Accepted Sessions

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Adventures in 3D with Eclipse ICE and JavaFX

Robert Smith, Tony McCrary [l33t labs]

The Eclipse ICE geometry editor is a visual modeling tool that lets you intuitively design models for simulation and scientific experimentation.

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

Eclipse Tooling for Julia

Tobias Verbeke [Open Analytics NV]

Julia is a young but very promising language for technical computing that is rapidly gaining popularity in the scientific world.

Experience level: intermediateintermediateintermediate

Science

How computers have broken science (and how we can fix it)

Greg Watson [ORNL]

Science relies on the ability to explain natural occurrences in a reproducible way.

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

How Space Filling Curves accelerate ingest and query of Geospatial data

eric robertson [Booz Allen Hamilton]

Geowave is an open source software project developed at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) in collaboration with Booz Allen Hamilton and RadiantBlue Technologies.

Experience level: intermediateintermediateintermediate

Science

Modeling and Visualization Software for Ecological Planning and Restoration

Mark McKelvy [U.S. Geological Survey]

Scientists and planners alike need to be able to model and communicate effectively the risks and rewards that certain actions have over others.

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

Multi-Mission Operations & Planning Software Framework

Regent LArcheveque [Canadian Space Agency]

Over the last few years, the Canadian Space Agency has developed a multi-mission software framework that simplifies the integration and...

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

OSGI services, FOSS CV libraries and Eclipse Rich Beans for the analysis of nanoscale data

Baha Elkassaby [Diamond Light Source Ltd], Fajin Yuan [Diamond Light Source Ltd]

Diamond Light Source is the UK national synchrotron, a machine that generates powerful beams of xrays used by scientists for a wide variety of experiments.

Experience level: intermediateintermediateintermediate

Science

Rapid Integration of Scientific Software with Eclipse ICE

Andrew Bennett

The Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment (ICE) is an IDE for scientists that lowers the barrier to entry for complex research codes by providing standardized methods of interaction.

Experience level: intermediateintermediateintermediate

Science

Scientific Simulation with Eclipse - From Zero Code to Running on Lots of Cores in 10 Minutes

Alex McCaskey [Oak Ridge National Laboratory]

Advanced modeling and simulation is revolutionizing the way we do science.

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

Scripting Eclipse with Python

Tracy Miranda [Kichwa Coders]

Python (specifically CPython) is heavily used in science, in part thanks to its fast powerful libraries such as numpy and scipy.

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

The Big Data Puzzle - Where Does the Eclipse Piece Fit?

J. Langley [CohesionForce Inc]

We will introduce a Big Data configuration that uses Avro & Parquet for data formats, Hadoop for storage, and Spark / Hive for running queries.

Experience level: beginnerbeginner

Science

The ins and outs of high-performance modeling and simulation with Eclipse

Jay Billings [Oak Ridge National Laboratory], Alex McCaskey [Oak Ridge National Laboratory], Hari Krishnan, Tony McCrary [l33t labs], Greg Watson [ORNL]

This tutorial will teach attendees how to extend the Eclipse Workbench to add custom plugins for high-performance modeling and simulation using the Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment (...

Experience level: intermediateintermediateintermediate

Science

Triquetrum: Models of Computation for Workflows

Christopher Brooks [University of California, Berkeley]

Triquetrum is a new Eclipse project for managing and executing scientific workflows.

Experience level: intermediateintermediateintermediate

Science

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