24th International Conference on Computing in High Energy & Nuclear Physics

from Monday, November 4, 2019 (8:00 AM) to Friday, November 8, 2019 (1:00 PM)
Adelaide Convention Centre

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Nov 4, 2019
Nov 5, 2019
Nov 6, 2019
Nov 7, 2019
Nov 8, 2019
AM
8:00 AM --- Registration ---
9:00 AM
Plenary - Simone Campana (CERN) (until 10:30 AM) (Hall G)
9:00 AM Welcome   (Hall G)
9:30 AM Collaborative computing needs for DUNE - Heidi Marie Schellman (Oregon State University (US))   (Hall G)
10:00 AM Belle II - David Dossett (University of Melbourne)   (Hall G)
10:30 AM --- Break ---
11:00 AM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Chunhua Li (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R5)
11:00 AM A novel centralized slow control and board management solution for ATCA blades based on the Zynq Ultrascale+ System-on-Chip - Oliver Sander (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Riverbank R5)
11:15 AM DAQling: an open source data acquisition framework - Enrico Gamberini (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
11:30 AM DUNE DAQ R&D integration in ProtoDUNE Single-Phase at CERN - Roland Sipos (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
11:45 AM FELIX: commissioning the new detector interface for the ATLAS trigger and readout system - William Panduro Vazquez (Royal Holloway, University of London)   (Riverbank R5)
12:00 PM Integration of custom DAQ Electronics in a SCADA Framework - Luis Granado Cardoso (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
12:15 PM Zero-deadtime processing in beta spectroscopy for measurement of the non-zero neutrino mass - Benjamin LaRoque   (Riverbank R5)
11:00 AM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Teng Jian Khoo (Universite de Geneve (CH)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R6)
11:00 AM A Graph Neural Network Approach for Neutrino Signal Reconstruction from LarTPC Raw Data - Federico Carminati (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
11:15 AM Particle Reconstruction with Graph Networks for irregular detector geometries - Maurizio Pierini (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
11:30 AM Interaction networks for jet characterisation at the LHC - Jean-Roch Vlimant (California Institute of Technology (US))   (Riverbank R6)
11:45 AM A deep neural network method for analyzing the CMS High Granularity Calorimeter (HGCAL) events - Gilles Grasseau (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   (Riverbank R6)
12:00 PM GRAAL: A novel package to reconstruct data of triple-GEM detectors - Riccardo Farinelli (Universita e INFN, Ferrara (IT))   (Riverbank R6)
12:15 PM Particle identification algorithms for the Panda Barrel DIRC - Dr Roman Dzhygadlo (GSI - Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH (DE))   (Riverbank R6)
11:00 AM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - Catherine Biscarat (L2I Toulouse, IN2P3/CNRS (FR)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R3)
11:00 AM The DIRAC interware: current, upcoming and planned capabilities and technologies - Federico Stagni (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
11:15 AM Automated and Distributed Monte Carlo Generation for GlueX - Thomas Britton (JLab)   (Riverbank R3)
11:30 AM Production processing and workflow management software evaluation in the DUNE collaboration - Dr Kenneth Richard Herner (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R3)
11:45 AM Evolution of the CMS Global Submission Infrastructure for the HL-LHC Era - Antonio Perez-Calero Yzquierdo (Centro de Investigaciones Energéti cas Medioambientales y Tecno)   (Riverbank R3)
12:00 PM Efficient Iterative Calibration on the Grid using iLCDirac - Andre Sailer (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
12:15 PM New developments in cost modeling for the LHC computing - Andrea Sciabà (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
11:00 AM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Xavier Espinal (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R8)
11:00 AM ServiceX – A Distributed, Caching, Columnar Data Delivery Service - Benjamin Galewsky   (Riverbank R8)
11:15 AM OSiRIS: A Distributed Storage and Networking Project Update - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))   (Riverbank R8)
11:30 AM Distributed data management on Belle II - Siarhei Padolski (BNL)   (Riverbank R8)
11:45 AM Jiskefet, a bookkeeping application for ALICE - Marten Teitsma (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (NL))   (Riverbank R8)
12:00 PM Development of the JUNO Conditions Data Management System - Prof. Xingtao Huang (Shandong University)   (Riverbank R8)
12:15 PM Evaluation of the ATLAS model for remote access to database resident information for LHC Run 3 - Elizabeth Gallas (University of Oxford (GB))   (Riverbank R8)
11:00 AM
Track 5 – Software Development -Dr Martin Ritter (LMU / Cluster Universe) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R2)
11:00 AM A software framework for FCC studies: status and plans - Gerardo Ganis (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
11:15 AM LArSoft and Future Framework Directions at Fermilab - Christopher Jones (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R2)
11:30 AM ALFA: A framework for building distributed applications - Mohammad Al-Turany (GSI - Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH (DE))   (Riverbank R2)
11:45 AM Using OpenMP for HEP Framework Algorithm Scheduling - Christopher Jones (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R2)
12:00 PM Configuration and scheduling of the LHCb trigger application - Niklas Nolte (CERN / Technische Universitaet Dortmund (DE))   (Riverbank R2)
12:15 PM Allen: A software framework for the GPU High Level Trigger 1 of LHCb - Daniel Hugo Campora Perez (Universidad de Sevilla (ES))   (Riverbank R2)
11:00 AM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Ross Young (University of Adelaide) (until 12:30 PM) (Hall G)
11:00 AM zfit: scalable pythonic fitting - Jonas Eschle (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))   (Hall G)
11:15 AM Machine Learning with ROOT/TMVA - Stefan Wunsch (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Hall G)
11:30 AM Evolution of web-based analysis for Machine Learning and LHC Experiments: power of integrating storage, interactivity and collaboration with JupyterLab in SWAN - Jakub Moscicki (CERN)   (Hall G)
11:45 AM The F.A.S.T. toolset: Using YAML to make tables out of trees - Benjamin Krikler (University of Bristol (GB))   (Hall G)
12:00 PM High-dimensional data visualisation with the grand tour - Ursula Laa (Monash University)   (Hall G)
12:15 PM Faster RooFitting: Automated Parallel Computation of Collaborative Statistical Models - Dr Carsten Daniel Burgard (Nikhef National institute for subatomic physics (NL))   (Hall G)
11:00 AM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Oksana Shadura (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R7)
11:00 AM Machine Learning-based Anomaly Detection of Ganglia Monitoring data in HEP Data Center - juan chen (IHEP) Ms Juan Chen (IHEP)   (Riverbank R7)
11:15 AM Anomaly detection using Unsupervised Machine Learning for Grid computing site operation - Tomoe Kishimoto (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Riverbank R7)
11:30 AM Using HEP experiment workflows for the benchmarking and accounting of computing resources - Andrea Valassi (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
11:45 AM WLCG Networks: Update on Monitoring and Analytics - Pedro Andrade (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
12:00 PM WLCG Dashboards with Unified Monitoring - Pedro Andrade (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
12:15 PM Large Elasticsearch cluster management - Pablo Saiz (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
11:00 AM
Track 8 – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Tibor Simko (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R1)
11:00 AM Challenges and opportunities when migrating CERN e-mail system to open source - Pawel Grzywaczewski (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
11:15 AM Experience finding MS Project Alternatives at CERN - Maria Alandes Pradillo (CERN) Sebastian Bukowiec (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
11:30 AM eXtreme monitoring: CERN video conference system and audio-visual IoT device infrastructure - Ruben Domingo Gaspar Aparicio (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
11:45 AM Development of a Versatile, Full-Featured Search Functionality for Indico - Penelope Constanta (Fermilab)   (Riverbank R1)
12:00 PM Evolution of the CERNBox platform to support collaborative applications and MALT - Hugo Gonzalez Labrador (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
12:15 PM Operating the Belle II Collaborative Services and Tools - Thomas Kuhr (Ludwig Maximilians Universitat (DE))   (Riverbank R1)
11:00 AM
Track 9 – Exascale Science - Fabio Hernandez (IN2P3 / CNRS computing centre) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R4)
11:00 AM Extension of the INFN Tier-1 on a HPC system - Tommaso Boccali (Universita & INFN Pisa (IT))   (Riverbank R4)
11:15 AM Large-scale HPC deployment of Scalable CyberInfrastructure for Artificial Intelligence and Likelihood Free Inference (SCAILFIN) - Mike Hildreth (University of Notre Dame (US))   (Riverbank R4)
11:30 AM EuroEXA: an innovative and scalable FPGA-based system for extreme scale computing in Europe - Piero Vicini (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   (Riverbank R4)
