12-16 April 2010
Uppsala University
Europe/Stockholm timezone


Computer Science

Apr 14, 2010, 11:00 AM
Uppsala University

Uppsala University


For the first time, an EGEE User Forum will feature a general Computer Science session. Indeed, many contributions come from Computer scientists that exploit the grid to run large-scale computations, for Machine Learning, Optimization, Game theory, and Complex networks. Phenomenology of the algorithms, theoretical results based on large experiments, and inter-disciplinary applications will be described, at various levels form mature tools to research-focused work. The Grid Observatory Cluster of EGEE-III will also present recent advances in exploration and analysis tools that are oriented towards the scientific view of grids. The session will be an opportunity to:

  • promote interaction amongst the computer science research community using or analyzing the grid, which is grounded on the above-mentioned scientific areas;
  • demonstrate examples of experimental work on grid analysis and optimization.
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