Symposium of the Center for Network and Storage Enabled Collaborative Computational Science

from Thursday, May 18, 2017 (1:00 PM) to Friday, May 19, 2017 (5:15 PM)
University of Michigan (North Quad room 2435)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
May 18, 2017
May 19, 2017
AM
8:15 AM --- Light breakfast, coffee ---
9:00 AM
Science Use Cases -Dr Mariana Carrasco-Teja (University of Michigan) (until 9:30 AM) (North Quad room 2435)
9:00 AM Storage challenges in ocean modeling - Prof. Brian Arbic (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
9:30 AM
Complementary Technology Solutions -Dr Sharon Broude Geva (University of Michigan) (until 10:00 AM) (North Quad room 2435)
9:30 AM Data Ingestion at Scale - Jeffrey Sica (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
10:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:30 AM
Complementary Technology Solutions -Dr Sharon Broude Geva (University of Michigan) (until 11:30 AM) (North Quad room 2435)
10:30 AM Bootstrapping Big Data with Spark SQL and Data Frames - Brock Palen   (North Quad room 2435)
11:00 AM Highly scalable metadata management with signac - Carl S. Adorf (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
11:30 AM --- Lunch ---
PM
1:00 PM
Welcome and Overview - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US)) (until 1:45 PM) (North Quad room 2435)
1:00 PM Symposium Logistics - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))   (North Quad room 2435)
1:10 PM Welcome Address - Prof. Eric Michielssen (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
1:30 PM Symposium and CNSECCS Overview - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))   (North Quad room 2435)
1:45 PM
Related Projects -Prof. Krishna Garikipati (University of Michigan) (until 3:15 PM) (North Quad room 2435)
1:45 PM ConFlux: An Ecosystem for Data-enabled Computational Physics - Prof. Karthik Duraisamy (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
2:15 PM OSiRIS: Targeting the Multi-science, Multi-institutional Collaborative Data Challenge - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))   (North Quad room 2435)
2:45 PM The NESE Project - Prof. Saul Youssef (Boston University)   (North Quad room 2435)
3:15 PM --- Coffee, Snacks and Discussions ---
4:00 PM
Science Use Cases -Prof. Richard Gonzalez (University of Michigan) (until 5:00 PM) (North Quad room 2435)
4:00 PM Neural Interfaces for Controlling Finger Movements - Prof. Cynthia Chestek (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
4:30 PM Brain-Life: Engaging neuroscience workforce in big data and reproducible research. - Prof. Franco Pestili (Indiana University)   (North Quad room 2435)
5:00 PM --- Social Dinner ---
1:00 PM
Funding Agency Perspectives - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US)) (until 2:30 PM) (North Quad room 2435)
1:00 PM Workflow Science: Moving from tool generation to Discovery - Mr Richard Carlson (DOE Office of Science)   (North Quad room 2435)
1:30 PM Big Data – view from National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health - Dr Nina Silverberg (National Institutes of Health)   (North Quad room 2435)
2:00 PM Data in the Research Cyberinfrastructure Ecosystem - Amy Friedlander (National Science Foundation)   (North Quad room 2435)
2:30 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:00 PM
Science Use Cases -Prof. Brian Arbic (University of Michigan) (until 4:30 PM) (North Quad room 2435)
3:00 PM Revealing and examining the tempestuous Global Ocean through a multi-petabyte virtual ocean archive. - Chris Hill (MIT)   (North Quad room 2435)
3:30 PM Experiences Sharing Data and Models from a Multi-Institutional Cancer Modeling Consortium - Dr Rafael Meza (University of Michigan)   (North Quad room 2435)
4:00 PM Slow wave sleep oscillations coordinate neural ensembles during memory consolidation. - Dr Sara Aton   (North Quad room 2435)
4:30 PM
Discussion and Wrap-up (until 5:00 PM) (North Quad room 2435)