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LIVE WEBSTREAM TODAY - Advanced Networks and HIgh Performance Computing: The Big Data Challenge
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- Subject: LIVE WEBSTREAM TODAY - Advanced Networks and HIgh Performance Computing: The Big Data Challenge
- Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2013 10:45:35 -0500
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Join us TODAY Thursday February 7, 2013 from 1:00 - 4:00 PM EST (18:00 - 21:00 UTC) via free LIVE WEBSTREAM for the Advanced Networks and High Performance Computing: The Big Data Challenge Virtual Symposium.
LIVE WEBSTREAM: To view the FREE live webstream of all sessions including breakouts simply go to: http://video.magpi.net/ and click on "live videos". No registration is required to watch the live web streams. Please note: If you are behind a firewall and having problems viewing the webstream you may need to open port 1935 TCP for video.magpi.net to work properly. If you continue to have problems with the webstream, contact your firewall administrator.
About the Advanced Networks & High Performance Computing: The Big Data Challenge Virtual Symposium
More Information and Full Speakers' Bios at: http://magpi.net/Community/Programs/Advanced-Networks-and-High-Performance-Computing-Big-Data-Challenge
Advanced Networks and High Performance Computing:The BIg Data Challenge
Virtual Symposium Schedule
1:00 1:10 PM EST
Welcome and Introductions
Greg Palmer, Executive Director, MAGPI
1:10 - 1:50 PM EST
Keynote Address - High Performance Computing at NOAA: Successes, Challenges, and Insights
Ron Bewtra, Technology Advisor, Head of IT Services, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Recently the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) embarked on a transformation of its Research and Development High Performance Computing Systems. These systems are leveraging Petascale computing systems in a distributed environment while taking on some of the most challenging big data problems of today. This talk will discuss current computing capability, the challenges of 50 petabytes of active data, large data movement, distributed computing, and how NOAA will have to transform in the future.
2:00 - 2:50 PM EST
Making Molehills Out of Mountains: Remote Visualizations and HPC
Mike Chupa, Manager of Research Computing, Lehigh University
The "Big Data Challenge" has captured the public's imagination, and figures prominently in IT industry publications. However, the root challenges of Big Data have a long history in HPC. Remote visualization tools provide a viable solution to the data movement problem by vastly diminishing data movement requirements while still providing effective visualization capabilities required to understand and generate insights from large engineering and scientific datasets. Chupa will describe remote visualization capabilities at national sites (XSEDE, NERSC) and how they can be leveraged by institutions like Lehigh University to improve research productivity in the era of Big Data.
3:00 - 3:50 PM EST
The Computational Needs of Modern Genomics
Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Senior Scientific Programmer, University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey
Since the introduction of high-throughput sequencing machines, the amount of data produced by genetic experiments has exploded. Each run of a machine produces hundreds of gigabytes of data which must be stored and analyzed. This has greatly increased the computational requirements and a substantial amount of computational power is required to perform even a small-scale experiment. In this talk, Dr. Rosenfeld will give an introduction to the data requirements of what is generally known as next-generation sequencing (NGS). He will illustrate this through a discussion of the 1000 Genomes and ENCODE Projects which are produced by major international consortia. In addition, he will discuss the ways in which this data is dealt with by smaller labs.
Supercomputing for Atmospheric Sciences
Anke Kamrath, Director, Operations and Services Division, Computational & Information System Laboratory
NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research) completed construction of its new “green” datacenter, NWSC (NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center) in 2011 and during 2012 deployed a new supercomputing resource to support the needs of atmospheric sciences researchers from across the U.S. This presentation will focus on this new supercomputing system, Yellowstone, its supporting storage and interconnect components, the early scientific computing efforts on Yellowstone, and finally the key energy efficient innovations for the NWSC will be presented.
More Information: http://magpi.net/Community/Programs/Advanced-Networks-and-High-Performance-Computing-Big-Data-Challenge
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