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The provisional conference programme is posted below. Please note this programme is subject to change.


Monday 10 September
SessionSessionIDPresentation / ExhibitPresenter(s)
17:00 - 20:00 Workshop 1: OMII-UK [841] Portalization Process for the Access GridAndrew Rowley
[857] Workflows Hosted In PortalsKurt Mueller
[885] From Open Source to long-term sustainability: Review of Business Models and Case studies Victor Chang
17:00 - 20:00 Workshop 2: Building Usable Systems for the Global Environment [831] Usable grid infrastructures: practical experiences from the eMinerals projectMartin Dove
[863] 'SED Service': Science Application Based on Virtual Observatory TechnologyParesh Prema
17:00 - 20:00 Workshop 3: Visualisation tools [820] Using hand-crafted rules and machine learning to infer SciXML document structureIan, Lewin;
[860] Integrating General-Purpose and Domain-Specific Components in the Analysis of Scientific Text.C.J. Rupp
17:00 - 20:00 Workshop 4: Issues in Ontology Development and Use [826] Ontology Building as Practical Work: Lessons from CSCWDave Randall
[838] Managing the transition from OBO to OWL: The COBrA-CT Bio-Ontology Tools Stuart Aitken
[849] Lessons in building OWL Ontology driven applications: OCHWIZ – an Occupational Health Application  
[854] Collaboration in the Value Grid for Semantic TechnologiesAlistair Miles
[873] A Socio-technical Perspective on Ontology Development in HealthGridsJenny Ure
Tuesday 11 September
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome: Prof Ken Brodlie (Chair of the Steering Committee)
Venue: Auditorium
09:15 - 09:45 Keynote 1: Prof Malcolm Atkinson (e-Science Envoy)
Chair: Ken Brodlie
Venue: Auditorium
09:45 - 10:30 Keynote 2: Satoshi Sekiguchi
Chair: Malcolm Atkinson
Venue: Auditorium
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
11:00 - 11:30 Best Paper Awards
Chair: Jie Xu
Venue: Auditorium
[792] Sharing and visualizing environmental data using Virtual GlobesJon D, Blower
11:30 - 12:45 BoF 1: Public Understanding of e-Science
Chair: Judy Redfearn
11:30 - 12:45 Regular Session 1.1: Interoperability [824] A JSDL Application Repository and Artefact Sharing Portal for Heterogeneous Grids and the NGSDavid Meredith
[848] Practical Grid Inteoperability: GridPP and the National Grid ServiceJ Jensen
[781] Towards Grid InteroperabilitySteve Crouch
11:30 - 12:45 Regular Session 1.2: Medical Applications [785] The CARMEN Neuroinformatics ServerPaul Watson
[818] ADVISES Project: Scenario-based Requirements Analysis for e-Science ApplicationsSarah Thew
[880] The Challenges of Clinical e-Science: Lessons Learned from PsyGridJohn Ainsworth
11:30 - 12:45 Regular Session 1.3: Data Management [839] OGSA-DAI 3.0 - The Whats and the WhysMike Jackson
[842] Transaction-Based Grid Database ReplicationYin Chen
[858] Cross-linking and referencing data and publications in CLADDIERBrian Matthews
11:30 - 12:45 Regular Session 1.4: Programming and Systems [776] Supporting High-Level Grid Parallel Programming: the Design and Implementation of Grid-GUM2Abdallah D., Al Zain
[798] Grid Based Distributed Hybrid Testingmobin ojaghi
[799] PhantomOS: A Next Generation Grid Operating SystemAshiq Anjum
12:45 - 14:00 Lunch
Venue: Marquee
14:00 - 14:45 Keynote 3: Tom Kirkwood
Chair: TBC
Venue: Auditorium
14:45 - 16:00 Regular Session 2.1: Scientific Applications [806] Retrospective checkpointing for efficient management of computational steeringWilliam J A Pinnington
[840] The Integrative Biology Grid – Building on e-Science ComponentsLakshmi Sastry
[892] Science carried out as part of the NW-GRID project using the eMinerals infrastructureJamie Rintelman
14:45 - 16:00 Regular Session 2.2: Visualization [816] A user interface framework for Grid-based computational steering and visualization.Jason Wood
[825] Driving Google Earth from FortranGen-Tao, Chiang
[875] A Service Agreement Framework for Grid based Distributed RenderingJohn T, OBrien
14:45 - 16:00 Regular Session 2.3: Security 1 [786] A Policy-Based Framework for e-Health ApplicationsGiovanni, Russello
[788] Practical access control using NDG securityPhillip Kershaw
[807] Non-Intrusive, Flexible, Role-Based Authorization Extensions for WSRF::LiteBruno Harbulot
14:45 - 16:00 Regular Session 2.4: Data Handling and Service Deployment [844] Engineering a Replay Application Based on RDF and OWLChris Greenhalgh
[861] Scalable Management of Real-time Data Streams from Mobile Sources using Utility ComputingJeremy Cohen
[876] Deploying visualization applications as remote servicesMark Riding
14:45 - 16:00 Workshop 5: VREs: Where are we now? [790] Enhancing the Value of Collaborative Research Events through Virtual Research EnvironmentsMichael Daw
