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OSDC PIRE Workshop 2014 Competition - June 16-20 2014

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Introduction

This page lists the submissions to the PIRE challenge during the Amsterdam workshop 2014 program. This was the into provided to the students (note, I changed some rules, prize and mail address):

Prizes will be awarded for the groups that make the most advances against the questions posed by Cees de Laat in his talk on Monday 16 June, listed again below for convenience.
  • There will be three prizes:
  • First prize of $400
  • Two second prizes of $300.
  • Teams may submit achievements before 20:00 CST on Thursday 19 June to competitions@opensciencedatacloud.org
  • Submissions must be in the form of a short (~2 page) paper describing what has been achieved.
  • Also submit a short slidedeck of max 5 slides to support your pitch work in talk.
  • On Friday morning in the first session teams/individuals are asked to pitch their work in max 5 minutes.
  • Supplementary material (code, analysis, webpage) may be provided via
    • A publicly accessible web location (such as github).
    • A public snapshot on the Sullivan cloud labeled with a "PIRE_" prefix.
  • The review and ranking will be by the organizers team chaired by Cees de Laat. Evaluation will be in the coffee break Friday morning.
  • The decision of the team is final and we reserve the right to not award one or more of the prizes or restructure the prizes.
  • Teams should contain people from at least two sites and may not contain individuals who are employed on the OSDC PIRE project.
  • The submission should be a short definition of what has been achieved and references to the new results, data or algorithms available on the OSDC.
  • The chair can add, delete and change any rule at any time :-) !
The Questions:
Question 1 :
How can we build a plugin structure so that Tukey can be extended by other users and by other communities?
Question 2 : How can we add partner sites at other locations that extend the OSDC?
Question 3 : What data can we add to facilitate data intensive cross-disciplinary discoveries?
Question 4
: What tools and applications can we add to facilitate data intensive cross-disciplinary discoveries?
Question 5
: How can we better integrate digital IDs and file sharing services into the OSDC?
Question 6
: What are some grand challenge questions we can pose that leverage the OSDC?
Question 7 : How can we make it easier for scientists to use OSDC?


So the rules, etc:

I expect: max 5 powerpoint slides
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Short paper max 2 A4
by

Thursday June 19, 20h00 Amsterdam time mailed to competitions@opensciencedatacloud.org

Evaluation

Was done by:
chair: Cees de Laat
  • Paola Grosso
  • Bob Grossman
  • Heidi Alvarez
  • Shantenu Jha
  • Fernando Redigolo
  • Jeff Weekley
  • Paul Martin
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Prize
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1 Race Clark, Christopher Natoli, Jill Hardy, William Matthews
Using OSDC to Advance Public Understanding of Temperature Extremes
slides paper
5.6
6.1
5.4
8..0
6.9
32
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200
2 Nelson Auner, Cody Buntain
Mayfly – Rapid, Accessible, Reproducible Research
slides paper
7.5
7.9
7.5
7.6
7.5
38
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300
3 Alexander Moreno, Keval Shah, Yuan Zhao
Automatic Variable Detection and Formatting for Cross-disciplinary Data Set compatibility
slides paper
6.3
7.5
6.0
6.0
6.4
32
2
200
4 Nathiel Butler, Michael Lewis, Weiwei Zhang
Tourist Buddy
slides paper
7.0
7.4
6.8
4.8
8.1
34
2
200
5 Eric Griffis, Josh Eisenberg
Client-side plug-ins for Tukey OSDC PIRE Research Challenge
slides paper
6.8
7.4
6.3
5.3
5.0
31
3
100

Photos

Presentations & links

Outcomes of projects & posters

http://pire.opensciencedatacloud.org/workshops/workshops-sc-2014/

Click on poster for the pdf version.




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