Exploiting and Providing Research Data, Malcolm Atkinson
  2. Advanced Data Mining and Integration Research for Europe, Jano van Hemert
  3. Design Principles for Distributed Socio-technical Infrastructure, Jenny Ure
  4. The Design and Implementation of a Workflow Analysis Tool, Vasa Curcin
User EngagementLandmark Suite
  1. User Requirements and Engagement in Health Informatics, Alistair Sutcliffe
  2. Accessing Grid Resources Using Standard SSH Enabled Clients, Kevin Haines
  3. Building Communities and Awareness at the NGS, Gillian Sinclair
  4. The OMII-UK Approach: How Project Management Facilitates User Engagement, Stephen Brewer
Distributed & HPCManor Lounge
  1. Supporting Simulations on the Grid using Workflows and Virtual Machines, Edoardo Pignotti
  2. Applying Computational Mechanism Design to Grid Resource Allocation, Stefan Zasada
  3. Coupled Domains in Coastal Ocean Simulations using MPIg on the NGS, Stephen Pickles
  4. A New Application for the Grid: Muon Ionization Cooling for a Neutrino Factory, David Forrest
Sharing & CollaborationChristchurch Suite
    Session on Knowledge:
  1. SKUA - Retrofitting Semantics, Norman Gray
  2. Providing Useful Perspectives onto Massive Digital Collections, Mark Gahegan
  3. Flexible Management of Virtual Organisations Using FOAF+SSL, Bruno Harbulot
Medical & Biological SciencesHeritageSuite
  1. A High Throughput Computing Approach to Cardiac Cell Analysis, Sanjay Kharche
  2. Computational Modelling of Evolution of Intracellular Ca++ Waves in a Ventricular 3D e-Cell, Arun Holden
  3. High Throughput Cardiac Science on the Grid, David Abramson
  4. Parameter Sweep Workflows for Modelling Carbohydrate Recognition, Gabor Terstyanszky
12.30 - 13.30Lunch
13.30 - 15.00Parallel Themes
Data & Information ManagementOxford Suite
  1. Using Pivots to Explore Heterogeneous Collections: A Case Study in Musicology, Daniel Smith
  2. A Metadata Binding Store for Distributed Scientific Data, Yin Chen
  3. iRODS: The Use of Rules and Micro Services for Automatic Data and Single Pattern Searching, Martyn Fletcher
  4. ASPiS: Architecture of a Shibboleth Protected iRODS System, Jens Jensen
Foundations of e-ScienceBlenheim Suite
  1. Retaining Participants in Volunteer Computing Projects, Peter Darch
  2. Capturing e-Science Fundamentals, Neil Chue Hong
  3. Shibboleth Access to Resources on the NGS, Mike Jones
  4. Building a Better Grid Authentication System with Kerberos, David McBride
Social Sciences & HumanitiesLandmark Suite
  1. Bottom-up, Top-Down, and Other Social and Technological Dynamics of e-Research, Eric Meyer
  2. The e-Social Science Research Agenda, Peter Halfpenny
  3. arts-humanities.net and the Development of Infrastructure for the Digital Arts and Humanities, Torsten Reimer
  4. Methodological Commons: Arts and Humanities e-Science Fundamentals, Stuart Dunn
Distributed & HPCManor Lounge
  1. Using Interoperable Loosely Coupled Applications for HIV-1 Protease Simulation, Owain Kenway
  2. Using a RESTful System to Support a Range of Distributed Applications, Mark Baker
  3. Virtualizing Access to Scientific Applications with the Application Hosting Environment, Stefan Zasada
  4. Towards Intelligent Workflow Planning for Neuroimaging Analyses, Ashiq Anjum
Environmental & Earth SciencesMaurice Evans Lounge
  1. Global Hydrology Modelling and Uncertainty: Running Multiple Ensembles with the University of Reading Campus Grid, Simon Gosling
  2. Modelling Data-driven CO2 Sequestration Using Distributed HPC CyberInfrastructure, Shantenu Jha
  3. Grid-enabling OGC Web Services, Andrew Woolf
Sharing & CollaborationChristchurch Suite
    Session on VREs:
  1. A Virtual Research Environment for Cancer Image Analysis and Management, Anne Trefethen
  2. Capturing Social & Data Provenance in a Virtual Research Environment, Edoardo Pignotti
  3. A Networked Registration Scheme to Support Open Science, Adrian Pickering
  4. Joining Portal-based VREs through Access Grid Technologies, Tobias Schiebeck
Medical & Biological SciencesHeritage Suite
  1. Cardiovascular Risk Communication Software for Patients and Clinicians, John Colquhoun
  2. The Virtual Physiological Human ToolKit, Jonathan Cooper
  3. Clinically-driven, Secure Data Exchange for e-Health, Anthony Stell
  4. PathGrid: A Service Orientated Architecture for Microscopy Image Analysis, Nicholas Walton
15.00 - 15.30Afternoon Refreshments
15.30 - 16.30Plenary: Dave De RoureOxford/Blenheim Suite
16.30 - 17.00Tony Hey Student Paper PrizeOxford/Blenheim Suite
17.00 - 18.30Panel DiscussionOxford/Blenheim Suite
19.30AHM Conference DinnerOxford Conference Centre

