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META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20 - 9th May 2007

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

Note: the talks are available linked from the OGF 20 sechudule page at http://www.ogf.org/gf/event_schedule/?event_id=7

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Iain Steele  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Thomas Roblitz  
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holties  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface flash Noel Winstanley  
14.45 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
15.00 Astrophysics and Grid Computing Gabriele Allen  
15.15 GridSphere - Cactus Thomas Radke  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
16.20 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.35 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas  
16.50 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.05 CosmoGrid B Coghlan  
17.20 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Rainer Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Simulating Proto-Clusters utilising the Austrian Grid Michaela Lechner
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Information for speakers

The workshop will take place in the 'Charter Suite 1'

All speakers are requested to set up their presentations in the break before they will be speaking.

Talks should preferably be in Open Office, Powerpoint, PDF format. There will be wireless internet connectivity available at the OGF.

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 21 Apr 2007


Revision 122007-06-03 - JohnTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20 - 9th May 2007

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

Note: the talks are available linked from the OGF 20 sechudule page at http://www.ogf.org/gf/event_schedule/?event_id=7

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Iain Steele  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Thomas Roblitz  
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holties  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
Application and Data Interfaces
Changed:
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14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
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14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface flash Noel Winstanley  
 
14.45 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
15.00 Astrophysics and Grid Computing Gabriele Allen  
15.15 GridSphere - Cactus Thomas Radke  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
16.20 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.35 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas  
16.50 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.05 CosmoGrid B Coghlan  
17.20 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Rainer Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Simulating Proto-Clusters utilising the Austrian Grid Michaela Lechner
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Information for speakers

The workshop will take place in the 'Charter Suite 1'

All speakers are requested to set up their presentations in the break before they will be speaking.

Talks should preferably be in Open Office, Powerpoint, PDF format. There will be wireless internet connectivity available at the OGF.

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 21 Apr 2007


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Revision 112007-05-17 - NicholasWalton

 
META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20 - 9th May 2007

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

Added:
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Note: the talks are available linked from the OGF 20 sechudule page at http://www.ogf.org/gf/event_schedule/?event_id=7
 
Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Iain Steele  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Thomas Roblitz  
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holties  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
14.45 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
15.00 Astrophysics and Grid Computing Gabriele Allen  
15.15 GridSphere - Cactus Thomas Radke  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
16.20 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.35 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas  
16.50 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.05 CosmoGrid B Coghlan  
17.20 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Rainer Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Simulating Proto-Clusters utilising the Austrian Grid Michaela Lechner
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Information for speakers

The workshop will take place in the 'Charter Suite 1'

All speakers are requested to set up their presentations in the break before they will be speaking.

Talks should preferably be in Open Office, Powerpoint, PDF format. There will be wireless internet connectivity available at the OGF.

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 21 Apr 2007


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Revision 102007-05-04 - NicholasWalton

 
META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20 - 9th May 2007

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
Changed:
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11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holtjes  
>
>
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Iain Steele  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Thomas Roblitz  
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holties  
 
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
Changed:
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14.45 Astrophysics and Grid Computing Gabriele Allen  
15.00 GridSphere - Cactus Thomas Radke  
15.15 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
>
>
14.45 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
15.00 Astrophysics and Grid Computing Gabriele Allen  
15.15 GridSphere - Cactus Thomas Radke  
 
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
16.20 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.35 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas  
16.50 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.05 CosmoGrid B Coghlan  
17.20 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Rainer Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Simulating Proto-Clusters utilising the Austrian Grid Michaela Lechner
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Information for speakers

The workshop will take place in the 'Charter Suite 1'

All speakers are requested to set up their presentations in the break before they will be speaking.

Talks should preferably be in Open Office, Powerpoint, PDF format. There will be wireless internet connectivity available at the OGF.

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

Changed:
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The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.
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The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.
 

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG
Changed:
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On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

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On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

 
  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 21 Apr 2007


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Revision 92007-04-27 - NicholasWalton

 
META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20 - 9th May 2007

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
Deleted:
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11:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holtjes  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
Changed:
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<
14.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas (TBC)  
>
>
14.15 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
 
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
Changed:
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14.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
>
>
14.45 Astrophysics and Grid Computing Gabriele Allen  
 
15.00 GridSphere - Cactus Thomas Radke  
15.15 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
16.20 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
Changed:
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<
16.35 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
>
>
16.35 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas  
 
16.50 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.05 CosmoGrid B Coghlan  
17.20 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Rainer Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Simulating Proto-Clusters utilising the Austrian Grid Michaela Lechner
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close
Added:
>
>

Information for speakers

The workshop will take place in the 'Charter Suite 1'

All speakers are requested to set up their presentations in the break before they will be speaking.

Talks should preferably be in Open Office, Powerpoint, PDF format. There will be wireless internet connectivity available at the OGF.

