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AHM 2004 Programme

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Tuesday 31 August
SessionSessionIDPresentation / ExhibitPresenter(s)
17:00 - 21:00 OGSA-DAI Developers Tutorial
17:00 - 21:00 BoF: Fundamental Computer Science for e-Science
17:00 - 21:00 The Globus Toolkit ® Ecosystem Tutorial [Presentation 1] [Presentation 2]
17:00 - 21:00 Storage Resource Broker Tutorial
Wednesday 01 September
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome from Ron Perrott
09:15 - 10:00 Keynote talk from Tony Hey [Presentation PPT] [Presentation PDF]
10:00 - 11:00 Keynote talk by Jose Munoz (NSF) [Presentation PDF]
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:30 Keynote Talk by Mike Brady (Oxford) [Presentation PPT] [Presentation PDF]
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:15 Mini-Workshop: Experiences of OGSA-DAI [143] Protecting Application Developers ? A Client Toolkit for OGSA-DAI Tom Sugden 
[200] Bioinformatics Data and the Grid: The GeneGrid Data Manager Noel Kelly 
[64] FirstDIG: Data investigations using OGSA-DAI T Sloan 
[142] Performance Analysis of the OGSA-DAI Software Mike Jackson 
14:00 - 15:15 Session 1.1: Sensor Arrays and Remote Sensing [78] Sensor Grids for Air Pollution Monitoring Mark Richards 
[92] Distributed BioSensor systems for GM Crop Monitoring S Hassard 
[115] Imageodesy on MPI & grid for co-seismic shift study using satellite imagery J. G. Liu 
14:00 - 15:15 Session 1.2: JISC Projects [105] Production Quality e-Science Grid  Andrew Richards 
[150] From Data Deluge to Data Curation Philip Lord 
[240] Deploying a distributed data storage system for grid applications on the UK National Grid Service using federated SRB A.S. Manandhar 
14:00 - 15:15 Session 1.3: XML Technologies [124] Developments in BinX, the Binary XML description language Robert Carroll 
[135] Diverse data to diverse visualization systems end to end Julian Gallop 
[281] A Framework for Text Mining Services Ewan Klein 
14:00 - 15:15 Session 1.4: Resource Monitoring [69] Ubiquitous Grid Resource Monitoring Mark Baker 
[180] Production services for information and monitoring in the Grid John Walk 
[249] Grid network performance monitoring Mark Leese 
15:15 - 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:40 Mini-Workshop: Experience of Running Production Grid Services [178] Resource Brokering: The EUROGRID/GRIP Approach Donal Fellows 
[131] Leveraging UK eScience with very large Condor pools: the demand for transforming significant wasted power into results. Paul B Wilson 
[198] The GRIDPP Tier1 Centre Andrew Sansum 
[263] Grid tool integration within the eMinerals project Mark Calleja 
[213] Experience in Running LCG as a Production Grid Service Ian Bird 
16:00 - 17:40 Session 2.1: Provenance and Metadata [91] Formalising a protocol for recording provenance in Grids Paul Groth 
[100] Use of Data Provenance and the Grid in Medical Image Analysis and Drug Discovery - An IXI Exemplar Kelvin Leung 
[127] The myGrid Information Model Nick Sharman 
[194] Support for Provenance in a Service-based Computing Grid Shrija Rajbhandari 
16:00 - 17:40 Session 2.2: Collaborative Tools and Environments [46] Introducing the Access Grid Support Centre Michael, Daw 
[83] Collaborative tools in support of the eMinerals Virtual Organisation Martin Dove 
[262] Chain ReAKTing: Collaborative Advanced Knowledge Technologies in the Comb-e-Chem Grid David De Roure 
[68] Paper withdrawn  
16:00 - 17:40 Session 2.3: Workflow Composition [130] Composing workflows in the environmental sciences using Inferno Jon Blower 
[148] Automated Composition of Semantic Grid Services Shalil Majithia 
