WLCG - quo vadis?
Session chairJacko Koster
DateWednesday, 15 May 2013
Time11:00 - 12:30
DescriptionThe research resulting from experiments performed in the LHC at CERN will be presented, as well as challenges and opportunities for future insights. The importance of the supporting e-Infrastructure and how it is organized through a worldwide collaboration will be highlighted and future plans for development of this e-Infrastructure will be described. The challenges and importance of contributions from national and regional centers, such as the Nordic Tier-1 will be discussed and lessons learned from the past 10 years of Nordic collaboration in this area will be pointed out. The interaction between the national, Nordic and European efforts will be a main theme and a future role of the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) will be proposed. Speakers include Steven Newhouse (EGI.eu) and Michael Grønager (Ceptacle).
- Closing Plenary
- Cloud Computing - Opportunities and Challenges
- Data Services and Technologies
- Digital Humanities - A New Era?
- Opening Session
- WLCG - quo vadis?
- Workshop: Infrastructure as a Service for the Life Sciences
- Workshop: Infrastructure as a Service for the Life Sciences, Cont'd.
- Workshop: Center Operations best practices
- Workshop: Center Operations best practices,Cont'd.
- Workshop: Data Services
- Workshop: Data Services, Cont'd.
- Workshop: Science Gateways
- Workshop: Science Gateways, Cont'd
- Workshop: Security I
- Workshop: Security II
- Workshop: Security III
- Workshop: Security IV