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Dr. Ken Peach (OIST)
13/04/2015, 09:00
Dr. Masanori Yamauchi (KEK)
13/04/2015, 09:15
Dr. Takanori Hara (KEK)
13/04/2015, 10:00
Graeme Stewart (University of Glasgow (GB))
13/04/2015, 11:00
13/04/2015, 12:15
Dr. Jonathan Dorfan (OIST)
14/04/2015, 09:00
Robert Group (University of Virginia)
14/04/2015, 09:15
Thorsten Sven Kollegger (GSI - Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH (DE))
15/04/2015, 11:00
Mr. Tom Fifield (OpenStack Foundation)
15/04/2015, 11:30
Sebastian Lopienski (CERN)
15/04/2015, 12:00
Dr. Frederik Beaujean (LMU Munich)
16/04/2015, 10:15
Track2: Offline software
oral presentation

The Bayesian analysis toolkit (BAT)
is a C++ package centered around Markov-chain Monte Carlo sampling. It
is used in analyses of various particle-physics experiments such as
ATLAS and Gerda. The software has matured over the last few years to a
version 1.0. We will summarize the lessons learned and report on the
current developments of a complete redesign...

Prof. Daniele Bonacorsi (University of Bologna)
16/04/2015, 16:30
Tadashi Maeno (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))
16/04/2015, 16:40
Track5: Computing activities and Computing models
Andrew McNab (University of Manchester (GB))
16/04/2015, 17:05
Danilo Piparo (CERN)
16/04/2015, 17:30
Track8: Performance increase and optimization exploiting hardware features
Dr. Andrea Bocci (CERN)
17/04/2015, 09:00
Track1: Online computing
Dr. Ivan Kisel (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))
17/04/2015, 09:25
Latchezar Betev (CERN)
17/04/2015, 09:50
Track3: Data store and access
Marco Clemencic (CERN)
17/04/2015, 10:45
Track4: Middleware, software development and tools, experiment frameworks, tools for distributed computing
Jose Flix Molina (Centro de Investigaciones Energ. Medioambientales y Tecn. - (ES)
17/04/2015, 11:10
Andre Sailer (CERN) , Andrew David Lahiff (STFC - Rutherford Appleton Lab. (GB)) , Anna Elizabeth Woodard (University of Notre Dame (US)) , Aram Santogidis (CERN) , Christophe Haen (CERN) , Dai Kobayashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology (JP)) , Mr. Erekle Magradze (Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen (DE)) , Yuji Kato
17/04/2015, 11:35
Dr. Richard Philip Mount (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))
17/04/2015, 12:30
Hiroshi Sakamoto (University of Tokyo (JP))
17/04/2015, 12:50
Dr. Maria Grazia Pia (Universita e INFN (IT)) , Peter Steinbach (MPI-CBG) , Stefan Kluth (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik (Werner-Heisenberg-Institut) (D) , Dr. Thomas Schoerner-Sadenius (DESY) , Thomas Velz (Universitaet Bonn (DE))
Track4: Middleware, software development and tools, experiment frameworks, tools for distributed computing
poster presentation
The ability to judge, use and develop code efficiently and successfully is a key ingredient in modern particle physics. Software design plays a fundamental role in the software development process and is instrumental to many critical aspects in the life-cycle of an experiment: the transparency of software design enables the validation of physics results, contributes to the effective use of...
Dr. Alexey Poyda (NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTRE "KURCHATOV INSTITUTE") , Eygene Ryabinkin (National Research Centre Kurchatov Institute (RU); Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology, Applied computational geophysics lab) , Dr. Ruslan Mashinistov (NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTRE "KURCHATOV INSTITUTE"; P.N. Lebedev Institute of Physics (Russian Academy of Sciences))
Track8: Performance increase and optimization exploiting hardware features
poster presentation
During LHC Run1 ATLAS and ALICE produced more than 30 Petabytes of data, That rate outstripped any other scientific effort going on, even in data-rich fields such as genomics and climate science. To address an unprecedented multi-petabyte data processing challenge, the experiments are relying on the computational grid infrastructure deployed by the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG). LHC...