[171] Workflow Support for Advanced Grid-Enabled Computing Fenglian, Xu 
[278] Workflow Advisor on The Grid Max Ong 
16:00 - 17:40 Session 2.4: Visualisation and Steering [73] Grid enabled application visualisation services for Oceanographic diagnostics studies Lakshmi Sastry 
[96] Applying the GRID to cartoon animation Paul Cockshott 
[202] Developing a Roaming PDA-Based Interface for a Steering Client for OGSI::Lite using .Net: Practical Lessons Learned Simon P,Nee 
[282] Important issues concerning interactive user interfaces in grid based computational steering systems Roy Kalawsky 
18:00 - 22:00 Demonstrations, Poster Session & Buffet
Thursday 02 September
09:00 - 10:00 Keynote talk by Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago [Presentation PPT] [Presentation PDF]
10:00 - 10:25 Coffee Break
10:25 - 12:30 Mini-Workshop: Computation Steering and Visualisation on the Grid: Pratice & Experience [270] The importance of locality in the visualization of large datasets John Brooke 
[103] Visualisation on the Grid: A Web Service Approach Stuart M. Charters 
[139] Putting Visualization First in Computational Steering Helen Wright 
[201] Practical Tools for Computational Steering A R Porter 
[67] gViz: Visualization and Computational Steering on the Grid Ken Brodlie 
[181] The TeraGyroid project -- collaborative steering and visualization in an HPC grid for modelling complex fluids Jonathan Chin 
10:25 - 12:30 Session 3.1: Ontologies and the Semantic Grid [184] Designing User Interfaces to Minimise Common Errors in Ontology Development: The CO-ODE and HyOntUse Projects Matthew Horridge, Nick Drummond, Hai Wang 
[187] Less is More: Lightweight Ontologies and User Interfaces for Smart Labs Hugo Mills 
[189] Applying the Semantic Web to Manage Knowledge on the Grid Feng Tao 
[237] eBank UK ? linking research data, scholarly communication and learning.  Simon Coles & Liz Lyon 
[258] MIAKT: Combining Grid and Web Services for Collaborative Medical Decision Making Nigel Shadbolt 
10:25 - 12:30 Session 3.2: Support for Virtual Organisations [140] Access Control for Dynamic Virtual Organisations Duncan Russell 
[155] Supporting Formation and Operation of Virtual Organisations in a Grid Environment J Shao 
[164] Using the VOM portal to manage policy within Globus Toolkit, Community Authorisation Service & ICENI resources Asif Saleem 
[182] Supporting Collaborative Virtual Organisations in the Construction Industry via the Grid Jaspreet, Singh Pahwa; Pete, Burnap 
[239] Privacy-Enhanced Transactions for Virtual Organisations Erica Y. Yang 
10:25 - 12:30 Session 3.3: Data Services and Middleware [122] Eldas (Enterprise Level Data Access Services) Stephen Rutherford 
[230] Three Possible Mappings for the DAIS Concepts: WS-I, WS-I plus WS-Context, and WS-RF Specifications Simon Laws 
[261] OGSA-DAI Status Report and Future Directions Neil P. Chue Hong 
[266] OGSA-DAI Usage Scenarios and Behaviour: Determining good practice Mario Antonioletti 
[280] Condor services for the Global Grid: Interoperability between Condor and OGSA Clovis Chapman 
10:25 - 12:30 Session 3.4: Job Submission and Scheduling [65] TOG and JOSH: Grid scheduling with Grid Engine and Globus T Sloan 
[259] Performance guided scheduling in GENIE through ICENI Murtaza Gulamali 
[272] AliBaBa: Running BaBar jobs on the grid using gsub Mike Jones 
[283] Workflow Enactment in ICENI Stephen McGough 
[285] A Standards Based Approach To Job Submission Through Web Services William Lee 
12:30 - 14:10 Lunch
14:10 - 15:50 Mini-Workshop: Requirements Capture and Analysis in e-Science Projects [251] User requirements for UK e-Science grid environments Bruce Beckles 
