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Final Workshop Program

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

Session 1 - 9.30 10.30
9.30 - Welcome, F.Davoli, Conference Chair

Invited Talk - 9.40
Recent advances in Networking Research
Tatsuya Suda, University of California at Irvine, USA

Coffee break

Session 2 - 11.00 13.00

Chair: Norbert Meyer, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

BW-ELABS – Knowledge Management in Virtual and Remote LABS
Sabina Jeschke, Barbara Burr, Wolfgang Osten, Olivier Pfeiffer,  Thomas Richter, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany,
Jens U. Hahn, Walter Kriha, Werner Stephan, Stuttgart Media University, Germany
Leni Helmes,  Karl-Heinz Weber, FIZ Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany
Michael Krüger, Andreas W.Liehr, Thomas Richter, Gerhard Schneider, University of Freiburg, Germany

Controlling and Monitoring Devices with REST
Francesco Lelli, Cesare Pautasso, University of Lugano, Switzerland

Observatory Middleware Framework (OMF)
Duane R. Edgington, Kevin Gomes, John Graybeal, Robert Herlien, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA
Randal Butler, Terry Fleury, Von Welch, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ,USA

The impact of global high-speed networks on radio astronomy: An operational viewpoint
M. Leeuwinga, JIVE, The Nederlands

A Virtual Reality for CIMA Based Access to Remote Scientific Instruments
Douglas J. du Boulay, Romain Quilici, Peter Turner, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney, Australia
Ian Atkinson, Andrew Sharpe, School of Information Technology & High Performance Computing, James Cook University,Australia
Donald F. McMullen, The Pervasive Technology Labs at Indiana University, USA
Sandor Brockhauser, Instrumentation Group, European Molecular Biology Laboratory Grenoble, France

Lunch break

Session 3 - 14.30 16.00

 Chair: Roberto Pugliese, ELETTRA, Trieste, Italy

NETWORK-CENTRIC EARTH QUAKE ENGINEERING SIMULATIONS
Paolo Gamba, University of Pavia, Italy
Matteo Lanati, Eucentre, Italy

Software as a Service for a Synchrotron Radiation Facility by means of Grid Computing
George Kourousias, Roberto Pugliese, Milan Prica, Andrea Del Linz, Alessio Curri, Scientific Computing Group, Information Technology Department, ELETTRA Sincrotrone Trieste, Italy

"The SIP Pod" a VoIP student lab/playing field
Màtè J. Csorba, Prajwalan Karanjit, Steinar H. Andresen, Department of Telematics,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

A GRID Approach for Calibrating and Comparing  Microscopic Road Traffic Models
Luca Berruti, Sandro Zappatore, CNIT - University of Genoa Research Unit, Italy
Carlo Caligaris, Livio Denegri, Marco Perrando, DIST-University of Genoa, Italy

Topology Design of a Service Overlay Network for e-Science Applications
D. Adami, CNIT Research Unit Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy
C. Callegari, S. Giordano, G. Nencioni, M. Pagano, Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Pisa, Italy

Coffee break

Session 4 - 16.30 18.00

 Chair: Marcin Płóciennik, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

ABIO-Inspired Scheduling Algorithm for Multi-Broker GRID Environments
Antonella Di Stefano, Giovanni Morana, University of Catania, Italy

Storage and Analysis Infrastructure for Data Acquisition Systems with High Data Rates
M. Sutter, T. Jejkal, R. Stotzka, V. Hartmann, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Institute for Data Processing and Electronics, Germany
M. Hardt, ForschungszentrumKarlsruhe, SteinbuchCentre for Computing ,Germany

Porting Applications to a Combined Desktop Grid/Service Grid platform using the EDGeS Application Development Methodology
Tamas Kiss, Gabor Szmetanko, Daniel Farkas, Gabor Terstyanszky, Centre for Parallel Computing, University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Peter Kacsuk, Centre for Parallel Computing, University of Westminster, United Kingdom and
MTA SZTAKI, Hungary

Analysis and optimization of performance characteristics of parallel scientific applications on the Grid (a case study for the OPATM-BFM environmental application)
A. Cheptsov, B. Koller, High-Performance Computing Center, University of Stuttgart, Germany
S. Salon, P. Lazzari, Dept. of Oceanography, Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale(OGS), Italy

Real-Time Online Application Development and Service Provision in Grid Environments with edutain@grid
Frank Glinka, Alexander Ploß, Sergei Gorlatch, University of Münster, Germany
Christoph Anthes, Roland Landertshamer, Helmut Bressler, University of Linz, Austria
Vlad Nae, Radu Prodan, Thomas Fahringer, University of Innsbruck, Austria

 

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Invited session 5 - 9.00 10.30

EDGeS: Interconnecting Service Grids and Desktop Grids
Organizer: Peter Kacsuk, SZTAKI, Hungary

EDGeS bridge technologies to interconnect service and desktop grids
Peter Kacsuk: SZTAKI, Hungary

Monitoring system for the EDGeS infrastructure
Filipe Araújo: Department of Informatics Engineering of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of Coimbra, Portugal

Application development and execution in EDGeS
Tamas Kiss: Centre for Parallel Computing, University of Westminster, United Kingdom

Coffee break

Invited session 6 - 11.00 13.00

Enabling Quality of Service through Service Level Agreements
Organizer: Constantinos Kotsokalis, Dortmund University, Germany

