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AUKEGGS Edinburgh Workshop Presentations


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Day 1 - 6th September 2005

Time Presenter Institution Title
08:50-09:00 AndrewWoolf CCLRC e-Science Centre Intro and welcome
09:00-09:20 BryanLawrence British Atmospheric Data Centre An Introduction to NDG concepts
09:20-09:40 RobertWoodcock CSIRO Exploration and Mining The Solid Earth and Environment Grid
09:40-10:00 StuartGirvan Geoscience Australia The SEEGRID Interoperability Demonstrator
10:00-10:20 Chris Higgins EDINA Geospatial Standards - Experiences for the UK academic community
10:50-11:10 Ian Turton University of Leeds Annotating WMS with XIMA (how to scribble on your map)
11:10-11:30 James Frew University of California MODster: Namespaces and Redirection for Earth Science Data
11:30-11:50 RobAtkinson Social Change Online Architectures for Data Access Services
11:50-12:10 SimonCox CSIRO Exploration & Mining Information models and OGC interfaces
12:10-12:30 Phil James University of Newcastle Geo-processing Frameworks Issues and Opportunities
13:30-13:50 GrahamVowles Ordnance Survey Geospatial Geospatial Digital Rights Management (GeoDRM)
13:50-14:10 Claire Jarvis University of Leicester Does GridGIS require more intelligence than GIS?
14:10-14:30 AndrewWoolf, RobertWoodcock CCLRC, CSIRO Grid-enabling OGC: profiling against WSRF
14:30-15:10     Roundtable - grid
15:40-16:00 Adit Santokhee Reading e-Science Centre Spatial Data Activities at the Reading e-Science Centre
16:00-16:20 AmitParshar National Oceans Office NOO Oceans Portal
16:20-16:40 JasonRoberts Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing ARC Earth Systems Science Research Network
      Roundtable - collaboration

Day 2 - 7th September 2005

Time Presenter Institution Title
09:00-09:20 LesleyWyborn Geoscience Australia Business requirements for interoperability in SEEGrid
09:20-09:40 Jeremy Morley University College London ICEDS
09:40-10:00 GilRoss Met Office V-GISC - SIMDAT
10:00-10:20 Ken Woghiren Lost Wax DEWS technical architecture
10:50-11:10 GregReed Australian Ocean Data Centre Joint Facility Development of a marine metadata standard
11:10-11:30 GilRoss Met Office Applying a metadata standard for international weather information
11:30-11:50 RoyLowry British Oceanographic Data Centre Parameter Vocabularies in the NERC DataGrid Project
11:50-12:10 SueLatham British Atmospheric Data Centre NDG Discovery and OGC Catalogue Service comparison
12:10-12:30 KevinONeill CCLRC e-Science Centre MOLES: implementing an extensible ontology
13:20-13:30 Mike Jackson University of Nottingham Research in Geospatial Science
13:30-13:50 SimonCox CSIRO Exploration and Mining ISO semantic data interoperability framework
13:50-14:10 RobAtkinson Social Change Online Governance Issues
14:10-14:30 AndrewWoolf CCLRC e-Science Centre CSML
14:30-15:10   Data and Metadata standards in earth systems science Roundtable - data & metadata
15:40-16:00 Glenn Hyland Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing TPAC Digital Library
16:00-16:20 Keiran Millard HR Wallingford MarineXML and Motive
16:20-16:40 DietmarMuller University of Sydney GPlates and GPML: Open software and standards for telling the Fortune of the World... Backwards
16:40-17:00 Norman Barker RSI GALEON Interoperability Experiment, (Galeon Movie)

GML Workshop - 8th September 2005

Note: Access to the GML course notes is restricted to the workshop attendees. Contact SimonCox for the password.
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