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In moment we are planing the next Lecture Series. The actual plan is here: Lecture Series IV

Time

The FONDA Lecture Series will take place Thursday 13:00 (in the summer semester 22).

Room

Physical at: Albert-Einstein-Strasse 9, Berlin (Adlershof)

https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2820030792

see also FONDA_Rooms

Zoom : TBA

(Meeting ID TBA, Passcode TBA)

In moment we are planing physical meeting, so no Zoom link is available.

Presentations

Date Online/Adlershof Title Host
Summer 2022
21/07/22 Adlershof Avigdor Gal, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Loch Data and Other Monsters: on Creating Data Ecosystems, the Intelligent Way

Matthias
13/07/22

Wednesday

Adlershof Ezio Bartocci, TU Wien

Rigorous Systems Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems

Lars
07/07/22 Adlershof Ovidiu-Cristian Marcu, University of Luxembourg

Bridging Clouds and Supercomputers

Vasilis
30/06/2022 Adlershof Uta Störl, FernUniversität in Hagen

NoSQL Schema Evolution Management and Big Data Migration

Ulf
23/06/2022 Online Boris Glavic, Illinois Institute of Technology

Provenance-based Data Skipping

(https://hu-berlin.zoom.us/j/65054268758?pwd=dWdZL1ozUnV3VlRZQ2ViOVlZVnd0QT09 )

Tilmann
16/06/2022 Adlershof Mitchell Olsthoorn, Delft University

On the challenges of automated test case generation and how to overcome them

Sebastian
02/06/2022 HPI Juliane Verwiebe and Philipp Grulich, TU Berlin

Efficient window aggregation in modern stream processing systems

Rafael
12/05/2022 Adlershof Hendrik M. Würz, Fraunhofer-Institut für Graphische Datenverarbeitung IGD

Dynamic Workflow Execution in the Cloud using Steep

Ninon
05/05/2022 Adlershof Kaustubh Beedkar, TU Berlin

Compliance-aware Query Processing for Geo-distributed Data

Rebecca
Winter 2021/22
03/03/2022 Online Manish Parashar, Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute, School of Computing at the University of Utah

Big Data and Extreme-Scales: Computational Science in the 21st Century

Matthias, Henning
17/02/2022 Online Michael Crusoe, Common Workflow Language project, VU Amsterdam Computer Systems & Bioinformatics, FAIR Service Architecture in ELIXIR-NL DTL Projects, University of Tübingen Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Common Workflow Language

Reinert
10/02/2022 Online Pedram Ghamisi, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, AI4RS group at the Institute of Advanced Research in Artificial Intelligence (IARAI)

Lack of Labeled Data in Earth Observation: Stepping toward Weak Supervision

Patrick
03/02/2022 Online Dieter Weber, Forschungszentrum Jülich

IT systems for electron microscopy

Christoph
20/01/2022 Online Justyna Petke, Department of Computer Science - University College London

A survey of Genetic Improvement

Lars
13/01/2022

15:00

Online Timothy Menzies, NC State University

The Bleeding Edge (the next 10 years of SE analytics)

Lars
06/01/2022 Online Stefan Saalfeld, HHMI's Janelia Research Campus

Automatic methods to reconstruct 3D Electron Microscopy for Connectomics and Cell Biology

Dagmar
16/12/2021 Online Sascha Hunold, TU Wien

Reproducible HPC Experiments: Myth or Reality?

Lauritz
09/12/2021 Online Maciej Malawski, Sano Centre for Computational Medicine and Institute of Computer Science AGH

Serverless Execution of Scientific Workflows

Hennig
02/12/2021

14:30

Online Alexandra Meliou, DREAM lab

Understandability and Trust in Data Systems

Matthias
Summer 2021
13/07/2021 Online Sergei Yakneen, SOPHiAGENETICS.COM

Butler enables rapid cloud-based analysis of thousands of human genomes

Ulf
06/07/2021 Online René Jäkel, ScaDS.AI Dresden/Leipzig / ZIH - Zentrum für Informationsdienste und

Hochleistungsrechnen

Supporting AI applications at scale - just a technical challenge?

Marcus
29/06/2021 Online Anne Benoit, ENS Lyon

Resilient scheduling on failure-prone platforms

Henning
22/06/2021 Online Jorge Quiane, TU Berlin

Apache Wayang: Going Beyond Polystores

Ulf
08/06/2021 Online Juliana Freire, NYU

Provenance and Trust for Computational Workflows

Matthias
01/06/2021 Online Arvid Heise, Ververica

Meteor/Sopremo: An Extensible Query Language and Operator Model

Ulf
25/05/2021 Online Rafael Ferreira da Silva, USC Computer Science / Information Science

Towards an Infrastructure for Enabling Systematic Development and Research of Scientific Workflow Systems and Applications

Ulf
18/05/2021 Online Kai Uwe Sattler, Databases and Information Systems, TU Illmenau

Runtime prediction of long-running Apache Spark jobs

Ulf
11/05/2021 Online Paolo Missier, Newcastle University

Efficient Recomputation of Big Data Analytics Processes in the Presence of Changes: Computational Framework, Reference Architecture, and Applications

Ulf
04/05/2021 Online Wolfgang Wagner, Geodasy and Geoinformatics, TU Wien

Data Analysis Workflows for Sentinel-1 Land Applications

Patrick
27/04/2021 Online Wilhelm Hasselbring, Universität Kiel

Software Engineering for Computational Science: Tests, Modules, Domain-Specific Languages, Flows

Lars (Marcus)