1 Dec, Mon (Day 1) - Tutorial                          

Venue

Tainan Branch, NCHC

09:00~09:10

Registration

09:10~09:30

Welcome and Introduction of SEAIP tutorial
Dr. Fang-Pang Lin, National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

09:30~09:40

Who's Who

Theme: Big Data Tools

09:40~10:20

Ceph: a Simple Quick Start
Dr. Jing-Yuan Luke, MIMOS, Malaysia

10:20~11:00

Real-time Streaming Computing for Undersea Vurveillance Data on Top of Storm
Dr. Jih-Sheng Chang, Dr. Shengwen Wang
National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

11:00~11:10

Coffee break

11:10~12:00

Analytic 3.0 with Big Data Management, the era of Impact
Mr. Wen-Tsau Chiu, Mr. Alex Yang, SAS, Taiwan

12:00~13:00

Lunch

Theme: Big Data Tools

13:00~13:50

Introduction to (Big) Data Analysis with R
Dr. Yung-Hsiang (Sean) Huang,
National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

13:50-14:30

How to Use "R"
Mr. Guo-Tzau Wang, 
National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

14:30~14:40

Coffee break

14:40~15:20

Introduction to Storm's Programming Concepts and Installation
Dr. Jih-Sheng Chang, Dr. Shengwen Wang
National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

15:20~16:20

Institute Presentation & Discussion
e-Disaster Science Initiatives in the Philippines
Jelina Tanya Tetangco, Jessi Christa Rubio, Joven Javier,
Advanced Science and Technology Institute, Philippines

16:20~17:20 Visit Southern Taiwan Science Park Bureau

  18:00~

Dinner

2 Dec, Tue (Day 2)

Venue

Tainan Branch, NCHC

Theme: Future Network

09:00~09:50

Matrix Visualization: New Generation of Exploratory Data Analysis
Dr. Chun-Houh Chen, Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

09:50~10:40 Multi-Domain SDN Management and Software Defined eXchange (SDX)
Dr. Te-Lung Liu, National Center for High-Performance Computing, Taiwan

10:40~10:50

Coffee break

10:50~11:40

Scrum under a Waterfall Methodology
Dr. Ming-Man Chan, AMD, Malaysia

11:40~12:30

PIONIER-Research and Education Networking in Poland
Dr. Bartosz Belter, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland

12:30~13:30

Lunch

Theme: Future Network

13:30~14:20

Communication-efficient Similarity Search on Data in a Machine-to-machine Environment
Dr. Mi-Yen Yeh, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

14:20~15:10  

Big Data Analytics for Honeynet Logs
Dr.Hsing-Yen Ann  , National Center for High Performance Computing, Taiwan

15:10~15:30

Coffee break

15:30~17:10

Institute Presentation & Discussion
Software Defined Infrastructure and Software Defined Storage @ MIMOS
Ng Kwang Ming & Luke Jing Yuan, MIMOS, Malaysia
Facilitating Data-intensive Research in UM

Chee Sun Liew, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Big Data Analycs: Driving Behavior Analysis from Smartphone Sensory Data
Chalermpol Saiprasert, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand

  18:00~

Dinner

3 Dec, Wed (Day 3)

Venue

National Sun Yat-sen University

Opening Ceremony

09:00~09:20

Welcome Opening
Dr. Yu-Hong Shan,   
Program Director, Department of International Cooperation and Science Education, Ministry of Science and Technology
Prof. Ce-Kuen Shieh,   
Director General, National Center for High-performance Computing

Prof. Tzon-Tzer Lu, 
Office of Library and Information Services
National Sun Yat-sen University
Dr. William Chang,
Regional Coordinator, National Science Foundation

09:20~09:40

Building a Community of Practice: Examples, Benefits, Barriers, and Lessons Learned
Dr. Peter Arzberger, 
Chair, Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly

09:40~10:00

Group Photo & Coffee break

Theme: Cyber-enhancement Application

10:00~10:50

The Past, Present, and Future of GLEON
Dr. Tim Kratz, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

10:50~11:40

CSI at HLRS - how laser scanning, virtual reconstructions and interactive simulations can help criminal investigations
Dr. Uwe Wössner, High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Germany

