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2012 IEEE 8th International Conference on E-Science (2006)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dec. 4, 2006 to Dec. 6, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2734-5
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Plenary

Benefits of e-Science for the Physiome Project (PDF)

P. Hunter , University of Auckland, New Zealand
pp. 1

Grid Enabling Data De-Duplication (Abstract)

Sujeewa Alwis , Cybula Ltd. IT Centre, UK
Aaron Turner , University of York, UK
Jim Austin , University of York, UK
pp. 2

Emerging Technologies and Applications for e-Science (PDF)

E. Seidel , Louisiana State University, USA
pp. 3

Grid Based Flood Prediction Virtual Organization (Abstract)

Marian Babik , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Martin Maliska , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Ondrej Habala , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Branislav Simo , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Jan Astalos , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Ladislav Hluchy , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Viet Tran , Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
pp. 4

e-Infrastructures for e-Science (PDF)

F. Gagliardi , Microsoft Corporation, USA
pp. 8

From Bioinformatics towards e-Bioscience (PDF)

L.O. Hertzberger , Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands
pp. 9
Session 1 on Workflows and Knowledge Management

Designing Workflow Components for e-Science (Abstract)

Frank Terpstra , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Pieter Adriaans , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
pp. 10

VLE-WFBus: A Scientific Workflow Bus for Multi e-Science Domains (Abstract)

Cees de Laat , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Suresh Booms , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Bob Hertzberger , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Zhiming Zhao , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Adam Belloum , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
pp. 11

Semantic Composition of Scientific Workflows Based on the Petri Nets Formalism (Abstract)

Daniel Herezlak , Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET, Poland
Marian Bubak , Institute of Computer Science AGH, Poland
Tomasz Gubala , Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET, Poland
Maciej Malawski , Institute of Computer Science AGH, Poland
pp. 12

Using High-Level Petri Nets for Hierarchical Grid Workflows (Abstract)

Sergei Gorlatch , University of Muenster, Germany
Andreas Hoheisel , Fraunhofer FIRST, Germany
Hans-Werner Pohl , Fraunhofer FIRST, Germany
Martin Alt , University of Muenster, Germany
pp. 13
Session 2 on Workflows and Knowledge Management

Managing Large-Scale Workflow Execution from Resource Provisioning to Provenance Tracking: The CyberShake Example (Abstract)

Gaurang Mehta , USC Information Sciences Institute, USA
Edward Field , University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
Thomas H. Jordan , US Geological Survey, USA
Scott Callaghan , US Geological Survey, USA
Hunter Francoeur , US Geological Survey, USA
Karan Vahi , USC Information Sciences Institute, USA
Vipin Gupta , US Geological Survey, USA
Robert Graves , URS Corporation, USA
Li Zhao , US Geological Survey, USA
Nitin Gupta , US Geological Survey, USA
David Okaya , US Geological Survey, USA
Ewa Deelman , USC Information Sciences Institute, USA
Philip Maechling , US Geological Survey, USA
Carl Kesselman , USC Information Sciences Institute, USA
John Mehringer , US Geological Survey, USA
pp. 14

K-WfGrid Distributed Monitoring and Performance Analysis Services for Workflows in the Grid (Abstract)

Marian Bubak , Institute of Computer Science, AGH, Poland
Kuba Rozkwitalski , Institute of Computer Science, AGH, Poland
Peter Brunner , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Francesco Nerieri , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Robert Samborski , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Hong-Linh Truong , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Thomas Fahringer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Bartosz Balis , Institute of Computer Science, AGH, Poland
pp. 15

Grid Organizational Memory: A Versatile Solution for Ontology Management in the Grid (Abstract)

Bartosz Kryza , ACC Cyfronet-AGH, Poland
Jacek Kitowski , AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland; ACC Cyfronet-AGH, Poland
Jan Pieczykolan , ACC Cyfronet-AGH, Poland
pp. 16

Workflow-Driven Ontologies: An Earth Sciences Case Study (Abstract)

Ann Q. Gates , The University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Leonardo Salayandia , The University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Paulo Pinheiro da Silva , The University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Flor Salcedo , The University of Texas at El Paso, USA
pp. 17
Session 3 on Workflows and Knowledge Management

Kalipy: A Tool for Online Performance Analysis of Grid Workflows through Event Correlation (Abstract)

Thomas Fahringer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Francesco Nerieri , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Radu Prodan , University of Innsbruck, Austria
pp. 18

Interactive Workflows in a Virtual Laboratory for e-Bioscience: The SigWin-Detector Tool for Gene Expression Analysis (Abstract)

Adam S.Z. Belloum , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Dmitry Vasunin , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Marco Roos , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Marcia A. Inda , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
L.O. Hertzberger , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Timo M. Breit , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Cees de Laat , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
pp. 19

Adapting and Evaluating Commercial Workflow Engines for e-Science (Abstract)

Glenn Wasson , University of Virginia, USA
Sharanya Eswaran , University of Virginia, USA
David Del Vecchio , University of Virginia, USA
Marty Humphrey , University of Virginia, USA
pp. 20

Communication over a Secured Heterogeneous Grid with the GriddLeS Runtime Environment (Abstract)

Jefferson Tan , Monash University, Australia
Jagan Kommineni , Monash University, Australia
David Abramson , Monash University, Australia
pp. 21
Session 1 on Virtual Organizations

Supporting Decentralized, Security Focused Dynamic Virtual Organizations across the Grid (Abstract)

J. Watt , University of Glasgow, UK
T.A. Nguyen , University of Kent, UK
O. Otenko , University of Kent, UK
J. Koetsier , University of Edinburgh, UK
D.W. Chadwick , University of Kent, UK
R.O. Sinnott , University of Glasgow, UK
pp. 22

CROWN-ST: A Security and Trustworthiness Architecture for CROWN (Abstract)

Qin Li , Beihang University, China
Chunming Hu , Beihang University, China
Xingang Liu , Beihang University, China
Jianxin Li , Beihang University, China
Jinpeng Huai , Beihang University, China
pp. 23

Domain Based Access Control Model for Distributed Collaborative Applications (Abstract)

Yuri Demchenko , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Cees de Laat , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Rene van Buuren , Telematica Institute, the Netherlands
Leon Gommans , University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
pp. 24

