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Workshops

AHM 2010 is hosting several workshop sessions.  Workshops focus on a particular topic and bring together a number of presenters in a panel or mini-symposium format. These sessions will run in parallel with other conference sessions.  Please click on the links provided to navigate to the workshop websites for further information:

  • Security and Privacy in Collaborative Working (http://www.cs.cf.ac.uk/allhands/) - led by Pete Burnap
  • Research Clouds: Hype or Reality? (http://www.computing.surrey.ac.uk/Clouds/ahm2010.html) - led by Lee Gillam
  • Workshop on Trends, Issues and Challenges in Future High-End Computing (http://www.soos-project.eu/ahm2010.html) - led by Lutz Schubert
  • Enhancing Community Intelligence for e-Science (http://e-research.cs.st-andrews.ac.uk/AHM2010) - led by Alex Voss
  • Software Sustainability:  Stories and Strategies (http://www.software.ac.uk/AHMWorkshop.html) - led by Neil Chue Hong
  • The Social Shaping of Technology? Upgrading e-Science Scenarios for Understanding Socio-Technical Change (http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/microsites/oess/events/allhands2010.cfm) - led by Tim Webmoor.  This workshop will be in the form of a panel discussion, and hence abstracts for formal presentation were not accepted (please see the website for further details).

Along with the workshops listed above, Dave De Roure will be leading a BoF at AHM 2010 titled Digital Social Research Challenges (website to be added).  Please see the website, once it is live, for further details.