General Program - v.18.10.2016

Program in PDF Posters Demo booths Book of abstracts Lightning talks

 Sunday 16 October 2016

12:00 Registration Desk opens – Stazione Marittima
Tutorials (Open to all delegates)
14:15-16:30 T1 - S. O’Toole - Everything you’ve heard about Agile development is wrong
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
17:00-18:45 T2 - T. Robitaille - Multi-dimensional linked data exploration with glue
19:00 Welcome Reception at Magazzino 42

 
Monday 17 October 2016

09:00-09:30 Welcome addresses (Nuria Lorente, Fabio Pasian)
Key Theme 4 - Long-term Management of Data Archives
Session 1 Chair: Nuria Lorente
09:30-10:00 I1.1 - C. Arviset (invited) - From ISO to Gaia : a 20-years journey through data archives management
10:00-10:15 O1.2 - S. Nieto - The Euclid Archive System: A data-centric approach to big data
10:15-10:30 O1.3 - S. Witz - Towards a Self-Healing Archive
10:30-11:30 Coffee Break and poster viewing
Session 2 Chair: Harry Teplitz
11:30-11:45 O2.1 - W. Landry - Instantaneous Archives
11:45-12:00 O2.2 - S. Graves - The JCMT SCUBA-2 Legacy Release: Unexpected Benefits and Lessons Learned
12:00-12:15 O2.3 - J. Salgado - ESASky: A simple/performant interface on massive astronomical data
12:15-12:30 O2.4 - Xiuqin Wu - Next generation Firefly for web application
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
13:30-14:00 F1 - Focus demo: PlanetS DACE Platform - Data and Analysis Center for Exoplanets (N. Buchschacher)
Key Theme 4 - Long-term Management of Data Archives
Session 3 Chair: Tadafumi Takata
14:00-14:30 I3.1 - L. Rebull (invited) - NASA's Long-Term Astrophysics Data Archives
14:30-14:45 O3.2 - P. Fernique - Long-term management of 1000s of All-Sky reference data sets using the HiPS network
14:45-15:00 O3.3 - C. Loup - What is SIMBAD, and what is it not?
15:00-15:15 O3.4 - K. Levay - Linking the Literature to the Data
Key Theme 7 - Surveys for Transient Objects in the Era of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
Session 4 Chair: Pascal Ballester
15:15-15:45 I4.1 - Eric Chassande-Mottin (invited) - Searches of gravitational-wave transients with low latency
15:45-16:00 O4.2 - A. Zoli - The AGILE pipeline for Gravitational Waves events follow-up
16:00-16:15 O4.3 - A. Szomoru - CLEOPATRA: Connecting Locations of ESFRI Observatories and Partners in Astronomy for Timing and Real-time Alerts
16:15-16:30 O4.4 - B. Meade - Optimised workspaces enhance time-critical astronomy
16:30-17:30 Coffee Break and poster viewing
17:30-19:00 BoF Sessions (in parallel):
  B1 - Operations in the era of large distributed telescopes (Y. Grange et al.)
  B2 - FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) and Data Representations WG (L. Chiappetti)
20:00 Gala Dinner at Savoia Excelsior Palace Hotel


Tuesday 18 October 2016

Key Theme 2 - Management of Scientific and Data Analysis Projects
Session 5 Chair: Stephen Gwyn
09:15-09:45 I5.1 - R. Lupton (invited) - Lessons we should have learned from SDSS, HSC, and LSST
09:45-10:00 O5.2 - W. O’Mullane - COTS software in science operations, is it worth it?
10:00-10:15 O5.3 - F. Genova - The Research Data Alliance: building bridges to enable scientific data sharing
10:15-10:30 O5.4 - S. Gaudet - Extending Support for Large Distributed Projects through Interoperability
10:30-11:30 Coffee Break and poster viewing
Session 6 Chair: Sébastien Derrière
11:30-11:45 O6.1 - C. Marmo - The FRIPON project or Pride and Prejudice in Citizen Sciences
11:45-12:00 O6.2 - N. Apostolakos - Designing modular software for template fitting photo-z estimation
12:00-12:15 O6.3 - M.J. Márquez - Optimization of Multi-band Galaxies Cataloguing: Description of the Data Management Pipeline
12:15-14:00 Lunch Break
Key Theme 2 - Management of Scientific and Data Analysis Projects
Session 7 Chair: Jorge Ibsen
14:00-14:15 O7.1 - A-M. Weijmans - The Challenges of a Public Data Release: behind the scenes of SDSS DR13
14:15-14:30 O7.2 - A. Galkin - Hosting astronomical data in sharded SQL databases
14:30-14:45 O7.3 – A. Korotkov - Spatial indexes in PostgreSQL for astronomy
14:45-15:15 Lightning talks
15:15-16:00 Coffee Break and poster viewing
16:00-17:30 BoF Session:
  B3 - Implementing Ideas for Improving Software Citation and Credit (P. Teuben et al.)
19:00 “Connections”: LOLA Concert at Conservatorio di Musica G. Tartini – 1st performance
20:30 “Connections”: LOLA Concert at Conservatorio di Musica G. Tartini – 2nd performance
18:45-21:00 Reception ad Birreria Forst


