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Genomic Science Program

Computing Infrastructure and Networking Workshop for Genomes to Life
Gaithersburg, Maryland

Report on the Computational Infrastructure Workshop for the Genomes to Life Program as PDF


January 22, 2002

8:30 - 12:00
Introduction and Welcome - Gary Johnson, U.S. Department of Energy

1. Overall vision - John Wooley, University of California San Diego PDF
2. Hardware from biology perspective - Marshall Peterson, Celera PDF
3. Biology from computer science perspective - Bill Camp, Sandia National Laboratory PDF
Group discussion of hardware infrastructure

Working Lunch

1:00 - 4:30
Enabling Technologies
1. Overall vision - Bill Beavis, National Center for Genome Resources PDF
2. Enabling technologies from biology perspective - Steve Wiley, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PDF
3. Computer science perspective - Rick Stevens, Argonne National Laboratory PDF
Group discussion of enabling technologies infrastructure

January 23, 2002

8:30 - 12:00
Data and Networking Infrastructure
ESnet - George Sweverniak PDF
GTL Data Center - Ying Xu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory PDF
SDM and GTL - Terence Critchlow, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory PDF
Data infrastructure questions - Carl Anderson, Brookhaven National Laboratory PDF
Group discussion of biology needs in data and networking and initial discussions of a Data Standard
Closing remarks - Marvin Frazier, U.S. Department of Energy

12:00 Meeting ends


Technologies for Characterizing Molecular and Cellular Systems Relevant to Bioenergy and Environment [9/17]

Carbon Cycling Projects Awarded [10/16]

Plant Feedstock Genomics for Bioenergy Abstracts [9/16]

Bioenergy Research Centers
Key Advances Update: 2014-2016 [06/16]

BER Biological Systems Science Division Strategic Plan [10/15]

BER BSSD funds the Genomic Science Program


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