A European Legal Approach to Grid Computing (Abstract)

Jos Dumortier , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Nikolaos Volanis , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
pp. 25
Session 2 on Virtual Organizations

TOWER: Practical Trust Negotiation Framework for Grids (Abstract)

Jinpeng Huai , Beihang University, China
Wei Xue , Beihang University, China
Jianxin Li , Beihang University, China
Yanmin Zhu , Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
Jie Xu , University of Leeds, UK
pp. 26

Job Failure Analysis and Its Implications in a Large-Scale Production Grid (Abstract)

Hui Li , Leiden University, The Netherlands
David Groep , National Institute for Nuclear and High Energy Physics (NIKHEF), The Netherlands
Lex Wolters , Leiden University, The Netherlands
Jeff Templon , National Institute for Nuclear and High Energy Physics (NIKHEF), The Netherlands
pp. 27

Introducing Risk Management into the Grid (Abstract)

Karim Djemame , University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Georg Birkenheuer , University of Paderborn, Germany
Kerstin Vo? , University of Paderborn, Germany
Odej Kao , University of Paderborn, Germany
James Padgett , University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Matthias Hovestadt , University of Paderborn, Germany
Iain Gourlay , University of Leeds, United Kingdom
pp. 28

Authorizing Remote Job Execution Based on Job Properties (Abstract)

Marty Humphrey , University of Virginia, USA
Sang-Min Park , University of Virginia, USA
Glenn Wasson , University of Virginia, USA
pp. 29
Session 1 on e-Science Applications

Grid-Based Data Stream Processing in e-Science (Abstract)

Wolfgang Voges , Max-Planck-Institut fur extraterrestrische Physik, Germany
Tobias Scholl , Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
Alfons Kemper , Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
Sebastian Huber , Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
Gerard Lemson , Max-Planck-Institut fur extraterrestrische Physik, Germany
Angelika Reiser , Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
Hans-Martin Adorf , Max-Planck-Institut fur Astrophysik, Germany
Richard Kuntschke , Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
pp. 30

Integrating Data Grid and Web Services for E-Science Applications: A Case Study of Exploring Species Distributions (Abstract)

Deana D. Pennington , the University of New Mexico, USA
Jing Tao , UC Santa Barbara, USA
Jianting Zhang , the University of New Mexico, USA
William K. Michener , the University of New Mexico, USA
Ilkay Altintas , UC San Diego, USA
Xianhua Liu , the University of North Carolina, USA
pp. 31

Automating Climate Science: Large Ensemble Simulations on the TeraGrid with the GriPhyN Virtual Data System (Abstract)

Zhengyu Liu , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Gaurang Mehta , University of Southern California, USA
Karan Vahi , University of Southern California, USA
Ewa Deelman , University of Southern California, USA
Yun Liu , University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Ian Foster , Argonne National Laboratory; University of Chicago, USA
Mei-Hui Su , University of Southern California, USA
Robert Jacob , Argonne National Laboratory
Veronika Nefedova , Argonne National Laboratory
pp. 32

How Open is e-Science? (Abstract)

Paul A. David , Oxford Internet Institute, UK
Ralph Schroeder , Oxford Internet Institute, UK
Matthijs den Besten , Oxford e-Research Centre, UK
pp. 33
Session on e-Science Applications and Workflows and Knowledge Management

Presenting Scientific Legacy Programs as Grid Services via Program Synthesis (Abstract)

Thomas Fahringer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Jurgen Hofer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
pp. 34

Achievements and Experiences from a Grid-Based Earthquake Analysis and Modelling Study (Abstract)

Yike Guo , Imperial College, UK
Moustafa Ghanem , Imperical College, UK
Jian Guo Liu , Imperial College, UK
Gareth Morgan , Imperial College, London
Kyran Mish , University of Oklahoma, USA
Christian Haselwimmer , Imperial College, UK
Vasa Curcin , Imperial College, UK
pp. 35

A Unified Model of Batch and Interactive Scientific Workflow and Its Implementation Using Windows Workflow (Abstract)

Asbjorn Rygg , Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Jiro Sumitomo , Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Paul Roe , Queensland University of Technology, Australia
pp. 36

Knowledge Evolution Supporting Automatic Workflow Composition (Abstract)

Renata Slota , AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Jacek Kitowski , AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland; CYFRONET-AGH, Poland
Bartosz Kryza , CYFRONET-AGH, Poland
Joanna Zieba , AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
pp. 37

GRISINO: Combining Semantic Web Services, Intelligent Content Objects and Grid Computing (Abstract)

Wernher Behrendt , Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft, Austria
Omair Shafiq , Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Austria
Tobias Burger , Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Austria
Dieter Fensel , Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Austria
Daniel Doegl , UMA Information Technology GmbH, Austria
Ioan Toma , Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Austria
pp. 39
Session 3 on Virtual Organizations

Using Lambda Networks to Enhance Performance of Interactive Large Simulations (Abstract)

Shantenu Jha , University College London, UK
Mary-Ann Thyveetil , University College London, UK
Peter Coveney , University College London, UK
Matt Harvey , Imperial College London, UK
pp. 40

A Synchronous Multimedia Annotation System for Secure Collaboratories (Abstract)

Jonathon Guerin , The University of Queensland, Australia
Ronald Schroeter , The University of Queensland, Australia
Imran Khan , The University of Queensland, Australia
Michael Henderson , The University of Queensland, Australia
Jane Hunter , The University of Queensland, Australia
pp. 41

The Design and Implementation of the Transatlantic Mission-Oriented Production and Experimental Networks (Abstract)

Dimitri Bourilkov , University of Florida, USA
Harvey Newman , California Institute of Technology, USA
Richard Cavanaugh , University of Florida, USA
Frank van Lingen , California Institute of Technology, USA
Steven Low , California Institute of Technology, USA
Iosif Legrand , California Institute of Technology, USA
Dan Nae , California Institute of Technology, USA
Michael Thomas , California Institute of Technology, USA
Julian Bunn , California Institute of Technology, USA
Xun Su , California Institute of Technology, USA
Yang Xia , California Institute of Technology, USA
Sylvain Ravot , California Institute of Technology, USA
Conrad Steenberg , California Institute of Technology, USA
Shawn McKee , University of Michigan, USA
pp. 42

User Programmable Virtualized Networks (Abstract)

