SRL/ISSDM Symposium 2011
Third Annual SRL/ISSDM Research Symposium
UCSC Systems Oktoberfest
Tuesday/Wednesday, October 18-19, 2011
Baskin School of Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz
The two-day Symposium will provide an opportunity to learn about the research of the SRL and ISSDM, interact with SRL and ISSDM faculty, graduate students, and affiliated researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), and discuss future directions and collaborative research projects at UCSC and LANL. In keeping with tradition, the UCSC Systems Research Lab will host its annual Oktoberfest barbecue dinner on the evening of the first day of the symposium.
- Systems Research Day (Tuesday, October 18) will focus on our research in storage, scalability, and system performance management. Presentations will showcase the recent systems and storage research of the UCSC Systems Research Laboratory (SRL) and the Institute for Scalable Scientific Data Management (ISSDM).
- ISSDM Workshops Day (Wednesday, October 19) will highlight research in the ISSDM Collaborative Research Program, a collaboration between the UCSC Jack Baskin School of Engineering (BSOE) and LANL. Gary Grider, Deputy Division Leader at LANL will give the Joint Session Keynote Address, "Los Alamos National Laboratory, a Unique, Irreplaceable, National Resource in the Department of Energy". The workshop program will be divided into three concurrent tracks: (1) Knowledge Management: Analytics and Big Data chaired by Prof. Yi Zhang; (2) Workshop on Analysis and Visual Exploration (WAVE) of Cosmology co-chaired by Profs. Alex Pang and Bruno Sanso); and (3) Human Computation co-chaired by Profs. James Davis and Alkis Polyzotis.
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SRL/ISSDM Research Symposium 2011 ANNOUNCEMENT