11:45 AM Using HEP workloads to optimize requirements for procurement of a future HPC facility - Roel Aaij (Nikhef National institute for subatomic physics (NL))   (Riverbank R4)
12:00 PM Deep Learning for HEP on HPC at NERSC - Steven Farrell (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (US))   (Riverbank R4)
9:00 AM
Plenary - Xiaomei Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN)) (until 10:30 AM) (Hall G)
9:00 AM Real-time data analysis model at the LHC and connections to other experiments / fields - Arantza De Oyanguren Campos (Univ. of Valencia and CSIC (ES))   (Hall G)
9:30 AM ALICE continuous readout and data reduction strategy for Run3 - Ruben Shahoyan (CERN)   (Hall G)
10:00 AM Future of software and computing in the scope of the European Strategy for Particle Physics - Xinchou Lou (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))   (Hall G)
10:30 AM --- Break ---
11:00 AM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Steven Schramm (Universite de Geneve (CH)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R5)
11:00 AM Assessment of the ALICE O2 readout servers - Filippo Costa (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
11:15 AM CMS Event-Builder Performance on State-of-the-Art Hardware - Remi Mommsen (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R5)
11:30 AM Results from the CBM mini-FLES Online Computing Cluster Demonstrator - Jan de Cuveland (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))   (Riverbank R5)
11:45 AM Performance of Belle II High Level Trigger in the First Physics Run - Prof. Ryosuke Itoh (KEK)   (Riverbank R5)
12:00 PM Design of the data distribution network for the ALICE Online-Offline (O2) facility - Gvozden Neskovic (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))   (Riverbank R5)
12:15 PM Network simulation of a 40 MHz event building system for the LHCb experiment - Flavio Pisani (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Riverbank R5)
11:00 AM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Chris Pinkenburg (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R6)
11:00 AM Geant4 electromagnetic physics progress - Ivana Hrivnacova (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   (Riverbank R6)
11:15 AM Dealing with High Background Rates in Simulations of the STAR Heavy Flavor Tracker - Jason Webb (Brookhaven National Lab)   (Riverbank R6)
11:30 AM A VecGeom navigator plugin for Geant4 - Sandro Christian Wenzel (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
11:45 AM Integration and Performance of New Technologies in the CMS Simulation - Kevin Pedro (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R6)
12:00 PM Status of JUNO simulation software - Dr Ziyan Deng (Institute of High Energy Physics)   (Riverbank R6)
12:15 PM System simulations for the ALICE ITS detector upgrade - Simon Voigt Nesbo (Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (NO))   (Riverbank R6)
11:00 AM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - James Letts (Univ. of California San Diego (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R3)
11:00 AM Harnessing the power of supercomputers using the PanDA Pilot 2 in the ATLAS Experiment - Paul Nilsson (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R3)
11:15 AM IceProd Supercomputer Mode: How IceCube Production Runs on Firewalled Clusters - David Schultz (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Riverbank R3)
11:30 AM Scheduling, deploying and monitoring 100 million tasks - Prof. Andreas Wicenec (International Centre of Radio Astronomy Research)   (Riverbank R3)
11:45 AM Managing the ATLAS Grid through Harvester - Fernando Harald Barreiro Megino (University of Texas at Arlington)   (Riverbank R3)
12:00 PM Nordugrid ARC cache: Efficiency gains on HPC and cloud resources - Maiken Pedersen (University of Oslo (NO))   (Riverbank R3)
12:15 PM Reusing distributed computing software and patterns for midscale collaborative science - Benedikt Riedel (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Benedikt Riedel (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Riverbank R3)
11:00 AM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Tigran Mkrtchyan (DESY) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R8)
11:00 AM Modernizing Third-Party-Copy Transfers in WLCG - Alessandra Forti (University of Manchester (GB))   (Riverbank R8)
11:15 AM Third-party transfers in WLCG using HTTP - Brian Paul Bockelman (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US))   (Riverbank R8)
11:30 AM Xrootd Third Party Copy for the WLCG and HL-LHC - Wei Yang (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R8)
11:45 AM Quality of Service (QoS) for cost-effective storage and improved performance - Mario Lassnig (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
12:00 PM A distributed R&D storage platform implementing quality of service - Patrick Fuhrmann   (Riverbank R8)
12:15 PM The Quest to solve the HL-LHC data access puzzle. The first year of the DOMA ACCESS Working Group. - Xavier Espinal (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
11:00 AM
Track 5 – Software Development -Dr Felice Pantaleo (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R2)
11:00 AM GNA — high performance fitting for neutrino experiments - Dr Maxim Gonchar (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   (Riverbank R2)
11:15 AM NUMA-aware workflow management system - Vardan Gyurjyan (Jefferson Lab)   (Riverbank R2)
11:30 AM Heterogeneous data-processing optimization with CLARA’s adaptive workload orchestration - Vardan Gyurjyan (Jefferson Lab)   (Riverbank R2)
11:45 AM Design Pattern for Analysis Automation on Interchangeable, Distributed Resources using Luigi Analysis Workflows - Marcel Rieger (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
12:00 PM Raythena: a vertically integrated scheduler for ATLAS applications on heterogeneous distributed resources - Miha Muskinja (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R2)
12:15 PM Computational workflow of the LZ dark matter detection experiment at NERSC - Dr Venkitesh Ayyar (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)   (Riverbank R2)
11:00 AM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Maurizio Pierini (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (Hall G)
11:00 AM Using Analysis Declarative Languages for the HL-LHC - Gordon Watts (University of Washington (US))   (Hall G)
11:15 AM Evolution of the ATLAS analysis model for Run-3 and prospects for HL-LHC - Johannes Elmsheuser (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Hall G)
11:30 AM Extreme compression for Large Scale Data store - Gene Van Buren (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Hall G)
11:45 AM Data Analysis using ALICE Run3 Framework - Giulio Eulisse (CERN)   (Hall G)
12:00 PM The Scikit-HEP project - overview and prospects - Eduardo Rodrigues (University of Cincinnati (US))   (Hall G)
12:15 PM COFFEA - Columnar Object Framework For Effective Analysis - Nick Smith (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Hall G)
11:00 AM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Oksana Shadura (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R7)
11:00 AM Real-time HEP analysis with funcX, a high-performance platform for function as a service - Dr Anna Elizabeth Woodard (University of Chicago)   (Riverbank R7)
11:15 AM Trends in computing technologies and markets - Shigeki Misawa (BNL)   (Riverbank R7)
11:30 AM Integrating Interactive Jupyter Notebooks at the SDCC - Ofer Rind   (Riverbank R7)
11:45 AM The SIMPLE Framework for deploying containerized grid services - Julia Andreeva (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
12:00 PM Towards a NoOps Model for WLCG - Robert William Gardner Jr (University of Chicago (US))   (Riverbank R7)
12:15 PM The NOTED software tool-set enables improved exploitation of WAN bandwidth for Rucio data transfers via FTS - Tony Cass (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
11:00 AM
Track 8 – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Marzena Lapka (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R1)
11:00 AM The International Particle Physics Outreach Group - Reaching Across the Globe with Science - Steven Goldfarb (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Riverbank R1)
11:15 AM Belle2VR: An Interactive Virtual Reality Visualization of GEANT4 Event Histories - Leo Piilonen (Virginia Tech)   (Riverbank R1)
11:30 AM The CMS DAQ pinball machine - Hannes Sakulin (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
11:45 AM Engaging the youth in programming and physics through an online educational activity - Marzena Lapka (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
12:00 PM Fluidic Data: When Art Meets CERN, Data Flows - Julien Leduc (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
12:15 PM Public Engagement - More than just fun - Mr Greg Corbett (STFC)   (Riverbank R1)
11:00 AM
Track 9 – Exascale Science - Steven Farrell (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R4)
11:00 AM MPI-based tools for large-scale training and optimization at HPC sites - Vladimir Loncar (University of Belgrade (RS))   (Riverbank R4)
11:15 AM Migrating Engineering Windows HPC applications to Linux HTCondor and SLURM Clusters - Maria Alandes Pradillo (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
11:30 AM Geant Exascale Pilot Project - Elizabeth Sexton-Kennedy (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R4)
11:45 AM Covariance Matrix Acceleration on a Hybrid FPGA/CPU Platform - Lukas On Arnold (Columbia University)   (Riverbank R4)
12:00 PM 3D Generative Adversarial Networks inference implementation on FPGAs - Federico Carminati (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
