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Focus

HPC expert Genias Benelux to show its skillful expertise in brandnew website ...

Are billion Euro Flagships the right way to finance innovative areas like graphene, human brain research and quantum computing? ...

Exascale supercomputing

Advanced fusion code led by PPPL selected to participate in Early Science Programmes on three new DOE Office of Science pre-exascale supercomputers ...

Focus on Europe

From robotics to particle physics: Data analytics gets the spotlight in Distinguished Talk series at ISC 2017 ...

A new spin on electronics ...

Data mining tools for personalized cancer treatment ...

Why host HPC in Iceland to tackle Big Data for life sciences at Earlham Insititute ...

Biological experiments become transparent - anywhere, any time ...

Middleware

IBM delivers new platform to help clients address storage challenges at massive scale ...

Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveils most significant 3PAR Flash storage innovations to date ...

Hardware

Tokyo Institute of Technology partners with DDN on Tsubame3.0 to build forward-looking AI and Big Data computing infrastructure ...

Mellanox demonstrates four times improvement in crypto performance with Innova IPsec 40G Ethernet network adapter ...

Supermicro launches BigTwin - the industry's highest performing Twin multi-node system supporting the full range of CPUs, maximum memory and all-flash NVMe ...

Applications

Researchers catch extreme waves with higher-resolution modelling ...

Researchers are creating software to 'clean' large datasets, making it easier for scientists and the public to use Big Data ...

Designing new materials from 'small' data ...

Success by deception ...

DNA computer brings 'intelligent drugs' a step closer ...

'Lossless' metamaterial could boost efficiency of lasers and other light-based devices ...

Perimeter Institute researchers apply machine learning to condensed matter physics ...

When treating brain aneurysms, two isn't always better than one ...

Real-time MRI analysis powered by supercomputers ...

Analyzing data for transportation systems using TACC's Rustler, XSEDE ECSS support ...

NCSA facilitates performance comparisons with China's nr. 1 supercomputer ...

IBM delivers Watson for cyber security to power cognitive security operations centres ...

The Cloud

Optimizing data centre placement and network design to strengthen Cloud computing ...

Dutch start-up solution impacts data centres ...

OpenFog Consortium releases landmark reference architecture for Fog computing ...

IBM brings machine learning to the private Cloud ...

IBM accelerates hybrid Cloud adoption by enabling channel partners to offer VMware solutions ...

Oracle launches Cloud service to help organisations integrate disparate data and drive real-time analytics ...

From robotics to particle physics: Data analytics gets the spotlight in Distinguished Talk series at ISC 2017

16 Feb 2017 Frankfurt - In a continuous effort to diversify topics at the ISC High Performance conference, two of this year's presentations in the Distinguished Talk series will focus on data analytics in manufacturing and scientific applications. The ISC 2017 Distinguished Talk series will offer five talks, spread over June 20 and June 21. The five-day technical programme sessions will be held from June 19 through June 22. Over 3000 attendees are expected at this year's conference.

On Tuesday afternoon, June 20, at 1:45 PM, cybernetics expert, Dr. Sabine Jeschke, who heads the Cybernetics Lab at the RWTH Aachen University, will deliver a talk about "Robots in Crowds - Robots and Clouds". Dr. Jeschke's presentation will be followed by one from physicist Kerstin Tackmann, from the German Electron Synchrotron (DESY) research centre, who will discuss Big Data and machine learning techniques used for the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider.

Dr. Jeschke's research expertise lies in distributed artificial intelligence, robotics, automation, and virtual worlds, among other areas. In her talk, she will discuss new trends in mobile robotic systems, with special emphasis on the relationship between AI, cognitive systems and robotics. She will also present new paradigms for robotic platforms, for example, humanoids, robots on wheels, animal-like robots and industrial robots, with respect to their application areas and their physical realization.

In her abstract , she specifies the need to consider Big Data and its analytics as a critical aspect of robotics. At the same time, Dr. Jeschke also identifies how high performance computing will need to be applied to robotic systems. She will be sharing all of these topics and more with the ISC 2017 audience.

