Expert Texture Home Contact me About Subscribe Digipede Connect on LinkedIn rwandering on Twitter rwandering on FriendFeed

rwandering.net

The blogged wandering of Robert W. Anderson

eScience / Savas Parastaditis

Savas Parastaditis gave a talk on his White Dwarfs application and the WS-GAF work he did while at University of Newcastle.  He had the worst timeslot of anyone in the workshop: It was after dinner and we were all getting pretty tired.  The workshop had started over 12 hours before (and aside from a few breaks) was packed with content.  Anyway, Savas did a good job with his talk.  The White Dwarfs application is an interesting application that brought together existing data to help astronomers search for white dwarfs. 

 

I chatted with him for a few minutes about MEST: like many, I am eager to read his coming paper (or book?).  He has gotten me thinking about a mechanism that we use to simulate MEST-like behavior in a world where the clients are not services (nor are they assumed to be reachable from the service).  Unfortunately, I can only guess if such methods for simulation are MEST- or XEST (i.e., something else altogether).  I will blog my thoughts on this and see what Savas as to say about it.

 

 I had been in contact with the Savas before eScience and was happy to finally meet him: he is a real nice guy.

Tags: ,

    Trackback

No comments yet »

Your comment

HTML-Tags:
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>