9:00 AM
Plenary - Caterina Doglioni (Lund University (SE)) (until 10:30 AM) (Hall G)
9:00 AM Meeting the challenge of JUNO simulation with Opticks GPU Optical Photon Acceleration - Simon Blyth   (Hall G)
9:30 AM Physics performance and event throughput of the GPU High Level Trigger 1 of LHCb - Dorothea Vom Bruch (LPNHE Paris, CNRS)   (Hall G)
10:00 AM HPC+AI: Accelerating scientific computing for the Exascale era - Jeff Adie (NVIDIA)   (Hall G)
10:30 AM --- Break ---
10:50 AM
Plenary - Paul Douglas Jackson (University of Adelaide) (until 11:50 AM) (Hall G)
10:50 AM HPC systems in the next decade - what to expect, when, where - Dirk Pleiter (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)   (Hall G)
11:20 AM Reperforming a Nobel Prize discovery on Kubernetes - Ricardo Brito Da Rocha (CERN) Lukas Alexander Heinrich (CERN)   (Hall G)
11:50 AM --- Lunch ---
9:00 AM
Plenary - Patrick Fuhrmann (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE)) (until 10:30 AM) (Hall G)
9:00 AM Quantum computing and information - Lloyd Hollenberg (University of Melbourne)   (Hall G)
9:30 AM Tackling modern cyberthreats together 
is the only way forward - Romain Wartel (CERN)   (Hall G)
10:00 AM Gravitational wave astrophysics computing - Paul Lasky (Monash University)   (Hall G)
10:30 AM --- Break ---
11:00 AM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Jennifer Ngadiuba (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R5)
11:00 AM Heterogeneous online reconstruction at CMS - Dr Andrea Bocci (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
11:15 AM Level-1 track finding with an all-FPGA system at CMS for the HL-LHC - Thomas Owen James (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
11:30 AM Fast and resource-efficient Deep NN on FPGAs for the Phase-II L0 Muon Barrel Trigger of the ATLAS Experiment - Stefano Giagu (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   (Riverbank R5)
11:45 AM Fast inference using FPGAs for DUNE data reconstruction - Manuel Jesus Rodriguez Alonso (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
12:00 PM Highly Performant, Deep Neural Networks with sub-microsecond latency on FPGAs for Trigger Applications - Christian Schmitt (Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz (DE))   (Riverbank R5)
12:15 PM hls4ml: deploying deep learning on FPGAs for L1 trigger and Data Acquisition - Vladimir Loncar (University of Belgrade (RS))   (Riverbank R5)
11:00 AM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Paul James Laycock (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R6)
11:00 AM GPU Application in JUNO - Dr Wuming Luo (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS)   (Riverbank R6)
11:15 AM Reconstruction for Liquid Argon TPC Neutrino Detectors Using Parallel Architectures - Giuseppe Cerati (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R6)
11:30 AM Similarity Hashing and Learning for Tracks Reconstruction - Sabrina Amrouche (Université de Geneve (CH))   (Riverbank R6)
11:45 AM Mikado approach for the TrackML Particle Tracking Challenge - Sergey Gorbunov (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))   (Riverbank R6)
12:00 PM Reconstruction of Charged Particle Tracks in Realistic Detector Geometry Using a Vectorized and Parallelized Kalman Filter Algorithm - Giuseppe Cerati (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R6)
12:15 PM Edepillim: A New Muon Energy Reconstruction Method - Dr Sally Robertson (University of California Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)   (Riverbank R6)
11:00 AM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - James Letts (Univ. of California San Diego (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R3)
11:00 AM DIRACOS: a cross platform solution for grid tools - Christophe Haen (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
11:15 AM CERN's Identity and Access Management, a journey to Open Source - Hannah Short (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
11:30 AM Beyond X.509: token-based authentication and authorization in practice - Andrea Ceccanti (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Riverbank R3)
11:45 AM Distributing User Code with the CernVM FileSystem - Kenneth Richard Herner (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R3)
12:00 PM GOCDB - new communities, new requirements, new architecture - Greg Corbett (STFC)   (Riverbank R3)
12:15 PM Migrating INFN-T1 from CREAM-CE/LSF to HTCondor-CE/HTCondor - Stefano Dal Pra (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Riverbank R3)
11:00 AM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Brian Paul Bockelman (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R8)
11:00 AM dCache - keeping up with the evolution of science - Mr Tigran Mkrtchyan (DESY)   (Riverbank R8)
11:15 AM Disk Pool Manager(DPM): From DOME to LHC Run-3 - Francesco Giovanni Sciacca (Universitaet Bern (CH))   (Riverbank R8)
11:30 AM CDFS: A high-efficiency Data Access System for Storage Federations - Shiyuan Fu (Institute of High Energy Physics,Chinese Academy of Sciences) Shiyuan Fu   (Riverbank R8)
11:45 AM CERN Tape Archive: production status, migration from CASTOR and new features - Eric Cano (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
12:00 PM Seeking an alternative to tape-based custodial storage - Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR))   (Riverbank R8)
12:15 PM CERN Disk Storage Services: report from last data taking, evolution and future outlook towards Exabyte-scale storage - Luca Mascetti (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
11:00 AM
Track 5 – Software Development - Mihaela Gheata (Institute of Space Science (RO)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R2)
11:00 AM New web-based ROOT GUI - Serguei Linev (GSI - Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH (DE))   (Riverbank R2)
11:15 AM Recent developments in histogram libraries - Henry Fredrick Schreiner (University of Cincinnati (US))   (Riverbank R2)
11:30 AM C++ Modules in ROOT and Beyond - Oksana Shadura (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US))   (Riverbank R2)
11:45 AM PODIO: recent developments in the Plain Old Data EDM toolkit - Frank-Dieter Gaede (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Riverbank R2)
12:00 PM Web-based ROOT geometry viewer - Serguei Linev (GSI - Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH (DE))   (Riverbank R2)
12:15 PM mesh2gdml: Importing CAD and meshed geometries into Geant4 - Norman Anthony Graf (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R2)
11:00 AM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Martin White (University of Adelaide (AU)) (until 12:30 PM) (Hall G)
11:00 AM Constraining effective field theories with machine learning - Alexander Held (University of British Columbia (CA))   (Hall G)
11:15 AM Monte Carlo methods for global QCD analysis of parton distributions - Dr Wally Melnitchouk (Jefferson Lab)   (Hall G)
11:30 AM PhaseTracer: finding cosmological phases and calculating transition properties - Yang Zhang   (Hall G)
11:45 AM The CMS approach to analysis preservation - Lara Lloret Iglesias (CSIC - Consejo Sup. de Investig. Cientif. (ES))   (Hall G)
12:00 PM Likelihood preservation and statistical reproduction of searches for new physics - Matthew Feickert (Southern Methodist University (US))   (Hall G)
12:15 PM CERN analysis preservation and reuse framework: FAIR research data services for LHC experiments - Pamfilos Fokianos (CERN)   (Hall G)
11:00 AM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Christoph Wissing (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE)) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R7)
11:00 AM Evolution of the LHAASO Distributed Computing System based Cloud - Dr Qiulan Huang (Institute of High Energy of Physics,CAS)   (Riverbank R7)
11:15 AM VIRGO and Gravitational Waves computing in Europe - Dr Stefano Bagnasco (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Torino)   (Riverbank R7)
11:30 AM online computing for new generation photon science experiments - Mr Martin Gasthuber (DESY)   (Riverbank R7)
11:45 AM High-availability on-site deployment to heterogeneous architectures for Project 8 and ADMX - Benjamin LaRoque   (Riverbank R7)
12:00 PM IceCube Real-time Processing in AWS - Benedikt Riedel (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Benedikt Riedel (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Riverbank R7)
12:15 PM Designing a Federated Regional Centre for SKA Computing - Dr Richard Hughes-Jones (GEANT Association)   (Riverbank R7)
11:00 AM
Track 8 – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Ilya Komarov (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R4)
11:00 AM User documentation and training at Belle II - Ilya Komarov   (Riverbank R4)
11:15 AM An Institute for Scientific Software, connecting Applied Computing and Data Intensive Sciences - Stefan Roiser (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
11:30 AM Enabling HEP software development for the 2020s - a coherent vision for training - Peter Elmer (Princeton University (US))   (Riverbank R4)
11:45 AM Email-based threats - addressing the human factor - Sebastian Lopienski (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
12:00 PM New developments for ALICE MasterClasses and the new Particle Therapy MasterClass - Lukasz Kamil Graczykowski (Warsaw University of Technology (PL))   (Riverbank R4)
11:00 AM
Track 9 – Exascale Science - Fabio Hernandez (IN2P3 / CNRS computing centre) (until 12:30 PM) (Riverbank R1)