Cees de Laat , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Rudolf J. Strijkers , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Leon Gommans , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Robert J. Meijer , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; TNO ICT, The Netherlands
pp. 43
Session 1 on Frameworks for e-Science

A Distributed Information Services Architecture to Support Biomarker Discovery in Early Detection of Cancer (Abstract)

Chris Mattmann , California Institute of Technology, USA; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
Sudhir Srivastava , National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health, USA
Daniel Crichton , California Institute of Technology, USA
William Bigbee , University of Pittsburg, USA
Mark Thornquist , Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, USA
Qing Xiao , California Institute of Technology, USA
Sean Kelly , California Institute of Technology, USA
Laura Essermann , University of California, San Francisco, USA
J. Steven Hughes , California Institute of Technology, USA
Donald Johnsey , National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health, USA
Jane Oh , California Institute of Technology, USA
pp. 44

GridBeans: Support e-Science and Grid Applications (Abstract)

S. Lanzarini , CINECA, Italy
Daniel Mallmann , Central Institute of Applied Mathematics Research Centre Juelich, Germany
Alexander Lukichev , Intel Corporation
A. Vanni , CINECA, Italy
Gert Ohme , T-Systems Corporation
Piotr Bala , Warsaw University, Poland
Ralf Ratering , Intel Corporation
M. Borcz , Torun Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland
K. Benedyczak , Torun Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland
R. Kluszcynski , Torun Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland
Morris Riedel , Central Institute of Applied Mathematics Research Centre Juelich, Germany
C. Cacciari , CINECA, Italy
pp. 45

Grid-Based System for Product Design Optimization (Abstract)

Tomasz Haupt , Mississippi State University, USA
Anupama Voruganti , Mississippi State University, USA
Igor Zhuk , Mississippi State University, USA
Anand Kalyanasundaram , Mississippi State University, USA
pp. 46

A Flexible Grid Framework for Automatic Protein-Ligand Docking (Abstract)

Kim K. Baldridge , University of Zurich, Switzerland
Laura Berstis , San Diego Supercomputing Center, USA
Celine Amoreira , University of Zurich, Switzerland
David Abramson , Monash University, Australia
Tom Peachey , Monash University, Australia
Chris Kondrick , San Diego Supercomputing Center, USA
pp. 47
Session 2 on Frameworks for e-Science

Grid Support for HLA-Based Collaborative Environment for Vascular Reconstruction (Abstract)

Peter Sloot , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Marian Bubak , AGH, CYFRONET, Poland
Maciej Malawski , AGH, CYFRONET, Poland
Katarzyna Rycerz , AGH, CYFRONET, Poland
pp. 48

A Fault Tolerant and Multi-Paradigm Grid Architecture for Time Constrained Problems. Application to Option Pricing in Finance. (Abstract)

Francoise Baude , Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
Sebastien Bezzine , Supelec, France
Virginie Galtier , Supelec, France
Viet Dung Doan , Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
Mireille Bossy , Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
Stephane Vialle , Supelec, France
Ludovic Henrio , Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
pp. 49

Facilitating User Access to the Grid: A Lightweight Application Hosting Environment for Grid Enabled Computational Science (Abstract)

S.J. Zasada , University College London, UK
R. Saksena , University College London, UK
S. Pickles , The University of Manchester, UK
P.V. Coveney , University College London, UK
M. Mc Keown , The University of Manchester, UK
pp. 50

Worqbench: An Integrated Framework for e-Science Application Development (Abstract)

Donny Kurniawan , Monash University, Australia
David Abramson , Monash University, Australia
pp. 51
Session 3 on Frameworks for e-Science

A Unified Data Grid Replication Framework (Abstract)

David Abramson , Monash University, Australia
Tim Ho , Monash University, Australia
pp. 52

Virtual Lab for fMRI: Bridging the Usability Gap (Abstract)

Ketan Maheshwari , University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Piter T. de Boer , University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Silvia D. Olabarriaga , University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Adam Belloum , University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Maurice Bouwhuis , SARA Computing and Networking Services, Netherlands
Aart J. Nederveen , University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jeroen G. Snel , University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
pp. 53

Towards User-Defined Performance Monitoring of Distributed Java Applications (Abstract)

Wlodzimierz Funika , AGH, Poland
Piotr Pegiel , AGH, Poland
Marian Bubak , AGH, Poland; ACK CYFRONET AGH, Poland
Piotr Godowski , AGH, Poland
pp. 54

X-SIGMA: XML Based Simple Data Integration System for Gathering, Managing, and Accessing Scientific Experimental Data in Grid Environments (Abstract)

Kum Won Cho , Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea
Suntae Hwang , Kookmin University, Korea
Dongkwang Kim , Konkuk University, Korea
Karpjoo Jeong , Konkuk University, Korea
pp. 55

Distributing the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Using UDT and Sector (Abstract)

Ani Thakar , The Johns Hopkins University, USA
Yunhong Gu , University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Alex Szalay , The Johns Hopkins University, USA
Robert L. Grossman , University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
pp. 56

Practical Fault-Tolerant Framework for eScience Infrastructure (Abstract)

Hyuck Han , Seoul National University, Korea
Heon Y. Yeom , Seoul National University, Korea
Young Jin Yu , Seoul National University, Korea
Kiyoung Kim , Seoul National University, Korea
Jai Wug Kim , Seoul National University, Korea
Jongpil Lee , Seoul National University, Korea
pp. 57
Session 4 on Frameworks for e-Science

Grid Approach to Embarrassingly Parallel CPU-Intensive Bioinformatics Problems (Abstract)

Laurent Falquet , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Vital-IT, Switzerland
Lorenzo Cerutti , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Vital-IT, Switzerland
Marco Pagni , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Vital-IT, Switzerland
Heinz Stockinger , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Vital-IT, Switzerland
pp. 58

Information Delivery in Computational Mineral Science: The eMinerals Data Handling System (Abstract)

Martin T. Dove , Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Arnaud Marmier , University of Bath, United Kingdom
Rik P. Tyer , Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom
Dan J. Wilson , J.W. Goethe-Universitat, Germany
Kat F. Austen , Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Emilio Artacho , Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Philip A. Couch , Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom
Steve C. Parker , University of Bath, United Kingdom
Ilian T. Todorov , Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom
Andrew D. Walkingshaw , University Chemical Laboratory, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Toby O.H. White , Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Peter Murray-Rust , University Chemical Laboratory, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Richard P. Bruin , Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Andrew M. Walker , Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
pp. 59

