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Summary of the Steering Committee Meeting. Supercomputing. SC11: Seattle, Washington, USA 12 – 18 November 2011 Dinner on Wednesday night (16 November 2011) Each person pays Please contact Peter Arzberger. PRAGMA 22. Monash University will host it During week of 16 – 20 April 2012

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    1. Summary of the Steering Committee Meeting

    2. Supercomputing • SC11: Seattle, Washington, USA • 12 – 18 November 2011 • Dinner on Wednesday night (16 November 2011) • Each person pays • Please contact Peter Arzberger

    3. PRAGMA 22 • Monash University will host it • During week of 16 – 20 April 2012 • First day may be a development day

    4. Comments on PRAGMA • “Experimenting” organization • We try, we share, we know what others are doing • Source of tools for others • Enable international collaborations • Make cloud easier for scientists to use • Family of researchers • Trust

    5. Summary of Discussions • PRAGMA Cloud • Build on work demonstrated at this workshop • Engage networking • Address backup / duplication capacity • Develop images • Create training • Push boundaries of interoperability, data, … • Disaster Mitigation • Compelling area • How to engage? • What to focus on • Whom to involve

    6. Ideas on the Table • Data explosion • Multitude of devices with sensors • Very important addition to “cloud” (millions of new data sources and sinks) • Android system • Important for disaster mitigation • More interaction between working groups • Application expedition • Conceptual framework for interacting with other communities: AsiaFlux, GLEON, Disaster mitigation

    7. Thanks to the Organizers and Committee Members • Program Committee • Yusuke Tanimura (AIST), Kohei Ichikawa (Osaka), Chao Jin (Monash) and SeokJong Yu (KISTI) • Chih-Wen Chang (NCHC), Supakit Prueksaaroon (NECTEC) • Kevin Dong (CNIC), Rommie Amaro (UCI/UCSD) • Secretariat • Yuko Oshimia (AIST)

    8. Thank You Organizers, Sponsors, and Participants