Complete List of Talks
Seamless Scientific Computing from Laptops to Clouds, keynote talk at ScienceCloud Workshop at HPDC, 2017.
Reconsidering the Filesystem for DAG Structured Workflows, at Huawei Labs, March 2017.
A First Look at Reproducibility and Non-Determinism in CMS Software and ROOT Data, Computing in High Energy Physics, October 2016.
Combining Containers and Workflow Systems for Reproducible Execution, DASPOS Workshop on Container Technology, May 2016.
Preservation and Portability in Distributed Scientific Computing, Grid 5000 Winter School, Grenoble, France, February 2016.
Analyzing LHC Data on 10K Cores with Lobster, Workshop on Data Intensive Computing in the Clouds at ACM/IEEE Supercomputing, November 2015.
Techniques for Preserving Scientific Software Executions: Preserve the Mess or Encourage Cleanliness, International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPres), November 2015.
Reproducibility and Preservation of Scientific Applications, Trends in HPDC Workshop, IBM Almaden, March 2015.
Lobster: Personalized Opportunistic Computing for CMS at Scale, CVMFS Workshop, CERN, March 2015.
Toward a Common Model of Highly Concurrent Applications, Keynote talk at MTAGS Workshop at Supercomputing 2013.
Scaling Up Without Blowing Up, Greater Chicago Area Systems Research Workshop, May 2013.
Portable Resource Management for Data Intensive Workflows, HTCondor Workshop, May 2013.
Computational Abstractions: Strategies for Scaling Up Applications, Initiative for Computational Economics, University of Chicago, July 2012.
Real-World Barriers to Scaling Up Scientific Applications, Vrije University, The Netherlands, March 2012.
Unsolved Computer Science Problems in Distributed Computing, Workshop on Grid Computing: The Next Decade, Zakopane, Poland, January 2012.
High Throughput Scientific Computing with Condor: Computer Science Challenges in Large Scale Parallelism, University of Alabama at Birmingham, October 2011.
Scaling up Data Intensive Science with Application Frameworks, Michigan State University, September 2011.
Opportunities and Dangers in Large Scale Data Intensive Computing, Large Scale Data Mining Workshop at SIGKDD, August 2011.
Condor Compatible Tools for Data Intensive Computing, Condor Week, Madison WI, May 2011.
Models and Frameworks for Data Intensive Cloud Computing, IDGA Cloud Computing Summit, Washington DC, February 2011.
Experience with Cloud Adoption at Notre Dame, IEEE Cloud Computing, November 2010.
Scaling Up Data Intensive Science to Campus Grids, at Clemson University, September 2009.
Science in the Clouds: History, Challenges, and Opportunities, opening talk at Cloud Computing and the Geosciences Workshop, IUPUI, Indianapolis, September 2009.
Getting Beyond the Filesystem, High End Computing File Systems and I/O Workshop, Washington DC, August 2009.
Scaling Up Data Intensive Scientific Applications to Campus Grids, keynote talk at Large Scale Application Performance (LSAP) Workshop at HPDC, June 2009.
High Throughput Computing with Condor at Notre Dame CRC Workshop, April 2009.
Using Abstractions to Scale Up Applications to Campus Grids, Purdue University, April 2009.
Using Small Abstractions to Program Large Distributed Systems (and multicore computers), Fermilab, February 2009.
Using Small Abstractions to Program Large Distributed Systems (and multicore computers), Distributed Programming Abstractions Workshop, 11 December 2008.
Programming Distributed Systems with High Level Abstractions, Cloud Computing Workshop (CCA08), Chicago October 2008.
Cooperative Computing for Data Intensive Science, NSF Bridges to Engineering 2020 Conference, March 2008.
Survey of Programming Models for Data Intensive Grid Computing, DPA Workshop, November 2007.
Efficient Access to Many Small Files in a Filesystem for Grid Computing, IEEE Grid, September 2007.
