Welcome to the IEEE e-Science 2014 The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science

Welcome to the IEEE e-Science 2014


The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science


The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science


The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science



The 10th IEEE International Conference on e-Science

Guarujá-SP, Brazil, October 20-24, 2014

The 10th IEEE e-Science conference (e-Science 2014), sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee for Scalable Computing (TCSC), will include workshops on 20-21 October. The workshops were solicited in the Call for Workshops. Please find below the complete list of workshops:

  • e-Science Workshop of Works in Progress - Students and young researchers are invited to present their projects, preliminary findings, including prototypes, benchmark datasets, and case studies. Students who are still on a preliminary stage in their proposals, or formulating their specific research goals, are particularly encouraged to participate. The workshop will take place in a single day, prior to the start of IEEE e-Science. Workshop registration will entitle participants to the entire conference. Workshop website: http://www.icmc.usp.br/pessoas/junio/WWP-IEEE-e-Science2014.htm
  • 1st Workshop on Digital Humanities and e-Science - The 1st Workshop on Digital Humanities and e-Science will be held as part of e-Science 2014, with the endorsement of AHDig. The motivation for this workshop starts at the realization that there is an intersection between Digital Humanities and e-Science. The workshop proposes to explore the extent of this intersection, aiming at expanding the common ground, even if the communities have not agreed upon the exact boundaries. With this in mind, this event will present and discuss research in the Humanities with intensive participation of computer resources. Workshop website: http://dhandes2014.ime.usp.br/index.html
  • Workshop on Tools and Technologies for Virtual Laboratories Virtual Laboratories are, in a broad sense, environments for distance collaboration and experimentation using distributed information and communication technologies. Virtual laboratories are enablers of e-Science applications: they can be designed for data collection, processing and dissemination, for long-term storage of data, documents and workflows associated with e-Science applications as well as to provide access to otherwise inaccessible data and/or expensive real instruments. The focus of the workshop will be on why scientists chose particular tools and how the virtual laboratories were developed. Of particular interest are case studies with lessons learned; ideas that could lead to the informed selection of tools and technologies and new software approaches to the management of virtual laboratories. Workshop website: http://www.lac.inpe.br/ttvl/
  • Microsoft Research e-Science Workshop and Azure Cloud Training - This event will bring together Microsoft researchers, academics and students from Brazil and across the world with a common interest in the increasingly pervasive role of computers in scientific investigation. Presenters from Microsoft and academia will cover the latest advances in analytics, visualization, data storage and other areas of computing required to support scientific investigation, as well as further presentations detailing how these technologies are being used to support discovery in the lab. This event will run from 21-22 October and will be preceded by training in the use of the Microsoft Azure cloud on October 20th. Workshop website and registration page: http://research.microsoft.com/events/escience2014/

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