|Chair||Kento Aida, TITECH [email@example.com]
Putchong Uthayapas, KU [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Seishi Ninomiya, NARO-NARC [email@example.com]
|Objective||Grid computing is an important emerging paradigm for organizing and sharing computing, network, storage and instrument resources in large scale applications. The Grid workshop brings together participants from academia, industry and government to learn and to discuss about grid activities in the APAN countries. The workshop is organized by two sessions, the tutorial session of Grid middleware and the technical session of updated grid research topics.|
|Expected No. of Participants||40|
|Session Chair & Speakers||
1. Title: Challenge in building a National Scale Grid Infrastructure
Speaker: Somsak Sriprayoonsakul (Thai National Grid Center Software Industry promotion Agency)
Abstract: The purpose of this presentation is to share our experiences in constructing the Thai National Grid infrastructure which consists of a grid of more than 14 geographically distributed sites across Thailand. In order to build a national scale grid, many technical problems have to be solved such as network reliability, deployment issues, software compatibility, and firewall problem. The talk will discuss the problems encounter and solutions that are used to solve these problems. It has been found that software stack standard and certification with automatic testing tools are vital in creating an interoperable grid infrastructure.
2. Title: Digital Media AE@SG
Speaker: Bu-Sung Lee, francis (NTU)
Abstract:The Adaptive Enterprise @Singapore Digital Media project has been very successful in the use of Grid in the area of Digital Media especially Rendering. The project covers a wide field from portal design to information and execution management. This talk will share the project team experience in building the tools for the Digital Media Community.
3. Title: Grid Challenge --programming competition on the Grid--
Speaker: Kento Aida (TITECH)
Abstract:This talk introduces an overview of a programming competition on the Grid, "Grid Challenge". In the Grid Challenge, the participants compete to develop a high-performance program running on the Grid testbed constructed for this event. The Grid testbed consists of seven PC clusters distributed over six sites in Japan. The amount of CPUs is over 1,000. This talk also gives an experience to operate the Grid testbed.
|Remarks(including Special arrangements if Any)||--|
Last Updated 19 July 2006