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2 Day Conference: Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 May

Pre and Post Conference Workshops: Monday 6, Thursday 9 and Friday 10 May

Monday 6 May 2019

Room Ballroom
16:30 – 19:30

Data in Space – Women in Data Science, Data Science Week Launch

This is a co-located event with C3DIS 2019, requiring separate registration. For more information and to register please visit: https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/WIBD-Canberra/events/260720953/

Tuesday 7 May 2019 – Conference Day 1

08:30 – 09:30 Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea – Ballroom Foyer
Plenary Sessions – Ballroom
Session Chair: Sam Moskwa
09:30 – 10:00 Opening Address and Welcome
10:00 – 10:45

Confessions of a Data Wrangler

Carina Kemp

PRESENTATION PDF

10:45 – 11:15 Morning Tea – Ballroom & Gallery Foyers 
Plenary Sessions – Ballroom
Session Chair: Sam Moskwa
11:15 – 12:00

Trends in research data, and how we can address them together

Ross Wilkinson

PRESENTATION PDF

12:00 – 12:45

Data + Community = Action

Erin Robinson

PRESENTATION PDF

12:45 – 14:00 Lunch – Ballroom & Gallery Foyers
Concurrent Sessions
Room Ballroom Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room Fitzroy Room
Data Driven Science from Earth to Space VISMATTERS 2019
Art Gallery
Collaboration and Engagement Cloud and Virutal Labs Managing, Publishing, and Finding Data
Session Chair Jens Klump Anthony Beitz Sharon Tickell David Lescinsky
14:00 – 14:20

(1400 – 1430)

Bio-geo analytics in the face of real data: sparse, heterogeneous, multi-dimensional – network analysis to the rescue

Peter Fox

PRESENTATION PDF

 


(1430 – 1500)

From Data to Insights: Shift toward Data Analytics

Thomas Huang

 


(1500 – 1510)

Data-driven approaches to mineral exploration

Dave Cole

 


(1510 – 1520)

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Future Science Platform (MLAI FSP, CSIRO)

Cheng Soon Ong

PRESENTATION PDF

Quantum Consciousness

Paul Thomas (UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, Australia)


Karst

Snow Fu (SAIC, Chigago, USA)


Oceans We Make

Tim Marsh (Griffith Film School, Brisbane, Australia)


CRPSPR / Cas9-NHEJ: Action in the Nucleus

Martina Fröschl (Angewandte, Vienna, Austria) 


Governors Island Study

Vaughn W O’Connor (UNSW, Australia)  


Untitled

Ina Conradi Chaves & Mark Chaves (NTU, Singapore, Singapore)


[Un]natural Histories

Daniel Power (Australia)


DiKTECTION

Joan Shin (Sydney, Australia)

The open geospatial community in Oceania

Adam Steer

Introduction to AWS (Amazon Web Services) Ground Station

John Hildebrandt

Improving the Discovery of Environmental Research Data With Recommendations

Anusuriya Devaraju

14:20 – 14:40

Earth and Environment Science Information Partners: ESIP & E2SIP connecting networks on opposite sides of the globe

Erin Robinson

The Australian Climate Science Data-enhanced Virtual Laboratory

Clare Richards

PRESENTATION PDF

Preparation for CMIP6: how to deal with a multi-petabyte climate data collection

Claire Trenham

PRESENTATION PDF

14:40 – 15:00

Towards a National Platform for Australian Health Research Data

Hugo Leroux

PRESENTATION PDF

Bridging science delivery from on premises to cloud

Benjamin Vanzino

GSKY – A scalable geospatial data service

Ben Evans

15:00 – 15:20

CSIRO Digital Academy

Jen Taylor

Galaxy Australia: technologies for federated omic-based analyses and training using distributed compute and data infrastructure

Andrew Lonie

PRESENTATION PDF

A data quality framework for high performance datasets

Kelsey Druken

15:20 – 16:00 Afternoon Tea – Ballroom & Gallery Foyers
Concurrent Sessions
Room Ballroom Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room Fitzroy Room
Data Driven Science from Earth to Space VISMATTERS 2019
Art Gallery
General Compute Managing, Publishing, and Finding Data
Session Chair Jens Klump Carina Kemp Daniel Grimwood Loretta Davis
 16:00 – 16:20

(1600 – 1630)

Interoperable machine learning for Earth observation and climate in federated cyberinfrastructures

