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From Lewis John Mcgibbney <>
Subject [APACHECON] Proposed Science and Healthcare Track
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2015 05:09:37 GMT
Hi Folks,

I went ahead and scanned the 235 or so proposals for anything Science and
Healthcare related in order to construct the proposed Science and
Healthcare Track Chris and myself intend to facilitate this year. So here
we go.
I want to make it absolutely clear that I have included one of my own
presentations below. There is a conflict of interest there.

Day 1

   - Getting Started with Apache OODT, Tom Barber


   Applying Apache Hadoop to NASA’s Big Climate Data, Glenn Tamkin


   Apache Tika: Cool insights into Polar Data, Annie Burgess

   Streaming-OODT: Combining Apache Spark's Power with Apache OODT, Michael

   Exploring Apache Tika's Translate API to Enable Linguistic Analysis of
   Scientific Metadata through Internationalizing NASA JPL’s Physical
   Oceanographic Data Active Archive Centre, Lewis John McGibbney
   - Content extraction from images and video in Tika, Chris Mattmann

Day 2

   - Apache Airavata overview and roadmap, Suresh Marru


   Programming Math in Java - Lessons from Apache Commons Math, Phil Steitz

   Userfriendly workflows with Apache OODT, Tom Barber
   - Pharmacovigilance - Big Data for RealTime Drug Monitoring, Pei Chen
   - Redefining ETL pipelines with Apache technologies to accelerate
   decision-making and execution for clinical trials, Eran Withana
   - Linked Biomedical Dataspace: Extending Apache Jena to Federate Large
   Scale Open Data Repositories, Claude N. Warren, Jr.

Day 3


   Development of IBM Watson with UIMA DUCC, Eddie Epstein

   IPython Notebook and Apache Spark as a Unified Data Science Interface
   for Hadoop, Casey Stella

   Apache UIMA BoFs, Marshall Schor

   The Emergence of the Datacenter Developer, Kiersten Gaffney
   - Filtering Twitter with UIMA, Daniel Gruhl

   Internet of Things, Justin McLean

Thank you folks.


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