Agenda 2013                                              2 Dec | 3 Dec | 4 Dec | 5 Dec | 6 Dec


2 Dec, Mon (Day 1) - Tutorial
Time Location:3D Theater / Chair: Dr. Fang-Pang Lin
09:00~09:20 Welcome and Introduction of SEAIP tutorial
Dr. Fang-Pang Lin,
National Center for High-performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan
Theme: Big Data Visualization
09:20~10:30 Big Data Visualization 
Dr. Kwan-Liu Ma, University of California at Davis, USA
10:30~10:50 Coffee Break
10:50~12:00 Current Research Projects at the HLRS from Green-IT over Medical
Simulations to Drug Production 
Dr. Uwe Wössner, High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Germany
12:00~13:00 Lunch
Theme: Big Data Tools
13:00~14:00 Introduction to Apache Hadoop 
Jazz Yao-Tsung Wang, 
National Center for High-performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan
14:00~14:30 One Click to Build You Private Cloud Easily
Serena Pan, 
  National Center for High-performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan  
14:30~14:40 Coffee Break
14:40~15:30 Case Study on Using AMD Technology in High Performance Datacenter 
Ming-Man Chan, AMD Malaysia
15:30~17:30 Institute Presentations
18:00~  Dinner

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3 Dec, Tue (Day 2)
Time Location:3D Theater
Theme: Statistics in Big Data
09:00~09:50 Statistics in Modern Big Data Era — Something Old is New Again 
Dr. Yuan-Chin Chang,
Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
09:50~10:40 Sampling and Summarization for Big Social Network Data 
Dr. Mi-Yen Yeh, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
10:40~10:50 Coffee Break
Theme: Data in Environemental Science
10:50-11:40 Managing Ecological and Biodiversity Data Using Ecoinformatics: Taiwan Experience 
Dr. Chau-Chin Lin, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, Taiwan 
11:40-12:30 Big Data Application for Limnological Studies in Taiwan 
Dr. Jeng-Wei Tsai, 
Department of Biological Science and Technology, China Medical University, Taiwan
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Theme: Biodiversity Cyberinfrastructure
13:30~14:20 Big Data in Biodiversity: Multi-scale, Multi-dimensional Research
in Biodiversity Science and Essential International Collaboration
Dr. Reed Beaman,
Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, USA
14:20~15:10 The Complexities of Biodiversity Databasing in Sabah: Why So Hard 
Dr. Adam Murphy, Global Diversity Foundation, Malaysia
15:10~15:20 Coffee Break
15:20~16:10 Biodiversity Issues in Sabah and Its Long-term Action Plan 
Alim Biun, Kinabalu Park, Sabah Malaysia
16:10~17:00 Biodiversity Crowdsourcing: Feeding the Cloud Using Mobile Devices 
Nor Arlina Amirah Ahmad Ghani, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
17:00~17:50 Institute Presentations
18:00~ Dinner

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4 Dec, Wed (Day 3)
Time Location:3D Theater
Theme: Cyber-learning & Databank
09:00~10:00 Introduction on NISN Activities and EDISON Project 
Dr. Ruth Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, Korea
10:00~10:50 Virtual Screen of Drug Development Candidates with Taiwan Pharmaceutical Databank 
Dr. Jung-Hsin Lin, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
10:50~11:00 Coffee Break 
Theme: Disaster Reduction and Environmental Issues

11:00~11:50

Future 45-d Global Atmosphere and Ocean Status Forcast Experiment
Prof. Ben-Jei Tsuang,
Department of Environmental Engineering, National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan
11:50~12:40 An Overview of Big Data Platform for Big Climate Data
Prof. I-En Liao, 
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, 
National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan
12:40~13:30 Lunch
13:30~14:00 Disaster Reduction and Environmental Issues
Delegates from Taiwan, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam
14:00-14:30 Cloud and Big Data Issues
Delegates from Malaysia and Vietnam 
Welcome Opening / Chair: Director Ce-Kuen Shieh
14:30~14:50

Welcome Speech
Dr. Yu-Hong Shan,
Program Director, Depatmant of International Cooperation, NSC, Taiwan
Director Ce-Kuen Shieh
Director, National Center for High Performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan

14:50~15:40 PRAGMA: a Pacific-Rim Collaborative for Cyberinfrastructure
Research to Advance Scientific Expeditions and Build Communities 
Dr. Peter Arzberger, Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly
15:40~16:30 EAP Collaboration: Opportunities and Resources at NSF 
Dr. William Chang, East Asia and the Pacific Region Office of International Integrative Activities Office of the Director, National Science Foundation, USA
16:30~16:50 Coffee Break & Group Photo   &&     Group Photo 
16:50~17:40 High Performance Analytics
Dr. John Johnson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
17:40~18:30 Towards Software-defined Distributed Systems
Prof. José A. B. Fortes, Advanced Computing and Information Systems Laboratory, University of Florida, USA 
18:30~ Banquet

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5 Dec, Thu (Day 4) -by invited only
Time Location:Tainan Branch, NCHC
Theme: Intelligent System and Real World Practice
10:00~10:40 Towards Smart, Sustainable and Safe Cities 
Dr. Hock-Beng Lim, 
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
10:40~11:30 Challenge of Eletronic Health Record in Practice
Mei-Ling Hsu, Chia-Yi Christian Hospital, Taiwan
11:30~12:00 Workflow Management in Fish4 Knowledge
Gaya Nadarajan, University of Edinburgh, UK
12:00~12:30 Importance of Low Cost Spaceborne SAR Data Provision for Supporting Disasters Management Operations
Dr. James Yaung, National Space Organization, NARLabs, Taiwan
12:30~14:30 Lunch
14:30~ Cultural Exploration

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6 Dec, Fri (Day 5) - by invited only
Time Location:National Cheng Kung University
Theme: Network and Applications
09:00~9:50 A New Way to Perform R&D Innovation -experience in Knowledge Capital 
Prof. Shinji Shimojo, Osaka University, Japan
09:50~10:40 Topology and Flow Management in Multi-Controller OpenFlow Networks 
Dr. Te-Long Liu,
National Center for High-performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan
10:40~10:50 Coffee Break

10:50~11:40

A Large-scale Malware Knowledge Base and its Applications 
Dr. Lo-Yao Yeh,
National Center for High Performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan
11:40~12:30 Quality of Resilience in Science Workflow: Measuring Resilience in Workflow Configurations to Improve Workflow Enactors
Dr. Rafael Tolosana, 
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
12:30~13:30 Lunch
Theme: Future Collaboration
13:30~14:20 Institute Presentation
14:20~15:00 Collaboration Discussions and Conclusion
19:00~ Banquet

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