Including SMP in Grids as Execution Platform and Other Extensions in GRID Superscalar (Abstract)

Jesus Labarta , Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
Josep M. Perez , Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
Rosa M. Badia , Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
pp. 60

Satin++: Divide-and-Share on the Grid (Abstract)

Kees Verstoep , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jason Maassen , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Henri E. Bal , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gosia Wrzesinska , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
pp. 61

GriCoL: A Language for Scientific Grids (Abstract)

Panagiotis Adamidis , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Jurgen Pleiss , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Michael Resch , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Fabian Bos , University of Stuttgart, Germany
Natalia Currle-Linde , University of Stuttgart, Germany
pp. 62
Session on Frameworks for e-Science and Resource Discovery

A Discovery Service for Very Large, Dynamic Grids (Abstract)

Jaka Mocnik , XLab d.o.o., Slovenia
Gregor Pipan , XLab d.o.o., Slovenia
Piotr Karwaczynski , Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Marko Novak , XLab d.o.o., Slovenia
pp. 63

RCT: A Self-Adaptive Overlay for Efficient Computational Resource Discovery in Grid Systems (Abstract)

Yunhao Liu , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Gongwei Fu , Beihang University, China
Hailong Sun , Beihang University, China
Jinpeng Huai , Beihang University, China
pp. 64

Towards a Framework for Monitoring and Analyzing QoS Metrics of Grid Services (Abstract)

Robert Samborski , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Hong-Linh Truong , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Thomas Fahringer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
pp. 65

ServOSims: A Service Oriented Framework for Composing and Executing Multidisciplinary Simulations (Abstract)

Yiannis Cotronis , National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Evangelos Floros , National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
pp. 66

Building Simple, Easy-to-Use Grids with Styx Grid Services and SSH (Abstract)

J.D. Blower , University of Reading, United Kingdom
K. Haines , University of Reading, United Kingdom
pp. 67

Facilitating Collaboration and Application Sharing with MAST and the Access Grid Development Infrastructures (Abstract)

Vassil N Alexandrov , University of Reading, UK
S Mehmood Hasan , University of Reading, UK
Gareth Lewis , University of Reading, UK
Martin T Dove , University of Cambridge, UK
pp. 68
Session on Resource Discovery

Monitoring the Earth System Grid with MDS4 (Abstract)

Shishir Bharathi , University of Southern California, USA
Jennifer M. Schopf , Argonne National Laboratory; The University of Chicago, USA; University of Edinburgh, UK
Laura Pearlman , University of Southern California, USA
Luca Cinquini , National Center for Atmospheric Research
Neill Miller , Argonne National Laboratory; The University of Chicago, USA
Ann Chervenak , University of Southern California, USA
Mei-Hui Su , University of Southern California, USA
David Bernholdt , Oak Ride National Laboratory
Mike D'Arcy , University of Southern California, USA
pp. 69

Characterization of Computational Grid Resources Using Low-Level Benchmarks (Abstract)

Marios D. Dikaiakos , University of Cyprus, Cyprus
George Tsouloupas , University of Cyprus, Cyprus
pp. 70

Soft Benchmarks-Based Application Performance Prediction Using a Minimum Training Set (Abstract)

Farrukh Nadeem , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Thomas Fahringer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Muhammad Murtaza Yousaf , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Radu Prodan , University of Innsbruck, Austria
pp. 71

An Adaptive Algorithm for Information Dissemination in Self-Organizing Grids (Abstract)

Nael B. Abu-Ghazaleh , State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, USA
Deger Cenk Erdil , State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, USA
Michael J. Lewis , State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, USA
pp. 72
Session on Resource Reservation and Virtual Organizations

Using Checkpointing to Enhance Turnaround Time on Institutional Desktop Grids (Abstract)

Patricio Domingues , Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal
Luis Moura Silva , Univ. Coimbra, Portugal
Artur Andrzejak , Zuse-Institute Berlin, Germany
pp. 73

Resource Management Using Untrusted Auctioneers in a Grid Economy (Abstract)

Kris Bubendorfer , Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Wayne Thomson , Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
pp. 74

ShibGrid: Shibboleth Access for the UK National Grid Service (Abstract)

David Spence , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Rob Allan , CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory, UK
Neil Geddes , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Matthew Viljoen , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
David Wallom , University of Oxford, UK
Anne Trefethen , University of Oxford, UK
Mark Norman , University of Oxford, UK
Kang Tang , University of Oxford, UK
Andrew Richards , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Andrew Martin , University of Oxford, UK
Jens Jensen , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Matthew Dovey , University of Oxford, UK
David Meredith , CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory, UK
pp. 75

A DHT-Based Infrastructure for Sharing Checkpoints in Desktop Grid Computing (Abstract)

Filipe Araujo , University of Coimbra, Portugal
Patricio Domingues , Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal
Luis Moura Silva , University of Coimbra, Portugal
pp. 76

GridBuilder: A Tool for Creating Virtual Grid Testbeds (Abstract)

Brian Coghlan , Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Jason McCandless , Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Stephen Childs , Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
pp. 77
Session on Resource Reservation

On Resource Volatility in Enterprise Desktop Grids (Abstract)

Franck Cappello , Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique/INRIA Futurs
Henri Casanova , University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA
Derrick Kondo , Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique/INRIA Futurs
Andrew A. Chien , Intel Research
Gilles Fedak , Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique/INRIA Futurs
pp. 78

Communication-Aware Job Placement Policies for the KOALA Grid Scheduler (Abstract)

Hashim Mohamed , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Dick Epema , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Ozan Sonmez , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
pp. 79

Market-Based Resource Allocation in Grids (Abstract)

S. Vassiliadis , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
G.M. Kandru , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
K. Bertels , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
B. Pourebrahimi , Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
pp. 80

Fine Grained Resource Reservation in Open Grid Economies (Abstract)

Kris Bubendorfer , Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
pp. 81
Session on Resource Reservation and Scheduling

Applying Advance Reservation to Increase Predictability of Workflow Execution on the Grid (Abstract)

Radu Prodan , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Marek Wieczorek , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Mumtaz Siddiqui , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Alex Villazon , University of Innsbruck, Austria
Thomas Fahringer , University of Innsbruck, Austria
pp. 82

