SCHEDULE (*).

v3.0 (updated 14.2.15) – Final

Venue – All sessions are in Shed 6, Queens Warf, Wellington’s waterfront. Map.

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SCHEDULE

Version 3.0

Tuesday 17th

Wednesday 18th

Thursday 19th

8:45 – 8:50

Opening

Opening

Opening

8:50 – 9:45

 “Accelerating discovery via cloud services”

Ian Foster (K)

“Revolutionary Multicore Computing for Exascale”

Thomas Sterling (K)

“HPC Supporting the Cloud

Supporting HPC”

Thomas Sterling (K)

9:45 – 10:30

Emerging Trends

in GPU computing”

Manuel Ujaldón

New Zealand’s Contributions

to Exascale Computing”

Andrew Ensor

“Optimizing CUDA kernels

for irregular computing”

Manuel Ujaldón

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee

11:00 – 11:45

“The hidden costs of

the Parallel World”

Pavlo Baron

“SKA Imaging Compute Requirements:

the whats -and the Watts. 

Duncan Hall

“Computer-Aided

Discovery in Astronomy”

Victor Pankratius (K)

video-conference

(11:00 – 11:35)

11:45 – 12:25

An Analysis of

the Cloud Based

Big Data Mining Applications”

Irina Neaga

Panel:

Is Exascale Computing the

Panacea we’ve all been waiting for?

T. SterlingA. St John

D. Hall A. Ensor

Panel

Can computers find what we are looking for?”

V. PankratiusN. Hurley-Walker

W. van StratenD. Hall

(11:40 – 12:10)

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

Lunch

“HPC Spinoffs from the SKA”

Andrew Ensor

(12:10 – 12:45)

13:30 – 14:10

“OneRNG -an open solution to a core security performance issue”

Jim Cheetham

“Orcs to Azure

– an Entrepreneur’s

journey to unemployment”

Scott Houston

Lunch

(12:45 – 13:45)

14:10 – 14:45

“The Mobile Data Centre”

Alex St John

Can the world’s problems

be solved with good abstractions?

How about without?”

Mark Moir

“A GLEAM in our eyes:

data processing for current and future radio astronomy”

Natasha Hurley-Walker

(13:50 – 14:35)

14:45 – 15:15

Coffee

Coffee

“Science Processing Requirements for the SKA: a case study with the MWA”

Luke Hindson

(14:40 – 15:15)

15:15 – 16:00

A perspective of advanced

ICT developments in

New Zealand”

Murray Milner (K)

“Supercomputing

in the Cloud”

Alex St John (K)

Coffee

15:15 – 15:45

16:00 – 16:30

Panel

Is Big Data too big for your Enterprise to handle?”

P. BaronI. Foster

I. NeagaD. Christie

New Zealand’s participation

in the SKA Project”

Kjesten Wiig

“Real-time computational

requirements of autonomous systems for astronomical discovery”.

Willem van Straten (K)

(16:00 – 16:45)

16:30 – 17:00

Panel

Are we finished

Optimising Applications?”

A. St JohnM. Milner

M. UjaldonM. Moir

Panel

Beyond astronomy:

the broad benefits of the SKA”

HE Z. LallieK. Wiig

D. Hall

Moderator D. Christie

Closure

(16:45 – 17:00)

17:15 – 19:00

Drinks & Nibbles

Sponsored by Open Parallel

Drinks & Nibbles

Sponsored by Catalyst

Drinks & Nibbles

Sponsored by SKAO

(*) This is the Final Schedule but the organiser is not liable for consequences of any changes in this schedule, including bookings, flights, accommodation changes, etc. Minor changes can still occur. Organiser’s responsibilities are stated in the registration form.

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