Slides from eSSENCE Academy –  Umeå 2014

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Wednesday, October 15

Welcome to the eSSENCE Academy 2014 in Umeå
Ingela Nyström, Coordinator of eSSENCE, UU /
Bo Kågström and Erik Elmroth, eSSENCE-PIs, Local organizers, UmU
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Keynote presentation: Swedish Science Cases for e-Infrastructure
Anders Ynnerman, LiU
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Sensor based research at Humanities lab with special reference to data handling and eye tracking
Kenneth Holmqvist, LU
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Data management for research infrastructures with special reference to MAXlab and humanities
Jonas Lindemann / Anders Follin, LU
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Accelerating sparse matrix computations through the fusion of operations with applications in molecular dynamics
Carl Christian Kjelgaard Mikkelsen, UmU
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Tactile manipulation of finite element models and direct solutions
Daniel Åkesson, LU
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HTSeq-Hadoop: Extending HTSeq for Massively Parallel Sequencing Data Analysis using Hadoop
Alexey Siretskiy, UU
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Thursday, October 16

Adaptive and flexible platforms for eScience – the future is cloudy
Johan Tordsson, UmU
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Chunks and Tasks: A programming model for parallelization of dynamic algorithms
Emanuel Rubensson, UU
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Present and future data challenges in High Energy Physics at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN
Richard Brenner, UU
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Finite Element Methods for PDEs on Surfaces
Mats G. Larson, UmU
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SeSE – Swedish e-Science Education
Anders Hast, Director of SeSE, UU
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eSSENCE and the SFO Evaluation 2014
Carmen Medina, Research Secretary, UU
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Panel Discussion: Swedish Science Cases for e-Infrastructure and the Future of e-Science in Sweden
Moderator: Sven Strömqvist, LU, member of eSSENCE Programme Council
Panel:
* Erik Elmroth, UmU
* Sverker Holmgren, UU
* Göran Sandberg, LU
* Ellen Sherwood, SciLifeLab, KI
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 Farewell to the eSSENCE Academy 2014 in Umeå
Ingela Nyström, Coordinator of eSSENCE, UU
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