[128] Enterprise specification of the NERC DataGrid Andrew Woolf 
[77] Gathering Requirements for an Integrative Biology Project Lloyd,Sharon 
[225] Towards Understanding Requirements for eScience: the eDiaMoND case study Marina Jirotka 
14:10 - 15:50 Session 4.1: Data Management and Storage I [156] Applying the OAIS standard to CCLRC's British Atmospheric Data Centre and the Atlas Petabyte Storage Service Dr David Giaretta 
[163] Deployment and Exploitation of Grid-enabled Data Management for Engineers Simon Cox 
[174] Efficient Data Storage and Analysis for Generic Biomolecular Simulation Data Muan Hong Ng 
[183] MySpace: distributed data storage for the VO Keith Noddle 
14:10 - 15:50 Session 4.2: Middleware and Infrastructure [50] Extending Globus to support Multicast Transmission Karl Jeacle 
[208] Reliable Multicast for the Grid: a comparison of protocol implementations Marinho P. Barcellos 
[235] Chained Negotiation for Distributed Notification Services Richard Lawley 
[250] Removing digital certificates from the end-user?s experience of grid environments Bruce Beckles 
14:10 - 15:50 Session 4.3: Portals and Problem-Solving Environments I [223] Virtual Research in the UK: Advanced Portal Services Mark Baker 
[224] Portal Framework for Computation within the eMinerals Project Dr R Tyer 
[255] Building a Biodiversity Problem-Solving Environment Richard White 
[291] GRENADE Stephen Pickles 
14:10 - 15:50 Session 4.4: Service-Oriented Architectures and Grids [177] RealityGrid: An Integrated Approach to Middleware through ICENI Anthony Mayer 
[197] GeneGrid: A practical Workflow Implementation for a Grid Based Virtual Bioinformatics Laboratory David Simpson 
[222] Developing LHCb Grid Software: Experiences and Advances Ian Stokes-Rees 
[267] Service-Oriented Architecture on the Grid for FDI Integration X Ren 
15:50 - 16:20 Coffee Break
16:20 - 18:20 Usability/Interaction in eScience [179] BOF Proposal: Usability/Interaction in eScience  
16:20 - 18:20 Ontologies: Applications, Requirements and Tools [186] Ontologies: Applications, Requirements and Tools  
16:20 - 18:20 Ethics Birds of a Feather Meeting [191] Ethics Birds of a Feather Meeting  
16:20 - 18:20 Pervasive Computing and the Grid BoF [273] Pervasive Computing and the Grid BoF  
16:20 - 18:20 Data Management in Environmental e-Science [84] Data management in environmental escience: particular angles, problems and successes  
19:30 - 23:00 Themed Buffet
Friday 03 September
09:00 - 10:40 Mini-Workshop: e-Science and Data Mining [120] The e-Science and Data Mining Special Interest Group: Launch, Aims and Preliminary Requirements Analysis Bob Mann 
[227] Pattern Matching Against Distributed Datasets Mark Jessop 
[81] Why Grid-based Data Mining Matters? Fighting Natural Disasters on the Grid: From SARS to Land Slides Yike Guo 
[138] e-Science Tools for Analysing Complex Systems Olusola C, Idowu 
[162] Mapping of Scientific Workflow within the e-Protein project to Distributed Resources Angela OBrien 
[269] Association of variations in I kappa B-epsilon with Graves? disease using classical and myGrid methodologies Peter Li 
09:00 - 10:40 Session 5.1: Algorithms and Applications [110] Discovery Processes in Discovery Net Jameel Syed 
[117] Science outcomes from the use of Grid tools in the eMinerals project Stephen Wells 
[126] A Grid Enabled Visual Tool for Time Series Pattern Match B. Liang 
[158] The Application of Distributed Computing to the Investigation of Protein Conformational Change Christopher Woods 
09:00 - 10:40 Session 5.2: Information Management and Discovery [76] The NERC DataGrid: Googling Secure Data Bryan Lawrence 
