Krakow, Poland
O c t o b e r  11 - 13, 2010
This year CGW celebrates its 10th anniversary!


CGW'10 poster

CGW'10 Proceedings
Editors: Marian Bubak, Michal Turala, Kazimierz Wiatr
ACC CYFRONET AGH, Krakow, March 2011
ISBN 978-83-61433-03-3
Preface and Table of Contents
KEYNOTE Speakers
Frank Baetke, HP, USA
Standards-Based Energy-Efficient Grid-Resources: Implementations and Solutions
Kyriakos Baxevanidis, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
e-Science: a central choice for sustainable growth - European experiences and plans
Ewa Deelman, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
Scientific Workflows and Cloud Computing
Ad Emmen, AlmereGrid and EnterTheGrid, The Netherlands
Desktop Grids take their place in the e-Science distributed computing infrastructure
Pawel Gepner, HPC Platform Architect EMEA - Intel Corporation
The Reality of the Cloud - Intel Cloud Vision
Cees de Laat, Informatics Institute, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands
e-Infrastructure aware Topology handling in the Global Lambda Integrated Facility
Jarek Nabrzyski, University of Notre Dame, USA
Sustainable Computing Models
Syed Naqvi, CETIC, Belgium
Security Challenges of Cloud Deployments - Lessons learned from the RESERVOIR Project
Steven Newhouse, and EGI-InSPIRE Project
A virtualised European Grid Infrastructure?
Dana Petcu, Western University of Timisoara, Romania
From Grid computing towards Sky computing. Case study for Earth Observation
TRAINING: D. Hubaux, S. Mouton, M. Van de Borne,
Learn how to use and build your own Cloud infrastructure
using the RESERVOIR Framework

RESERVOIR STAND ( info ) manned by M. Van de Borne
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'10 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,
distributed computing infrastructures, grids and clouds,
knowledge in e-Science and DCI systems,
virtual organizations and security aspects,
resource management and scheduling,
monitoring and information management,
software engineering aspects.
industrial and social implications.

CGW'10, 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.


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