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Future Trends in Nuclear Physics Computing

from Tuesday, 2 May 2017 (10:00) to Friday, 5 May 2017 (15:30)
CEBAF Center, Jefferson Lab (F113)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
2 May 2017
3 May 2017
4 May 2017
5 May 2017
AM
10:00
Jefferson Lab Tour (until 12:00) (F113)
08:30
Welcome (until 09:00) (F113)
08:30 --- Coffee Round ---
08:50 Welcome - Dr Amber Boehnlein (Jefferson Lab)   (F113)
09:00
Common Infrastructure Components -Dr Amber Boehnlein (Jefferson Lab) (until 14:00) (F113)
notes
09:00 Geant4 - Past, Current and Future - Dr Makoto Asai (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (F113)
Slides
09:30 The HEP Software Foundation and NP - Dr Torre Wenaus (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (F113)
Slides
10:00 Aligning Data Analysis and Computing with Non-Research Physics Careers - Prof. Wouter Deconick (College of William & Mary)   (F113)
Slides
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 Discussion   (F113)
12:00 Lunch (on your own)   (Quark Cafe)
13:00 Panel Discussion   (F113)
08:30
Update (until 09:00) (F113)
08:30 --- Coffee Round ---
08:50 Update - Dr Markus Diefenthaler (Jefferson Lab)   (F113)
09:00
Resource Management -Dr Wes Bethel (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 14:00) (F113)
notes
09:00 Next-Generation Computing Challenges - Dr Salman Habib (Argonne National Laboratory)   (F113)
Slides
09:30 DASPOS - Data and software preservation - Prof. Gordon Watts (DASPOS, University of Washington at Seattle)   (F113)
Slides
10:00 Supporting Data Intensive Science at NERSC - Dr Katie Antypas (NERSC, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (F113)
Slides
10:30 --- Coffee Break and Group Picture ---
11:00 Discussion   (F113)
12:00 --- Lunch (on your own) ---
13:00 Panel Discussion   (F113)
08:30
Update (until 09:00) (F113)
08:30 --- Coffee Round ---
08:50 Update - GRAHAM HEYES (Jefferson Lab)   (F113)
09:00
Interplay of I/O, Compute and Storage (until 13:30) (F113)
notes
09:00 The OSiRIS Project: Collaborative Access to Data - Dr Shawn McKee (University of Michigan)   (F113)
Slides
09:30 Overcoming I/O Limitations on HPC Platforms with In Situ Methods and Infrastructure for Analysis and Visualization - Dr Wes Bethel (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (F113)
Slides
10:00 ALFA: A common concurrency, message based framework for ALICE and FAIR experiments - Dr Mohammad Al-Turany (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung)   (F113)
Slides
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 Panel Discussion   (F113)
12:00 --- Lunch (on your own) ---
PM
13:00
Symposium - Amber Boehnlein (JLAB) (until 18:00) (Main Auditorium)
13:00 Welcome - Dr Stuart Henderson (Jefferson Lab)   (Main Auditorium)
Slides
13:15 Nuclear Physics in a Decade - Dr Donald Geesaman (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Main Auditorium)
Slides
14:00 Accuracy meets precision: MC event simulation in a decade - Dr Stefan Hoeche (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Main Auditorium)
Slides
14:45 --- Coffee Break ---
15:00 Nuclear Physics Computing in a Decade - Prof. Martin Savage (University of Washington)   (Main Auditorium)
Slides
15:45 Synergy of Computing and the Next Generation of Nuclear Physics Experiments - Dr Rolf Ent (JLab)   (Main Auditorium)
Slides
16:30 Discussion   (Main Auditorium)
17:00 --- Reception ---
14:00
Software Portability and Reusability -Dr Alexander Kiselev (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (until 17:30) (F113)
notes
14:00 Cyberinfrastructure for high-level science goals - Prof. Kyle Cranmer (New York University)   (F113)
Slides
14:30 Lowering Boundaries between Data Analysis Ecosystems - Dr Jim Pivarski (Princeton University)   (F113)
Slides
15:00 Data Management with HDF5 - Dr Quincey Koziol (NERSC, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (F113)
Slides
15:30 --- Coffee Break ---
15:45 Discussion   (F113)
16:30 Panel Discussion   (F113)
18:30 --- Workshop Dinner (on your own) ---
14:00
Machine learning for enhancing scientific productivity -Dr Markus Diefenthaler (Jefferson Lab) (until 17:30) (F113)
notes
14:00 Deep Learning in High Energy Physics - Prof. Amir Farbin (The University of Texas at Arlington)   (F113)
Slides
14:30 Aerospace Data Analysis and Machine Learning at NASA Langley - Jeremy Yagle (NASA Langley Research Center)   (F113)
Slides
15:00 Machine Learning and Real-Time Analysis at LHCb - Prof. Michael Williams (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (F113)
Slides
15:30 --- Coffee Break ---
15:45 Discussion   (F113)
16:30 Panel Discussion   (F113)
13:30
Jefferson Lab Tour (until 15:30) (F113)