3rd ATTRACT TWD Symposium in Detection and Imaging (Tripolis)

from Wednesday, 31 May 2017 (12:00) to Thursday, 1 June 2017 (18:55)
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        : Breaks
31 May 2017
1 Jun 2017
AM
09:30 --- Morning coffee ---
10:00 Keynote Talk - Where is the so-called “plenty of room at the bottom”? - Pablo Garcia Tello (CERN)   ()
10:40 Presentation 3 - Integrated control and data acquisition systems - Enrico Gamberini (CERN)   ()
11:00 --- Coffee/Bruch Break ---
11:30 Presentation 4 - Silicon Photonic Data Transmission for Detector Instrumentation - Marc Schneider (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
11:45 Presentation 5 - Intelligent Decision Support System for Environmental Risk Management - Dr Kostas Peppas (University of Peloponnese)   ()
PM
13:00 --- Registration, Coffee ---
14:00 Welcome Welcome (Professor Konstantinos Masselos, Rector of the University of Peloponnese)   ()
14:20 Keynote Talk - implications of the advances in detector and imaging technology for generating scientific ‘Big Data’ - Prof. Tony Hey (RAL)   ()
15:05 Introduction - What is ATTRACT? - Sergio Bertolucci (Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare Frascati (IT))   ()
15:45 Presentation 1 - Node-X: A networked architecture for energy efficient high performance computing and data acquisition - Konstantinos Masselos (University of Peloponnese)   ()
16:00 Presentation 2 - Modular data acquisition systems centred on commercial networks and compute nodes - Giovanna Lehmann Miotto (CERN)   ()
16:15 --- Coffee Break ---
16:45 Keynote talk - Bright future for Hybrid Pixel Detectors - Dr Christian Broennimann (Dectris)   ()
17:25 Summary conclusions of Day 1 - Michael Krisch (ESRF)   ()
18:00 --- Alternative Guided Tour of the Archaeological Museum of Tripolis ---
19:30 --- Dinner ---
12:00 Presentation 6 - Crowd-Dx(TM): Using crowd-sourced data analytics to elucidate trends in healthcare, wellness and disease - David Sarphie (Bio Nano Consulting)   ()
12:15 Presentation 7 - quAffirm-GPS™: Developing a network of smart sensors & data analytic strategies to address a global environmental issue: excessive arsenic in drinking water - David Sarphie (Bio Nano Consulting)   ()
12:30 --- End of Workshop ---
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