11:00 AM Exploiting network restricted compute resources with HTCondor: a CMS experiment experience - Jose Flix Molina (Centro de Investigaciones Energéti cas Medioambientales y Tecno)   (Riverbank R1)
11:15 AM Improvements in utilisation of the Czech national HPC center by ATLAS distributed computing - Michal Svatos (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ))   (Riverbank R1)
11:30 AM Large scale fine grain simulation workflows ("Jumbo Jobs") on HPC's by the ATLAS experiment - Doug Benjamin (Argonne National Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R1)
11:45 AM Physics Data Production on HPC: Experience to be efficiently running at scale - Michael Poat (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Riverbank R1)
12:00 PM Advancing physics simulation and analysis workflows from customized local clusters to Cori - the HPC optimized sub-million cores system at NERSC - Jan Balewski (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R1)
8:55 AM
Plenary - Graeme A Stewart (CERN) (until 10:30 AM) (Hall G)
8:55 AM Introduction to the Track Highlights - Graeme A Stewart (CERN)   (Hall G)
9:00 AM Track 1 Highlights – Online and Real-time Computing - Steven Schramm (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Hall G)
9:15 AM Track 2 Highlights – Offline Computing - Paul James Laycock (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Hall G)
9:30 AM Track 3 Highlights – Middleware and Distributed Computing - Tomoe Kishimoto (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Hall G)
9:45 AM Track 4 Highlights – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Tigran Mkrtchyan (Ruprecht Karls Universitaet Heidelberg (DE)) Tigran Mkrtchyan (DESY)   (Hall G)
10:00 AM Track 5 Highlights – Software Development - Martin Ritter (LMU / Cluster Universe)   (Hall G)
10:15 AM Track 6 Highlights – Physics Analysis - Phiala Shanahan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (Hall G)
10:30 AM --- Break ---
11:00 AM
Plenary - Waseem Kamleh (University of Adelaide) (until 12:30 PM) (Hall G)
11:00 AM Track 7 Highlights – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Christoph Wissing (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Hall G)
11:15 AM Track 8 Highlights – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Marzena Lapka (CERN)   (Hall G)
11:30 AM Track 9 Highlights – Exascale Science - Wei Yang (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Hall G)
11:45 AM Track X Highlights – Crossover sessions from online, offline and exascale - Teng Jian Khoo (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Hall G)
11:55 AM CHEP 2021 - Amber Boehnlein (Jefferson Lab)   (Hall G)
12:15 PM Closing - Dr Waseem Kamleh (University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
PM
12:30 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Chunhua Li (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R5)
2:00 PM AliECS: a New Experiment Control System for the ALICE Experiment - Teo Mrnjavac (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
2:15 PM DAQExpert - the service to increase CMS data-taking efficiency - Maciej Szymon Gladki (University of Warsaw (PL))   (Riverbank R5)
2:30 PM ATLAS Operational Monitoring Data Archival and Visualization - Igor Soloviev (University of California Irvine (US))   (Riverbank R5)
2:45 PM Data quality monitors of vertex detectors at the start of the Belle II experiment - Peter Kodys (Charles University (CZ)) Peter Kodys (Charles University)   (Riverbank R5)
3:00 PM Scalable monitoring data processing for the LHCb software trigger - Stefano Petrucci (University of Edinburgh, CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
3:15 PM The ALICE data quality control system - Piotr Konopka (CERN, AGH University of Science and Technology (PL))   (Riverbank R5)
2:00 PM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Chiara Ilaria Rovelli (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R6)
2:00 PM Fast Simulations at LHCb - Adam Davis (University of Manchester (GB))   (Riverbank R6)
2:15 PM Fast simulation methods in ATLAS: from classical to generative models - Johnny Raine (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Riverbank R6)
2:30 PM Learning high-level structures in HEP data with novel Deep Auto-Regressive Networks for Fast Simulation - Ioana Ifrim (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
2:45 PM Particle shower simulation in high granularity calorimeters using 3 dimensional convolutional Generative Adversarial Networks - Ricardo Brito Da Rocha (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
3:00 PM Generative Adversarial Networks for LHCb Fast Simulation - Fedor Ratnikov (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU))   (Riverbank R6)
3:15 PM Generation of Belle II pixel detector background data with a GAN - Thomas Kuhr (Ludwig Maximilians Universitat (DE))   (Riverbank R6)
2:00 PM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - Stefan Roiser (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R3)
2:00 PM Lightweight site federation for CMS support - Antonio Delgado Peris (Centro de Investigaciones Energéti cas Medioambientales y Tecno)   (Riverbank R3)
2:15 PM Provision and use of GPU resources for distributed workloads via the Grid - Dr Daniel Peter Traynor (Queen Mary University of London (GB))   (Riverbank R3)
2:30 PM A Lightweight Job Submission Frontend and its Toolkits – HepJob - Xiaowei Jiang (IHEP(中国科学院高能物理研究所))   (Riverbank R3)
2:45 PM Dirac-based solutions for JUNO production system - Xiaomei Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))   (Riverbank R3)
3:00 PM Scalable processing for storage events and automation of scientific workflows - Michael Schuh (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY)   (Riverbank R3)
2:00 PM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Brian Paul Bockelman (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R8)
2:00 PM An Information Aggregation and Analytics System for ATLAS Frontier - Andrea Formica (Université Paris-Saclay (FR))   (Riverbank R8)
2:15 PM High Performance Data Format for CLAS12 - Dr Gagik Gavalian (Jefferson Lab)   (Riverbank R8)
2:30 PM XRootD 5.0.0: encryption and beyond - Andrew Bohdan Hanushevsky (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R8)
2:45 PM FTS improvements for LHC Run-3 and beyond - Edward Karavakis (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
3:00 PM XRootD and Object Store: A new paradigm - Katy Ellis (Science and Technology Facilities Council STFC (GB))   (Riverbank R8)
3:15 PM Using WLCG data management software to support other communities - Ian Collier (Science and Technology Facilities Council STFC (GB))   (Riverbank R8)
2:00 PM
Track 5 – Software Development -Dr Felice Pantaleo (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R2)
2:00 PM Concurrent data structures in the ATLAS offline software - Scott Snyder (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R2)
2:15 PM MarlinMT - parallelising the Marlin framework - Remi Ete (DESY)   (Riverbank R2)
2:30 PM Bringing heterogeneity to the CMS software framework - Oliver Gutsche (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R2)
2:45 PM Heterogeneous reconstruction: combining an ARM processor with a GPU - Andrea Bocci (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
3:00 PM GPU Usage in ATLAS Reconstruction and Analysis - Attila Krasznahorkay (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
3:15 PM GPU-based Offline Clustering Algorithm for the CMS High Granularity Calorimeter - Mr Ziheng Chen (Northwestern University)   (Riverbank R2)
2:00 PM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Maurizio Pierini (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Hall G)
2:00 PM Signal versus Background Interference in $H^+\to t\bar b$ Signals for MSSM Benchmark Scenarios - Riley Patrick (The University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
2:15 PM GAMBIT: The Global and Modular BSM Inference Tool - Pat Scott (The University of Queensland)   (Hall G)
2:30 PM Searching for dark matter signatures in 20 years of GPS atomic clock data - Benjamin Roberts (The University of Queensland)   (Hall G)
2:45 PM Exploring the new physics in 2HDM - Dr wei su (University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
3:00 PM Monte Carlo event generator with model-independent new physics effect for B->K(*)ll decays - Koji Hara (KEK)   (Hall G)
3:15 PM Ways of Seeing: Finding BSM physics at the LHC - Martin John White (University of Adelaide (AU))   (Hall G)
2:00 PM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Christoph Wissing (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R7)
2:00 PM The DODAS experience on EGI Federated Cloud - Daniele Spiga (Universita e INFN, Perugia (IT))   (Riverbank R7)
2:15 PM CloudScheduler V2: Distributed Cloud Computing in the 21st century - Randall Sobie (University of Victoria (CA))   (Riverbank R7)
2:30 PM Increasing interoperability for research clouds: CS3APIs for connecting sync&share storage, applications and science environments - Hugo Gonzalez Labrador (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
2:45 PM Pre-Commercial Procurement: R&D as a Service for the European Open Science Cloud - Marion Devouassoux (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
3:00 PM Dynamic integration of distributed, Cloud-based HPC and HTC resources using JSON Web Tokens and the INDIGO IAM Service - Stefano Dal Pra (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Riverbank R7)
3:15 PM Characterizing network paths in and out of the Clouds - Igor Sfiligoi (UCSD)   (Riverbank R7)
2:00 PM
Track 8 – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Marzena Lapka (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R1)