Tom Landry

PRESENTATION PDF


(1630 – 1700)

An semi-supervised framework for the classification and collation of complex radio galaxies using rotationally invariant self-organizing maps

Tim Galvin

PRESENTATION PDF


(1700 – 1720)

Panel Discussion

Moderator: Jens Klump

Quantum Consciousness

Paul Thomas (UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, Australia)


Karst

Snow Fu (SAIC, Chigago, USA)


Oceans We Make

Tim Marsh (Griffith Film School, Brisbane, Australia)


CRPSPR / Cas9-NHEJ: Action in the Nucleus

Martina Fröschl (Angewandte, Vienna, Austria) 


Governors Island Study

Vaughn W O’Connor (UNSW, Australia)  


Untitled

Ina Conradi Chaves & Mark Chaves (NTU, Singapore, Singapore)


[Un]natural Histories

Daniel Power (Australia)


DiKTECTION

Joan Shin (Sydney, Australia)

How to make research software a sustainable activity? Lessons from a year of planning out the US Research Software Sustainability Institute

Karthik Ram

PRESENTATION PDF

Two interpolation methods for vector fields that conserve fluxes and line integrals

Alexander Pletzer

PRESENTATION PDF

Helping researchers who work on ‘Understanding the Earth’ to better understand the new FAIR publication requirements

Lesley Wyborn

16:20 – 16:40

Scaling Agile for SKA: Adoption of SAFe as the large-scale agile methodology for the construction of the SKA software systems

Juan Carlos Guzman

Stochastic and deterministic low-order dynamical system modeling to analyze climate sensitivity and climate variability

Sergei Soldatenko

PRESENTATION PDF

Scaling Physical Sample Identifiers across all Research Domains within the Research Ecosystem

Jens Klump

PRESENTATION PDF

16:40 – 17:00

The Australian Bioinformatics Commons as an exemplar of international engagement in research infrastructure

Sarah Nisbet

(1640 – 1710)

Corrfunc: Blazing Fast Correlation Functions on the CPU

Manodeep Sinha

PRESENTATION PDF

Enabling software to be FAIR and accessible as a reproducible Service: The AuScope Scientific Software Solution Centre

Geoffrey Squire

PRESENTATION PDF

17:00 – 17:20

CloudStor Service – Re-engineering CloudStor for Infinite Scalability

Gavin Kennedy

17:20 – 18:30 Poster Reception, Ballroom & Gallery Foyers
19:00 – 22:00

Offsite Cocktail Function @ Lucky’s Speakeasy

Featuring a presentation from Barbara Ainsworth and Robert Bell –Trevor Pearcey and the foundation of CSIRO’s computing services

PRESENTATION PDF

Ground Floor, QT, 1 London Circuit, Canberra, 12 minutes walk from the National Convention Centre

Wednesday 8 May 2019 – Conference Day 2

08:00 – 09:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee/Tea – Ballroom Foyer
Plenary Sessions – Ballroom
Session Chair: Sam Moskwa/John Zic 
09:00 – 09:05 Welcome to Day 2
09:05 – 09:50

Cloud Computing for Research: A Comparison of Data Storage Services

James Gallagher

09:50 – 10:35

A new paradigm for environmental prediction?

Charlie Ewan, Alberto Arribas

PRESENTATION PDF

10:35 – 11:15 Morning Tea – Ballroom & Gallery Foyers
Concurrent Sessions – Ballroom
Room Ballroom Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room Fitzroy Room
Pangeo and Scalable Geoscience session 1 VISMATTERS 2019
Art Gallery
Visualisation Machine Learning Managing, Publishing, and Finding Data
Session Chair Claire Trenham Brian Davis Matthew Whiting Tanya Whiteway
11:15 – 11:35

Facing up to the climate (data) crisis

Thomas Moore

Quantum Consciousness

Paul Thomas (UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, Australia)


Karst

Snow Fu (SAIC, Chigago, USA)


Oceans We Make

Tim Marsh (Griffith Film School, Brisbane, Australia)


CRPSPR / Cas9-NHEJ: Action in the Nucleus

Martina Fröschl (Angewandte, Vienna, Austria) 


Governors Island Study

Vaughn W O’Connor (UNSW, Australia)  


Untitled

Ina Conradi Chaves & Mark Chaves (NTU, Singapore, Singapore)


[Un]natural Histories

Daniel Power (Australia)


