The final programme for the event is now available below, including slides presented.
Slides from Grid 2010 workshops are available from the individual workshop webpages.

You can also view the full programme including OGF30 and other co-located workshops.

Tuesday 26th October – Grid 2010 Workshops
09:00 – 10:00 Keynote – Mr. Satoshi Sekiguchi, AIST, Japan
Grids to Clouds – Common Evolution or yet another Jalapagos?
Chair: Mr. Neil Chue Hong, Oslo Room
10:00 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 12:00 Energy Efficient Grids, Clouds and Clusters
Session 1: Energy Efficient Scheduling – Chair: Jean-Marc Pierson, Oslo Room

  • Jason Mair, Kai-Cheung Leung and Zhiyi Huang Metrics and Task Scheduling Policies for Energy Saving in Multicore Computers
  • Mohand Mezmaz, Kessaci Kessaci, Young Choon Lee, Nouredine Melab, El-Ghazali Talbi, Albert Y. Zomaya and Daniel Tuyttens A Parallel Island-based Hybrid Genetic Algorithm for Precedence-constrained Applications to Minimize Energy Consumption and Makespan
  • Lesandro Ponciano On the Impact of Energy-saving Strategies in Peer-to-Peer Opportunistic Grids
Component-Based High Performance Computing
Session 1 – Chair: Thilo Kielmann, Bergen Room

  • Workshop opening
  • Keynote – Gordon Blair
    Can components save the world?
Autonomic Computational Science
Session 1 – Chair: Shantenu Jha, Skien Room

  • Xiangliang Zhang, Cecile Germain, Michele Sebag Adaptively Detecting Changes in Autonomic Grid Computing
  • Ping Wang, Wei Huang, Carlos A. Varela Impact of Virtual Machine Granularity on Cloud Computing Workloads Performance
  • Evangelos Pournaras, Martijn Warnier, Frances M.T. Brazier Adaptation Strategies for Self-management of Tree Overlay Networks
12:00 – 13:00 Break
13:00 – 14:30 Energy Efficient Grids, Clouds and Clusters
Session 2: Energy / Power Measurement – Chair: Jean-Patrick Gelas, Oslo Room

  • Georges Da Costa Methodology of Measurement for Energy Consumption of Applications
  • Philippe Owezarski On the Impact of Monitoring Router Energy Consumption for Greening the Internet
  • Satoshi Itoh Measuring and Modeling of a Data Center
Component-Based High Performance Computing
Session 2 – Chair: Gabrielle Allen, Bergen Room

  • Dietmar Ebner, Thomas G. W. Epperly Fast Native Function Calls for the Babel Language Interoperability Framework
  • Francisco Carvalho-Junior, Ricardo Correa The Design of a CCA Framework with Distribution, Parallelism, and Recursive Composition
  • Jiangming Jin, Stephen John Turner, Bu-Sung Lee, Shyh-hao Kuo, Rick Siow Mong Goh, Terence Hung Performance Modeling for Runtime Kernel Adaptation: A Case Study on Infectious Disease Simulation
Autonomic Computational Science
Session 2 – Chair: Shantenu Jha, Skien Room

  • Panel session
14:30 – 15:00 Break
15:00 – 16:30 Energy Efficient Grids, Clouds and Clusters
Session 3: Power Management in Data Center – Chair: Hiroshi Nakamura, Oslo Room

  • Dmytro Dyachuk and Michele Mazzucco On Allocation Policies for Power and Performance
  • Ivan Rodero Towards Energy-Efficient Reactive Thermal Management in Instrumented Datacenters
Component-Based High Performance Computing
Session 3 – Chair: Thilo Kielmann, Bergen Room

  • Gabrielle Allen, Tom Goodale, Frank Löffler, David Rideout, Erik Schnetter, Eric Seidel
    Component Specification in the Cactus Framework: The Cactus Configuration Language

  • Michael Thomas, Erik Schnetter
    Simulation Factory: Taming Application Configuration and Workflow on High-End Resources

  • Steven R. Brandt, Gabrielle Allen
    Piraha: A Simplified Grammar Parser for Component Mini Languages

