9º BRESCI - Brazilian e-Science Workshop

PROGRAMAÇÃO

SEGUNDA-FEIRA (20/07/2015)

Trilha Principal, Trilha de Bioinformática

08:30-09:10

Um sistema para análise de genomas a partir de metagenomas

Autores: Vivian Pereira, Geraldo Santos-Júnior, Luciano Digiampietri

09:10-09:50

Aplicação de Árvores de Decisão para Recomendação de Parâmetros em Workflows

Autores: Renan Camara, Aline Paes, Daniel de Oliveira

09:50-10:10

Pipeline para identificação e armazenamento de repetições adjacentes

Autores: Matheus Eloy Franco, Mozart Marins, Ana Lucia Fachin

Keynote, Trilha Principal, Trilha de Biodiversidade

11:00-12:00

KEYNOTE: Informática na Biodiversidade

Pedro Corrêa (USP)

12:00

Premiação de melhor trabalho do IX BRESCI

 

12:00-12:20

Elicitação e Estruturação de Conhecimento: Um Arcabouço Conceitual Aplicado à Biodiversidade

Autores: Andréa Albuquerque, José Campos dos Santos, Alberto Castro

12:20-12:40

Ontologia de Aplicação para o Lago Batata

Autores: Adriano de Souza, Adriana Medeiros

12:40-13:00

Georreferenciamento de dados biológicos legados do INPA

Autores: Elizziane Farias, José Campos dos Santos

Trilha Principal, Trilha de Astronomia

17:00-17:40

A Computational Infrastructure Model for Research on Computer Vision

Autores: Antonio C. Nazare Jr., Marco Rodrigues, Victor Hugo de Melo, Artur Correia, Gabriel Gonçalves, Keiller Nogueira, Carlos Caetano, Edemir Ferreira de Andrade Junior

17:40-18:00

Um Processo Exploratório para Classificação de Estrelas e Galáxias

Autores: Eduardo Machado, Ricardo Ogando, Eduardo Bezerra, Luiz da Costa, Marcio Maia, Angelo Fausti Neto, Eduardo Ogasawara

TERÇA-FEIRA (21/07/2015)

Trilha Principal

08:30-09:10

Managing Uncertainty in Spatio-Temporal Series

Autores: Yania Molina Souto, Ana Maria de Carvalho Moura, Fabio Andre Porto

09:10-09:50

Um Mapeamento Sistemático Sobre o Uso de Metodologias Ágeis no Processo de Experimentação

Autores: Augusto Romeiro, Daniel de Oliveira

09:50-10:30

An Architecture for Developing Cyber Environments using Multiple HPC Infrastructures for e-Science Applications

Autores: Felipe Anderson Maciel, Carina Teixeira de Oliveira, Renato Juaçaba-Neto, João Marcelo Uchôa de Alencar, Paulo Rego, Danielo G. Gomes, Rossana Andrade, José De Souza

Trilha Principal, Trilha de Meio Ambiente

11:00-11:40

Gestão Semântica de Dados Meteorológicos Apoiada em Ontologias de Proveniência

Autores: Sérgio Manuel Serra da Cruz, Tiago M. Barbosa, Ednaldo Oliveira dos Santos, Gustavo Bastos Lyra

11:40-12:20

Implementação Computacional de Consolidação Automática de Dados Distribuídos em Apoio à Gestão de Saúde

Autores: Renato Cerceau, Elaine Sigette, Ricardo Mesquita, Jorge Zavaleta, Ricardo Cerceau, Luis Alfredo Carvalho, Raimundo Costa

12:20-12:40

Uso de Redes Neurais para Previsão da Temperatura da Superfície do Mar do Oceano Atlântico

Autores: Patricia Mattos Teixeira, Ana-Maria Dubois-Iorgulescu, Rebecca Salles, Eduardo Bezerra, Eduardo Ogasawara, Leonardo Silva de Lima

Atenção: Todos os trabalhos aceitos para o IX BRESCI serão apresentação na modalidade oral. Não será necessário apresentação/confecção de posteres para os trabalhos curtos. Os trabalhos longos tem até 30 minutos e os curtos até 20 minutos para sua apresentações orais.