Kerstin Tackmann, who will be speaking immediately after Sabine Jeschke, will give an overview of the ATLAS experiment, with particular attention to its enormous flow of data generated by the ATLAS detectors. She will present some of the experiment's results, and give an overview of the technologies employed to store, search and retrieve experimental data and metadata, including the use of analytics tools and machine learning techniques.

The ATLAS experiment is one of the two multi-purpose experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva. Since ATLAS began collecting data in 2009, it has been used to understand the processes described by the Standard Model of elementary particle physics, identify the Higgs boson, and search for particles and phenomena beyond the Standard Model.

Kerstin Tackmann, who earned her PhD in Physics (experimental particle physics) from the University of Berkeley in California, has been involved in the ATLAS Experiment since 2011. She leads the Helmholtz Young Investigators Group Higgs Physics with Photons, which is a part of the ATLAS group at the DESY centre.

The submission deadline for the Birds-of-a-Feather proposal has been extended to February 22, and the PhD Forum committee will accept new submissions until March 3.

All presenters in the PhD Forum are eligible to receive travel support. The funding is provided by the DFG priority programme 1648 "Software for Exascale Computing" (SPPEXA).

It is the research community's participation in the conference programme that will ultimately contribute to building a productive and diverse conference at ISC 2017 and in return, the contributors will enjoy an excellent platform to discuss their research results and create awareness for their work.
Source: ISC Group

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2017-02-20

Focus

HPC expert Genias Benelux to show its skillful expertise in brandnew website ...

Are billion Euro Flagships the right way to finance innovative areas like graphene, human brain research and quantum computing? ...

Exascale supercomputing

Advanced fusion code led by PPPL selected to participate in Early Science Programmes on three new DOE Office of Science pre-exascale supercomputers ...

Focus on Europe

From robotics to particle physics: Data analytics gets the spotlight in Distinguished Talk series at ISC 2017 ...

A new spin on electronics ...

Data mining tools for personalized cancer treatment ...

Why host HPC in Iceland to tackle Big Data for life sciences at Earlham Insititute ...

Biological experiments become transparent - anywhere, any time ...

Middleware

IBM delivers new platform to help clients address storage challenges at massive scale ...

Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveils most significant 3PAR Flash storage innovations to date ...

Hardware

Tokyo Institute of Technology partners with DDN on Tsubame3.0 to build forward-looking AI and Big Data computing infrastructure ...

Mellanox demonstrates four times improvement in crypto performance with Innova IPsec 40G Ethernet network adapter ...

Supermicro launches BigTwin - the industry's highest performing Twin multi-node system supporting the full range of CPUs, maximum memory and all-flash NVMe ...

Applications

Researchers catch extreme waves with higher-resolution modelling ...

Researchers are creating software to 'clean' large datasets, making it easier for scientists and the public to use Big Data ...

Designing new materials from 'small' data ...

Success by deception ...

DNA computer brings 'intelligent drugs' a step closer ...

'Lossless' metamaterial could boost efficiency of lasers and other light-based devices ...

Perimeter Institute researchers apply machine learning to condensed matter physics ...

When treating brain aneurysms, two isn't always better than one ...

Real-time MRI analysis powered by supercomputers ...

Analyzing data for transportation systems using TACC's Rustler, XSEDE ECSS support ...

NCSA facilitates performance comparisons with China's nr. 1 supercomputer ...

IBM delivers Watson for cyber security to power cognitive security operations centres ...

The Cloud

Optimizing data centre placement and network design to strengthen Cloud computing ...

Dutch start-up solution impacts data centres ...

OpenFog Consortium releases landmark reference architecture for Fog computing ...

IBM brings machine learning to the private Cloud ...

IBM accelerates hybrid Cloud adoption by enabling channel partners to offer VMware solutions ...

Oracle launches Cloud service to help organisations integrate disparate data and drive real-time analytics ...