2:00 PM "Physics of Data", an innovative master programme in Physics - Marco Zanetti (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT))   (Riverbank R1)
2:15 PM Unplugged Computing for Children - Hannah Short (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
2:30 PM Delivering a machine learning course on HPC resources - Federica Legger (Universita e INFN Torino (IT))   (Riverbank R1)
2:45 PM The iTHEPHY project and its software platform: enhancing remote teacher-student collaboration - Gianluca Peco (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Riverbank R1)
3:00 PM International Particle Physics Masterclasses - Current development to expand scope and global reach - Farid Ould-Saada (University of Oslo (NO))   (Riverbank R1)
2:00 PM
Track 9 – Exascale Science - Wei Yang (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R4)
2:00 PM High Performance Computing for High Luminosity LHC - Maria Girone (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
2:15 PM CMS Strategy for HPC resource exploitation - Antonio Perez-Calero Yzquierdo (Centro de Investigaciones Energéti cas Medioambientales y Tecno)   (Riverbank R4)
2:30 PM Modeling of the CMS HL-LHC computing system - David Lange (Princeton University (US))   (Riverbank R4)
2:45 PM Integrating LHCb workflows on HPC resources: status and strategies - Federico Stagni (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
3:00 PM Enabling ATLAS big data processing on Piz Daint at CSCS - Francesco Giovanni Sciacca (Universitaet Bern (CH))   (Riverbank R4)
3:30 PM --- Break ---
4:00 PM
Plenary - James Zanotti (University of Adelaide) (until 6:10 PM) (Hall G)
4:00 PM Square Kilometer Array computing - from SDP to SRC - Minh Huynh   (Hall G)
4:30 PM Evaluating Rucio outside ATLAS: Common experiences from Belle II, CMS, DUNE, SKA, and LIGO - Mario Lassnig (CERN)   (Hall G)
5:00 PM Alert systems, from astrophysics experiments to telescopes - Mansi Kasliwal (California Institute of Technology)   (Hall G)
5:30 PM Diversity & Inclusivity - Lyn Beazley   (Hall G)
6:00 PM Diversity & Inclusivity at CHEP 2019 - Waseem Kamleh (University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
6:20 PM
Social Event (until 7:50 PM) (Foyer F)
12:30 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Steven Schramm (Universite de Geneve (CH)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R5)
2:00 PM 40 MHz Level-1 Trigger Scouting for CMS - Hannes Sakulin (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
2:15 PM An express data production chain in the STAR experiment - Ivan Kisel (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))   (Riverbank R5)
2:30 PM Trigger level analysis technique in ATLAS for Run 2 and beyond - Antonio Boveia (Ohio State University)   (Riverbank R5)
2:45 PM Ingest pipeline for ASKAP - Dr Maxim Voronkov (CSIRO)   (Riverbank R5)
3:00 PM Low Latency, Online Processing of the High-Bandwidth Bunch-by-Bunch Observation Data from the Transverse Damper Systems of the LHC - Martin Soderen (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
3:15 PM JANA2 Framework for event based and triggerless data processing - David Lawrence (Jefferson Lab)   (Riverbank R5)
2:00 PM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Chris Pinkenburg (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R6)
2:00 PM Gaussino - a Gaudi-based core simulation framework - Dominik Muller (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
2:15 PM Geant4 performance optimization in the ATLAS experiment - Miha Muskinja (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R6)
2:30 PM FullSimLight: ATLAS standalone Geant4 simulation - Marilena Bandieramonte (University of Pittsburgh (US))   (Riverbank R6)
2:45 PM The Heavy Photon Search Experiment Software Environment - Norman Anthony Graf (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R6)
3:00 PM Selective background Monte Carlo simulation at Belle II - James Kahn (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))   (Riverbank R6)
3:15 PM Multithreaded simulation for ATLAS: challenges and validation strategy - Marilena Bandieramonte (University of Pittsburgh (US))   (Riverbank R6)
2:00 PM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - Stefan Roiser (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R3)
2:00 PM Operational Intelligence - Alessandro Di Girolamo (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
2:15 PM Big data solutions for CMS computing monitoring and analytics - Federica Legger (Universita e INFN Torino (IT))   (Riverbank R3)
2:30 PM Implementation of ATLAS Distributed Computing monitoring dashboards using InfluxDB and Grafana - Thomas Beermann (University of Innsbruck (AT))   (Riverbank R3)
2:45 PM Automatic log analysis with NLP for the CMS workflow handling - Lukas Layer (Universita e sezione INFN di Napoli (IT))   (Riverbank R3)
3:00 PM Easy-to-use data schema management scheme for RDBMS that includes the utilization of the column-store features - Tadashi Murakami (KEK)   (Riverbank R3)
3:15 PM Monitoring distributed computing beyond the traditional time-series histogram - Peter Love (Lancaster University (GB))   (Riverbank R3)
2:00 PM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Alessandra Forti (University of Manchester (GB)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R8)
2:00 PM Smart caching at CMS: applying AI to XCache edge services - Daniele Spiga (Universita e INFN, Perugia (IT))   (Riverbank R8)
2:15 PM CMS data access and usage studies at PIC Tier-1 and CIEMAT Tier-2 - Jose Flix Molina (Centro de Investigaciones Energéti cas Medioambientales y Tecno)   (Riverbank R8)
2:30 PM Moving the California distributed CMS xcache from bare metal into containers using Kubernetes - Matevz Tadel (Univ. of California San Diego (US))   (Riverbank R8)
2:45 PM Creating a content delivery network for general science on the backbone of the Internet using xcaches. - Igor Sfiligoi (UCSD)   (Riverbank R8)
3:00 PM Implementation and performances of a DPM federated storage and integration within the ATLAS environment - Stephane Jezequel (LAPP-Annecy CNRS/USMB (FR))   (Riverbank R8)
3:15 PM Analysis and modeling of data access patterns in ATLAS and CMS - Markus Schulz (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
2:00 PM
Track 5 – Software Development - Mihaela Gheata (Institute of Space Science (RO)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R2)
2:00 PM Modern Software Stack Building for HEP - Graeme A Stewart (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
2:15 PM Gentoo Prefix as a physics software manager - Prof. Benda Xu (Tsinghua University)   (Riverbank R2)
2:30 PM SpackDev: Parallel Package Development with Spack - Elizabeth Sexton-Kennedy (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R2)
2:45 PM Sustainable software packaging for end users with conda - Chris Burr (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
3:00 PM CERN AppStore: Development of a multi-platform application management system for BYOD devices at CERN - Tamas Bato (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
3:15 PM Chopin Management System: improving Windows infrastructure monitoring and management - Sebastian Bukowiec (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
2:00 PM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Phiala Shanahan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) (until 3:30 PM) (Hall G)
2:00 PM GUM: GAMBIT Universal Models - Sanjay Bloor (Imperial College London)   (Hall G)
2:15 PM Computing the properties of nuclei from QCD - Dr William Detmold (MIT)   (Hall G)
2:30 PM Computing the magnetic field response of the proton - Ryan Bignell (University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
2:45 PM Investigating the anomalous magnetic moment on the lattice - Alex Westin (The University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
3:00 PM Directly calculating the glue component of the nucleon in lattice QCD - Tomas Howson (University of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
3:15 PM The computational challenge of lattice chiral symmetry - Is it worth the expense? - Adam Virgili   (Hall G)
2:00 PM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R7)
2:00 PM WLCG Web Proxy Auto Discovery for Dynamically Created Web Proxies - Oliver Gutsche (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R7)
2:15 PM Designing a new infrastructure for ATLAS Online Web Services - Diana Scannicchio (University of California Irvine (US))   (Riverbank R7)
2:30 PM Construction of a New Data Center at BNL - Shigeki Misawa (BNL)   (Riverbank R7)
2:45 PM Preparing CERN Tier-0 data centres for LHC Run3 - Olof Barring (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
3:00 PM Computing Activities at the Spanish Tier-1 and Tier-2s for the ATLAS experiment towards the LHC Run3 and High Luminosity (HL-LHC) periods - Santiago Gonzalez De La Hoz (Univ. of Valencia and CSIC (ES))   (Riverbank R7)
3:15 PM Beyond HEP: Photon and accelerator science computing infrastructure at DESY - Thomas Hartmann (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Riverbank R7)
2:00 PM
Track 8 – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Tibor Simko (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R1)
2:00 PM Open data provenance and reproducibility: a case study from publishing CMS open data - Tibor Simko (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
2:15 PM Using CMS Open Data for education, outreach and software benchmarking - Stefan Wunsch (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Riverbank R1)
