• [Program available!] - CFP: 14th Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Sc

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    ********************* WORKS 2019 Workshop **********************

    14th Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Science Workshop


    Sunday 17 November 2019, 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Denver, CO

    Room 708

    Held in conjunction with SC19, http://sc19.supercomputing.org/


    Call For Participation

    The program of the 14th Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Science (WORKS) Workshop is now available (http://works.cs.cardiff.ac.uk/program.php).


    9:00—9:10 Welcome. Sandra Gesing, Rafael Ferreira da Silva

    9:10—10:00 Keynote: Priority Research Directions for In Situ Data Management: Enabling Scientific Discovery from Diverse Data Sources. Tom Peterka

    10:00—10:30 Coffee Break

    Session: “Provenance”

    10:30—11:00 Provenance Data in the Machine Learning Lifecycle in Computational Science and Engineering. Renan Souza, Leonardo Azevedo, Vítor Lourenço, Elton Soares, Raphael Thiago, Rafael Brandão, Daniel Civitarese, Emilio Brazil, Marcio Moreno,
    Patrick Valduriez, Marta Mattoso, Renato Cerqueira and Marco Netto

    Session: “Performance Analysis”

    11:00–11:30 A Codesign Framework for Online Data Analysis and Reduction. Kshitij Mehta, Bryce Allen, Matthew Wolf, Jeremy Logan, Eric Suchyta, Jong Choi, Keichi Takahashi, Igor Yakushin, Todd Munson, Ian Foster and Scott Klasky

    11:30—12:00 Top-Down Performance Analysis Methodology for Workflows: Tracking Performance Issues from Overview to Individual Operations. Ronny Tschueter, Christian Herold, William Williams, Maximilian Knespel and Matthias Weber

    12:00—12:15 Data-Aware and Simulation-Driven Planning of Scientific Workflows on IaaS Clouds. Tchimou N'Takpé, Jean Edgar Gnimassoun, Souleymane Oumtanaga and Frederic Suter

    12:15—12:30 Exploration of Workflow Management Systems Emerging Features from Users Perspectives. Ryan Mitchell, Loïc Pottier, Steve Jacobs, Rafael Ferreira da Silva, Mats Rynge, Karan Vahi and Ewa Deelman

    12:30—14:00 Lunch (On your own)

    14:00—14:30 Incorporating Scientific Workflows in Computing Research Processes. Shantenu Jha, Scott Lathrop, Jarek Nabrzyski, Lavanya Ramakrishnan

    Session: “Workflow Applications I”

    14:30—15:00 Comparing GPU Power and Frequency Capping: A Case Study with the MuMMI Workflow. Tapasya Patki, Zachary Frye, Harsh Bhatia, Francesco Di Natale, James Glosli, Helgi Ingolfsson and Barry Rountree

    15:00—15:30 Coffee Break

    Session: “Workflow Applications II”

    15:30—15:45 Inter-Job Scheduling for High-Throughput Material Screening Applications. Zhihui Du, Xinning Hui, Yurui Wang, Jun Jiang, Jason Liu, Baokun Lu and Chongyu Wang

    15:45—16:00 Empowering Agroecosystem Modeling with HTC Scientific Workflows: The Cycles Model Use Case. Rafael Ferreira da Silva, Rajiv Mayani, Yuning Shi, Armen R. Kemanian, Mats Rynge and Ewa Deelman

    Session: “Heterogeneous Architectures”

    16:00—16:30 A performance comparison of Dask and Apache Spark for data-intensive neuroimaging pipelines. Mathieu Dugré, Valérie Hayot-Sasson and Tristan Glatard

    16:30—17:00 On a Parallel Spark Workflow for Frequent Itemset Mining Based on Array Prefix-Tree. Xinzheng Niu, Mideng Qian, Chase Wu and Aiqin Hou

    17:00—17:30 Panel: TBA

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