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Siu-wai Leung

Affiliation: 
University of Macau

Working on joint research in automated experimentation in biomedicine, focusing on the use of methods developed in the OpenKnowledge project to support systematic reviewing and clinical trials in Chinese medicine.

Regaining Control: Multi-Level Scheduling, Pilot-Jobs and a Fresh Perspective on Application Optimisation.

Pilot-jobs are an effective and widely-used concept to realise multi-level scheduling and user-space resource management in heterogeneous distributed environments. In the first part of our talk, we will give an overview of multi-level scheduling and pilot-jobs and discuss examples of how and under which circumstances different types of distributed applications can benefit from these. In the second part of our talk, we will introduce our ongoing research ideas by presenting a fresh perspective on transparent and automated application optimization on workload level.

Dates: 
13 Apr 2012

2nd UK NI Node Congress: 26-28 March 2012

The UK Node is holding its biennial conference at the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh, from 26th to 28th March 2012.
Visit http://www.neuroinformatics.org.uk/events-and-projects/22-2012congress for more information.

Topic of this submission: 

DICOM Confidential 1.4.0 released

Version: 
1.4.0

This is the first release of the 1.4 branch that is intended to be an stable branch.
We have also released an experimental portable version for Windows (x86)
packed as a zip file (dcmconf-1.4.0-portable.zip).

Bugs fixed
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- 3485818 Unselecting delete private attributes not working.
- 3485814 StudyID transformer does not allow absolute paths.

Eudat Meets DIR Projects

Presentation Type: 
talk

EUDAT MEETING:
Tuesday 10th January 2012 at 2.00 pm:
1. Introduction and welcome.
2. EUDAT Overview and Status (Allison). Objective of EUDAT: “To deliver cost-efficient and high quality Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI) with the capacity and capability for meeting researchers’ needs in a flexible and sustainable way, across geographical and disciplinary boundaries.”

Date and time: 
Tuesday, 10 January, 2012 - 14:00
Location: 
Room 5.02, Informatics Forum
Research topics: 

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