Final Workshop

Friday 21 September 2007
Hull Immersive Visualization Environment
University of Hull, Cottingham Road, HULL HU6 7RX

Programme

10.00 -10.30

Arrival and registration
  Coffee and danish
   
  Introduction

10.30

Structure and aims of the workshop
  Helen Wright, University of Hull
   
  Opening debate

10.40

Large scale computational models of the heart - is steering worthwhile?

  Richard Clayton, University of Sheffield
   
  Discussion - What makes a good steering problem?
   

 

Plenary session

11.40

CompuSteer - finances and future
  Helen Wright, Coordinator
   

12.10 - 1.15

Visualization and VR demonstrations
  Includes buffet lunch from 12.30
   
  Presentations

1.15

Combining hierarchical parallelism and steering for skin modelling
  Chris Goodyer, University of Leeds
   

1.40

GENIUS - Grid-enabled neurosurgical imaging using simulation
  Marco Mazzeo, University College London
   

2.05 - 2.15

Break
   

2.15

Computational steering of materials modelling simulations
  Steven Kenny, Loughborough University
   

2.40

Creating a high resolution daily sea surface temperature analysis from multiple satellite datasets using fast data fusion
  Julian Hill, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
   

3.05 - 3.20

Break
  Tea and biscuits
   

3.20

Using computational steering to improve scenario testing in epidemiological contingency planning
  Iain Barrass, Health Protection Agency
   

3.45

Host-parasite co-evolution and a computer model of infection dynamics
  Cock van Oosterhout, University of Hull
   
  Closing debate

4.10

Reprise - What makes a good steering problem?
   

4.30

Final remarks and workshop finish