学会員メーリングリストアーカイブ (2009年)

[dbjapan] [CFP]Data Intensive eScience Workshop [at] DASFAA2010


dbjapanのみなさま、 産総研の小島です。

来年4月のつくばでのDASFAA国際会議の併催ワークショップとして
「データ指向のeサイエンス」に関わるワークショップを開きます。

いわゆる「eサイエンス」の根幹は「データ」に基づく問題解決であり、
異なる科学分野であってもデータに関しては似たような動機の
元での研究が進められているのではないかと思います。
そこで表題のようなワークショップを企画しました。

ふるってのご参加・ご投稿を期待しておりますので、
ぜひよろしくお願いいたします。

--------------------- CALL FOR PAPERS ----------------------------------------

        Data Intensive eScience Workshop (DIEW) 2010

In conjunction with DASFAA(Database Systems for Advanced Applications)
2010 conference (April1-4, 2010, Tsukuba, Japan)

Workshop website: http://www.diew2010.org/

------------------ Scope of the Workshop ---------------------------
 Data is a key aspect of the scientific research and the amount and
the complexity of scientific data is rapidly increasing. Creating the
computer infrastructure which can extract scientific knowledge by
linking, processing and analyzing these distributed and diverse data
is a crucial issue. This e-Science infrastructure is also a basis for
constructing digital repositories which can archive and share valuable
knowledge among science communities.
 As the climate change problem shows, scientific research needs to be
conducted collaboratively on a  global scale and the distributed data
infrastructure which can support various science communities would be
indispensable.
 Based on this motivation, this workshop aims to bring
scientists from diverse fields together, and to serve them an
opportunity to share their research experiences on how data intensive
computing has been facilitating scientific discoveries.

---------------------------Topics --------------------------------
Suggested topics of the workshop include but not limited to:
*            Digital Repositories and Data Management
*            Distributed Data Integration
*            Metadata and Annotation
*            Data Provenance
*            Knowledge discovery
*            Large-scale scientific data analysis and visualization
*            Collaboration/workflow tools and technologies
*            Assimilation and Re-analysis of Data
eScience Research Fileds
*            Bioinformatics and Medical Science
*            Physical Sciences and Engineering
*            Earth & Planetary Sciences, Astronomy
*            Agriculture & Environmental Science

------------------ Paper Submission -----------------------------------------
A paper should be submitted in 10-12 pages in the designated Lecture
Notes in Computer Science(LNCS) format, which contains original works
not concurrently submitted elsewhere. The formatting instructions are
described on the DASFAA2010 website and the style files are available
from Springer LNCS site. Papers can be submitted electronically via
EasyChair system.

http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=diew2010

----------------- Important Dates ----------------------------------
Dec. 11, 2009  Paper submission deadline
Feb. 12, 2010  Acceptance notification to authors
Feb. 26, 2010  On-site paper deadline
Apr. 26, 2010  Final camera-ready copy deadline

------------------ Workshop Date ---------------------------------
4th, April, 2010

At least one author should register to present at the workshop.
Proceedings will be published as a volume of LNCS from Springer after
the workshop.

----------------- Workshop Organizers -------------------------
Kento Aida(NII)
Geoffrey Fox(Indiana U)
Neil Chue Hong(OMII-UK)
Isao Kojima(AIST)
Masatoshi Oishi(NAOJ)

----------------- Program Committee -----------------------------
Takeshi Horinouchi(Hokkaido U)
Toshiaki Katayama(U.of Tokyo)
Akira Kinjo (Osaka U)
Akiyoshi Matono(AIST)
Yuji Shirasaki(NAOJ)
Yukio Yamamoto(JAXA/ISAS)
Shohei Yokoyama(Shizuoka-U)

 Supported by KAKEN-fuzoroi
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Isao Kojima
Leader, Service-ware Research Group
Information Technology Research Institute
AIST,Japan