Provisioning and Scheduling Resources for World-Wide Data-Sharing Services (Abstract)

Pawel Garbacki , Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
D.H.J. Epema , Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Alexandru Iosup , Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
pp. 84

Extending a Resource Broker for Advance Reservation and Charging (Abstract)

Dean Kuo , University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Marco Fargetta , Universita di Catania, Italy
Donal Fellows , University of Manchester, United Kingdom
pp. 85
Session on Scheduling

Capacity Planning and Stochastic Scheduling in Large-Scale Grids (Abstract)

John Darlington , Imperial College London, UK
Ali Afzal , Imperial College London, UK
A. Stephen McGough , Imperial College London, UK
pp. 86

Reusable Cost-Based Scheduling of Grid Workflows Operating on Higher-Order Components (Abstract)

S. Gorlatch , The University of Munster, Germany
J. Dunnweber , The University of Munster, Germany
C.L. Dumitrescu , Technical University of Delft, Netherlands
D.H.J. Epema , Technical University of Delft, Netherlands
pp. 87

The Effectiveness of Threshold-Based Scheduling Policies in BOINC Projects (Abstract)

David P. Anderson , University of California at Berkeley, USA
Andre Kerstens , University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Michela Taufer , University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Patricia J. Teller , University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Trilce Estrada , University of Texas at El Paso, USA
David A. Flores , University of Texas at El Paso, USA
pp. 88

DIANA Scheduling Hierarchies for Optimizing Bulk Job Scheduling (Abstract)

Omer Alvi , National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Khawar Hasham , National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Arshad Ali , National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Ian Willers , CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research, Switzerland
Richard McClatchey , University of the West of England, UK
Muhammad Sagheer , National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Michael Thomas , California Institute of Technology, USA
Ashiq Anjum , University of the West of England, UK; National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Heinz Stockinger , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland
pp. 89

Economy-Based Data Replication Broker (Abstract)

J.H. Abawajy , Deakin University, Australia
Henry Lin , The University of Melbourne, Australia
Rajkumar Buyya , The University of Melbourne, Australia
pp. 90
Main Track Poster Session

DESHL--Standards Based Access to a Heterogeneous European Supercomputing Infrastructure (Abstract)

M. Illingworth , The University of Edinburgh, UK
R. Menday , ZAM, FZJ, Germany
A.S. Trew , The University of Edinburgh, UK
T.P. Seed , The University of Edinburgh, UK
T.M. Sloan , The University of Edinburgh, UK
pp. 91

An Extensible Service Development Toolkit to Support Earth Science Grids (Abstract)

Matthew Woitaszek , University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Henry M. Tufo , University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; National Center for Atmospheric Research
Jason Cope , University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
pp. 92

WISENT: e-Science for Energy Meteorology (Abstract)

Jan Ploski , OFFIS, Germany
Gerhard Gesell , German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany
Ludger Bischofs , OFFIS, Germany
Detlev Heinemann , University of Oldenburg, Germany
Thomas Scheidsteger , University of Oldenburg, Germany
Wilhelm Hasselbring , University of Oldenburg, Germany
Christoph Mayer , OFFIS, Germany
Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt , German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany
Johannes Hurka , University of Oldenburg, Germany
Guido Scherp , OFFIS, Germany
Carsten Hoyer-Klick , German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany
Thilo Erbertseder , German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany
Jochen Rehwinkel , meteocontrol GmbH, Germany
Sina Lohmann , German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany
Stefan Rensberg , meteocontrol GmbH, Germany
Gerd Heilscher , meteocontrol GmbH, Germany
pp. 93

The National Grid Service of the UK (Abstract)

Neil Geddes , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
pp. 94

Computational Grids for Mid-Sized Collaborative Projects: The eMinerals Experience (Abstract)

Z. Du , Birkbeck College, UK
N. de Leeuw , Birkbeck College, UK
R.P. Bruin , University of Cambridge, UK
J.P. Brodholt , University College London, UK
M. Alfredsson , University College London, UK
K. Kleese van Dam , CCLRC, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
G.J. Lewis , University of Reading, UK
R.J. Allan , CCLRC, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
M. Calleja , University of Cambridge, UK
V. Alexandrov , University of Reading, UK
A. Marmier , University of Bath, UK
E. Artacho , University of Cambridge, UK
M.T. Dove , University of Cambridge, UK
T.O.H. White , University of Cambridge, UK
M.G. Tucker , University of Cambridge, UK
P.A. Couch , CCLRC, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
A.M. Walker , University of Cambridge, UK
I.T. Todorov , CCLRC, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
C.R.A. Catlow , Royal Institution, UK
R.P. Tyer , CCLRC, Daresbury Laboratory, UK
C. Chapman , University College London, UK
W. Emmerich , University College London, UK
M.O. Blanchard , Royal Institution, UK
K.F. Austen , University of Cambridge, UK
P. Murray-Rust , University of Cambridge, UK
S.C. Parker , University of Bath, UK
L.A. Sullivan , University of Cambridge, UK
pp. 95

Grid-Enabled Workflows for Industrial Product Design (Abstract)

Moustafa Ghanem , InforSense Ltd, UK
Mike Boniface , University of Southampton, UK
Justin Ferris , University of Southampton, UK
Nabeel Azam , InforSense Ltd, UK
pp. 96
Workshop on Innovative and Collaborative Problem Solving Environment (PSE) in Distributed Resources

Jylab: A System for Portable Scientific Computing over Distributed Platforms (Abstract)

Giorgos Kollias , University of Patras, Greece
Efstratios Gallopoulos , University of Patras, Greece
pp. 97

Mathematical Modeling Support in a Distributed Problem Solving Environment for Scientific Computing (Abstract)

Takayuki Teramoto , Tsuyama National College of Technology, Japan
Shigeo Kawata , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Yoshikazu Hayase , Toyama National College of Maritime Technology, Japan
Yuichi Saitoh , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Hideaki Sugiura , Utsunomiya University, Japan
pp. 98

Automatic Viewpoint Selection for a Visualization I/F in a PSE (Abstract)

Kazuki Joe , Nara Women's University, Japan
Masami Takata , Nara Women's University, Japan
Machiko Nakagawa , Nara Women's University, Japan
pp. 100

Computational Engineering on the Grid: Crafting a Distributed Virtual Reactor (Abstract)