Wednesday 9 December

TIMEEVENTLOCATIONiCAL
10.15 - 10.45Refreshments
10.45 - 12.30Parallel Themes
Data & Information ManagementOxford Suite
  1. Evaluating Peer-to-Peer Database Server Based on BitTorrent, John Colquhoun
  2. Integrating Distributed Data Sources with OGSA-DAI DQP and Views, Bartosz Dobrzelecki
  3. An OGSA-DAI and OGSA-DQP Based Federated Database Infrastructure for the MESSAGE Project, Jeremy Cohen
  4. A Tool for Refining VO Security Policies, Benjamin Aziz
  5. Advanced Grid Authorisation using Semantic Technologies - AGAST, Norman Gray
Social Sciences & HumanitiesManor Lounge
  1. Supporting the Language and Literature Research Community through e-Infrastructures, Richard Sinnott
  2. Purcell Plus: A Multi-domain Framework for Musicological Resource Management and Discovery, Richard Lewis
  3. Integrating the eSAD (The Image, Text, Interpretation: e-Science, Technology and Documents) and VRE-SDM (VRE for the Study of Documents and Manuscripts) Projects, David Wallom
  4. Geoparsing Digitised Historical Collections, Claire Grover
  5. Deploying an On-demand VRE for Linking Data Sets in the Humanities, Mike Priddy
Distributed & HPCBlenheim Suite
  1. Security Aware Live Migration for Clouds, Paul Townend
  2. Supporting Effective Data Placement on Heterogenous Distributed Platforms, Shantenu Jha
  3. Advance Network Reservation and Provisioning for Science, Mehmet Balman
  4. Reputing Microkernels, Lutz Schubert
  5. Grid-SAFE Resource Usage Monitoring and Accounting, Adrian Jackson
  6. Understanding Performance Implications of Distributed Filesystems in a Data-Intensive Application, Shantenu Jha
User EngagementLandmark Suite
  1. The “Project Community Approach” to Academic Scientific Software Development, Scott Loynton
  2. The VeRSI Story: Engagement Through Collaboration, Lyle Winton
  3. Engaging Researchers with e-Infrastructure, Neil Chue Hong
  4. Adoption of e-Infrastructure Services: Findings, Issues and Opportunities, Rob Procter
  5. What do we want? Reports from Practising Researchers in Three UK Universities, Bruce Beckles
Sharing & CollaborationChristchurch Suite
    Session on Sharing:
  1. Licence to Share: Research and Collaboration through Go-Geo! and ShareGeo, Nicola Osborne
  2. SysMO-DB: A Pragmatic Approach to Sharing Information Amongst Systems Biology Projects in Europe, Carole Goble
  3. Privacy Compliance in European Healthgrid Domains, Hanene Rahmouni
  4. Data Sharing, Small Science, and Institutional Repositories, Melissa Cragin
  5. Research Collaboration and Software Sustainability, Ross Gardler
12.30 - 13.30Lunch - AHM Closes

 

 
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