DiKTECTION

Joan Shin (Sydney, Australia)

It’s all connected! Visualisation, tools and systems for sustainable aquaculture

Daniel Wild

PRESENTATION PDF

Extracting Meaningful Features from Early-Science Radio Data

Matthew Alger

Building a Data Intensive Infrastructure for evaluating the role of Universities in Society

Richard Hosking

11:35 – 11:55

Pangeo Performance: Benchmarking Interactive Big Data Climate Science

James Munroe

Visualisation at DST

Kristina Johnson

Feature engineering for catalysis, material in-between periodic and molecular systems

Meli Fischer

Putting the “R” into FAIR. Licensing research data for reuse and recognition

Gerry Ryder

11:55 – 12:15

Visualization of Livestock Disease Control Scenarios

Florence Wang

(11:55 – 12:25)

Deep learning based yield estimation and fruit quality prediction platform

Dadong Wang

 

(12:25 – 12:35)

Classifying and predicting the electron affinity of diamond nanoparticles using machine learning

Chris Feigl

Data Versioning: understanding patterns and developing principles for datasets used in ‘Understanding the Earth’

Jens Klump

12:15 – 12:35

Directly computing against public and research cloud object stores

Paul Branson

Mixed Reality + Internet Of Things = ?

Florence Wang

Linking Data, Samples, Software, Texts – publishing Services at GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

Kirsten Elger

PRESENTATION PDF

12:35 – 13:50 Lunch – Ballroom & Gallery Foyers
Concurrent Sessions
Room Ballroom Torrens Room Swan Room Murray Room Fitzroy Room
Pangeo and Scalable Geoscience session 2 VISMATTERS 2019
Art Gallery
General General General
Session Chair Thomas Moore Linda Mclver Pamela Brodie Garry Swan
13:50 – 14:10

Pangeo at the National Center for Atmospheric Research

Julia Kent

PRESENTATION PDF

 

Quantum ConsciousnessPaul Thomas (UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, Australia)


Karst

Snow Fu (SAIC, Chigago, USA)


Oceans We Make

Tim Marsh (Griffith Film School, Brisbane, Australia)


CRPSPR / Cas9-NHEJ: Action in the Nucleus

Martina Fröschl (Angewandte, Vienna, Austria) 


Governors Island Study

Vaughn W O’Connor (UNSW, Australia)  


Untitled

Ina Conradi Chaves & Mark Chaves (NTU, Singapore, Singapore)


[Un]natural Histories

Daniel Power (Australia)


DiKTECTION

Joan Shin (Sydney, Australia)

Increasing scientific productivity through scalable computation and data

Ben Evans

Towards a research data management and analytics strategy

Matt Bellgard

 

Data-Driven Identification of Coal Reservoir Families

Tauqir Moughal

14:10 – 14:30

Scheduling, deploying and monitoring 100 million tasks.

Andreas Wicenec

Use of high performance computing and high performance data in magnetotelluric data processing and inversion

Alison Kirkby

Location Index: Capability, Methodology and Approach

Irina Bastrakova

14:30 – 14:50

Met Office Pangeo: Giving Scientists Back Their Flow

Kevin Donkers

PRESENTATION PDF

 

Geoscience data storage and management for advanced data analytics

Chitra Viswanathan

Resolving the seismic velocity structure of the Australian lithosphere

Marcus Haynes

Fully Homomorphic Encryption and k-Nearest Neighbour Classification

Kiowa Scott-Hurley, Chris Watkins

PRESENTATION PDF

14:50 – 15:10

Archetype and Prototype Analysis of Graphene-Oxide Nanoflakes

Benyamin Motevalli

Factors affecting ENSO predictability in an empirical model of tropical air-sea interactions

Harun Rashid

The relational model and category theory as a basis for interoperable heterogeneous data repositories

James Hester

PRESENTATION PDF

15:10 – 15:50 Afternoon Tea – Ballroom & Gallery Foyers
Plenary Sessions – Ballroom
Session Chair: Sam Moskwa/John Zic
15:50 – 16:50

How Ultra-high dimensional machine learning and serverless cloud architecture transforms life science research

Denis Bauer

PRESENTATION PDF


Integrated Characterisation of the Australian Plate for Mineral Potential Assessment

Karol Czarnota


High Performance Computing at DST: An update

John Taylor

16:50 – 17:00 Closing Remarks
From 1715 HackyHour@C3DIS, Derwent Room

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