Wednesday 19 October 2016

Key Theme 1 - Reduction and Analysis Algorithms for Large Databases and Vice-versa
Session 8 Chair: Arnold Rots
09:00-09:15 O8.1 - M. Akhlaghi - Separating detection and catalog production: a step towards Algorithms for Large Databases and Vice-versa
09:15-09:30 O8.3 - K. Nyland - An Enhanced Multiwavelength Photometric Catalog for the Spitzer Extragalactic Representative Volume Survey
09:30-09:45 O8.4 - L. Rimoldini - Crossmatching variable objects with the Gaia data
09:45-10:00 O8.5 - R. da Silva - Euclid near-infrared imaging reduction pipeline: astrometric calibration, resampling and stacking
10:00-11:15 Coffee Break and poster viewing
Session 9 Chair: Mike Fitzpatrick
11:15-11:30 O9.1 - A. Korde-Patel - Application of Compressive Sensing to Gravitational Microlensing Data and Implications for Miniaturized Space Observatories
11:30-11:45 O9.2 - M. Pawlak - Machine Learning Variability Classification in the OGLE Project
11:45-12:00 O13.2 - M. Poncet - Using CernVM-FS to deploy Euclid processing S/W on Computing Centres
12:00-12:15 Lightning talks
12:15-13:45 Lunch Break
13:15-13:45 F2 - Focus Demo: A web interface to federalize the outcome of large, cosmological, hydro-dynamical simulations (A. Ragagnin)
Key Theme 5 - Data Models in Astrophysics
Session 10 Chair: Carlos Gabriel
13:45-14:15 I10.1 - M. Louys (invited) - Data Modeling in the Virtual Observatory framework
14:15-14:30 O10.3 - P. Dowler - The Common Archive Observation Model: Inside the Data Centre
14:30-14:45 O10.4 - K. Riebe - A Provenance Data Model for Astronomy
Key Theme 6 - Python in Astronomy
Session 11 Chair: Keith Shortridge
14:45-15:15 O11.1 - T. Robitaille (invited) - The rise of Python and the open-development revolution in Astronomy
15:15-15:30 O11.2 - M. Araya - JOVIAL: Jupyter OVerrIde for Astronomical Libraries
15:30-15:45 O11.3 - O. Laurino - Sherpa, Python, and Astronomy. A successful co-evolution
15:45-16:00 O11.4 - P. Teuben - ADMIT: ALMA Data Mining Toolkit
16:00-17:00 Coffee Break and poster viewing
17:00-18:30 BoF Sessions:
  B4 - The Astropy Project - community discussion and feedback (T. Robitaille)

 

Thursday 20 October 2016

Key Theme 3 - New Trends in HPC and Distributed Computing
Session 12 Chair: Tony Kruger
09:00-09:30 I12.1 - G. Taffoni (invited) - Shall numerical astrophysics step into the era of exascale computing?
09:30-09:45 O12.2 - F. Pierfederici - Massive Scientific Workloads: Lessons Learned From Petaflop-Scale Weather Simulations
09:45-10:00 O12.3 - S. Castro - HPC Development for the ALMA Pipeline
10:00-10:15 O12.4 - J. Buss - FACT-Tools – Processing High-Volume Telescope Data
10:15-10.45 Coffee Break
Session 13 Chair: Fabio Pasian
10:45-11:15 I13.1 - T. Ferrari (invited) - EGI technical platforms for advanced computing
11:15-11:30 O13.3 - A. Schaaff - Improving astronomical online services with Apache Spark and Docker
Key Theme 8 - Miscellanea
Session 14 Chair: Nuria Lorente
11:30-11:45 O14.1 - A. Karick - Building a community of tech savvy astronomers in the era of “big-data" and "data science"
11:45-12:15 Panel Discussion
12:15-12:30 O14.2 - ADASS XXVI Concluding Remarks
12:30 End of meeting
12:30-14:00 Lunch and Poster removal