- When: 14th August 2015 14:00 - 15:00
- Where: Cole 1.33a
- Format: Seminar
The School of Computer Science welcomes the opportunity to hear from Dr Babak Esfandiari from Carleton University, Canada who will be delivering his talk on ‘Toward Workflow Management for Experimental Science?’.
Abstract: Data, code, and other digital scientific artifacts are often found (at least by this presenter) to be out-of-synch, unreliable, poorly organized and only partially available. This makes science often hard to reproduce. In this talk, I demo an online tool to manage the workflow of a scientific project, and I speculate over how or whether it can help address these issues.
Bio: Babak Esfandiari is an Associate Professor at Carleton University, a comprehensive university located in the capital of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. He obtained his PhD from Montpellier II, which specializes in Science and Technologies. His research is in agent-based systems; network computing; object-oriented design and languages.