Data Intensive Abstractions for High End Biometric Applications, High End Computing FSIO Working Group, August 2007.
An Introduction to Grid Computing Research at Notre Dame, ND ACM Computer Club, February 2007.
Harnessing Idle Computers with Condor at Notre Dame: Impact on Research 2006, Notre Dame AFS/Unix Group, February 2007.
Operating System Support for Space Allocation in Grid Storage Systems, IEEE Grid Computing, Barcelona, Spain, September 2006.
Positioning Dynamic Storage Caches for Transient Data, Workshop on High Performance I/O Systems at IEEE Cluster Computing, Barcelona, Spain, September 2006.
Attacking Data Intensive Science with Distributed Computing, University of Notre Dame, September 2006.
Tactical Storage: Simple, Secure, and Semantic Access to Remote Data, European Condor Week, July 2006.
Debugging Distributed Systems via Data Mining, IEEE High Performance Distributed Computing, June 2006.
Enabling Data Intensive Science with Tactical Storage Systems, Computing Techniques Seminar, Fermi National Accelerator Laborator, Batavia, Illinois, February 2006.
Transparently Adapting Scientific Applications for the Grid, DutchGrid Computing Colloquium, Netherlands Institude for High Energy Physics (NIKHEF), Amsterdam, Netherlands, January 2006.
Enabling Data Intensive Science with Tactical Storage Systems, EGEE Computing Seminar, European Laboratory for High Energy Physics (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland, January 2006.
The Consequences of Decentralized Security in a Cooperative Storage System, IEEE Workshop on Security in Storage, December 2005.
Separating Abstractions from Resources in a Tactical Storage System, Supercomputing, Nov 2005.
Identity Boxing: A New Technique for Consistent Global Identity, Supercomputing, Nov 2005.
Tactical Storage Systems, Purdue RCAC/CRI, October 2005.
Enabling Data Intensive Science with Tactical Storage Systems, INFN, Bologna, Italy, May 2005.
Identity Boxing, University of Notre Dame, March 2005.
Research Issues in Cooperative Computing, University of Notre Dame, October 2004.
Mapping Condor, Paradyn/Condor Week, University of Wisconsin, April 2004.
Parrot: Transparent User-Level Middleware for Data-Intensive Computing, Workshop on Adaptive Grid Middleware New Orleans, September 2003.
The Ethernet Approach to Grid Computing, IEEE Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing 12, Seattle WA, June 2003.
Reliability and Troubleshooting with Condor, PPDG Troubleshooting Workshop, December 2002.
Error Scope: Theory and Practice, Griphyn Reliability Workshop, July 2002.
New Wine in Old Bottles: Java and Condor, University of Wisconsin Systems Seminar, February 2002.
Errors, Status, and Asynchrony, JLAB, January 2002.
Farming with Condor, INFN, Bologna, December 2001.
Error Management in a Virtual Operating System, OS Seminar, University of Wisconsin, October 2001.
Kangaroo Poster, OS Seminar, University of Wisconsin, September 2001.
The Kangaroo Approach to Data Movement on the Grid, IEEE Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing 10, San Francisco, August 2001.
The Difficulties of Distributed Data, Workshop on Large-Scale Clusters, Fermilab, May 2001.
Reliable Data Transfer on the Grid, Paradyn-Condor Week 2001, University of Wisconsin, March 2001.
The Kangaroo Approach to Data Movement on the Grid, OS Seminar, University of Wisconsin, March 2001.
High Throughput Computing on Commodity Computers, SIAM CSE00, Washington DC, September 2000.
Multiple Bypass: Interposition Agents for Distributed Systems, OS Seminar, University of Wisconsin, September 2000.
Bypass: A Tool for Building Distributed Systems, IEEE Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing 9, Pittsburgh, August 2000.
Condor by Example, INFN, Bologna, June 2000.
Remote I/O in Condor, INFN, Milan, June 2000.