During this event — which will take place over one and a half days — we will review the CERN openlab projects carried out in our fifth phase, with technical discussion of recent progress made.
The main focus of the workshop will be to look forward to our future collaboration in CERN openlab's sixth phase (2018-2020), with talks organised into sessions focused on (1) data centre technologies and infrastructures, (2) computing performance and software, (3) machine learning and data analytics. There will also be discussion of potential areas of collaboration across research domains.
Posters that will be presented:
Towards Physics Data Analysis and Data Reduction with Apache Spark ( Partner: Intel, presented by E. Motesnitsalis, L. Canali, V. Khristenko, J. Pivarski, M. Cremonesi, O. Gutche)
Intelligent Network Flow Steering (Partner: Extreme Networks, presented by Adam Krajewski)
A deep learning tool for fast simulation: Generative Adversarial Networks in Neon (Partner Intel, presented by F. Carminati, G. Khattak, S.Vallecorsa (CERN) A. Zanetti (Intel) )
Data analytics reporting tool for CERN SCADA systems (partner Siemens, presented by P. J. Seweryn, M. Gonzalez-Berges, J. B. Schofield, F. M. Tilaro)
Future Archiver for CERN SCADA Systems (Partner Siemens, presented by P. Golonka, M. Gonzalez-Berges, J. Guzik, R. Kulaga)
Oracle Cloud as test extension of CERN Tier-0 (Partner Oracle, presented by Katarzyna Dziedziniewicz , Eva Dafonte Perez, Ana Lameiro Fernandez)
WebLogic on Kubernetes (Partner Oracle, presented by Antonio Nappi, Luis Rodriguez Fernandez)
BioDynaMo: Biological Simulations (Partner Intel, Newcastle University, Innopolis University, Kazan Federal University, presented by Lukas Breitwieser, Ahmad Hesam, Roman Bauer)