2:30 PM Open Data Science Mesh: friction-free collaboration for researchers bridging High-Energy Physics and European Open Science Cloud - Jakub Moscicki (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
2:45 PM ATLAS Open Data software: the development of simple-but-real HEP data analysis examples - Farid Ould-Saada (University of Oslo (NO))   (Riverbank R1)
3:00 PM ATLAS Open Data: Using open education resources effectively - Leonid Serkin (INFN Gruppo Collegato di Udine and ICTP Trieste (IT))   (Riverbank R1)
3:15 PM Dataset of tau neutrino interactions recorded by OPERA experiment - Tibor Simko (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
2:00 PM
Track X – Crossover sessions - Teng Jian Khoo (Universite de Geneve (CH)) Yu Nakahama Higuchi (Nagoya University (JP)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R4)
2:00 PM FPGA-accelerated machine learning inference as a service for particle physics computing - Kevin Pedro (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R4)
2:15 PM GPU-based reconstruction and data compression at ALICE during LHC Run 3 - David Rohr (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
2:30 PM Reconstruction of track candidates at the LHC crossing rate using FPGAs - Giulia Tuci (Universita & INFN Pisa (IT))   (Riverbank R4)
2:45 PM Quantum annealing algorithms for track pattern recognition - Masahiko Saito (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Riverbank R4)
3:00 PM The Tracking Machine Learning Challenge - Jean-Roch Vlimant (California Institute of Technology (US))   (Riverbank R4)
3:15 PM Evolving Geant4 to cope with the new HEP computing challenges - Andrei Gheata (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
3:30 PM
Posters (until 4:30 PM) (Hall F)
3:30 PM Evaluation of Linux distributions for SoC devices on custom electronics in the CMS Network - Marc Dobson (CERN)   (Hall F)
3:45 PM SDN for End-to-End Networking at Exascale - Jean-Roch Vlimant (California Institute of Technology (US))   (Hall F)
4:00 PM Partial wave analysis with OpenAcc - Yanjia Xiao   (Hall F)
4:10 PM A culture shift: transforming learning at CERN - Sebastian Bukowiec (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM A Faster, More Accessible RooFit - Stephan Hageboeck (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM A Functional Declarative Analysis Language in Python - Emma Torro Pastor (University of Washington (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM A gateway between Gitlab CI and DIRAC - Ben Couturier (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM A global track finding algorithm for CGEM +DC with Hough Transform - Dr Linghui Wu (Institute of High Energy Physics)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM A Lightweight Door into Non-grid Sites - Igor Sfiligoi (UCSD)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM An ARM cluster for running CMSSW jobs - Tomas Lindén (Helsinki Institute of Physics (FI))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Applying OSiRIS NMAL to Network Slices on SLATE - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM BAT.jl – Upgrading the Bayesian Analysis Toolkit - Cornelius Grunwald (TU Dortmund) Cornelius Grunwald (Technische Universitaet Dortmund (DE))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Calibration and Performance of the CMS Electromagnetic Calorimeter in LHC Run2 - Chiara Ilaria Rovelli (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Code health in EOS: Improving test infrastructure and overall service quality - Andreas Joachim Peters (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Compass SPMD, a SPMD vectorized tracking algorithm - Placido Fernandez Declara (University Carlos III (ES))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Computing for the general public at CERN’s Science Gateway - Hannah Short (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Conditions Databases at FNAL - Eric Vaandering (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Data Management and User Data Portal at CSNS - Mr Ming Tang (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Design principles of the Metadata Querying Language (MQL) implemented in the ATLAS Metadata Interface (AMI) ecosystem - Jerome Odier (LPSC/CNRS (Grenoble, FR))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Detector Construction Application for CMS Ph2 Detectors - Valdas Rapsevicius (Vilnius University (LT))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Distributed Caching in the WLCG - Max Fischer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM End-to-end Deep Learning Fast Simulation Framework - Ioana Ifrim (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Enhancements in Functionality of the Interactive Visual Explorer for ATLAS Computing Metadata - Siarhei Padolski (BNL)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Erratic server behavior detection using machine learning on streams of monitoring data - Martin Adam (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Evaluation of a new visualization and analytics solution for slow control data for large scale experiments - Laura Sargsyan (A.Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory (AM))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Evolution of the Data Quality Monitoring and Prompt Processing System in the protoDUNE-SP experiment - Maxim Potekhin (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Evolution of the load balancing server - Pablo Saiz (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Featherweight Communication Between The Tasks For Spark - Mr YI WANG   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Federated User Account Management - Shigeki Misawa (BNL)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Fine Tuning of Generative Models for the Fast Simulation - Fedor Ratnikov (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Generative Adversarial Network for Background Generation in the KLM subsystem at Belle II - Leo Piilonen (Virginia Tech)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM GTS - Garfield-based Triple-GEM Simulator - Riccardo Farinelli (Universita e INFN, Ferrara (IT))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Improvements in the NOvA Detector Simulation based on JINR stand measurements - Oleg Samoylov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Infrsastracture ACI fabric based on EVPN MPBGP and TRILL data transfer protocols for Tier 1 and Tier 2 data centers - Andrey Baginyan (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Installing and administrating the ATLAS Metadata Interface (AMI) ecosystem - Dr Jerome Odier (LPSC/CNRS (Grenoble, FR))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM ITER data infrastructure and mapping of experimental data and machine description into a shared data format. - Andrew Lahiff   (Hall F)
4:15 PM JUNO Calibration Complex and its Simulation - Prof. Qingmin Zhang (Xi'an Jiaotong University)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Jupyter-based service for JUNO analysis - Weidong Li (IHEP, Beijing)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Light-weight Grid Computing for Small Group Use Cases - Mr Aiqiang ZHANG (+86 18810207912)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Machine Learning Pipelines for HEP Using Big Data Tools Applied to Improving Event Filtering - Marco Zanetti (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Modularization of the LHCb software environment and preparation for heterogeneous resources - Marco Clemencic (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM NANOAOD: a new compact event data format in CMS - Karl Ehataht (National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics (EE))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Network infrastructure for CZ Tier-2 Center - Jiri Chudoba (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM New Developments in the VMC Project - Ivana HRIVNACOVA (Institut de Physique Nucléaire (IPNO), Université Paris-Sud, CNRS-IN2P3, Orsay, France )   (Hall F)
4:15 PM On the sensitivity of direct detection experiments to multi-component dark matter. - Andre Scaffidi   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Optimizing Provisioning of LCG Software Stacks with Kubernetes - Gerardo Ganis (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Production Operations Management System (POMS) for Fermilab experiments - Kenneth Richard Herner (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM pyhf: a pure Python implementation of HistFactory with tensors and autograd - Matthew Feickert (Southern Methodist University (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Recent evolutions in the LTDP CDF project - luca dell'Agnello (INFN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Reconstruction and analysis of ECal performance in the simulation of MpdRoot - Dr Yan Huang (Tsinghua University)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM SAGE – An Exascale Architecture based on Object Storage - Andrew Davis (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Setup and commissioning of a high-throughput analysis cluster - Rene Caspart (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Signature of the chiral magnetic effect on the lattice. - Mr Josh Charvetto (University of Adelaide)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Standalone containers with ATLAS offline software - Alessandra Forti (University of Manchester (GB))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Status and future of the CMS Tracker DCS - Wassef Karimeh (Université Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth (LB))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM System testing CERN physics archival software using Docker and Kubernetes - Julien Leduc (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM The ATLAS Hardware Track Trigger design towards first prototypes - Antonio Boveia (Ohio State University)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM The evolution of the ALICE O2 monitoring system - Adam Wegrzynek (CERN)   (Hall F)
