Workshop on data analysis in large-scale research: comparing experiences in physics and biology

31-3-004 - IT Amphitheatre (CERN)

31-3-004 - IT Amphitheatre


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CERN openlab is organising this workshop as part of its ongoing knowledge-sharing activities with research communities beyond high-energy physics (HEP). The workshop will be a forum to share experience, challenges, and tools between the HEP and systems biology communities.

The event will focus in particular on technologies and approaches related to data-driven research, such as data analytics, machine learning, and distributed platforms for sharing, reproduction, etc. In addition to research, we will also discuss the role such technologies and approaches can play in education.

The morning is open to all; it will feature invited speakers from both the HEP and systems biology communities. The afternoon will be dedicated to identifying common objectives and opportunities for collaboration between the HEP and systems biology communities.

If you would like to attend the open sessions of the workshop in the morning, please register using the link on the left.

  • Ahmad Hesam
  • Aikaterini Georgountzou
  • Alberto Di Meglio
  • Alberto Pace
  • Alfonso Juan Portabales Gonzalez
  • Alfredo Cesario
  • Andria Arisal
  • Antonio del Sol
  • Artur Zygadlo
  • Bertrand De Meulder
  • Charles AUFFRAY
  • Daniel Lanza Garcia
  • Derek Yach
  • Diego Rodriguez Rodriguez
  • Enrico Bocchi
  • Eric Grancher
  • Farhad Riahi
  • Fatima Najeh
  • Filippo Galli
  • Florentia Protopsalti
  • Fons Rademakers
  • Georgios Alexandropoulos
  • gorka bravo
  • Hans Falk Hoffmann
  • Iago Santos
  • Jacqui Beckmann
  • Jakub Moscicki
  • Jennifer Goldman
  • Josep Roca
  • Konstantinos Samaras-Tsakiris
  • LOPEZ Jesus
  • Luca Canali
  • Lukas Breitwieser
  • Manuela Cirilli
  • Marco Manca
  • Maria Arsuaga Rios
  • Marion Devouassoux
  • Mark Baker
  • Massimo Lamanna
  • Mayank Sharma
  • Michael Sagner
  • Nick Ziogas
  • Nikolaos Petros Triantafyllidis
  • Prasanth Kothuri
  • Renaud Blaise Jolivet
  • Ricardo Rocha
  • Sorina Popescu
  • Taghi Aliyev
  • Tibor Simko
  • Tim Bell
  • Tristan Roberge-Mentec
  • Wioletta Kozlowska
  • Yolanda De La Hoz Simon
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    • 09:00 09:10
      Welcome 10m
    • 09:10 09:30
      CERN openlab: a Framework for Scientific Collaboration 20m
      Speaker: Dr Alberto Di Meglio (CERN)
    • 09:30 10:00
      Data Platforms and System Biology: Can Health be Modeled? 30m
      Speaker: Dr Michael Sagner (ESPREVMED)
    • 10:00 10:30
      Preserving and Reusing High-Energy Physics Data Analyses 30m
      Speaker: Tibor Simko (CERN)
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break 30m
    • 11:00 11:30
      Systems science for medicine; Synergy at the boundary between biology and physics 30m

      Medicine remains a qualitative discipline because we have not yet understood the fundamental physics governing biological systems. Current approaches have made huge headway, but lack cohesive frameworks capable of indexing and integrating detailed findings into quantitative frameworks assisting the promotion of health.

      In this lecture, I describe potential short-, intermediate-, and long-term projects, ending with a discussion of my current work on the biophysics of brain function.

      Speaker: Dr Jennifer Sarah Goldman (European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience (EITN))
    • 11:30 12:00
      SWAN (Service for Web based ANalysis), a platform to perform interactive data analysis in the cloud 30m
      Speaker: Diogo Castro (FCT Fundacao para a Ciencia e a Tecnologia (PT))
    • 12:00 14:00
      Lunch and Visit of CERN Data Centre 2h
    • 14:00 14:30
      Complex Systems - Applications and Implications in BioMedicine 30m
      Speaker: Dr Yaneer Bar-Yam (New England Complex Systems Institute)
    • 14:30 16:00
      Discussion on a possible action plan to define and build a distributed health baseline and how CERN can contribute 1h 30m

      1) Round table of expressions of interests and objectives
      2) Identifications of differences, similarities, shared goals
      3) Identification of common actions in support of shared goals

    • 16:00 16:30
      Conclusions and Next Steps 30m
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