Abstract Submission - UKRI Cloud Workshop 2020
The UKRI cloud working group is holding its annual cloud workshop on March 3rd 2020. We’re looking for talk submissions for the workshop covering all aspects of research computing using cloud, both public and private. We expect the workshop to be a mix of talks from researchers explaining their use of cloud technologies to address specific research goals to representatives from cloud vendors and research infrastructure providers presenting particular technical developments and innovations to facilitate research workloads.
Use this form to submit an abstract for the workshop. General registration to attend the event will be open in the new year.
We’ve provided some suggested topics and themes. See:
However, submissions outside of these areas are also welcome!
The deadline for submissions is 31st January. The Cloud Working Group will review the submission and we’ll let successful submitters know by 14th February.
Event Timing: 3rd March 2020
Event Address: Francis Crick Institute, London
Select the type of submission you would like to make. (Make a second submission if you have more than one idea)
Talk - 15-20 min presentation
Lightning Talk - 5 min pitch on a topic of your choice
Breakout session e.g. hackathon or training
Demo - provide a demonstration of some software that you have developed
Your abstract - Tell us about the research that is being enabled and supported through your use of cloud (200 words maximum)
Select the relevant topics and themes for your submission
IoT, AI and Data Analysis
Development, deployment and operations for private and/or community clouds
HPC in the cloud, performance and benchmarking
Addressing challenges integrating storage and data access interfaces for scientific workloads
Research outputs from use of cloud
Organisation challenges in Cloud Computing - procurement, data governance, legal controls, cost controls
Are you happy for your presentation materials to be shared publicly after the workshop?
We may have facilities to record presentations. Please indicate if you are happy for a recording of your presentation to be shared publicly
Would you like to see a panel session on the programme? What might the topic be?
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