I.V. Morozov , Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
P.M.A. Sloot , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Y.E. Gorbachev , St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia
V.V. Korkhov , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia
D.J. Groen , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
I.A. Valuev , Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
V.V. Krzhizhanovskaya , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia
A. Tirado-Ramos , University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
N.V. Malyshkin , Russian Academy of Science, Russia
I.V. Shoshmina , St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia; Institute for High-Performance Computing and Information Systems, Russia
pp. 101

Design and Implementation of NAREGI Problem Solving Environment for Large-Scale Science Grid (Abstract)

Hiroyuki Kanazawa , Fujitsu Limited, Japan; Kanazawa University, Japan
Hitohide Usami , National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Yasuyoshi Itou , Fujitsu Limited, Japan
Shigeo Kawata , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Yoshikazu Hayase , Toyama National College of Maritime Technology, Japan
Motohiro Yamada , Fujitsu Limited, Japan
Yutaka Miyahara , Fujitsu Limited, Japan
pp. 102

LabGrid: Integrated Problem Solving Environment System for High Throughput Computing (Abstract)

Makoto Takeda , Kanazawa University, Japan
Yoshinori Kato , Kanazawa University, Japan
Takashige Oroguchi , NovusGene Inc.
Yoshio Tago , Kanazawa University, Japan
Young Jun Choi , Kanazawa University, Japan
pp. 103

Clayworks: A System for Collaborative Real-Time Modeling and High-Performance Simulation (Abstract)

Martin Alt , University of Munster, Germany
Sergei Gorlatch , University of Munster, Germany
Jan Dunnweber , University of Munster, Germany
Jens Muller , University of Munster, Germany
pp. 104

A Middleware Framework for Maximum Likelihood Evaluation over Dynamic Grids (Abstract)

John Cummings , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Wei-Jen Wang , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Carlos A. Varela , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Kaoutar El Maghraoui , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Boleslaw K. Szymanski , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Jim Napolitano , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
pp. 105

Grid Enabled Problem Solving Environments for Text Categorization (Abstract)

Suge Wang , Shanghai University, China
Jian Mei , Shanghai University, China
Wu Zhang , Shanghai University, China
pp. 106

The Datacrossing DSS: A Data-GRID Based Decision Support System for Groundwater Management (Abstract)

Alessandro Mazzella , University of Cagliari
Ernesto Bonomi , CRS4(Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia), Italy
Simone Manca , CRS4(Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia), Italy
Pierluigi Cau , CRS4(Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia), Italy
pp. 107

Performance of Grid-Based PDE.Mart (Abstract)

Guoyong Mao , Shanghai University of Electric Power, China
Wu Zhang , Shanghai University, China
Mo Mu , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Xiaobin Zhang , Shanghai University, China
pp. 108

Scientific Simulation Execution Support on a Closed Distributed Computer Environment (Abstract)

Hideaki Fuju , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Motohiro Yamada , Fujitsu Limited, Japan
Yuichi Saitoh , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Hiroyuki Kanazawa , Fujitsu Limited, Japan
Shigeo Kawata , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Yoshikazu Hayase , Toyama National College of Maritime Technology, Japan
Takashi Kikuchi , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Hitohide Usami , National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Hideaki Sugiura , Utsunomiya University, Japan
Yutaka Miyahara , Fujitsu Limited, Japan
pp. 109

Grid Service Platform: Design and Implementation of Grid Middleware for Telecom Carriers (Abstract)

Miho Murata , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Atsushi Kubota , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Akira Asato , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Taketoshi Yoshida , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Hiromichi Kobashi , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Nobutaka Imamura , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Haruyasu Ueda , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Yoshimasa Kadooka , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
Soichi Shigeta , Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
pp. 110
Workshop on Biologically-inspired Optimisation Methods for Parallel and Distributed Architectures: Algorithms, Systems and Applications

Dynamic Problems and Nature Inspired Meta-Heuristics (Abstract)

Tim Hendtlass , Swinburne University, Australia
Irene Moser , Swinburne University, Australia
Marcus Randall , Bond University, Australia
pp. 111

Using the Multi-Start and Island Models for Parallel Multi-Objective Optimization on the Computational Grid (Abstract)

M. Mezmaz , Universite des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France
N. Melab , Universite des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France
E-G. Talbi , Universite des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France
pp. 112

Robust Handling of Multiple Multi-Objective Optimisations (Abstract)

Markus Vincze , Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Wolfgang Ponweiser , Vienna University of Technology, Austria
pp. 113

An Extended Extremal Optimisation Model for Parallel Architectures (Abstract)

Marcus Randall , Bond University, Australia
Andrew Lewis , Griffith University, Australia
pp. 114

Niching for Population-Based Ant Colony Optimization (Abstract)

Daniel Angus , Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
pp. 115

Hybrid Particle Guide Selection Methods in Multi-Objective Particle Swarm Optimization (Abstract)

Jun Wei Lu , Griffith University, Australia
Andrew Lewis , Griffith University, Australia
David Ireland , Griffith University, Australia
Sanaz Mostaghim , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
pp. 116

Multiobjective Tuning of Grid-Enabled Earth System Models Using a Non-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA-II) (Abstract)

T.M. Lenton , University of East Anglia, UK
S.J. Cox , University of Southampton, UK
G.E. Pound , University of Southampton, UK
I.I. Voutchkov , University of Southampton, UK
N.R. Edwards , The Open University, UK
A.R. Price , University of Southampton, UK
pp. 117

Evaluation of Parallel EDAs to Create Chemical Calibration Models (Abstract)

A. Mendiburu , The University of the Basque Country, Spain
J. Miguel-Alonso , The University of the Basque Country, Spain
J.A. Lozano , The University of the Basque Country, Spain
pp. 118

A Differential Evolution Based Algorithm to Optimize the Radio Network Design Problem (Abstract)

Maria D. Jaraiz Simon , University of Extremadura, Spain
Silvio Priem Mendes , Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal
Miguel A. Vega Rodriguez , University of Extremadura, Spain
Juan M. Sanchez Perez , University of Extremadura, Spain
Juan A. Gomez Pulido , University of Extremadura, Spain
pp. 119

Bio-Inspired Control Approach to Multiple Spacecraft Formation Flying (Abstract)

