a one-day workshop to be held on 7 December 2010
as part of the
IEEE e-Science 2010 conference
Queensland University of Technology
Brisbane, 7-10 December 2010
See http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/escience2010astro/ for
workshop information and abstract submission.
We are particularly interested in talks from representatives of large survey and simulation projects (current and future)
September 10, 2010: early deadline for registering an interest
in presenting a talk at the workshop if intending
to have a paper included in the IEEE proceedings
of the main conference;
October 7, 2010: final deadline to register for a talk;
November 30, 2010: final registration;
December 7, 2010: e-Science Astronomy and Astrophysics workshop
December 8-10, 2010: main IEEE e-Science conference
The focus of the workshop will be on e-Science challenges within
astronomy and astrophysics, the innovations that these challenges
are producing now and the innovations that will be required in the
near future. A particular aim is to discuss the needs of large
survey and simulation projects in terms of data management, data
distribution and data characterisation/analysis. The opportunity
to have this discussion amongst the broader e-Science community,
and the associated crossover of knowledge and ideas, will hopefully
enhance existing efforts in these areas.
The organising committee would welcome hearing from anyone
interested in attending the workshop and/or making a presentation
related to these themes.
Please register your interest at:
and we look forward to seeing you in Brisbane in early December.
Jarrod Hurley (on behalf of the Organising Committee)