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7 Dec, Mon (Day 1) - Tutorial                          

Venue

Taichung Branch, NCHC

09:00~09:10

Registration

09:10~09:30

Welcome and Introduction of PRAGMA Insitute and SEAIP

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

09:30~09:40

Who's Who

Theme: Big Data Tools

09:40~11:00

Statistical tools on big data analytics on metaheuristics, uncertainty quantification and social network analysis.

Dr. Frederick Kin Hing Phoa,
Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica Taiwan

11:00~11:10

Coffee break

11:10~12:10

A Novel Social Influence Model based on Multiple States and Negative Social Influences

Professor Jen-Wei Huang,
National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan

12:10~13:10

Lunch

Theme: Software Defined System

13:10~13:50

Software Defined IOT System for Disaster Management and Big Data

Professor Shinji Shimojo,
Osaka University/NICT, Japan

13:50-14:15

Apply NSI in SDX Topology Exchange

Dr. De-Lung Liu,
National Center for High-performance Computing, Taiwan

   14:15~14:40

Design and Development of Large-Scale SDN Testbed on TWAREN

Professor Chu-Sing Yang
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

14:40~15:00

Coffee break

15:00~16:30

g0v.asia — Fork the Government

Ms Audrey Tang,
Taiwan Open Source Community of Taiwan

  18:00~

Dinner

 

8 Dec, Tue (Day 2) - by invited only                                                                         TOP 

 

Venue

Taichung Branch, NCHC

Theme: Building a Center of Excellence

09:00~09:20  

Welcome Opening

Dr. Ching-Hua Lo,
President, National Applied Research Laboratories

 

09:20-09:40

Transnational Community for Creativity and Innovation

Dr. William Chang
Regional Coordinator, National Science Foundation,USA

09:40-09:45

Unveiling Ceremony of CECEA (CoE on Cyber-enablement Applications)

9:40-9:50

 Photo Session

09:50-10:20

CENTRA Initiative

Professor Jose Fortes, 
University of Florida, USA

Professor Shinji Shimojo,
Osaka University/NICT, Japan

Dr. Fang-Pang Lin,
National Center for High Performance Computing, NARLabs, Taiwan

10:20~10:50

Coffee break

10:50-11:40

BIM Interactive - About combining BIM and Virtual Reality

Professor Uwe Woessner, HLRS, Stuttgart University, Germany

11:40-12:30

Smart Transportation for Smart Nation

Professor Hock Beng Lim, Singapore University of Technology and Design

12:30~13:30

Lunch

Venue

National Museum of Marine Science & Technology

Theme: Innovation Institutes

13:30~17:50

Collaborative Group Discussions

  18:00~

Dinner

     

 

9 Dec, Wed (Day 3) - by invited only                                                                        TOP 

Venue

National Museum of Marine Science & Technology

Opening @ NMMST

09:20~09:40

 
Professor Jeun-Len Wu
Curator, National Museum of Marine Science and Technology
 
Professor Ce-Kuen Shieh,  
Director General, National Center for High-performance Computing
 
   09:40~10:00

Building and Sustaining a Community: Examples from PRAGMA and GLEON – Successes in Science, Technology, People and Organization

Dr. Peter Arzberger, 
Chair, Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware Assembly

10:00~10:20

Group Photo & Coffee break

Theme: Cyber-enhancement Application

10:20-12:00

 

Automated Plant Identification based on Leaf Biometric Characteristic to Support Conservation of Plant Diversity.

Professor Yeni Herdiyeni,
Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia

Update on UI for Disaster Management Professionals – DADm

Dr. Jason Haga,
National Insitute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Integrating data and technologies for IT service continuity and disaster mitigation

Professor Prapaporn Rattanatamrong,
Thammasat University, Thailand

The Prototype of Fine-Grained Bandwidth Allocating Managers for SDN

Professor Wanida Putthividhya,
Thammasat University, Thailand

e-Disaster Science Initiatives in the Philippines

Ms Jelina Tanya H. Tetangco,
Advanced Science and Technology Institute, Philippines

12:00~13:00

Lunch

13:00-13:30

Tour to the Museum

Theme: Disaster Management

13:30~14:50

Distributed Data Commons for Managing Disasters: focus on Lower Mekong River

Professor Beth Plale,
University of Indiana, USA

Mitigate Natural Disaster Risks from Reef to Ridge

Dr. Sirod Sirisup,
National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), Thailand