  • Andre Ribes, Christian Perez, Vincent Pichon
    On the Design of Adaptive Mesh Refinement Applications based on Software Components
Service Level Agreements in Grids
Session 1 – Chair: Philipp Wieder, Skien Room

  • Keven Kearney SLA*: An Abstract Syntax for Service Level Agreements
  • Peter Chronz Integrating WS-Agreement with a Framework for Service-Oriented

  • Wolfgang Ziegler A Proposal for WS-Agreement Negotiation
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:30 Component-Based High Performance Computing
Session 4 – Chair: Gabrielle Allen, Bergen Room

  • Keynote presentation – Frank Seinstra
    Jungle Computing: Distributed Supercomputing beyond Clusters, Grids, and Clouds

  • Discussion and closing
Service Level Agreements in Grids
Session 2 – Chair: Philipp Wieder, Skien Room

  • Omer Rana Trading Service Level Agreements within a Peer-2-Peer Market
  • Luigi Coppolino SLA Compliance Monitoring Through Semantic Processing
  • Gerhard Engelbrecht Towards negotiable SLA-based QoS Support for Data Services
18:30 – 20:30 Poster Session and Welcome Drinks

  • Andrei Dragus, Mugurel Ionut Andreica and Nicolae Tapus. Approximate Multicast Strategies in Geometric P2P Overlays.
  • Ilya Saverchenko and Helmut Heller. User-oriented monitoring in distributed computing environments
  • Syed Naqvi and Philippe Massonet. Scalable Service and Resource Virtualisation Infrastructure for Business Applications
  • Cyril Briquet and Stéfan Sinclair. Structuring All-Pairs as a MapReduce Application
  • Nanbor Wang and Balamurali Ananthan, Gabriele Garzoglio and Steve Timm. Toward a Unified Grid Execution Environment
  • Wei Jie. A Proxy Credential Auditing Infrastructure for UK e-Science National Grid Service

Wednesday 27th October – Grid 2010 Main Programme

09:00 – 10:30 Keynote – Prof. Ignacio M. Llorente, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
OpenNebula: Leading Innovation in Cloud Computing Management
Keynote – Dan Reed, Microsoft
Technical Clouds: Seeding Discovery
Chair: Dr. Laurent Lefevre, Oslo Room
10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:30 Virtualized Environments – Chair: Young Choon Lee, Oslo Room

  • Ramon Bertran, Marc Gonzalez Tallada, Yolanda Becerra, David Carrera,
    Vicenç Beltran, Xavier Martorell, Jordi Torres and Eduard Ayguadé.
    Accurate Energy Accounting for Shared Virtualized Environments using PMC-based Power Modeling Techniques (Slides not available)

  • Vlad Nae, Radu Prodan and Thomas Fahringer. Cost-Efficient Hosting and Load Balancing of Massively Multiplayer Online Games (Slides)
  • David Chiu and Gagan Agrawal. Evaluating Caching and Storage Options on the Amazon Web Services Cloud (Slides)
12:30 – 13:30 Break
13:30 – 15:00 Fault tolerance – Chair: Jean-Patrick Gelas, Oslo Room

  • Heithem Abbes, Christophe Cérin, Mohamed Jemni and Walid Saad. Fault tolerance based on the Publish-subscribe Paradigm for the BonjourGrid Middleware (Slides)
  • Nezih Yigitbasi, Matthieu Gallet, Derrick Kondo, Alexandru Iosup and Dick Epema. Analysis and Modeling of Time-Correlated Failures in Large-Scale Distributed Systems (Slides)
  • Ashish Gehani, Basim Baig, Salman Mahmood, Dawood Tariq and Fareed Zaffar. Fine-Grained Tracking of Grid Infections (Slides)
15:00 – 15:30 Break
15:30 – 17:30 Resource and application management – Chair: Christian Perez, Narvik Room

