Streaming Video of iGrid 2005 Symposium Now Available for On-Demand Viewing

San Diego, CA, November 8, 2005 -- Calit2 recently hosted iGrid 2005 at its new building on the UCSD campus. The workshop included a companion, three-day Symposium with more than 50 presentations by leading international experts in grid computing, networking and application areas where advances will depend on this new cyber infrastructure. Topics ranged from the historical ("From Arpanet to the LambdaGrid") to the futuristic ("How LambdaGrids Are Transforming Science"). Now, all of the presentations are available for on-demand viewing below from Calit2's Multimedia archives [Realplayer required].

Tuesday, September 27
Wednesday, September 28
Pevzner and Eskin
Keynote: Service-Oriented Architecture for Research and Education Networks
Bill St. Arnaud, CANARIE (Canada)
Length: 36:20 [video]
            Panel
High Resolution Streaming Media
Ideker
Keynote: Cyberinfrastructure at the NSF
Jose Munoz, National Science Foundation
Length: 45:24 [video]
Kel
International Real-Time Streaming of 4K Digital Cinema
Laurin Herr
Pacific-Interface
Length: 13:59 [video] [ppt]
Panel
Medicine Meets the LambdaGrid  
Haynes
4K Real-Time Streaming
Naohisa Ohta, Keio University
Length: 9:35 [video]
Tompa
Medical Education and the Lambda Grid
Parvati Dev, Stanford University
Length: 21:13 [video][ppt]
Li
ResearchChannel
Michael Wellings, University of Washington
Length: 12:40 [video]
Eisen
Biocomputation: Advanced Technologies for Next Generation Medicine
Kevin Montgomery ,
National Biocomputation Center, Stanford University
Length: 15:49 [video] [ppt]
Segal
High Definition Video Real Time Multipoint Distribution
Ludek Matyska
CESNET & Masaryk University (Czech Republic)
Length: 14:56 [video] [ppt]
Kadonaga
Urban Lambda Grids for Advanced Biomedical Collaboration
Jonathan Silverstein, Univeristy of Chicago
Length: 19:41 [video] [ppt]
Noto
Digital Cinema
Richard Weinberg, USC
Length: 13:09 [video]
Sorek
Medicine Meets the LambdaGrid
Mary Kratz, University of Michigan Length: 14:46 [video
           Panel
Advances Toward Economic and Efficient Terabit LANs and WANs
Panel
International e-Science Infrastructure
Pilpel
Advances Toward Economic and Efficient Terabit LANs and WANs
Lawrence Roberts, Anagran
Length: 10:56 [video]
Shamir
e-Infrastructures Throughout Europe
Bernhard Fabianek
European Commission
Length: 12:26 [video] [ppt ]
round table
Advances Toward Terabit LAN
Osamu Ishida
NTT
Length: 16:13 [video] [ppt]
Newberg
e-Infrastructure in the UK
Peter Clarke
National e-Science Center (UK)
Length: 11:03 [video] [ppt]
Yakhini
Advances Toward Economic and Efficient Terabit LANs and WANs
Cees de Laat
University of Amsterdam
Length: 11:04 [video] [ppt]
Manke
Thoughts on International e-Science Infrastructure
Kevin Thompson
NSF Office of Cyberinfrastructure
Length: 16:51 [video] [ppt]
Zilberstein
Terabit Technology Vision
Hank Dardy
Naval Research Laboratory
Length: 13:34 [video] [ppt]
Krivan
Australia's e-Research Infrastructure
George McLaughlin
AARNet (Australia)
Length: 11:57 [video] [ppt]
            Panel
From ARPANET to LambdaGrid: 10-Year Eruptions in Networking 
Siddharthan
e-Science Infrastructure in China
Baoping Yan
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Length: 15:33 [video] [ppt]
Shah
ARPANET History
Lawrence Roberts
Anagran
Length: 1X:XX [video] [ppt]
Ideker
A-Z Science R&D Through Practice
Yoichi Shinoda
WIDE/Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Length: 15:13 [video] [ppt]
Kel
From ARPANET to LambdaGrid: The 1980s Eruption
Dennis Jennings, University College Dublin
Length: 1X:XX [video] [ppt]
 
