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The scientific programme of the workshop will start at 9:30am  Monday 5th September and will last until 12:00 noon Friday 9th September.

Detailed programme is available HERE

All parallel talks are for 20 minutes with 5 additional minutes for questions.

There will also be a poster session. The format of the posters is A0.

Invited talks

  • Track 1:  Computing Technology for Physics Research
    Where do we go from here? – The next phase of computing in HEP
    Sverre Jarp (CERN)
    Building an outsourcing ecosystem for science
    Kate Keahey (Argonne National Laboratory)
    NFS 4.1/pNFS, the final step
    Patrick Fuhrmann (DESY)
    Computing On Demand: Analysis in the Cloud
    Anar Manafov (GSI – Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
    SALAMI project
    David De Roure (Oxford e-Research Centre)
  • Track 2:  Data Analysis – Algorithms and Tools
    Multivariate analysis and data mining: statistics in the computer age
    David Hand (Imperial College London)
    Using machine learning techniques in classification problems in Astrophysics
    Somak Raychaudhury (University of Birmingham)
    The five dimensions of the genome
    Jacques Rougement (EPFL)
    Strange bedfellows: Quantum Mechanics and Data Mining
    Marvin Weinstein (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
  • Track 3: Computations in Theoretical Physics – Techniques and Methods
    The toolbox of modern multi-loop computations: novel analytic and semi-analytic techniques
    Alexey Pak (TTP KIT Karlsruhe)
    Modern actions, algorithms, and computers for Lattice QCD
    Peter Boyle (University of Edinburgh)
    Progress in Automated Next-to-Leading Order calculations
    Francesco Tramontano (CERN)
    Feynman integrals, polylogarithms and symbols
    Vittorio Del Duca (Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (INFN))
    New approaches for numerical techniques in higher order calculations
    Michal Czakon (RWTH Aachen)