  • Íñigo Goiri, Josep Oriol Fitó Comellas, Ferran Julià, Ramon Nou, Josep L. Berral, Jordi Guitart and Jordi Torres. Multifaceted Resource Management for Dealing with Heterogeneous Workloads in Virtualized Data Centers (Slides)
  • Smita Vijayakumar, Qian Zhu and Gagan Agrawal. Automated and Dynamic Application Accuracy Management and Resource Provisioning in a Cloud Environment (Slides)
  • Ming Mao, Jie Li and Marty Humphrey. Cloud Auto-Scaling with Deadline and Budget Constraints (Slides)
  • Ramon Nou, Jacobo Giralt, Julita Corbalan, Enric Tejedor, J.Oriol Fito, Josep M. Perez and Toni Cortes. XtreemOS Application Execution Management: A scalable approach (Slides)
Workflows – Chair: Ewa Deelman, Skien Room

  • Saeid Abrishami, Mahmoud Naghibzadeh and Dick Epema. Cost-driven Scheduling of Grid Workflows Using Partial Critical Paths (Slides)
  • Young Choon Lee, Albert Y. Zomaya and Mazin Yousif. Reliable Workflow Execution in Distributed Systems for Cost Efficiency (Slides)
  • Simon Ostermann, Radu Prodan and Thomas Fahringer. Dynamic Cloud Provisioning for Scientific Grid Workflows (Slides)
  • Wei Chen, Alan Fekete and Young Choon Lee. Exploiting Deadline Flexibility in Grid Workflow Rescheduling (Slides)

Thursday 28th October – Grid 2010 Main Programme

09:00 – 10:00 Keynote – Shantenu Jha, Louisiana State University, USA
A Fresh Perspective on Distributed Scientific Applications and Cyberinfrastructure
Chair: Dr. Craig Lee, Oslo Room
10:00 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 12:00 Information systems and Networking – Chair: Thilo Kielmann, Oslo Room

  • Laurence Field and Rizos Sakellariou. How Dynamic is the Grid? Towards a Quality Metric for Grid Information Systems (Slides)
  • Andrei Hutanu, Gabrielle Allen and Tevfik Kosar. High-performance Remote Data Access for Remote Visualization (Slides)
  • Marcos Portnoi, Jason Zurawski and Martin Swany. Information services algorithm heuristically summarizes IP addresses for distributed, hierarchical directory (Slides)
12:00 – 13:00 Break
13:00 – 15:00 Runtime environments and Applications – Chair: Dan Katz, Oslo Room

  • Sheng Di and Cho-li Wang. Conflict-minimizing Dynamic Load Balancing for P2P Desktop Grid (Slides)
  • Nezih Yigitbasi and Dick Epema. Static and Dynamic Overprovisioning Strategies for Performance Consistency in Grids (Slides)
  • Johannes Dirnberger, Wolfgang Fenz, Christoph Watzl and Michael Krieger. Parallel Simulation and Visualization of Blood Flow in Intracranial Aneurysms (Slides)
  • Thorsten Kleinjung, Lucas Nussbaum and Emmanuel Thomé. Using a grid platform for solving large sparse linear systems over GF(2) (Slides)
15:00 – 16:30 Data management – Chair: Neil Chue Hong, Oslo Room

  • Yun Tian and Philip Rhodes. The Globus Toolkit R-Tree for Partial Spatial Replica Selection (Slides)
  • Chen Zhang and Hans De Sterck. Supporting Multi-row Distributed Transactions with Global Snapshot Isolation Using Bare-bones HBase (Slides)
  • Shunde Zhang, Paul Coddington and Andrew Wendelborn. Connecting arbitrary data resources to the grid (Slides)
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:30 File systems and storage – Chair: Dick Epema, Oslo Room

  • Yusuke Tanimura, Hidetaka Koie, Tomohiro Kudoh, Isao Kojima and Yoshio Tanaka. A Distributed Storage System Allowing Application Users to Reserve I/O Performance in Advance for Achieving SLA (Slides)
  • Lauro B. Costa and Matei Ripeanu. Towards Automating the Configuration of a Distributed Storage System (Slides)
  • Zhongying Niu, Hong Jiang, Ke Zhou, Dan Feng, Shuping Zhang, Tianming Yang, Dongling Lei and Anli Chen. DSFS: Decentralized Security for Large Parallel File Systems (Slides)