Thursday, March 12, 2009
   8:00 -   9:00 Registration
   9:00 - 10:45 Opening / Invited Lectures,   Chair: Marian Bubak
   9:00   Kazimierz Wiatr, Opening lecture
   9:15   Alfons Hoekstra, Computational Fluid Dynamics with the LatticeBoltzmann Method
 10:00   D. De Roure, Research 2.0
 10:45 - 11:15
 11:15 - 12:45 Demo / Posters,   Chair: Zofia Mosurska
 11:15   Marian Bubak, A Platform for Collaborative e-Science Applications
 11:30   Poster Presentations
 12:45 - 14:00
 14:00 - 15:30 Contributed papers (session C1),   Chair: Krzysztof Zieliński
 14:00   Virtual Grid Resource Management System with Virtualization Technology, J. Kosińska, J. Kosiński, K. Zieliński
 14:15   Using Standard Hardware Accelerators to Decrease Computation Times in Scientific Applications
D. Kuna, E. Jamro, P. Russek, K. Wiatr
 14:30   On Acceleration of Evolutionary Algorithms Solution Process Applied to Large, Non-liner, Constraint Optimization Problems
J. Orkisz, A. Kleszcz, M. Głowacki
 14:45   Special Purpose ParallelL Supercomputer Based on the Dynamic Lattice Liquid Model,
J. Jung, P. Polanowski, R. Kiełbik
 15:00   Parallel Approach for Visualizing Protein Databases,
P. Orzechowski, K. Boryczko
 15:15   Parallel Algorithm for Sorting Animal Pedigrees,
M. Gierdziewicz
 15:30 - 16:00
 16:00 - 17:00 Contributed papers (session C2),   Chair: Irena Roterman
 16:00   On the Importance of Memory-driven Load Balancing in Large Scale Quantum Chemical Computations,
G. Mazur, M. Makowski, M. Brela
 16:15   Parallel and Distributed Calculations Supported and Managed by Relational Database, P. Oramus
 16:30   Search for Time Reversal Violation in the Decay of Free Neutron, A. Kozela
 16:45   Computer Technologies Based Platform for the Calculation of the Penetrance, Example of the CHEK2 Mutation of the Breast Cancers and the Risk of Cancer in First-degree Relatives in the Polish Population, W. Piesiak
 19:00 - 22:00
Dinner (Karczma Kmicic)
Friday, March 13, 2009
   8:00 -   8:30 Registration
   8:30 -   9:30 Invited Lectures,   Chair: Jacek Kitowski
   8:30   Frank Baetke, High Performance Computing, Grids and Clouds: Synergies, Trends and Challenges
   9:00   Pawel Gepner, High Performance Computing@Intel: do we have Universal Solution?
   9:30 -   9:45
short coffee break
   9:45 - 11:00 CYFRONET's session,   Chair: Michał Turała
   9:45   A. Oziębło, High Performance Computers in CYFRONET
 10:00   J. Kitowski, PL-Grid
 10:15   T. Szepieniec, Grid Resource Allocation Framework
 10:30   Discussion
 11:00 - 11:30
 11:30 - 13:00 Contributed papers (session C3),   Chair: Janusz Orkisz
 11:30   Microarray Data Analysis - Two Approaches,
M. Piwowar, T. Kułaga, T. Jadczyk, M. Malawski, E. Matczyńska, W. Piątkowska, I. Roterman
 11:45   Protein Engineering of the Anticancer Drug: L-Asparaginase,
M. Krol, M. N Offman, S. Krishnan, N. Patel, V. Saha, P. A Bates
 12:00   Large-Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulation in Pharmacology, V. Zobnina, I. Roterman
 12:15   Elongation Cutoff Technique at Kohn-Sham Level of Theory - Local Exchange-Correlation Approximation,
J. Korchowiec, P. de Silva
 12:30   Electron Structure and Reactivity of the Sigma Complex of Benzene and Fe(IV)O an Model of the Cytochrome P450 Active Site, A. Niedziela, M. Radoń, E. Brocławik
 12:45   Theoretical Studies of Isomerism in Selected Ziegler-Natta Catalysts, Z. Flisak
 13:00 - 13:15
short coffee break
 13:15 - 14:30 Contributed papers (session C4),   Chair: Kazimierz Wiatr
 13:15   Exploiting Sparsity in Large Scale Quantum Chemical Computations - Sparse Data Structures in Implementation of LT-AO-MP2 Formalism,
M. Makowski, G. Mazur, K. Kowalczyk, J. Sumera
 13:30   DFT Calculations of Isomerism in Group IV-V Bis-Phenoxyimine Complexes, Z. Flisak, P. Suchorska
 13:45   Linguistic Calculations on Cyfronet High Performance Computers, B. Ziółko, M. Ziółko
 14:00   CFD Modelling of Fibre Suspension Flow in a Rotating Machinery with Complex Geometry,
G. Kondora, D. Asendrych
 14:15   Closing ceremony
 14:30 - 15:30



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