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission due: April 26th, 2015 May 4th, 2015
Notification of acceptance: May31th, 2015
Camera ready due: June 13th, 2015 June 16th, 2015

 

PREMIAÇÃO DE MELHOR ARTIGO

Managing Uncertainty in Spatio-Temporal Series
Autores: Yania Molina Souto, Ana Maria de Carvalho Moura, Fabio Andre Porto


MOTIVATION

 

Over the past decades, scientists have experienced a (re)revolution in the way science and engineering has been conducted. Specially, computation became an established third brand of science alongside theory and experiment. Scientists now need to access and exploit computational resources and databases that are geographically distributed through the use of high speed networks. In order to address the next generation of scientific problems, multidisciplinary and distributed teams of scientists need to collaborate to make progress on these new challenges.

 

The IX e-Science workshop serves as a forum to present, discuss and establish new partnerships among scientists that participate in research and tool developments, and highlights related activities from the Brazilian and international communities. The main goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers into all aspects of e-Science. The first three versions of the event were co-located with Brazilian Symposium on Databases and Software Engineering (SBBD/SBES), and showed that there is an interesting audience on the theme. New projects have taken place, based on partnerships on the database and software engineering area. The five editions of the workshop were organized in cooperation with the organization of the CSBC (Brazilian Computer Science Society Conference). In addition, audience observed an increase of interest in the event, especially from Bioinformatics, Astronomy, Chemistry and Biology communities.

 

According to the evolution that we have observed in previous editions, the present edition of e-Science Workshop is organized in five tracks. Four of them correspond to specific target areas of Science, namely, Bioinformatics, Astronomy, Chemistry and Environmental Sciences. We expect the interaction of Computer Science community with researchers from these target areas will strengthen the relationship between these communities. Moreover, this approach allows the identification of demands on computing infrastructure from the point of view of these target areas. Finally, the main track focuses specifically on computing, which has been a traditional concern in previous editions of the workshop.

 

The IX e-Science workshop (BRESCI) will happen between the 20th and 21th of July 2015 at Recife, PE- Brazil. Recife is a pleasent city located near rivers that flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Recife has a developed tourist sector, its Historic Centre of the Town of Olinda, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982. Recife's infrastructure is among the most developed in Brazil for travellers and business people, though there is wide room for improvement. The city is also an educational center home of several universities, porto digital and cesar. 


 The IX e-Science workshop (BRESCI) tracks are presented bellow.


TOPICS OF INTEREST

 

The topics of interest of the workshop include (but are not limited to): 

 

MAIN TRACK

•     Infrastructure for e-Science applications
•     Scientific workflow management
•     Ontologies and databases for e-Science
•     Data Models for scientific data
•     Data and process provenance
•     Collaborative Science Models and Techniques
•     Data Access Management
•     Virtual e-Science Organizations
•     Service-Oriented Grid Architectures
•     Grid economy and Business Models
•     Autonomic, Real-Time and Self-Organizing Grids
•     Web semantics for e-Science
•     Enabling Technologies for e-Science: Internet and Web Services
•     e-Science Experimentation Environments
•     Experimentation processes for science in large scale

 

BIOINFORMATICS TRACK

•    Next Generation Sequencing Analysis
•    Structural Bioinformatics
•    Scientific data management and data mining
•    Web Services in Bioinformatics
•    Algorithms and Software Tools
•    Pattern Recognition, Clustering and Classification
•    Computational genomics and other related fields

 

ASTRONOMY TRACK

•    Advanced and emerging architectures for astronomical computing
•    Environments for Stellar Population Analysis
•    Tools for collaboration networks in astronomy
•    Advanced algorithms for astronomical data processing
•    Panoramic Photometry in the PB Era
•    Workflows for exploration of astronomical datasets
•    Data mining methods
•    Storage and Visualization of Cosmological Simulations
•    Astronomy data management
•    Query Processing over huge astronomy databases

 

CHEMISTRY TRACK

•    Computational chemistry
•    Theoretical chemistry
•    Statistical mechanics
•    Molecular mechanics
•    Molecular modeling
•    Molecular simulation
•    Electronic Structure Calculation

 