[823] The use of Virtual Research Environments and eScience to enhance use of online resources: the History of Political Discourse VRE ProjectSimon Hodson
16:00 - 17:00 Booth Demonstration Session To be confirmed
16:00 - 17:00 Coffee
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
17:00 - 18:30 Grid Computing Now! Workshop with Drinks Reception after the workshop Time to be confirmed
18:30 - 20:30 Poster Session, Full Buffet Dinner & Drinks
Venue: Marquee
Wednesday 12 September
09:00 - 09:45 Keynote 4: Andres Ynnerman
Chair: Ken Brodlie
Venue: Auditorium
09:45 - 10:30 Keynote 5: John Wood
Chair: TBC
Venue: Auditorium
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
11:00 - 12:15 BoF 2: National Comparisons of Uptake and Sustainability of e-Science
11:00 - 12:15 Regular Session 3.1: Security 2 [837] ShibGrid, a Shibboleth based access method for the National Grid ServiceDavid Wallom
[877] Secure Execution of Mobile Java using Static Analysis and Proof Carrying CodeRobert Atkey
[888] The GLASS Project: Supporting Secure Shibboleth-based Single Sign-On to Campus Resources  
11:00 - 12:15 Regular Session 3.2: Social Science [845] Eliciting Quantitative e-Social Scientists User RequirementsFlorian Urmetzer
[874] Using the Grid to Support Evidence-Based Policy Assessment in Social SciencePete Edwards
[889] Modelling and Simulation for e-Social Science: Current ProgressPaul Townend
11:00 - 12:15 Regular Session 3.3: Performance of Grids [865] Improving Grid computing performance prediction using weighted templatesAriel, Goyeneche
[871] GROWL Scripts: Lightweight Access to Grid ResourcesJohn Kewley
[893] Experiences with different middleware solutions on the NW-GRIDJens Thomas
11:00 - 12:15 Regular Session 3.4: Workflows [773] New directions in Workflow formalismsFrank Terpstra
[789] Workflow Enactment of Grid-Enabled Geospatial Web ServicesGobe Hobona
[862] Enabling Quality of Service Based Workflow Management System on GRIDLi Guo
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch
Venue: Marquee
13:30 - 15:00 Booth Demonstration Session
15:00 - 15:45 Keynote 6: Tim Foresman
Chair: TBC
Venue: Auditorium
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
16:15 - 18:45 BoF 3: UK National Grid Service User Forum
16:15 - 18:45 BoF 4: Enabling effective widespread use of e-Infrastructure
16:15 - 18:45 Workshop 6: We have to Talk about Metadata [791] A metadata infrastructure using ISO standards Gillam, L.
[832] Metadata management and grid computing within the eMinerals projectMartin Dove
16:15 - 18:45 Workshop 7: Text and Grid: Research Questions for the Humanities, Sciences and Industry [804] Open Boek: a system for the extraction of numeric data from archeological reportsSander Wubben
[887] The Humanities in a Global e-Infrastructure: A Web-Services Shopping List   
16:15 - 18:45 Workshop 8: Interoperability and adaptability of text mining
19:15 - 20:00 Drinks Reception
Venue: Atrium
20:00 - 23:30 Gala Dinner
Venue: Marquee
Thursday 13 September
09:00 - 10:40 Regular Session 4.1: VREs and eResearch [800] The British Library Research Information Centre (RIC)Roger S. Barga
[805] Mind The Gap: eResearch in AustraliaGabrielle Bright
[814] Virtual Research Environments: Sakai VRE DemonstratorRob Allan
[866] e-Research Infrastructure Development and Community EngagementAlex Voss
09:00 - 10:40 Regular Session 4.2: Infrastructure [784] Study of User Priorities for e-Infrastructure for e Research (SUPER)Jennifer Schopf
[830] Text Mining Services to Support E-ResearchBrian Rea
[894] The Data Acquisition, Accessibility, Annotation and e-Research Technologies (DART) Project: Supporting the complete e-Research LifecycleAndrew, Treloar;
[895] Grid Infrastructures for the Electronics Domain: Requirements and Early Prototypes from an EPSRC Pilot Project  
09:00 - 10:40 Regular Session 4.3: Production Grids [772] Performance Prediction for Parallel Numerical Software on the White Rose GridGiuseppe, Romanazzi
[795] The National Grid Service User Accounting SystemKatie Weeks
[856] A Lightweight Campus Grid Resource Broker and Job Submission ToolDavid Wallom
09:00 - 10:40 Regular Session 4.4: SOA and Web Services [802] Mediating Semantic Web Service Access using the Semantic Firewall  
[836] Service Oriented Architectures in the Provision of Military CapabilityDuncan J, Russell
[864] Virtual Organisation design and application: A chemicals industry case study  
09:00 - 10:40 Tutorial 1: OGSA-DAI 3.0
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee
Venue: Marquee, Atrium and Main Corridor
11:10 - 11:55 Keynote 7: Derek Hill
Chair: TBC
Venue: Auditorium
11:55 - 12:30 Raffle & Close of Meeting
Venue: Auditorium
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch and Close
Venue: Marquee
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