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APAN eScience Committee Summary Co-Chairs: Chris Elvidge and Simon See July 7, 2004. The ad hoc eScience Committee tasks have been to:. Conduct three workshops (Busan, Honolulu, and Cairns).

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Apan escience committee summary co chairs chris elvidge and simon see july 7 2004

APAN eScience Committee SummaryCo-Chairs: Chris Elvidge and Simon SeeJuly 7, 2004


The ad hoc escience committee tasks have been to

The ad hoc eScience Committee tasks have been to:

Conduct three workshops (Busan, Honolulu, and Cairns).

Provide the APAN Secretariat with specific recommendation on actions that would promote the expansion of eScience. Recommendations developed at January 2004 Honolulu meeting.

The ad hoc Committee tasks have been completed.


Ad hoc escience committee recommendations from january 2004 honolulu meeting
Ad Hoc eScience Committee Recommendations(From January 2004 Honolulu Meeting)

  • Establish eScience page at apan.net with a broad definition of eScience and a list of activities that fall under eScience, the vision of APAN’s role, and a summary of APAN activities in developing / promoting eResearch.

  • Establish an eScience demonstration project.

  • Assemble open source eScience toolkit.

  • Communicate with AP organization who would have a use for eScience technologies. Invite their participation.

  • Communicate with organization who may provide support for AP eScience development. Develop proposal(s) for regional projects.

  • Continue workshops to enlarge participation in APAN. Thematic workshops could be developed to explore topics of interest across discipline lines (e.g. workshops on imagery or modeling). Could be joint workshops with PRAGMA.

  • Initiate entry level pre-meeting workshops: in the morning - network & eScience briefings for researchers, in the afternoon - research briefings to network technologists. Focus on local attendees to maximize attendance.


At cairns apan conference three esomethings
At Cairns APAN Conference- Three eSomethings

  • eScience Workshop (July 6) and two committee meetings (July 3 and 6).

  • eCulture Board of Forum met July 5 and agreed to form Working Group.

  • eHealth Workshop July 6.


In the July 6, 2004 eScience Committee meeting there was broad agreement that we should establish an eScience Working Group

  • We need to submit a charter. First draft circulated

  • on July 7, 2004.

  • There should be some discussion on where such

  • a group should be placed within APAN.

  • WG Chair (or co-chairs) would need to be selected

  • (January 2005 in BKK).


Proposals for bangkok 2005
Proposals for Bangkok 2005 broad agreement that we should establish an

  • Facility Instruments – 90 minute Workshop

  • (Simon, AR, Chris, and others)

  • Collaboratories – 90 minute Workshop

  • Modeling, simulation, interactive steering

  • (Simon, Jane Hunter, and others).

  • Digital archives & metadata standards

  • – 90 minute workshop

  • (AR, Byong-Lyol Lee, Balaji, and others)

  • Committee Meeting – selection of chair

  • – or co-chairs.


Proposals for bangkok 20051
Proposals for Bangkok 2005 broad agreement that we should establish an

  • Tony Hey, Director of the UK eScience Program

  • has expressed interest in making a Plenary

  • presentation to APAN in January, 2005.


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