Events in 2018 • 2019 • 2020

Organiser: Miguel Angel Marquina / IT
January 18 Abuse, Blunder and fun
Stefan Lueders, CERN-IT
IT Technical Forum

January 21 BIG : DATA : TRUST New Ideas for Secure Identity Management inspired by Quantum Mechanics
Manfred Paeschke, Bundesdruckerei GmbH
KT Seminar

January 23 CERN openlab Technical Workshop (23-24 January)

January 29 Hardware acceleration with GPUs and FPGAs
Shasank Chavan, Oracle Corp.
February 7 Learning more about the ingredients of cloud applications
Josef Spillner, Service Prototyping Lab
February 20 Monitor your CentOS stack with Prometheus
Julien Pivotto, Inuits
March 8 System testing service developments using Docker and Kubernetes: EOS + CTA use case
Julien Leduc, CERN-IT
IT Technical Forum

March 12 30th Anniversary of the World Wide Web

March 15 Going Serverless with Knative on Kubernetes
Sebastien Goasguen, TriggerMesh
IT Technical Forum

March 20 Effective Fuzzing: From Noise to SIGSEGV
Shawn Denbow, Microsoft Corp.
March 29 Deep Learning at CERN openlab: for High Energy Physics and Beyond
Sofia Vallecorsa, CERN openlab
IT Technical Forum

April 4 Powering Tensorflow with Big Data: A look at Apache Beam & Apache Spark for Tensorflow
Holden Karau, Google LLC
Hosted by CERN openlab

April 12 Report on the HEPiX Spring 2019 Workshop
Andrei Dumitru et al, CERN-IT
IT Technical Forum

April 25 Computing from the Dark Ages: My Fifty-Year Odyssey
Dr. Charles Haley
Computing Colloquium - Unix at 50

May 1 Voxxed Days CERN

May 2 Fast, beautiful, interactive maps with Mapbox
Anjana Vakil, Mapbox
May 10 MirageOS: robust and secure services for the cloud
Hannes Mehnert, robur
May 15 Dealing with JSON data in Oracle: DOs and DON'Ts
Beda Hammerschmidt, Oracle
May 16 Open Source and Containers: A Proverbial Chicken and Egg?
Phil Estes, IBM

Why Open Source Firmware is Important

Jessie Frazelle
May 17 Why Open Source Firmware is Important
Jessie Frazelle
May 27 OpenStack Day CERN - Accelerating Science with OpenStack
Timetable - Registration
May 28 VyPR: a framework for automated performance analysis of Python programs
Joshua Heneage Dawes, University of Manchester and CERN
June 3 How We Broke the World Record for Computing Digits of Pi
Emma Haruka Iwao, Google LLC
June 4 CernVM Users Workshop 2019, June 3-5
including a Technology Outlook session on June 4th, featuring:

Exploring Cloudflare Workers
@ 9:00 by Harris Hancock, Cloudflare
The evolution of the HPC facility at JSC
@ 9:45 by Dorian Krause, Jülich Supercomputing Centre
Solving Problems in HPC with Singularity
@11:00 by Michael Bauer, Sylabs
A Tale of Two Clusters: CernVM-FS and CephFS in Context
@15:00 by Jesse Williamson, Canonical
Scalable Applications
@16:15 by Douglas Thain, University of Notre Dame
Rootless containers with Podman and fuse-overlayfs
@17:00 by Giuseppe Scrivano, Red Hat
June 11 Kubernetes Workshop by Google
Hosted by CERN openlab

Update from OFC 2019 – what does the communications industry have in store for us?

Jan Troska, CERN-EP
EP-ESE Seminar

June 12 Making of the Modern Web
Linus Upson, Verily - Google
CERN Computing Colloquium

July 3 Overleaf at CERN: Supporting thousands of research collaborations

July 5 Deep Dive into the Kubecon Higgs Analysis Demo
Lukas Heinrich/CERN-EP and Ricardo Brito Da Rocha/CERN-IT
IT Technical Forum

August 21 Intelligence and Ethics in Machines – Utopia or Dystopia?
Dr Vivek Nallur, University College Dublin
September 17 Ceph Day for Research and Non-Profits

September 27 CERN Tape Archive: production status and plans
Julien Leduc, CERN-IT
IT Technical Forum

September 30 Rise of the Breaches
Troy Hunt
CERN Computing Colloquium

October 3 Apprenticeship - 60 years of computing experience
Ben Segal, CERN-IT Honorary Member
CERN Computing Colloquium

October 4 Recent perspectives on network programmability and network verification
Prof. Laurent Vanbever, ETH Zurich
October 9 Towards Open Source Hardware: IBM Power ISA & Interconnect
Dr. Carl Anderson, IBM
October 10 Dino DBA goes Dev-Ops
Piet de Visser

Mathematics, Cryptography, Blockchains, and Cryptocurrencies: Myths and Realities

Alberto Pace, CERN-IT
KT Seminar

October 11 Apprenticeship - 60 years of computing experience (part 2)
Ben Segal, CERN-IT Honorary Member
CERN Computing Colloquium

October 16 A new CMS W mass analysis with RDataFrame, ROOT's declarative analysis tool
Elisabetta Manca, INFN and Enrico Guiraud, CERN and University of Oldenburg, Germany
EP Software Seminar

October 23 HEP in the Cloud Computing and Open Science Era
Lukas Alexander Heinrich, CERN-EP
CERN-EP/IT Data science seminar

October 24 The real costs of Open Source Sustainability
VM (Vicky) Brasseur, Director of Open Source Strategy, Juniper Networks
October 25 Report on the HEPiX Autumn 2019 Workshop
Andrei Dumitru et al, CERN-IT
IT Technical Forum

October 30 Open Protocols for Open Hardware
Dejan Vucinic, Western Digital Research
October 31 Train with noise for accurate machine inference using imperfect hardware
Dejan Vucinic, Western Digital Research
December 4 Big Data Tools and Pipelines for Machine Learning in HEP
Luca Canali, CERN-IT
CERN-EP/IT Data science seminar

December 11 Usage of GPU for online data processing – the experience of ALICE and LHCb
David Rohr, CERN and Daniel Campora-Perez, NIKHEF
EP Software Seminar