Ran Zhang , North Carolina A&T State University, USA
Wenchan Cai , North Carolina A&T State University, USA
Liguo Weng , North Carolina A&T State University, USA
Y.D. Song , National Institute of Aerospace, USA
pp. 120

Evolutionary Optimization of Forging Anvils Using Grid Based on Alchemi Framework (Abstract)

Waclaw Kus , Silesian University of Technology, Poland
pp. 121
Workshop on Collaborative Remote Laboratories

A Grid-Based Architecture for the Composition and the Execution of Remote Interactive Measurements (Abstract)

Anna Marina Scapolla , University of Genoa, Italy
Andrea Bagnasco , University of Genoa, Italy
Arianna Poggi , University of Genoa, Italy
pp. 122

Remote Control of Web 2.0-Enabled Laboratories from Mobile Devices (Abstract)

Pablo Orduna , University of Deusto, Spain
Javier Garcia-Zubia , University of Deusto, Spain
Diego Lopez-de-Ipina , University of Deusto, Spain
pp. 123

Virtual Laboratory as a Remote and Interactive Access to the Scientific Instrumentation Embedded in Grid Environment (Abstract)

D. Stoklosa , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
M. Lawenda , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
M. Stroinski , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
T. Rajtar , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
D. Kaliszan , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
M. Okon , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
N. Meyer , Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
pp. 124

CIMA Based Remote Instrument and Data Access: An Extension into the Australian e-Science Environment (Abstract)

Matthew Wyatt , James Cook University, Australia
Kenneth Chiu , SUNY Binghamton, USA
Tristan King , James Cook University, Australia
Donald F. McMullen , Indiana University, USA
Nigel G.D. Sim , James Cook University, Australia
Clinton Chee , University of Sydney, Australia
Ian M. Atkinson , James Cook University, Australia
Peter Turner , University of Sydney, Australia
Romain Quilici , University of Sydney, Australia
Douglas du Boulay , University of Sydney, Australia
pp. 125

A Collaborative Virtual Computer Security Lab (Abstract)

Ralf Naues , Fern Universitat in Hagen, Germany
Jorg Keller , Fern Universitat in Hagen, Germany
pp. 126

Toward Standards for Integration of Instruments into Grid Computing Environments (Abstract)

Ken Chiu , SUNY Binghamton, USA
Peter Turner , University of Sydney, Australia
Romain Quilici , University of Sydney, Australia
Kianosh Huffman , Indiana University, USA
Donald F. McMullen , Indiana University, USA
Matthew Wyatt , James Cook University, Australia
Ian M. Atkinson , James Cook University, Australia
pp. 127

Advanced Techniques for Scheduling, Reservation, and Access Management for Remote Laboratories (Abstract)

Oliver Waldrich , Fraunhofer Institute SCAI, Germany
Wolfgang Ziegler , Fraunhofer Institute SCAI, Germany
Philipp Wieder , Research Centre Julich, Germany
pp. 128

Enabling e-Research in Combustion Research Community (Abstract)

Lydia MS Lau , University of Leeds, UK
Peter M Dew , University of Leeds, UK
Tran Vu Pham , University of Leeds, UK
Michael J Pilling , University of Leeds, UK
pp. 130
Workshop on e-Humanities--An Emerging Area of Concern

Towards a Linguist's Workbench Supporting eScience Methods (Abstract)

S. Levinson , University of Utrecht, Netherlands; MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
M. Kemps-Snijders , University of Utrecht, Netherlands; MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
P. Wittenburg , University of Utrecht, Netherlands; MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
M. Everaert , University of Utrecht, Netherlands; MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
A. Dimitriadis , University of Utrecht, Netherlands; MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
pp. 131

A Grid of Language Resource Repositories (Abstract)

Daan Broeder , MPI for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
David Nathan , SOAS University of London, UK
Remco van Veenendaal , Institute for Dutch Lexicology, Netherlands
Sven Stromqvist , Lund University, Sweden
pp. 132

TextGrid and eHumanities (Abstract)

Werner Wegstein , Universitat Wurzburg
Andrea Zielinski , Institut fur Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim
Peter Gietz , DAASI International, Tubingen
Christoph Ludwig , Fachhochschule Worms
Marc W. Kuster , Fachhochschule Worms
Wolfgang Pempe , Saphor, Tubingen
Thorsten Vitt , Technische Universitat Darmstadt
Fotis Jannidis , Technische Universitat Darmstadt
Stefan Budenbender , Universitat Trier
Andreas Aschenbrenner , SUB Gottingen
pp. 133

GuangQunFangPu: e-Humanities Combining Textual and Botanic Information (Abstract)

Chun-Han Chang , Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Shu-Kai Hsieh , Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Ru-Ying Chang , National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan
Yi-Shuan Zhou , Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Shu-Ming Chang , Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Chu-Ren Huang , Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Feng-Ju Lo , Yuan-Ze University, Taiwan
pp. 134

Educating the Humanities for e-Science (Abstract)

Sven Stromqvist , Lund University, Sweden
pp. 135

The Arts and Humanities e-Science Initiative in the UK (Abstract)

Tobias Blanke , King's College London, UK
Stuart Dunn , King's College London, UK
pp. 136

ODIN: A Model for Adapting and Enriching Legacy Infrastructure (Abstract)

William D. Lewis , University of Washington/CSU Fresno, USA
pp. 137
Workshop on e-Science in and Beyond the Classroom: Usability, Practicability and Sensability

Designing a Multipurpose Virtual Laboratory to Support Communities of Practice in Physics (Abstract)

Silvia Gabrielli , University of Udine, Italy
Markus Hodapp , University of Mannheim, Germany
Roberto Ranon , University of Udine, Italy
pp. 139

Identifying Tools to Support Schools' Collaborative Teaching and Learning (Abstract)

Hilary Smith , University of Sussex, UK
Danae Stanton Fraser , University of Bath, UK
Geraldine Fitzpatrick , University of Sussex, UK
Joshua Underwood , University of Sussex, UK
Rose Luckin , University of London, UK
pp. 140

Evolution of a Remote Access Facility for a PLL Measurement Course (Abstract)

I. Grout , Limerick University, Ireland
M.J. Burbidge , Lancaster University, UK
pp. 141
Workshop on Healthgrid

Data Access Service in a Computational Grid Platform Applied to the Monitoring and Control of Epidemics on Georeferenced Dynamic Maps (Abstract)