Service Level Agreements: Essential Concepts of Electronic Contracts
Philipp Wieder, Dortmund University of Technology, Germany

Enabling Service‐Oriented Infrastructures (SOIs) with certainty
Costas Kotsokalis, Dortmund University of Technology, Germany

SLAs on the Grid
Ioannis Liabotis, Greek Research & Technology Network (GRNET),

Networking Slas: Traditional Approaches and Latest Developments
Wolfgang Ziegler, Fraunhofer SCAI, Germany

 Lunch break

Invited session 7 - 14.30 16.00

NRENs vision of e-Infrastructure
Organizer: Athanassios Liakopoulos, GRNET, Greece

GRNET vision of using network infrastructures for e-Science and Grid computing
Ioannis Liabotis: Greek Research & Technology Network (GRNET), Greece

Academic MANs and PIONIER - Polish road to e-Infrastructure for Science
S. Starzak, M.Stroinski: Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

Enabling e-Infrastructures in Italy through the GARR network
Mario Reale: GARR, Italy

 Coffee break

Tutorial - 16.30 19.00

DORII hands on session, part I
Organizer: Roberto Pugliese, ELETTRA, Italy

This tutorial aims at application developers, system engineers and students that are interested to learn about DORII (Deployment of Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure) and related technologies.
In this tutorial, the participants are given the opportunity to understand how to seamless integrate instruments, detectors and sensors in the e-Infrastructure. The tutorial is divided in two parts.
In the first one the tutorial covers the issues of introduction to DORII, DORII infrastructure and its specific components like the Virtual Control Room, the Instrument element and the Workflow Management System.
In the second part, and exploration scenario using LEGO Mindstorm Robots will be developed. The participants will learn how to develop an instrument element, install and customize the Virtual Control Room, integrate Instruments and Storage Elements, process acquire data using Computing Elements and
developing a simple collective behavior using scripts and workflows.
The tutorial is organized under the framework of the FP7 project DORII (http://www.dorii.eu/).

 

 Friday, April 3rd, 2009

Invited talk - 9.00 9.30

Chair: Sandro Zappatore, DIST-University of Genoa and CNIT, Italy

e-Infrastructures in the scope of the 7 Framework Programme
Monika Kącik,  European Commission, INFSO-F03 'GEANT and e-Infrastructure
 

Session 8 - 9.30 11.00

Chair: Norbert Meyer, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

GridWalker: a visual tool for supporting the advanced discovery of Grid resources
A. Merlo, A. Corana, IEIIT-CNR, Italy
D. D'Agostino, A. Clematis, IMATI-CNR, Italy
V. Gianuzzi, DISI, University of Genoa, Italy

Parametric Jobs Facilitation of IE Usage in Grid Applications
Katarzyna Bylec, Szymon Mueller, Mateusz Pabiś, Mariusz Wojtysiak, Paweł Wolniewicz,
Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

An Optimized Architecture for Supporting Data Streaming in Interactive Grids
Luca Caviglione, Cristiano Cervellera, Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation, Italy

Balticgrid-Ii User and Application Support
J.Kulins, Riga Technical University, Estonia
H.Teder, Estonian Education and Resear Network, Estonia
A.Juozapavicius, Vilnius University, Estonia
T.Scepieniec, Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Estonia

Context Awareness in Autonomic Heterogeneous Environments
Anastasios Zafeiropoulos, Athanassios Liakopoulos, Greek Research & Technology Network (GRNET), Greece

Coffee break

Tutorial - 11.30 13.00

DORII hands on session, part II
Organizer: Roberto Pugliese, ELETTRA, Italy

This tutorial aims at application developers, system engineers and students that are interested to learn about DORII (Deployment of Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure) and related technologies.
In this tutorial, the participants are given the opportunity to understand how to seamless integrate instruments, detectors and sensors in the e-Infrastructure. The tutorial is divided in two parts.
In the first one the tutorial covers the issues of introduction to DORII, DORII infrastructure and its specific components like the Virtual Control Room, the Instrument element and the Workflow Management System.
In the second part, and exploration scenario using LEGO Mindstorm Robots will be developed. The participants will learn how to develop an instrument element, install and customize the Virtual Control Room, integrate Instruments and Storage Elements, process acquire data using Computing Elements and
developing a simple collective behavior using scripts and workflows.
The tutorial is organized under the framework of the FP7 project DORII (http://www.dorii.eu/).

Lunch break

Tutorial - 14.00 17.00

IPv6 support
Organizers: Anastasios Zafeiropoulos, GRNET, Greece
Athanassios Liakopoulos, GRNET, Greece

This tutorial aims at network administrators, application developers, network engineers and students that are interested to learn about IPv6-related technologies.
In this tutorial, the participants are given the opportunity to discuss the issues and consider the problems and solutions involved in deploying IPv6. The tutorial covers the issues of introduction to IPv6, IPv6 addressing, IPv6 associated protocols, IPv6 network management and IPv6 coexistence with IPv4. The tutorial will also review IPv6 in sensor networks, programming in IPv6 and will present IPv6 deployment scenarios.
The tutorial is organized under the framework of the FP7 project 6DEPLOY (http://www.6deploy.org/).

Farewell - 17.00

Closing remarks by:
Franco Davoli, DIST - University of Genoa and CNIT, Italy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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