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EPSRC e-Science Projects All Hands Meeting

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/764/

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Title Formats Available
- 09:00 - Welcome & Introduction. Malcolm Atkinson & John Hand PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.34 MB)
- 09:15 - CARMEN: Code Analysis, Repository and Modelling for e-Neuroscience. Prof. Paul Watson and Prof Colin Ingram PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.53 MB)
- 09:45 - nanoCMOSgrid: Meeting the Design Challenges of NanoCMOS Electronics. Prof Richard Sinnott and Prof Asen Asenov PowerPoint Format [PPT] (7.67 MB)
- 10:15 - MESSAGE: Mobile Environmental Sensing System Across a Grid Environment. Prof. John Polak PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.37 MB)
- 11:15 - Embedding E-Science Applications: Designing and Managing for Usability. Andrew Warr PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.12 MB)
- 11:45 - Easy expression of Authorisation Policies. Prof. David Chadwick PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.12 MB)
- 12:00 - ADVISES: Adaptive Visualisation for e-Science: Requirements Analysis Approach and Experience. Prof. Alastair Sutcliffe PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.03 MB)
- 14:45 - OMII-UK: Software from Science for Science. Dr Steven Newhouse PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.33 MB)
- 15:00 - The National Grid Service - A Backbone for Collaboration and Sharing. Dr. Neil Geddes PowerPoint Format [PPT] (5.14 MB)
- 16:00 - Fast, but Approximate, workflow-Runtime Estimation Using the Bell-Curve Calculus. Prof. Alan Bundy PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.13 MB)
- 16:15 - AMUSE: Autonomic Management of Ubiquitous Systems for e-Health. Prof. Joe Sventek PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.66 MB)
- 16:30 - Integrative Biology: How has e-Science Supported the Life Sciences. Sharon Lloyd PowerPoint Format [PPT] (5.29 MB)
- 16:45 - Secure Location-Independent Autonomic Storage Architectures. Dr. Graham Kirby PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.25 MB)



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