Header image Second International Workshop on  
Cape Town, South Africa
3 May, 2010
Final Program
  • 9:00 - 10:30 Session 1 - Opening Keynote
    • Stephen Emmott, Microsoft Research;
    • Note: this talk will be broadcast using Microsoft LiveMeeting. Please contact the workshop chairs if you wish to participate remotely
  • 11:00 - 12:30 Session 2: Round-table introductions and idea gathering
    • Summary of results of WSRCC-1 (Steve Easterbrook);
    • Roundtable introductions from each local participant (2 minutes each, no slides!!!);
    • Selected presentations (15 minutes each):
    • Rami Bahsoon – talking about the work on green clouds and optimization power requirements;
    • Rogardt Heldal – talking about the experiences in bringing together climatologists and software engineers to make a computational model more widely useable;
    • Herna Viktor – talking about the challenges in creating a repository of climate change research findings;
    • Topic selection for afternoon brainstorming/breakout session (see list of suggested topics on the workshop blog);
  • 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 - 15:30 Brainstorming / breakout groups;
    • Topics to be selected before lunch
  • 16:00 - 17:30 Closing Plenary and Remote
    • Note: this plenary will be conducted with an open skype link for remote participants. Please contact the workshop chairs if you wish to participate remotely
    • Report from breakout group discussions;
    • Discussion of video submissions and themes arising
    • Closing discussion and planning for future;
Submitted Papers

Here are the sixteen submitted papers:

Instead of a formal proceedings, we intend to have an open review process, to encourage discussion and revision of position papers prior to (and during!) the workshop (details to follow soon!). An initial discussion forum for this is the google group "SE for the planet". Feel free to sign up and join the discussion.

Submitted Videos

We had three videos submitted: