9:00-10:30: Harrison Prosper
10:50-12:10: Andrei Kataev
Jacques Rougemont (EPFL)
9/8/11, 9:00 AM
Track 2 : Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools
Thanks to large sequencing initiatives of the last 10 years we now have access to full genome sequences in digital form, in particular for laboratory species such as the mouse whose genome is about 3.5 billion letters in size. Recent high-throughput technologies allow to then probe the function of this genome in many different experimental conditions by sampling the genome at the rate of...
Dr Anar Manafov (GSI - Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
9/8/11, 9:40 AM
Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
Constant changes in computational infrastructure like the current interest in Clouds, imply conditions on the design of applications. We must make sure that our analysis infrastructure, including source code and supporting tools, is ready for the on demand computing (ODC) era. This presentation is about a new analysis concept, which is driven by users needs, completely disentangled from...
Prof. Michal Czakon (RWTH Aachen)
9/8/11, 10:50 AM
Track 3: Computations in Theoretical Physics - Techniques and Methods
It has become customary to think of higher order calculations as analytic, in the sense that the result should be presented in the form of known functions or constants. If such a result is obtained, numerical evaluation for practical applications or expansion in asymptotic regimes should not pose any problem. There are, however, many problems of interest, where the analytic structure, due to...
Prof. David De Roure (Oxford e-Research Centre)
9/8/11, 11:30 AM