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Tuesday, September 24 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Bridging from Concepts to Data and Computation for eScience (BC2DC'19)

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Research addressing global challenges federates a growing diversity of disciplines, requires sustained contributions from many autonomous organizations and builds on heterogeneous evolving computational platforms. Scientific knowledge is scattered across cloud-based services, local storage, and in source code targeting specific architectures and computational contexts. Concepts reflected in disparate sources are hardly computer-communicable and computer-actionable across or even within disciplines. This workshop focuses on platform-driven and domain-specific developments that aim to unify underlying platforms, clouds, data, computational resources and concepts in order to empower research developers to deliver increasingly complex eScience systems.

Visit https://bc2dc.github.io for more information.

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Active Provenance for Data-Intensive Workflows: Engaging Users and Developers
Alessandro Spinuso (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut), Malcolm Atkinson (University of Edinburgh), and Federica Magnoni (Istituto Nazionale Geofisica e Vulcanologia)

Modeling and Matching Digital Data Marketplace Policies
Sara Shakeri (University of Amsterdam), Valentina Maccatrozzo (Netherlands eScience Center), Lourens Veen (Netherlands eScience Center), Rena Bakhshi (Netherlands eScience Center), Leon Gommans (University of Amsterdam), Cees de Laat (University of Amsterdam), and Paola Grosso (University of Amsterdam)

DARE: A Reflective Platform Designed to Enable Agile Data-Driven Research on the Cloud
Iraklis Klampanos (NCSR "Demokritos"), Athanasios Davvetas (NCSR "Demokritos"), André Gemünd (Fraunhofer SCAI), Malcolm Atkinson (University of Edinburgh), Antonios Koukourikos (NCSR "Demokritos"), Rosa Filgueira (University of Edinburgh), Amrey Krause (University of Edinburgh), Alessandro Spinuso (KNMI), Angelos Charalambidis (NCSR "Demokritos"), Federica Magnoni (INGV), Emanuele Casarotti (INGV), Christian Pagé (CERFACS), Mike Lindner (KIT), Andreas Ikonomopoulos (NCSR "Demokritos"), and Vangelis Karkaletsis (NCSR "Demokritos")

Ease Access to Climate Simulations for Researchers: IS-ENES Climate4Impact
Christian Pagé (Université de Toulouse, CNRS), Wim Som de Cerff (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut), Maarten Plieger (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut), Alessandro Spinuso (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut), and Xavier Pivan (Université de Toulouse, CNRS)

Managing Scientific Literature with Software from the PORTAL-DOORS Project
Shiladitya Dutta (Brain Health Alliance), Pooja Kowshik (Brain Health Alliance), Adarsh Ambati (Brain Health Alliance), Sathvik Nori (Brain Health Alliance), S. Koby Taswell (Brain Health Alliance), and Carl Taswell (Brain Health Alliance)

Towards a Computer-Interpretable Actionable Formal Model to Encode Data Governance Rules
Rui Zhao (University of Edinburgh) and Malcolm Atkinson (University of Edinburgh)

Towards a New Paradigm for Programming Scientific Workflows
Reginald Cushing (University of Amsterdam), Onno Valkering (University of Amsterdam), Adam Belloum (University of Amsterdam), and Cees de Laat (University of Amsterdam)

Bridging Concepts and Practice in eScience via Simulation-Driven Engineering
Rafael Ferreira da Silva (University of Southern California), Henri Casanova (University of Hawaii), Ryan Tanaka (University of Hawaii), and Frédéric Suter (IN2P3 Computing Center, CNRS)

Tuesday September 24, 2019 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Macaw Room