Evolution of Production Networks Over the Next 10 Years to Support Large-scale International Science
William Johnston
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Length: 12:27 [video] [ppt]
Haynes
The 1990s Eruption
Tom DeFanti
EVL, University of Illinois at Chicago
Length: 13:29 [video] [ppt]
Tompa
International eScience Infrastructure
Bill St. Arnaud, CANARIE (Canada)
Length: 6:42 [video] [ppt]
Li
iGrid 2005 and GLIF
Maxine Brown
EVL, University of Illinois at Chicago
Length: 13:00 [video] [ppt]
Panel
Global Data Repositories: Storage, Access, Mining and Analysis
          Panel
Enabling Data-Intensive iGrid Applications
Kadonaga
Biomedical Informatics Research Network
Mark Ellisman
UCSD School of Medicine
Length: 10:39 [video][ppt]
Noto
Enabling Data Intensive Applications with Advanced Optical Technologies
Joseph Mambretti
 Northwestern University
Length: 32:30 [video] [ppt]
Sorek
High Performance Analytics: Why Do Protocols and Light Paths Matter?
Robert Grossman
University of Illinois at Chicago
Length: 15:50 [video] [ppt]
Hwa
Enabling Data Intensive iGrid Applications with Advanced Network Technology
Lawrence Roberts
Anagran
Length: 11:46 [video] [ppt]
 
Data Reservoir
Mary Inoba
University of Tokyo
Length: 9:56 [video] [ppt]
Pilpel
All-Optical Networks for Grids: Dream or Reality?
Payam Torab
Lambda OpticalSystems
Length: 20:36 [video] [ppt]
Shamir
National Data Storage in the PIONIER Network
Norbert Meyer
Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center
Length: 11:40 [video] [ppt]
round table
High-Performance Data Networks: Dynamic Optical Networks
Per Hansen
ADVA Optical Networking
Length: 20:13 [video] [ppt]
 
 
Yakhini
Advanced Optical Technologies Enabling Data Intensive iGrid Applications
Joseph Berthold
Ciena
Length: 18:25 [video] [ppt]
 
 
Zilberstein
Optical/Photonic Networking and Grid Integration
Cees de Laat
University of Amsterdam
Length: 11:41 [video] [ppt]
 
 
           Panel
Earth Science Applications 
 
 
Shah
Earth Science Applications 
John Orcutt
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
Length: 19:41 [video]
                                                
      

Yakhini

Environmental Scenario Search Engine for the Data Services Grid
Mikhail Zhizhin
Russian Academy of Sciences
Length: 10:45 [video] [ppt]
 
                                    
 
 
Zilberstein
MAP 05: Project Hurricane
Gail McConaughy
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Length: 22:04 [video]
Thursday, September 29
 
Panel
OptIPuter Application-Centered Tools and Techniques
           Panel
North American Networking Requirements for the Large Hadron Collider
Ideker
OptIPuter Application-Centered Tools and Techniques
Jason Leigh, EVL University of Illinois at Chicago
Length: 8:42 [video] [ppt]
Kel
Data Grid Hierarchy
David Foster
CERN 
Length: 19:22 [video]
Irit Gat-Viks
OptIPuter Visualization: High-Resolution Visualization over Optical Networks
Luc Renambot
University of Illinois at Chicago
Length: 17:16 [video] [ppt]
Haynes
US T1 Requirements
Don Petravick
Fermi National Accelerator Lab
Length: 10:37 [video] [ppt]
Tompa
Technology for Optical Pixel Streaming
Paul Wielinga
SARA (Netherlands)
Length: 16:48 [video][ppt]
 
TRIUMF: Tier 1 Center for ATLAS Canada
Steven McDonald
TRIUMF (Canada)
Length: 16:23 [video] [ppt]
Eisen
OptIPuter and AIST
Tomohiro Kudoh
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)
Length: 2035 [video] [ppt]
 
ESnet
William Johnston
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Length: 12:43 [video]
Panel
L1/L2 Services of National Networks in Support of the GLIF Community
        Keynotes
 
Sorek
GLIF: The Underlying Plumbing in the USA
Tom West
National LambdaRail
Length: 14:41 [video] [ppt ]
 
How LambdaGrids are Transforming Science
Larry Smarr
Calit2 and UCSD
Length: 29:45 [video] [ppt]
Kundaje
SURFnet6
Kees Neggers
SURFnet
Length: 11:37 [video] [ppt]
 
GLIF Update
Kees Neggers
University of Amsterdam
Length: 43:28 [video] [ppt]
Shamir
CA net4
Bill St. Arnaud
CANARIE (Canada)
Length: 11:05 [video]
 
Master Class: Optical Control Plane
Gigi Karmous- Edwards
MCNC Grid Computing and Network Services
Length: 54:53 [video] [ppt]

For more information on iGrid 2005, including news releases, press clips and web articles that detail much of what happened during the workshop and symposium, go to the iGrid 2005 website at www.igrid2005.org. Calit2 also produced the iGrid 2005 Blog during the event that is online at www.igrid2005.org/blog/

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