4:15 PM The eXtreme-DataCloud project - solutions for data management services in distributed e-infrastructures - Patrick Fuhrmann   (Hall F)
4:15 PM The GridKa Tape Storage: various performance test results and current improvements - Haykuhi Musheghyan (Georg August Universitaet Goettingen (DE))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM The upgrade and re-validation of the Compact Muon Solenoid Electromagnetic Calorimeter Control and Safety Systems during the second Long Shutdown of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN - Mr Raul Jimenez Estupinan (ETH Zurich (CH))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM The Virtual Geometry Model - Ivana HRIVNACOVA (Institut de Physique Nucléaire (IPNO), Université Paris-Sud, CNRS-IN2P3, Orsay, France )   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Tile-in-One: An integrated system for data quality and conditions assessment for the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter - Iouri Smirnov (Northern Illinois University (US))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Token-based authorization in the StoRM WebDAV service - Andrea Ceccanti (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Using ML to Speed Up New and Upgrade Detector Studies - Fedor Ratnikov (Yandex School of Data Analysis (RU))   (Hall F)
4:15 PM Visualising the Emergent Nonperturbative Structure of QCD - Derek Leinweber (CSSM, University of Adelaide)   (Hall F)
4:30 PM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Yu Nakahama Higuchi (Nagoya University (JP)) (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R5)
4:30 PM Strategies for detecting long-lived particles at LHC experiments - Mr Brij Kishor Jashal (Tata Inst. of Fundamental Research (IN))   (Riverbank R5)
4:45 PM Recording and reconstructing 10 billion unbiased B meson decays in CMS to probe lepton flavour universality - Robert John Bainbridge (Imperial College (GB))   (Riverbank R5)
5:00 PM The CMS electromagnetic calorimeter workflow - Chiara Ilaria Rovelli (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   (Riverbank R5)
5:15 PM Time measurement with the SND electromagnetic calorimeter - Natalya Melnikova (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (RU))   (Riverbank R5)
5:30 PM Track reconstruction with PANDA at FAIR - Michael Papenbrock (Uppsala University)   (Riverbank R5)
5:45 PM The ATLAS Muon, Electron and Photon Trigger Performance - Batool Safarzadeh Samani (University of Sussex (GB))   (Riverbank R5)
4:30 PM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Chris Pinkenburg (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R6)
4:30 PM DD4hep: a community driven detector description tool for HEP - Frank-Dieter Gaede (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Riverbank R6)
4:45 PM CMS Experience with Adoption of the Community-supported DD4hep Toolkit - Dr Carl Vuosalo (University of Wisconsin Madison (US))   (Riverbank R6)
5:00 PM Evolution of the ROOT Tree I/O - Jakob Blomer (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
5:15 PM Automatic Differentiation in ROOT - Oksana Shadura (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US))   (Riverbank R6)
5:30 PM Review of High-Quality Pseudo Random Number Generators - Lorenzo Moneta (CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
5:45 PM Using multiple engines in the Virtual Monte Carlo package - Benedikt Volkel (Ruprecht Karls Universitaet Heidelberg (DE), CERN)   (Riverbank R6)
4:30 PM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - Catherine Biscarat (L2I Toulouse, IN2P3/CNRS (FR)) (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R3)
4:30 PM WLCG Authorisation; from X.509 to Tokens - Andrea Ceccanti (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Riverbank R3)
4:45 PM Harnessing the power of threat intelligence for WLCG cybersecurity - David Crooks (Science and Technology Facilities Council STFC (GB))   (Riverbank R3)
5:00 PM A New Authorization System for IceCube Applications - David Schultz (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Riverbank R3)
5:15 PM Computer security in 2019 - Sebastian Lopienski (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
5:30 PM Building an IRIS trust framework - David Crooks (Science and Technology Facilities Council STFC (GB))   (Riverbank R3)
5:45 PM China-EU scientific cooperations on JUNO distributed computing - Giuseppe Andronico (Universita e INFN, Catania (IT))   (Riverbank R3)
4:30 PM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Xavier Espinal (CERN) (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R8)
4:30 PM The ATLAS Data Carousel Project - Xin Zhao (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R8)
4:45 PM Transitioning CMS to Rucio Data Management - Eric Vaandering (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Riverbank R8)
5:00 PM The Dynafed data federator as grid site storage element - Frank Berghaus (University of Victoria (CA))   (Riverbank R8)
5:15 PM Data migration strategy based on file heat prediction with deep learning methods - Shiyuan Fu Shiyuan Fu   (Riverbank R8)
5:30 PM ESCAPE prototypes a Data Infrastructure for Open Science - Simone Campana (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
5:45 PM SkyhookDM: Mapping Scientific Datasets to Programmable Storage - Jeff LeFevre (University of California, Santa Cruz)   (Riverbank R8)
4:30 PM
Track 5 – Software Development - Jason Webb (Brookhaven National Lab) (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R2)
4:30 PM The Scalable Systems Laboratory: a Platform for Software Innovation for HEP - Robert William Gardner Jr (University of Chicago (US))   (Riverbank R2)
4:45 PM Fast distributed compilation and testing of large C++ projects - Rosen Matev (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
5:00 PM Assessing Software Defect Prediction on WLCG Software: a Study with Unlabelled Datasets and Machine Learning Techniques - Barbara Martelli (INFN CNAF)   (Riverbank R2)
5:15 PM ART - ATLAS Release Tester using the Grid - Walter Lampl (University of Arizona (US))   (Riverbank R2)
5:30 PM Evolution of the LHCb Continuous Integration system - Dr Robert Andrew Currie (The University of Edinburgh (GB))   (Riverbank R2)
5:45 PM Modernizing the CMS software stack - Mircho Nikolaev Rodozov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BG))   (Riverbank R2)
4:30 PM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Maurizio Pierini (CERN) (until 6:00 PM) (Hall G)
4:30 PM Utilizing Machine Learning In BSM Physics Searches At The LHC - Adam Leinweber (Univeristy of Adelaide)   (Hall G)
4:45 PM ML Track Fitting in Nuclear Physics - Thomas Britton (JLab)   (Hall G)
5:00 PM Reinforcement learning for sorting jets in top pair associated Higgs boson production - Mr Dennis Noll (RWTH Aachen University (DE))   (Hall G)
5:15 PM Identification of new long-lived particle states using deep neural networks - Matthias Komm (Imperial College (GB))   (Hall G)
5:30 PM Physics Inspired Deep Neural Networks for Top Quark Reconstruction - Mr Kevin Greif (University of Notre Dame)   (Hall G)
5:45 PM Machine learning for QCD theory and data analysis - Dr Nobuo Sato (Jefferson Lab) nobuo sato (Florida State University)   (Hall G)
4:30 PM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R7)
4:30 PM Using Kubernetes as an ATLAS computing site - Fernando Harald Barreiro Megino (University of Texas at Arlington)   (Riverbank R7)
4:45 PM Deployment of containers on the diverse ATLAS infrastructure - Alessandra Forti (University of Manchester (GB))   (Riverbank R7)
5:00 PM Science Box: Converging to Kubernetes containers in production for on-premise and hybrid clouds for CERNBox, SWAN, and EOS - Enrico Bocchi (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
5:15 PM Managing the CERN Batch System with Kubernetes - Luis Fernandez Alvarez (CERN)   (Riverbank R7)
5:30 PM Abstracting container technologies and transfer mechanisms in the Scalable CyberInfrastructure for Artificial Intelligence and Likelihood Free Inference (SCAILFIN) project - Kenyi Paolo Hurtado Anampa (University of Notre Dame (US))   (Riverbank R7)
5:45 PM Running ALICE Grid Jobs in Containers - A new approach to job execution for the next generation ALICE Grid framework - Maksim Melnik Storetvedt (Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (NO))   (Riverbank R7)
4:30 PM
Track 8 – Collaboration, Education, Training and Outreach - Ilya Komarov (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R1)
4:30 PM EVE-7 and FireworksWeb: The next generation event visualization tools for ROOT and CMS - Matevz Tadel (Univ. of California San Diego (US))   (Riverbank R1)
4:45 PM The official website of the AMS experiment - Jiahui Wei (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Riverbank R1)
5:00 PM ATLAS Public Web Site: Evolution of design and content to Drupal 8 - Steven Goldfarb (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Riverbank R1)
5:15 PM Promoting HEP Research-Based Education through Undergraduate Research Experience for Students - Othmane Bouhali (Texas A & M University (US))   (Riverbank R1)
5:30 PM Rebuilding INSPIRE together with the HEP community - Stella Christodoulaki (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
