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Day 0 - Industry Advisory Board Day
Wednesday, Oct. 10
Location: The Peachtree Club
990 Peachtree St., 28th Fl., Atlanta, GA 30309
Dress Code: Business Casual
6:30-7:00PMCocktails | Pre-Registration
Day 1
Thursday, Oct. 11
Location: KACB 1116,
College of Computing - Klaus Advanced Computing Building
266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332-0765
8:30-9:00AMRegistration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:30AMWelcome, Introductions and Meeting Overview, Karsten Schwan, CERCS Director
9:30-11:30AMSESSION I: ManyCore Computing on Virtualized and Heterogeneous Platforms - Milos Prvulovic
Presentations on joint research with companies that include HP, IBM, Intel and others
 Harmony: Run-time Support for Managing Heterogeneous Accelerators, Sudha Yalamanchili
 Fluid Software: Hiding the Heterogeneity for Programmer Productivity, Nathan Clark
 Economic Mechanisms for Shared Resource Management in Multi-Core Processors, Gabriel Loh
 M-Channels and M-Brokers: Coordinated Management in Virtualized Enterprises, Sanjay Kumar
 Feedback Directed Perfecting, Hyesoon Kim
11:45-1:00PMLunch/Discussions (includes NSF Evaluation)
1:30-3:00PMCERCS/CoC/ECE Distinguished Lecture and Keynote Address:
"Essential Computing: Is Inference the Key Ingredient"
Andrew Chien, Vice President for Research, Intel Corporation
3:30-5:00PMSESSION II: Seamless Systems and Platforms - Sean Lee
Applications in Healthcare, Cyberphysical Systems, and Security and associated Platform Enhancements
 Cross-Layer Identity Management and Access Management for Electronic Medical Records, Mustaque Ahamad
 Seamless Application and Systems Platforms, Karsten Schwan
   Sustainable Cyberenvironment, Calton Pu
 MemTracker: Programmable Hardware for Monitoring Software Execution, Milos Prvulovic
5:00-7:00PMPoster Session: CERCS/Industry and Federally Funded Research - Gabe Loh
7:00-9:00PMIndustry and Advisory Board Dinner (includes discussion on major joint research initiatives, Sudha Yalamanchili)
Location: Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, (Conference 2)
800 Spring St. NW (Tech Square)
Day 2
Friday, Oct. 12
Location: KACB 1116,
College of Computing - Klaus Advanced Computing Building
266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332-0765
8:30-9:00AMRegistration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:30AMSESSION III: From Enterprise to Service Systems and Applications - Ling Liu
Presentation of joint research with companies that include Delta Air Lines, HP, IBM, and Worldspan
 The State-Space Approach for Enabling Self-Management of Enterprise-Scale Systems, Vibhore Kumar
 Mobile Enterprise Systems, Services and Applications, Ling Liu
 Elba Project: Automated Systems Management and Observation-Based Performance Characterization, Calton Pu
 Integrating Goal Modeling and Execution in Adaptive Complex Enterprises, Rajiv Ramnath
 Understanding the Behavior of Complex Enterprise Systems, Karsten Schwan
11:00-12:30PMCERCS Distinguished Lecture and Keynote Address:
"Self-managing Data Centers: The Information Engine for Next Generation Internet Applications"
Rich Friedrich, Director, Enterprise Systems and Software Laboratory, HP Labs
12:30-1:30PMLunch/Discussions (includes update on Ohio State's CERCS CETI Program)
2:00-3:30PMPANEL: High Performance Computing and I/O in a Virtualized World - Ada Gavrilovska
Molham Aref, LogicBlox
Scott Klasky, Oak Ridge Natl. Labs
Ron Oldfield, Sandia Natl. Labs
Philip Roth, Oak Ridge Natl. Labs
Patrick Widener, Univ. of New Mexico
Matthew Wolf, Georgia Tech
2:00-3:30PMBOF on Web Services, Autonomic Computing, and Industry Standards - Mark Weitzel, IBM Corporation
Location: KACB 3100
3:30-4:00PMWrapup - Karsten Schwan

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