 

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 21 Apr 2007


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Revision 82007-04-21 - NicholasWalton

 
META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20 - 9th May 2007

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
Added:
>
>
11.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
 
11:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
Changed:
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12.15 LOFAR Holtjes  
>
>
12.15 LOFAR Hanno Holtjes  
 
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas (TBC)  
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
14.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
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15.15 Stellaris Mikael Hogqvist  
 
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
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16.15 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.30 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
16.45 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.00 CosmoGrid Lery  
17.15 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
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16.20 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.35 PlanckGrid and EGEE Giuliano Taffoni  
16.50 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.05 CosmoGrid B Coghlan  
17.20 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Rainer Spurzem  
 
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
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Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


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Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
12.15 LOFAR Holtjes  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas (TBC)  
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
14.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
15.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
15.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
16.15 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.30 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
16.45 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.00 CosmoGrid Lery  
17.15 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Dynamo D. Elstner, AIP (TBC)
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


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Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 Wed 9th May 2007, Manchester, UK

Materials for OGF20 at [TBC]

Early registration closes 16 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

note: draft programme (date confirmed) - talk times subject to change

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
12.15 LOFAR Holtjes  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
14.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
14.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas (TBC)  
Application and Data Interfaces
14.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
14.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
15.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
15.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
16.00 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
16.15 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.30 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
16.45 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.00 CosmoGrid Lery  
17.15 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
Session 4
Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Dynamo D. Elstner, AIP (TBC)
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


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Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
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09:35 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
09.50 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
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10:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
10:40 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
11:00 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
 
Astronomy Case Studies
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10.05 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
10.20 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
10.35 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
10.50 LOFAR Holtjes  
11.00-11.30 COFFEE
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11.20 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
11.40 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
12.00 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
12.15 LOFAR Holtjes  
12.30-14.00 LUNCH
 
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
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14.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas (TBC)  
 
Application and Data Interfaces
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11.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
12.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
12.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
12.30-13.30 LUNCH
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14.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
15.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
15.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
15.30-16.00 COFFEE
 
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
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13.30 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
13.45 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
14.00 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
14.15 CosmoGrid Lery  
14.30 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
14.45 Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton  
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16.15 IAA for the VO Guy Rixon  
16.30 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
16.45 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
17.00 CosmoGrid Lery  
17.15 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
17.30-18.00 COFFEE
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Astronomy Systems in Use
18.00 AstroGrid NicholasWalton
18.15 Dynamo D. Elstner, AIP (TBC)
Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion
18.30 Panel led by Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton to include OGF Group Chairs, discussion to focus on bridging domain specific and generic infrastructure requirements  
19.30 Close
 

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


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META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 May 2007, Manchester, UK

Materials for OGF20 at [TBC]

Early registration closes 17 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

note: draft programme - times subject to change

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
09:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
09:35 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
09.50 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
10.05 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
10.20 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
10.35 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
10.50 LOFAR Holtjes  
11.00-11.30 COFFEE
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
11.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
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11.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Altintas (TBC)  
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11.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Ilkay Altintas (TBC)  
 
Application and Data Interfaces
11.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
11.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
12.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
12.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
12.30-13.30 LUNCH
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
13.30 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
13.45 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
14.00 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
14.15 CosmoGrid Lery  
14.30 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
14.45 Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton  
15.00 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


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META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 May 2007, Manchester, UK

Materials for OGF20 at [TBC]

Early registration closes 17 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

note: draft programme - times subject to change

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
09:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
09:35 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
09.50 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
10.05 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
10.20 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
10.35 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
10.50 LOFAR Holtjes  
11.00-11.30 COFFEE
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
11.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
11.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Altintas (TBC)  
Application and Data Interfaces
11.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
11.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
12.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
12.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
12.30-13.30 LUNCH
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
13.30 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
13.45 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
14.00 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
14.15 CosmoGrid Lery  
14.30 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
14.45 Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton  
15.00 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

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  • Harry Enke, Potsdam, Germany
  • T Roeblitz, Postdam, Germany
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  • Harry Enke, AIP, Potsdam, Germany
  • Thomas Roeblitz, Zuse Institute, Berlin, Germany
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Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 04 Mar 2007


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META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 May 2007, Manchester, UK

Materials for OGF20 at [TBC]

Early registration closes 17 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

note: draft programme - times subject to change

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
09:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
09:35 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
09.50 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
10.05 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
10.20 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
10.35 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
10.50 LOFAR Holtjes  
11.00-11.30 COFFEE
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
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11.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy June Finch (TBC)  
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11.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy Katy Wolstencroft (OMII)  
 
11.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Altintas (TBC)  
Application and Data Interfaces
11.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
11.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
12.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
12.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
12.30-13.30 LUNCH
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
13.30 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
13.45 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
14.00 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
14.15 CosmoGrid Lery  
14.30 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
14.45 Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton  
15.00 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, Potsdam, Germany
  • T Roeblitz, Postdam, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 04 Mar 2007