5:45 PM The IPPOG Resource Database - Making Particle Physics Outreach & Education Available Worldwide - Marzena Lapka (CERN)   (Riverbank R1)
4:30 PM
Track X – Crossover sessions - Steven Schramm (Universite de Geneve (CH)) Paul James Laycock (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US)) (until 6:00 PM) (Riverbank R4)
4:30 PM Running synchronous detector reconstruction in ALICE using declarative workflows - Matthias Richter (University of Oslo (NO))   (Riverbank R4)
4:45 PM Let's get our hands dirty: a comprehensive evaluation of DAQDB, key-value store for petascale hot storage. - Mr Grzegorz Jereczek (Intel Corporation)   (Riverbank R4)
5:00 PM Big Data solutions for the online processing of trigger-less detectors data - Marco Zanetti (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT))   (Riverbank R4)
5:15 PM Implementation of the ATLAS trigger within the multi-threaded AthenaMT framework - Teng Jian Khoo (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Riverbank R4)
5:30 PM The ACTS project: track reconstruction software for HL-LHC and beyond - Paul Gessinger-Befurt (CERN / JGU Mainz)   (Riverbank R4)
5:45 PM Towards a Turnkey Software Stack for HEP Experiments - Andre Sailer (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
12:45 PM
Social Event (until 5:45 PM) ()
12:30 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Track 1 – Online and Real-time Computing - Jennifer Ngadiuba (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R5)
2:00 PM Mass storage interface LTSM for FAIR Phase 0 data acquisition - Dr Joern Adamczewski-Musch (GSI Helmholtzzentrum f. Schwerionenforschung GmbH)   (Riverbank R5)
2:15 PM ATLAS Trigger and Data Acquisition Upgrades for the High Luminosity LHC - Revital Kopeliansky (Indiana University (US))   (Riverbank R5)
2:30 PM L0TP+: the Upgrade of the NA62 Level-0 Trigger Processor - Piero Vicini (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   (Riverbank R5)
2:45 PM New Jet Feature Extraction and Topological Processor modules for ATLAS Phase-I Upgrade: from design to commissioning - Christian Kahra (Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz (DE))   (Riverbank R5)
3:00 PM The CMS Trigger upgrade for the HL-LHC - Thiago Tomei Fernandez (UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista (BR))   (Riverbank R5)
3:15 PM The CMS Data Acquisition System for the Phase-2 Upgrade - Marc Dobson (CERN)   (Riverbank R5)
2:00 PM
Track 2 – Offline Computing - Chiara Ilaria Rovelli (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R6)
2:00 PM Prompt calibration automation at Belle II - Martin Sevior (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Riverbank R6)
2:15 PM Alignment for the first precision measurements at Belle II - Tadeas Bilka (Charles University, Prague) Tadeas Bilka (Charles University (CZ))   (Riverbank R6)
2:30 PM Performance of Belle II tracking on collision data - Petar Kevin Rados Petar Kevin Rados (DESY)   (Riverbank R6)
2:45 PM Improvements to ATLAS primary vertexing reconstruction for LHC Run 3 - Dave Casper (University of California Irvine (US))   (Riverbank R6)
3:00 PM Experience supporting Belle II CDB server Infrastructure for Phase 3 - Carlos Fernando Gamboa (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R6)
3:15 PM The CMS Run Registry: Data Certification and Publication System tool - Fabio Alberto Espinosa Burbano (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))   (Riverbank R6)
2:00 PM
Track 3 – Middleware and Distributed Computing - Tomoe Kishimoto (University of Tokyo (JP)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R3)
2:00 PM Grid Information Systems: Past, Present and Future - Markus Schulz (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
2:15 PM Evolution of the WLCG Information Infrastructure - Julia Andreeva (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
2:30 PM CRIC: Computing Resource Information Catalogue as a unified topology system for a large scale, heterogeneous and dynamic computing infrastructure - Alexey Anisenkov (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (RU))   (Riverbank R3)
2:45 PM Exploiting CRIC to streamline the configuration management of glideinWMS factories for CMS support - James Letts (Univ. of California San Diego (US))   (Riverbank R3)
3:00 PM Distributed data analysis with ROOT RDataFrame - Enric Tejedor Saavedra (CERN)   (Riverbank R3)
3:15 PM Adapting ATLAS@Home to trusted and semi-trusted resources - David Cameron (University of Oslo (NO))   (Riverbank R3)
2:00 PM
Track 4 – Data Organisation, Management and Access - Alessandra Forti (University of Manchester (GB)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R8)
2:00 PM Evolution of the S3 service at CERN as a storage backend for infrastructure services and software repositories - Enrico Bocchi (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
2:15 PM EOS architectural evolution and strategic development directions - Andreas Joachim Peters (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
2:30 PM Erasure Coding for production in the EOS Open Storage system - Andreas Joachim Peters (CERN)   (Riverbank R8)
2:45 PM The ATLAS EventIndex for LHC Run 3 - Dario Barberis (Università e INFN Genova (IT))   (Riverbank R8)
3:00 PM Testing the performance of data transfer protocols on long-haul high bandwidth paths. - Dr Richard Hughes-Jones (GEANT Association)   (Riverbank R8)
3:15 PM Using Graph Databases in HEP - Julius Hrivnac (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   (Riverbank R8)
2:00 PM
Track 5 – Software Development - Jason Webb (Brookhaven National Lab) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R2)
2:00 PM Event-driven RDMA network communication in the ATLAS DAQ system with NetIO - Jorn Schumacher (CERN)   (Riverbank R2)
2:15 PM dCache -- Efficient Message Encoding For Inter-Service Communication - Mr Tigran Mkrtchyan (DESY)   (Riverbank R2)
2:30 PM EOS Erasure Coding plug-in as a case study for the XRootD client declarative API - Andrew Bohdan Hanushevsky (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Riverbank R2)
2:45 PM Analysis Tools for the VyPR Performance Analysis Framework for Python - Joshua Heneage Dawes (University of Manchester (GB))   (Riverbank R2)
3:00 PM Vectorized, imperative, and declarative processing of Awkward Arrays - Jim Pivarski (Princeton University)   (Riverbank R2)
3:15 PM Impact of different compilers and build types on Geant4 simulation execution time - Caterina Marcon (Lund University (SE))   (Riverbank R2)
2:00 PM
Track 6 – Physics Analysis - Maurizio Pierini (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (Hall G)
2:00 PM Lepton identification in Belle II using observables from the elctromagnetic calorimeter and precision trackers. - Dr Marco Milesi (The University of Melbourne, Belle II Experiment)   (Hall G)
2:15 PM Applications of the Recursive Jigsaw Reconstruction Method - Jason Oliver (University of Adelaide (AU))   (Hall G)
2:30 PM New-Physics agnostic searches for New Physics - Kinga Anna Wozniak (University of Vienna (AT))   (Hall G)
2:45 PM Optimising HEP parameter fits through MC weight derivative regression - Andrea Valassi (CERN)   (Hall G)
3:00 PM Missing mass method for reconstruction of short-lived particles - Prof. Ivan Kisel (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE))   (Hall G)
3:15 PM Aligning the MATHUSLA Detector Test Stand with Tensor Flow - Gordon Watts (University of Washington (US))   (Hall G)
2:00 PM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Oksana Shadura (University of Nebraska Lincoln (US)) Sang Un Ahn (Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KR)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R4)
2:00 PM Readying CERN for connected device era - Rodrigo Sierra (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
2:15 PM Unroutable LHCONE traffic - Mr Bruno Hoeft (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))   (Riverbank R4)
2:30 PM IPv6-only networking on WLCG - David Kelsey (Science and Technology Facilities Council STFC (GB))   (Riverbank R4)
2:45 PM LHCb Online migration to ISC Kea - the modern DHCP server. - Hristo Umaru Mohamed (CERN)   (Riverbank R4)
3:00 PM Network Capabilities for the HL-LHC Era - Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))   (Riverbank R4)
3:15 PM Network in Belle II - Silvio Pardi (INFN)   (Riverbank R4)
2:00 PM
Track 7 – Facilities, Clouds and Containers - Christoph Wissing (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R7)
2:00 PM Lightweight dynamic integration of opportunistic resources - Max Fischer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   (Riverbank R7)
2:15 PM External Resources: Clouds and HPCs for the expansion of the ATLAS production system at the Tokyo regional analysis center - Michiru Kaneda (ICEPP, the University of Tokyo)   (Riverbank R7)
2:30 PM Effective Dynamic Integration and Utilization of Heterogenous Compute Resources - Manuel Giffels (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Riverbank R7)
2:45 PM Offsite Data Processing for the GlueX Experiment - David Lawrence (Jefferson Lab)   (Riverbank R7)
3:00 PM Running HTC and HPC applications opportunistically across private, academic and public clouds - Dr Andrew Lahiff   (Riverbank R7)
3:15 PM ATLAS Sim@P1 upgrades during long shutdown two - Frank Berghaus (University of Victoria (CA))   (Riverbank R7)
2:00 PM
Track 9 – Exascale Science - Steven Farrell (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (US)) (until 3:30 PM) (Riverbank R1)
2:00 PM The SKA Science Data Processor (SDP): final design and getting ready for the construction phase - Dr Stephen Ord (CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science)   (Riverbank R1)