BIODIVERSITY TRACK

•    Integração de dados de biodiversidade e ambientais
•    Modelagem de nichos ecológicos e ambientais
•    Qualidade de dados de biodiversidade
•    Padrões de dados e metadados para biodiversidade e meio ambiente
•    Workflows científicos e serviços web para biodiversidade
•    Sistemas de informação geográficos para biodiversidade
•    Web semântica e ontologias na biodiversidade e meio ambiente
•    Ferramentas para digitalização e mobilização de dados de biodiversidade


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

 

The workshop accepts submissions of full papers, short papers, and abstracts. Papers and abstracts should be written in either English or Portuguese. They need to be formatted according to the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) paper format. In any case, submission must be done using the JEMS conference system (http://submissoes.sbc.org.br). 

 

All submissions will be reviewed according to the following criteria: adequacy to workshop scope, relevance, technical quality, originality and clarity. Papers describing preliminary work and ongoing research are also eligible. Both full papers and short papers must present related work. All types of submissions will be peer reviewed according to recommendations of the committee. 

 

Full Papers (only for the main track): Works with completed research conducted in one of the topics of interest. These works have a limit of eight pages.

 

Short Papers (only for the main track): Works not yet completed, but already with relevant ideas to be discussed and preferably with preliminary results. These works have a limit of four pages.


STEERING COMMITTEE

•    Sergio Manuel Serra da Cruz – UFRRJ  
•    Luiz M. R. Gadelha Jr. - LNCC 
•    Antônio Tadeu A. Gomes - LNCC 
•    Daniel de Oliveira - UFF 
•    Eduardo Ogasawara – CEFET/RJ 
•    Francisco Brasileiro – UFCG 


PROGRAM COMMITTEE ( to be confirmed)

•    Alberto Dávila (Fiocruz)
•    Alberto Krone-Martins (U. Lisboa)
•    Alcione Oliveira (UFV)
•    Ana Maria de Carvalho Moura (LNCC)
•    Andrey Brito (UFCG)
•    Antônio Tadeu Azevedo Gomes (LNCC)
•    Angelo Fausti Neto (Observatório Nacional)
•    Antonio Mauro Saraiva (USP)
•    Bruno Schulze (LNCC)
•    Daniel de Oliveira (UFF)
•    Duncan Ruiz (PUC-RS)
•    Eduardo Bezerra (CEFET/RJ)
•    Eduardo Ogasawara (CEFET/RJ)
•    Esther Pacitti (INRIA & LIRMM)
•    Fabio Andre Porto (LNCC)
•    Fernanda Baião (UNIRIO)
•    Fernanda Campos (UFJF)
•    Francisco Brasileiro (UFCG)
•    Francois Artiguenave (CEA)
•    Gilberto Z. Pastorello (U. Alberta)
•    Helena Cristina Gama Leitão (UFF)
•    João Eduardo Ferreira (IME/USP)
•    José Antonio Macêdo (UFC)
•    Leonardo Azevedo (IBM Research - Brazil / UNIRIO)
•    Leonardo Murta (UFF)
•    Luciano Digiampietri (USP)
•    Luiz M. R. Gadelha Jr. (LNCC), co-chair
•    Marcio Maia (Observatório Nacional)
•    Marcos Gonçalves (UFMG)
•    Maria Claudia Cavalcanti (IME/RJ)
•    Maria Cristina de Oliveira (ICMC/USP)
•    Maria Emilia Walter (UnB)
•    Marta Mattoso (COPPE/UFRJ)
•    Nazareno Andrade (UFCG)
•    Raquel Lopes (UFCG)
•    Regina Braga (UFJF)
•    Ricardo Torres (Unicamp)
•    Ronaldo Goldschmidt (IME)
•    Sandra Fabbri (UFSCar)
•    Sergio Lifschitz (PUC-Rio)
•    Sergio Manuel Serra da Cruz (UFRRJ), co-chair
•    Silvia Olabarriaga (University of Amsterdam)
•    Vanessa Braganholo (UFF)


WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Sergio Serra - UFRRJ/RJ, Brazil
serra at pet-si.ufrrj.br


Luiz Gadelha - LNCC/RJ, Brazil
gadelha at lncc.br

 

COORDENAÇÃO LOCAL

Alexandre Maciel - UPE/PE, Brazil
amam at ecomp.poli.br

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