11:40~13:10

Lunch

Theme: Biodiversity Cyberinfrastructure

13:10~13:40

Beyond Taxonomy-fostering the Integration of Biodiversity and Ecological Data in Taiwan
Dr. Chau-Chin Lin, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, Taiwan

13:40~14:10

Temporal and Spatial Variation of Metal Biomagnification:
Effect of Ecosystem Metabolism Across the Globe
Dr. Jeng-Wei Tsai, China Medical University, Taiwan

14:10~14:40

Multi-scale, Multi-disciplinary Biodiversity Research Challenges: A community of T-shape Skill Sets
Dr. Reed Beaman, National Science Foundation, USA

14:40~14:50

Coffee break

14:50~16:20

Institute Presentation & Discussion
Current Progress on Integrating High Performance Computing Resources, Molecular Dynamics - Virtual Screening Software, and Database Resources into Cloud Computing Platform to Support Drug Design based on Indonesian Medical Plants
Heru Suhartanto, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
An HPC solution for Weed Control Decision Support System Based on Precision Agriculture Approach
Kudang B. Seminar, Bogor Agriculture Institute, Indonesia
Accelerate Massive Data Processing on Virtual Screening Drug Discovery
Muhammad Hafizhuddin Hilman, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia 
Yarsi University (Islamic Hospital Foundation) E-health Research
Ummi Azizah Rachmawati, Yarsi University, Indonesia
IPB Biodiversity Informatics (IPBIOTICS)
Yeni Herdiyeni, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

16:20~17:20

Collaboration between ICT & Applications - Grouping by Use Scenarios

   18:30~

Banquet

4 Dec, Thu (Day 4)

 

Venue

National Sun Yat-sen University

Theme: Cyber-learning & Databank

09:00~09:20

Simulation based Cyber-Learning System and Its User Services
Dr. Ruth Lee,
Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea

09:20~09:40

A High-fidelity Normal Eigenvalue Solver for Advanced Nanoscale Device Research
Hoon Ryu, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea

09:40~10:20

Future cyber-Learning on Engineering Education Through Simulation (FLEETS)
Dr. Heng-Chuan Kan, National Center for High-Performance Computing, Taiwan

10:20~10:30

Coffee break

Theme: Intelligent System and Real World Practice

10:30~11:00

Towards the Next-Generation Smart Nation Operating Platform
Prof. Hock Beng Lim, Nanyang Technological University Singapore

11:00~11:30

eHealth in a Smart Hospital
Dr.
Mei-Ling Hsu, Chia-Yi Christian Hospital, Taiwan

11:30~13:00

Lunch

Theme: Future Computer System

13:00~13:50

Software-defined Datacenters and Environments
Prof. José A. B. Fortes, University of Florida, USA

13:50~14:40

Quest for Software Defined Infrastructure for New-Generation Computing and Visualization
Dr. Susumu Date, Osaka University, Japan

14:40~14:50

Coffee break

14:50~15:40

Comet - High Performance Virtual Clusters to Support the Long-tail of Science
Prof. Philip Papadopoulos, UC San Diego, USA

15:40~  

Culture Exploration (self-exploration) 

5 Dec, Fri (Day 5) - by invited only

5 Dec, Fri (Day 5) - by invited only

Venue

National Sun Yat-sen University

Theme: Cyber-enhancement Application

9:00~9:50

Developing a Framework for End-User Requirements in a Disaster Scenario
Dr. Jason Haga, Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Theme: Water Disaster Management Update - Following up for Shonan Meeting

9:50~10:10

Shonan Meeting Report
Dr. Fang-Pang Lin, National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

10:10~10:20

Coffee break

10:20~12:00

Water Disaster Management & Big Data

Prof. Phillip Papadopoulos,UC San Diego, USA
Prof. Shinji Shimojo, Osaka University, Japan
Dr. Whey-Fone Tsai, National Center for High Performance Computing, Taiwan
Dr. Bo Chen, National Space Organization, Taiwan
Dr. Kanokvate Tungpimolrut,
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
Dr. Piyawut (Joe) Srichaikul,
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand

12:00~13:00

Lunch

Theme: Future Collaboration

13:00~13:30

Collaboration Discussion and Conclusion - Prepare for 2015

13:30~14:30

Visit National Sun Yat-sen University

14:30~18:00

Tour

 18:30~

Dinner

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