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Revision 12007-03-04 - NicholasWalton

 
META TOPICPARENT name="AstroRG"

IVOA - OGF Astro-RG Work Shop @ OGF20

Workshop Title

Astronomy @ OGF: Standards and Adoption in Real Systems

@ OGF 20 May 2007, Manchester, UK

Materials for OGF20 at [TBC]

Early registration closes 17 March 2007 - see http://www.ogf.org/OGF20/events_regstrtn_ogf20.php

Agenda and Talks

note: draft programme - times subject to change

Date/Time What Who Talk
 
Session 1
Requirements for Astronomy: the Domain Perspective
09:30 Welcome and Workshop Goals Harry Enke  
09:35 Science drivers for a Virtual Observatory Nic Walton  
09.50 Pervasive Grids for the Astronomy Domain: the view from GIN-CG Erwin Laure  
 
Astronomy Case Studies
10.05 AstroGrid: The UK's VO System Keith Noddle  
10.20 Networks of Robotic Telescopes Rick Hessman  
10.35 AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG)) Harry Enke  
10.50 LOFAR Holtjes  
11.00-11.30 COFFEE
Session 2
Grid Interoperability - Standards in Use
Astronomical Workflows
11.00 Taverna - from Biology to Astronomy June Finch (TBC)  
11.15 Kepler - workflows for the NVO Altintas (TBC)  
Application and Data Interfaces
11.30 AstroRuntime - VO Service Interface Noel Winstanley  
11.45 The Simple API for Grid Applications (SAGA) Gabriele Allen  
12.00 GridSphere - Cactus Radke  
12.15 Stellaris Hoegqvist  
12.30-13.30 LUNCH
Session 3
Operational Virtual Observatory and Grid Services
13.30 The Security Challenge David Chadwick  
13.45 PlanckGrid and EGEE Fabio Pasian  
14.00 VO Services on NaREGI Masatoshi Ohishi  
14.15 CosmoGrid Lery  
14.30 The challenge of large simulations: utilising GRAPE Spurzem  
14.45 Workshop Summary and Next Steps: Discussion Geoffrey Fox and NicholasWalton  
15.00 Close

Workshop organizer names and affiliations

The workshop is jointly organised by AstroGrid and Astro-RG OGF group, and the German AstroGrid-D project.

On behalf of AstroGrid and OGF-Astro-RG

  • Nicholas A Walton, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Neil Chue Hong, EPCC, Scotland (Co-Chair BYTEIO-WG)
  • Dave Chadwick, Kent, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-AUTHZ-WG)
  • Arun Jagatheesan, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair GFS-WG)
  • Erwin Laure, CERN (Co-Chair GIN-CG)
  • Reagan Moore, SDSC, San Diego, USA (Co-Chair PE-RG)
  • Steven Newhouse, OMII, Southampton, UK (Co-Chair OGSA-BES-WG)
  • Mastoshi Ohishi, NAOJ, Tokyo, Japan (Co-Chair Astro-RG)
  • Guy Rixon, IoA, Univ of Cambridge, UK (Chair IVOA Grid-Web Services WG)
  • David Wallom, Oxford, UK (Co-Chair PGS-RG)

Sponsoring Groups:

  • Astronomy Applications Astro-RG
  • Preservation Environments PE-RG
  • Production Grid Services Research Group PGS-RG
  • Grid Interoperability Now Community Group GIN-CG

On behalf of AstroGrid-D (The German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG))

  • Harry Enke, Potsdam, Germany
  • T Roeblitz, Postdam, Germany

Scope and Content

Building upon the first joint International Virtual Astronomy Alliance (IVOA - see http://www.ivoa.net)/ Global Grid Forum (GGF) workshop which was held May 2006 at GGF17 in Tokyo, this workshop will critically assess how Virtual Observatory services in Astronomy are interfacing with, and deployed upon, distributed computing infrastructures on a number of scales, ranging from large scale grids such as TeraGrid, to smaller scale Campus Grids, and locally provided astronomy specific compute infrastructure.

The OGF Astronomy Applications Research Group has analysed key focus areas where utilisation of OGF provided standards are important to the successful deployment of applications and services for the astronomy domain.

This workshop brings together technical and operational leaders and experts from the astronomy domain, and those developing the key standards (e.g. in data, applications, security) such that experience of use in practise can reconciled with developments in those standard areas. The feedback from this exemplar science domain will highlight the opportunities and difficulties presented by take up of OGF standard compliant implementations.

Additionally, this workshop brings together early adopters of Grid technology from astronomic science and prospective users of the community to let them exchange the state of the art in scientific Grid Computing and discuss requirements of Grid middleware for future astronomic scenarios such as the integration of robotic telescopes.


-- NicholasWalton - 04 Mar 2007


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