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CETI Applied Research Colloquium Fall Quarter 2010

CETI Applied Research Colloquium Fall Quarter 2010 11:30am-1:00pm Caldwell 400

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When Sep 22, 2010 01:00 PM to
Dec 11, 2010 01:00 PM
Where http://www.osu.edu/map/building.php?building=026
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Contact Phone 614-292-9358
Attendees All C.E.T.I. Members
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September 24th: Orientation for new students to C.E.T.I. presented by

#1 Dr. Rajiv Ramnath

#2 Dr. Jay Ramanathan

October 8th: Meeting/Presentation 'Research in Technology Issues' by Saama Technologies and Sypherlink

  • #1 Mr. Suresh Katta, President and CEO of Saama Technologies

  • #2 James Paat, CEO of Sypherlink

1) 11:30 - 1:00pm Presentation of NIEM and of prioritized NIEM researchprojects.

2) 1-2 pm Discussion with CETI directors about NIEM workshop and other project management issues.

October 15th: Meeting/Presentation 'Research in Technology Issues' by Kirwan Institute, OSU

  • #1 Jason Reece, Senior Researcher, Kirwan Inst

October 22nd: Meeting/Presentation by Jeff Fries, Recruiter

October 29th : Introduction to Energy Course - 843

  • 11.30 AM - 12.30 PM Presentation by Mr. Tom Curley on the new course that he is going to offer in this winter.
  • 1.00 PM - 1.30 PM Presentation by Mr. Santosh on Large Scale Application Projects

November 5,2010 : 

  • Gaurang Mehta(11:45AM to 1.00PM)
Bio http://www.isi.edu/~gmehta/Gaurang_Mehta/About_Me.html

Abstract: Scientific Workflows are now common in all scientific fields. Pegasus a workflow management system in development for the last 10 years allows you to effectively run your scientific workflows on a wide variety of clusters, grid resources and cloud infrastructure with very minimal change.  In this talk i will present the basics of Pegasus and its use in BioInformatics workflows.

  • Presentation by Rohit Patali on his thesis topic (11.30AM to 11.45AM)
November 12,2010 :
  • Presentation by Shweta Deshpande and Arun Chockalingam (11.30PM to 12.00 NOON)
The presentation is on "case study research" - How to do case study research and an example of how it  can be applied and an example of how it has been used.

November 19, 2010 :
  • Presentation by Bruno Ribeiro and Aaron Ganci on Capstone projects in CSE 758 and 762
  • Presentation by John Kelly ,OEConnection Director of Applications
  • Presentation by Anand Sreenivasan.Please refer to the project abstract below.

     Project Abstract : 

Real Time Performance Monitoring systems allows you to monitor network performance and efficiency. Many of the current approaches involve methods like round-robin ping service and/or parallel monitoring using non-blocking I/O’s.While these methods are good enough for small number of nodes, they fail to generalize and scale to highly complex network infrastructures. Our approach describes an architecture and toolkit for configuring tests for active, passive and end-to-end measurements using parameters(e.g: SNMP etc.) built within these systems. The contents of SNMP replies are analyzed in parallel and in real time by the toolkit. The toolkit also provides a Network oriented approach for storing network data and provides an API with JSON output for front end visualization along with accessing other real time information like Time Series charts and Intensity Maps.

November 26,2010 :

  • Presentation by Xu Zhe (11.30AM to 11.45AM)
  • Presentation by Ajay Mulay(11.45AM to 12.00NOON)
  • Presentation by Shubhanan Deshpande(12.00NOON to 12.15PM)

December 3,2010 :
  • Presentation by Shubhanan Deshpande (11.30AM to 12.15PM)
     Project Abstract(Shubhanan Deshpande):

Contemporary domain software successfully captures objects and interactions in corresponding real-world domains, but is oblivious of the commonality of its fundamental elements in the underlying real world. Such disjoint domain modeling has lead to specialized but isolated stacks of software capabilities that should rather be connected as the real-world domains do; and inter-connecting such existing domain software is the classic enterprise application and information integration problem. Augmenting this is the appreciation and pervasion of open source methodology that enables dispersed expertise and communities of practice to enhance their own domains of interest. With more and more real-world day-to-day (inter)actions needing to be enabled by software, engineers have to address an array of computation, system integration, collaboration and user outreach requirements together.NSF coined the term “Cyberinfrastructure” through the Blue-Ribbon committee in 2003, to refer to any large scale, distributed software system that connects people, technologies, computers and data. Allied research attempts formalizing the cyberinfrastructure concept and acknowledges it as being a nascent revolution in the current industry. Through the course of this thesis, we study and characterize such a system to study how the software for real-world domains can be developed to alleviate the concerns identified above. Adhering to this characterization, we propose a framework and a reference implementation for evolving the cyber infrastructure to establish an understanding of the domain elements with each other and support re-use. An evaluation of the framework against the above concerns is presented, followed by exploring possible directions for furthering this framework. The appendices talk more about the implementations in the framework.

  • Presentation by Roshni Datta(12.15PM to 1.00PM)
      Project abstract(Roshni Datta)
Provide a knowledge based  performance management framework using agent based modeling that helps in visualizing organizational performance, analysis of the cause and eventually assists in decision making.
December 10,2010:
  • Presentation by Changpil Lee
      Project Abstract (Changpil Lee):
Kuali Rice Training and Levles of Tests
1. Overall explanation Kuali Rice as an java open source.
2. Explanation of Java related technologies to develop Kuali Rice and Kuali Rice Architecture
3. Kuali Rice Training Diagram.

4. Research Question: how much a tester knows software architecture, the tester can do which tests. Levels of knowledge of software architecture vs. levels of tests( unit, system, components, performance .....tests)

  • Presentation by Rachit Sood 
  • Presentation by Xu Yingxiao    
  • Presentation by Arun C S
December 17,2010:
  • Meeting with Mr.Suresh Katta ( President & CEO Saama Technologies, Inc.)- 9.00AM to 10.00AM

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