Editors: Marian Bubak, Michal Turala, Kazimierz Wiatr
ACC CYFRONET AGH, Krakow, February 2010
Preface and Table of Contents
| Frank Baetke, Global HPC Technology Program Manager Hewlett-Packard
HPC, Grids and Clouds: Synergies and Challenges
| Peter Coveney, University College London Department of Chemistry, UK
Distributed computing at the petascale
| Kamil Iskra, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
System Software for Petascale and Beyond
| Karin Johansson, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
Infrastructures use, requirements and prospects in ICT for health domain
|William E. Johnston, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Progress in Integrating Networks with Service Oriented Architectures /
Grids: ESnet's Guaranteed Bandwidth Service
|Yannick Legre, International Relationship Director, MAAT and President of HealthGrid
HealthGrid: an international initiative to serve the Virtual Physiological Human and Bio-Medical communities
|Michael Schiffers, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany
Cloudifying Grids and Gridifying Clouds: A Plea for Co-Operating Clouds and Grids
|Domenico Talia, Università della Calabria and ICAR-CNR, Italy
Data mining and knowledge discovery services in Grids
Tutorial "System UNICORE 6 - usage and administration"
O b j e c t i v e s & T o p i c s
The main objective of the Cracow Grid Workshops, which were initiated in
2001, is to support the community of researchers, developers, and
practitioners who work in the fascinating field of e-Science, grid systems,
and their applications.
CGW'09 will address the following topics:
|e-Science, system-level science and collaborative applications,
|models, methods and tools for collaborative applications development,
|virtual laboratories and problem solving environments,
|knowledge in e-science and grid systems,
|virtual organizations and security aspects,
|resource management and scheduling,
|monitoring and information management,
|software engineering aspects,
|industrial and social implications.
During CGW'09, the ViroLab project led by Peter M.A. Sloot will present
its scientific achievements and a live demo of its environment
for collaborative e-science applications.
CGW'09, as the PL-Grid and the
Central European Grid Consortium event, will be an opportunity for overview of research in the main European and national grid projects.
CGW'09 will also host the 3rd EGEE Computational Chemistry Workshop.
At the Cracow PRACE Code Porting Workshop, organised just after CGW'09, architectures and programming techniques of the HLRS NEC and the IBM Blue Gene will be presented
( Registration and Agenda ).