Fabricio Alves Barbosa Silva , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil
Henrique Fabricio Gagliardi , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil
Erick Sobreiro Goncalves , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil
Eduardo Gallo , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil
Domingos Alves , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil; Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Alexandre Rezende , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil
Virgilio Cavicchioli Neto , Universidade Catolica de Santos, Brazil; Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Ivan Torres Pisa , Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo, Brazil
pp. 142
Workshop on Scientific Workflows and Business Workflow Standards in e-Science

Triana Generations (Abstract)

Ian Taylor , Cardiff University, UK; Louisiana State University, USA
pp. 143

Managing Large-Scale Scientific Workflows in Distributed Environments: Experiences and Challenges (Abstract)

Yolanda Gil , USC Information Sciences Institute, USA
Ewa Deelman , USC Information Sciences Institute, USA
pp. 144

Scientific Workflows: More e-Science Mileage from Cyberinfrastructure (Abstract)

Norbert Podhorszki , University of California, Davis, USA
Bertram Ludascher , University of California, Davis, USA
Shawn Bowers , University of California, Davis, USA
Timothy McPhillips , University of California, Davis, USA
pp. 145

EMBRACE: Bioinformatics Data and Analysis Tool Services for e-Science (Abstract)

Peter M. Rice , European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
Alan J. Bleasby , European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
Jon C. Ison , European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
Syed A. Haider , European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
Shaun McGlinchey , European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
Mahmut Uludag , European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
pp. 146
Workshop on Running Production Grids

Production Storage Resource Broker Data Grids (Abstract)

Arun Jagatheesan , San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
Michael Wan , San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
Sheau-Yen Chen , San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
Reagan Moore , San Diego Supercomputer Centre, USA
Wayne Schroeder , San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
Arcot Rajasekar , San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
pp. 147

The SwissBioGrid Project: Objectivse, Preliminary Results and Lessons Learned (Abstract)

Manuel C. Peitsch , Novartis Institutes of BioMedical Research, Switzerland
Sergio Maffioletti , Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, Switzerland
Peter Kunszt , Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, Switzerland
Bruno Nyffeler , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland
Lorenzo Cerutti , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland
Heinz Stockinger , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland
Can Turker , Functional Genomics Center Zurich, Switzerland
Konstantin Arnold , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics & Biozentrum University of Basel, Switzerland
Torsten Schwede , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics & Biozentrum University of Basel, Switzerland
Arthur J. Thomas , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland; Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, Switzerland
Ralph Schlapbach , Functional Genomics Center Zurich, Switzerland
Michael Podvinec , Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics & Biozentrum University of Basel, Switzerland
pp. 148

Agent-Based Negotiation Techniques for a Grid: The Prophet Agents (Abstract)

Massimo Orazio Spata , University of Catania, Italy
Salvatore Rinaudo , University of Catania, Italy
Tonio Biondi , University of Catania, Italy
Giuseppe Pappalardo , University of Catania, Italy
pp. 149

BABAR Experience of Large Scale Production on the Grid (Abstract)

E. Luppi , INFN Sezione Di Ferrara, Italy
F.F. Wilson , RAL, UK
C.A.J. Brew , RAL, UK
D. Andreotti , INFN Sezione Di Ferrara, Italy
T. Adye , RAL, UK
G. Castelli , RAL, UK
pp. 151

RISE: A Grid-Based Self-Configuring and Self-Healing Remote System Image Management Environment (Abstract)

Inho Lee , Samsung Electronics, Korea
Sangmoon Lee , Samsung Electronics, Korea
Dosik Park , Samsung Electronics, Korea
Hanku Lee , Konkuk University, Korea
Karpjoo Jeong , Konkuk University, Korea
Woojin Yang , Samsung Electronics, Korea
Changsung Lee , Samsung Electronics, Korea
Jonghyun Lee , Konkuk University, Korea
pp. 152

Running a Production Grid Site at the London e-Science Centre (Abstract)

John Darlington , Imperial College London, UK
Mona Aggarwal , Imperial College London, UK
David McBride , Imperial College London, UK
Marko Krznaric , Imperial College London, UK
Olivier van der Aa , Imperial College London, UK
Dave Colling , Imperial College London, UK
pp. 153

Building a Distributed Software Environment for the Experiment CDF at UCL Utilising a Switched Light Path (Abstract)

M. Lancaster , University College London, UK
V. Bartsch , University College London, UK
N. Pezzi , University College London, UK
pp. 154

Application of Virtualisation Techniques at a University Grid Center (Abstract)

Yves Kemp , Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany
Volker Buge , Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany; Institut fur Wissenschaftliches Rechnen, Germany
Marcel Kunze , Institut fur Wissenschaftliches Rechnen, Germany
Gunter Quast , Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany
pp. 155
Workshop on Engineering e-Infrastructures for the Benefits of e-Science

Enabling HPC E-Science via Integrated Grid Infrastructure (Abstract)

Phil Andrews , University of California, San Diego, USA
Amit Chourasia , University of California, San Diego, USA
Martin Margo , University of California, San Diego, USA
John Towns , University of Illinois, USA
pp. 156

FAME: Adding Multi-Level Authentication to Shibboleth (Abstract)

Jay Chin , University of Manchester, UK
Aleksandra Nenadic , University of Manchester, UK
Ning Zhang , University of Manchester, UK
Carole Goble , University of Manchester, UK
pp. 157

Complex Data-Intensive Systems and Semantic Grid: Applications in Satellite Missions (Abstract)

M.S. Perez-Hernandez , Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
R. Gonzalez-Cabero , Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
M. Sanchez-Gestido , Deimos-Space
A. Gomez-Perez , Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
O. Corcho , University of Manchester, UK
L. Blanco-Abruna , Deimos-Space
pp. 158

Grid Services Toolkit for Process Data Processing (Abstract)

T. Jejkal , Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
H. Gemmeke , Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
M. Sutter , Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
T.O. Muller , Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
R. Stotzka , Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
V. Hartmann , Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
pp. 159

SGSIA-in-Network Data Preprocessing for Secure Grid-Sensor Integration (Abstract)

Mohamed Baqer , Monash University, Australia
Asad I. Khan , Monash University, Australia
Zubair A. Baig , Monash University, Australia
pp. 160
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