Workshops & Special Sessions
PRAGMA Workshop on e-Science Highlights
- Kum Won Cho, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, South Korea
- Peter Arzberger, University of California, San Diego, USA
E-Science, the science, research and development conducted using advanced, geographically distributed laboratory equipment, computers, databases, connected by networking and linked by software, and Grid and ICT technology, is being applied to and driven by many applications in areas including biology, earth observing and geosciences, nanoscience, and engineering.
PRAGMA is a collaborative organization consisting of more than 30 member institutions from the Pacific Rim Region that focus on developing grid technology by running applications on our shared infrastructure. It has focused its activities in several working groups including biosciences, tele-science, geo, education and grid computing. Recently, PRAGMA institutes have started collaboration with grid efforts in Switzerland.
This e-Science conference will be the venue for presenting and discussing research outcomes and collaboration experience which PRAGMA has conducted for the past several years. Presentations will 6~7 papers include 1~2 invited representative researchers, and grid operation among institutions, development results for grid technology, bio technology based on grid, tele-Science, engineering research and collaboration (e.g., exchange student programs and co-research). The conference will be the first event for the collaboration of both the IEEE e-Science conference and PRAGMA community, and is expected to be a stepping stone for mutual development through continuous collaboration.
Date and Time
Tuesday, December 9, 8 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
- 8–8:15 a.m.
- Introduction to Session
Kum-Won Cho and Peter Arzberger
Resources and Data Working Group Activities
- 8:15–8:40 a.m.
- Interfacing SCMSWeb with Condor-G—A Joint PRAGMA-Condor Effort
Somsak Sriprayoonsakul; Putchong Uthayopos (TNGC); Jysoo Lee (KISTI); Cindy Zheng (SDSC); Miron Livney; Jaime Frey (U WI)
- 8:40–9:05 a.m.
- Grid Workflows and Data-aware Plugins for Improved Metaschedulers CSF4
Zhaohui Ding; Xiaohui Wei, Yifan Zhu, Yaoguang Yuan (Jilin); Wilfred Li (NBCR, UCSD); Osamu Tatebe (U Tsukuba)
- 9:05–9:30 a.m.
- Grid Interoperability: An Experiment in Bridging Grid Islands
Blaire Bethwaite; David Abramson; Ashley Buckle (Monash U)
Applications Using PRAGMA Grid Resources
- 9:30–9:55 a.m.
- CFD Cyber Education Service Using Cyberinfrastructure
Jongbae Moon; Chongam Kim (SNU); Yoonhee Kim (Sookmyung); Kum Won Cho (KISTI)
- 9:55–10:20 a.m.
- Identification of a Specific Inhibitor for the Dual-Specificity Enzyme SSH-2 via Docking Experiments on the Grid
Phil Pham; Marshall Levesque (UCSD); Kohei Ichikawa; Susumu Date (Osaka); Jason Haga (UCSD)
- 10:20–10:45 a.m.
- Virtual Screening for SHP-2 Specific Inhibitors Using Grid Computing
Simon X Han; Marshall Levesque (UCSD); Kohei Ichikawa; Susumu Date (Osaka); Jason Haga (UCSD)
Biosciences, Telescience, Education
- 11 a.m.–11:25 p.m.
- Bioscience: Service Oriented Architecture for Managing Workflows of Avian Flu Grid
Luca Clementi; Sriram Krishnan; Wesley Goodman; Jingyuan Ren; Wilfred Li (SDSC); Peter Arzberger (UCSD); Guillaume Vareille; Sargis Dallakyan; Michel Sanner (TSRI)
- 11:25–11:50 a.m.
- Telescience: Optimized Rendering for a Three-Dimensional Videoconferencing System
Rachel Chu; Daniel Tenedorio; Jurgen Schulze (UCSD); Susumu Date; Seiki Kuwabara; Atsushi Nakazawa; Haruo Takemura (Osaka); Fang-Pang Lin (NCHC)
- 11:50 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
- Education: PRIUS: An Educational Framework on PRAGMA toward Fostering of Globally-leading Researchers in Integrated Sciences
Susumu Date; Shoji Miyanaga; Kohei Ichikawa (Kansai); Shinji Shimojo (Osaka, NIICT); Haruo Takemura; Toru Fujiwara
- 12:15–12:45 p.m.