[87] Grid Services Supporting the Usage of Secure Federated, Distributed Biomedical Data Richard Sinnott 
[89] Principles of Personalisation of Service Discovery Simon Miles 
[193] Towards a grid enabled Engineering Body Scanner Kevin T W Tan 
09:00 - 10:40 Session 5.3: Bio-Informatics and the Grid [253] Exploring Williams-Beuren Syndrome Using myGrid Chris Wroe 
[80] SARS Analysis on the Grid Vasa Curcin 
[195] Developing Grid-based Systems for Microbial Genome Comparisons: The Microbase Project Anil Wipat 
[294] Integrating Biomedical Text Mining Services into a Distributed Workflow Environment Rob Gaizauskas 
09:00 - 10:40 Session 5.4: Services and Toolkits for the Grid [99] CamGrid: Experiences in constructing a university-wide, Condor-based, grid at the University of Cambridge Bruce Beckles 
[168] User Deployment of Grid Toolkits to Engineers Simon J, Cox 
[173] Integration of chargeable Web Services into Engineering Applications  M Molinari 
[218] Recycling Services and Workflows through Discovery and Reuse Chris Wroe 
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee Break
11:10 - 13:15 Mini-Workshop: Grid Performability Modelling and Measurement [286] Performance Architecture within ICENI Stephen McGough 
[45] Optimal Tree Structures for Large-Scale Grids J. Palmer 
[71] jGMA: A lightweight implementation of the Grid Monitoring Architecture Matthew, Grove 
[109] Performance of a semi blind service scheduler Nigel Thomas 
[196] Performance Modelling of a Self-adaptive and Self-optimising Resource Monitoring System for Dynamic Grid Environments Dr Stephen A, Jarvis 
11:10 - 13:15 Session 6.1: Healthcare and the Grid [52] Integrative Biology - exploiting e-Science to combat fatal diseases Damian F. Mac Randal 
[93] e-DiaMoND: challenges for the e-Scientist in the e-Health domain Sharon Lloyd 
[118] Joining upHealth and BioInformatics: E-Science meets E-Health Alan Rector 
[217] Artificial Neural Networks in Cancer Management Robin Marshall 
[275] Designing Grid-enabled Image Registration Services For MIAKT Yalin Zheng 
11:10 - 13:15 Session 6.2: Portals and Problem-Solving Environments II [101] e-HTPX ? HPC, Grid and Web-Portal Technologies in High Throughput Protein Crystallography Dr David Meredith 
[161] The CCLRC Data Portal Shoaib Sufi 
[233] A Portlet Service Model for GECEM Maria Lin 
[234] ReDReSS Portal Services for Awareness and Training Rob Crouchley 
[271] The RealityGrid Web Portal Kevin Stratford 
11:10 - 13:15 Session 6.3: Data Management and Storage II [72] Replica Management Services in the European DataGrid Project David Cameron 
[203] Tuning GENIE Earth System Model Components using a Grid Enabled Data Management System Andrew Price 
[219] Axiope ? the SASIAR approach to bioscience data management  Fred Howell 
[221] Environmental Molecular Processes: Management of Simulation Data and Annotation Lisa Blanshard 
[242] SRB in a Production Context Peter Berrisford 
11:10 - 13:15 Session 6.4: Application Grids [102] A Grid for Particle Physics - From Testbed to Production J. Coles 
[125] GridCast: A Service Architecture for the Broadcasting Media TJ Harmer 
[144] FinGrid: Financial Information Grid ?an ESRC e-Social Science Pilot Project for the Financial Markets K. Ahmad 
[199] Bioinformatics Application Integration and Management in GeneGrid: Experiments and Experiences P.V. Jithesh 
[248] Experiences in Setting up a Pan-European Datagrid using QCDgrid technology as part of the ENACTS Demonstrator Project Chris Johnson 
13:15 - 14:45 Lunch
14:45 - 15:45 Keynote talk by Bob Jones (CERN) [Presentation PPT] [Presentation PDF]
15:45 - 16:15 Prize Draw


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