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-====== SIG-IO-UK September ====== 
  
-This workshop is the second meeting of the special interest group for high-performance I/O in the UK. It brings together: storage vendors, system and middleware developers, and users of data-intensive workloads in order to develop strategies for research, funding but also product development. 
-It covers all aspects of data access and management including I/O workflow handling, parallel file systems, middleware, data compression, tuning, performance monitoring, novel interfaces, storage technology, data center perspectives. 
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-This workshop is composed of two parts: 
-A) presentations: Participants present relevant RD&E in this field and discuss opportunities to bring forward the research in the UK to stimulate the later discussion. Talks include challenges faced dealing with I/O and ongoing activities to overcome these challenges. Vendor talks focus on technical solutions for certain challenges accompanied by use cases demonstrating the benefit. 
-B) preparation of a whitepaper about future perspective for interfaces, this is composed of: 
-1) collection of requirements/challenges for future workflows. 
-Example workflows for climate/weather will be given to stimulate the discussion. 
-2) design and architectural sketches how could we meet the requirements. 
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-|| Date || Tuesday September 11th, 2018 || 
-|| Venue || AI lab, room 185, 1st floor, Polly Vacher, CS department, Reading University, [[:about:visits|Travel information]] ||  
-|| Contact || [[about:people:julian kunkel]] || 
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-This workshop is funded by the [[http://reading.ac.uk/computer-science/|department of computer science]] and powered by the [[https://www.vi4io.org|Virtual Institute for I/O]] and  [[http://www.esiwace.eu|ESiWACE]] ((ESiWACE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 675191)). 
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-===== Organization ===== 
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-The workshop is organized by  
-  * [[mailto:j.m.kunkel@reading.ac.uk|Julian Kunkel]] (University of Reading, UK) 
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-===== Agenda ===== 
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-  * //09:30 Welcome coffee// 
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-  * 10:00 **Welcome** \\ //Julian Kunkel// 
-  * 10:10 **Understanding Workflow I/O Performance Using Holistic I/O Monitoring** \\ //Jakob Lüttgau// 
-  * 10:45 **CoSS: Towards a Contract-based Storage System** \\ //Matthieu Dorier// 
-  * 11:20 **Machine Learning for Smarter Earth System Modelling Workflows** \\ //Samantha Adams// 
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-  * //12:00 lunch, sponsored by the department of computer science// 
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-  * 12:30 **Discussion of future workflows** 
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-  * //14:30 Coffee break//  
-  * 15:00 **Discussion of interfaces** 
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-  * //17:00 Adjourn// 
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-===== Participants ===== 
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-  * Adrian Jackson (EPCC) 
-  * Tiago Quintino (ECMWF) 
-  * Adam Voysey (Met Office) 
-  * Rosemary Francis (Ellexus) 
-  * Samantha Adams (Met Office) 
-  * Neil Massey (STFC) 
-  * Steve Perkins (Panasas) 
-  * Matthieu Dorier (Argonne National Laboratory) 
-  * Frederik Ferner (Diamond Light Source) 
-  * Dave Bond 
-  * Julian Kunkel (University of Reading) 
-  * Jakob Lüttgau (DKRZ) 
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-===== Registration ===== 
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-Send an email to [[mailto:j.m.kunkel@reading.ac.uk|Julian Kunkel]]. 
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-Speakers, please check the [[http://www.reading.ac.uk/web/files/policy/External-Speaker-Code-of-Conduct.pdf|universities code of conduct]]. 
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