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-====== 2007 SECANT Workshop Agenda ​ ====== 
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-==== Purdue University, November 15-16, 2007 ==== 
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-=== Thursday, November 15 === 
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-== 8:00 – 8:45     ​BREAKFAST == 
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-== 8:45 – 9:15     ​Welcome ​ == 
-  * Welcome by Susanne Hambrusch and Mark Haugan 
-  * Opening Remarks by Joseph Urban, NSF {{urban.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Welcome by Jeff Vitter, Dean, College of Science 
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-== 9:15 – 9:30 Objectives of SECANT == 
-  * Susanne Hambrusch, Purdue, {{hambrusch.pdf|[slides]}} 
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-== 9:30 – 10:30 Creating a dialog between science and computer science: institutional perspectives == 
-  * Bruce Sherwood, Physics, NC State, {{sherwood.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Noah Diffenbaugh,​ Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Purdue {{diffenbaugh.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Richard Salter, CS, Oberlin College {{salter.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Kevin Wayne, CS, Princeton University {{wayne.pdf|[slides]}} 
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-== 10:30 – 10:45    Participant Introductions == 
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-== 10:45 – 11:00    BREAK == 
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-== 11:00 – 12:00    Round Table Discussion == 
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-Creating a dialog between science and computer science: Challenges and 
-Opportunities (Moderator: Mark Haugan, Purdue) 
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-== 12:00 – 1:15     LUNCH == 
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-== 1:15 – 2:15      Computing courses for science majors: three perspectives == 
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-  * Owen Astrachan, Duke University {{astrachan.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Nathan Sprague, Kalamazoo College {{sprague.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * John Zelle, Wartburg Colleg {{zelle.pdf|[slides]}} 
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-== 2:15 – 3:30      Programming in the small versus the big picture approach == 
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-  * Dennis Brylow (Marquette University) {{brylow.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Tony Hosking (Purdue) {{hosking.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Lenny Pitt (UIUC) {{pitt.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Bruce Weide (Ohio State) 
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-== 3:30 – 3:45      BREAK == 
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-== 3:45 – 4:20      Round Table Discussion: == 
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-CS topics and projects for science students: What is relevant and what should be avoided? (Moderator: Susanne Hambrusch, Purdue) 
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-== 4:20 – 5:00      The role of visualization,​ data analysis & management == 
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-  * Ruth Chabay (Physics, NC State) {{chabay.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Michael Coen (CS & Medicine, Wisconsin) {{coen.pdf|[slides]}} 
-  * Chris Hoffmann (CS, Purdue) {{hoffmann1.pdf|[slides]}} {{hoffmann1-sum.pdf|[summary]}} 
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-== 6:30             ​DINNER (Jane’s) == 
-524 N. 4th St., Lafayette, IN 
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-=== Friday, November 16 === 
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-== 8:00 – 9:00      BREAKFAST == 
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-== 9:00 – 10:00     The next generation of scientists in the workforce == 
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-  * Chris Hoffmann (CS Purdue/​Rosen Center for Advanced Computing) {{hoffmann2.pdf|[slides]}} {{hoffmann2-sum.pdf|[summary]}} 
-  * Amar Kumar (Eli Lilly) {{community:​kumar.pdf?​nocache|[slides ("​community"​ login required)]}} 
-  * Bob Zigon (Beckman Coulter) {{zigon.pdf|[slides]}} [[http://​probes.invitrogen.com/​resources/​education/​tutorials/​4Intro_Flow/​player.html ​ 
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-== 10:00 – 10:15    BREAK == 
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-== 10:15 – 11:15    Round Table Discussion == 
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-Community Building: creating portals and repositories,​ sharing resources (Moderator: Tim Korb, Purdue){{korb-buildingcommunity.pdf|[Mind Mapping]}} 
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-== 11:15 – 12:00    Final recap and summary == 
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-== 12:00 – 1:00     LUNCH == 
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