Part 1 – Design of extensible SDN MPI framework for high-speed collective

communications based on dynamic control of network functionality

Part 2 – Brief introduction of disasters in Mongolia

Mr Dashdavaa Khureltulga,
Osaka University, Japan

14:50-14:50

Coffee Break

14:50-15:50

Institute Update from Southeast Asia Countries

15:50-17:50

 Collaborative Discussions

   18:30~

Dinner

 

10 Dec, Thu (Day 4) - by invited only                                                                      TOP 

Venue

National Museum of Marine Science & Technology

Theme: Computer System

09:20~10:40

Part1- Virtual Clusters@SDSC and PRAGMA:  OSG Virtual Cluster running on Comet running LIGO production science

Part2 - Comet for the Long Tail of Science

Professor Phil Papadopoulos, 
University of California San Diego, USA

Current Research on SDN and IoT
Professor Susumu Date and Yoshiyuki Kido, 
Osaka University, Japan

Distributed Storage in Wide Area Network for Cloud and Edge Computing,

Dr. Luke Jing Yuan, 
MIMOS Berhad, Malaysia

Parallel Cloud-to-Cloud Data Transfer Solution Exploration for Cloud Subscribers

Professor Ooi Boon Yaik, 
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)

10:40~10:50

Coffee break

Theme: Cyber-learning & Databank

10:50~11:40

Simulation based Cyber-Learning System and Its User Services

Dr. Ruth Lee, 
Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, South Korea

Cyber-learning & Databank

Thiri Haymar Kyaw, 
University of Technology( Yatanarpon Cyber City), Myanmar

Private Cloud Deployment Model for an academic institution using CloudStack

Thinn Thu Naing,
University of Computer Studies (Taunggyi), Myanmar

11:40~13:00

Lunch

13:00~13:30

Tour to Marine Lab

Theme: Smart Health

13:30-13:50

Recent real-time seismology development in Taiwan

Wen-Tzong Liang and Jian-Cheng Lee, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

13:50~15:20

eHealth in a Smart Hospital

Ms Mei-Ling Hsu, 
Chia-Yi Christian Hospital, Taiwan

National Big Health Data Analytics and Integration,

Professor Heru Suhartanto,
Universitas Indonesia, Inodnesia

The Challenge and Progress of Developing Smart Telehealth Monitoring System in Indonesia

Professor Wisnu Jatmiko,
Universitas Indonesia, Inodnesia

Big Data Analytics for Indonesia Universal Health Coverage,

Dr. Mutamakin Agus,
Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital, Inodnesia

IoT technologies for healthcare development and integration,

Ms Bonita Hung,
National Center for High Performance Computing, Taiwan

15:20-15:35

Applications of 3D reconstruction

Professor Ming-Der Yang, National Chung-Hsin University, Taiwan

15:35~15:45

Coffee break

15:40~17:40

 CENTRA Collaboration

 

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

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

Venue

National Museum of Marine Science & Technology

Theme: Cyber-enhancement Application

9:00~9:50

Wrap-up & Future CENTRA

Professor Jose Fortes, University of Florida, USA

ProfessorPhil Papadopoulos,University of California San Diego, USA

Professor Susumu Date, Osaka University, Japan

Professor Uwe Woesser, HLRS, Stuttgart University, Germany

Dr. Fang-Pang Lin, National Center for High Performance Computing, Taiwan

With SEA Country Delegates

10:10~10:20

Coffee break

10:20~12:00

Collaboration Discussion and Conclusion - Prepare for 2016

12:00~13:00

Lunch

13:00~18:00

Cultural Experiences

 18:30~

Dinner

 

 

 

Speakers' Briefings 
 
Center of Excellence:
 
 
Dr. Uwe Wössner:
 
 
Dr. Hock Beng Lim: 
 
 
Dr.  Ruth Lee
 
 
Prof. Kido Yoshiyuki
 
 
Prof. Chu-Sing Yang: 
 
 
Prof.  Thiri Haymar kyaw
 
 
Prof.  Thinn Thu Naing
 
 
Mr. Ooi Boon Yaik
 
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