SDM center All-Hands Meeting

March 2-3, 2005, Utah

Agenda

Session 1 (morning of first day):

8:00 Introductory remarks – Arie Shoshani PPT

SEA status reports

8:15 Rob Ross: Progress in Storage Efficient Access - PVFS2 and MPI-IO PPT

8:30 Wei-Keng Liao: Progress in Storage Efficient Access - PnetCDF and MPI-IO PPT

8:45 Alok Choudhary: I/O and Storage : Challenges moving forward PPT

9:00 Ekow Otoo: Progress on MPI-IO Access to Mass Storage Systems Using a Storage Resource Manager PPT

DMA status reports

9:15 Chandrika Kamath: Progress report on data analysis from LLNL PPT

9:30 Nagiza Samatova: High-performance Statistical Computing with Parallel R PPT

9:45 Xiaosong Ma: Parallel I/O based Performance Improvements in Data Intensive Applications PPT

10:00 Break

10:30 John Wu: Using Bitmap Index to Speed up Analyses of High-Energy Physics Data PPT

10:45 Kurt Stockinger: DEX: Using Bitmap Indices to Accelerate 3D Visualization PPT

SPA status reports

11:00 Terence Critchlow: A Quick Update on the TSI and PIW workflows PPT

11:15 Steve Parker: SCIRun and SPA integration status PPT

11:30 Mladen Vouk: On Large Data-Flow Scientific Workflows: An Astrophysics Case Study PPT

11:45 Bertram Ludaescher: Kepler/SPA Extensions for Scientific Workflows -- Now and Upcoming PPT

12:00 Lunch

Session 2 (afternoon of first day):

Application talks

Topics: Talks by application people working with us, success stories, needs, bottlenecks,

imagined new uses of SDM technologies

1:30 – 3:00

Eric Myra – Astrophysics PDF

Jackie Chen - Combustion PPT

Scott Klasky – Fusion PPT

3:00 – 3:30 Break

3:30 – 5:00

Jerome Lauret – High Energy Physics PDF

Elliot Peele - Astrophysics PDF

Wes Bethel - Visualization PDF

Session 3 (morning of second day):

Panel with Apps people

Moderator: Doron Rotem PPT

8:30 – 10:00 panel

10:00 – 10:30 break

10:30 – 12:00 panel continued

Suggested panel topics:

For each of the three phases:

  • data generation
  • post-processing
  • data analysis

In your application domain what is the role/value of the following technologies:

  • Workflow and dataflow
  • Efficient I/O from/to disk and tertiary storage
  • Searching and indexing
  • General analysis and visualization tools
  • Large-scale data movement
  • Metadata management
  • Missing topic?

Session 4 (afternoon of second day)

1:30 – 4:00 future planning PPT

Topics: Discussion on the future plans including integration with other

ISICs, considerations for new technology areas, universities role,

planning for proposal

(Official end of meeting)

4:00 – 4:30 break

4:30 – 6:00 informal meetings/discussions period

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