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Second Annual Symposium on Research and Teaching Using IST ARCS-Managed High Performance Computing (HPC), Big Data (BD), and Database Resources

The purpose of this symposium is for researchers to present examples of their research performed using resources managed by IST ARCS, so that experiences can be shared, and technical information exchanged.

Proposals for presentations are invited from any field of research or teaching, limited to projects using ARCS-managed resources. Please send abstracts of such proposals, not to exceed 500 words, as a PDF attachment, to, with subject : "Proposal - 2017 Symposium on Research and Teaching Using ARCS-managed Resources", by 23 Decemeber 2016.

The symposium will take place on Wednesday January 11, 2017. Presentations should last about 20 minutes, with 5 additional minutes for questions. Presentations may be made by faculty, staff, or students. Attendees should bring their laptops, since web access may be useful.

Presenters and their research students are encouraged to attend all presentations, as they may gain insights from interaction with the other presenters and attendees.

	Date		: Wed 11 January 2017

	Location	: GITC 3710

	Time		: 10AM to 12:30PM, 1:30PM to 3:30PM
Time Faculty Dept Topic Abstract IST Resources
10:00 AM Vincent Oria Computer Science Ultimate Course Search: Indexing Multimedia
Learning Materialsfor Semantic Querying
[1] [2]
10:30 AM Jason Wang Computer Science Big Data Research Using NJIT Cloud Computing System [3] [4]
11:00 AM Dibakar Datta Mechanical Engineering First Principle Modeling of Li1-xNiyCozAl0.50O2 Type
Cathode Materials in Lithium Ion Batteries
[5] [6]
11:30 AM Shahriar Afkhami Mathematical Sciences Breakup of Liquid Filaments [7] [8]
Noon Joseph Bozzelli Chemical Engineering Thermochemistry and Kinetic Modeling
for OH Addition to Trifluoroethene
[9] [10]
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Break
1:30 PM Keun Ahn Physics Simulations of Photo-induced Non-Equilibrium
Dynamics in Charge Density Wave Materials
[11] [12]
2:00 PM Casey Diekman Mathematical Sciences Modeling Circadian Rhythmicity of Cardiac Arrhythmias [13] [14]
2:30 PM Cristiano Dias Physics Effects of TMAO on the Conformation of
Poly-peptides and its Implication for Protein Folding
[15] [16]
3:00 PM Cristiano Dias Physics Using Thermodynamics to Understand the Molecular Forces
Driving Peptides to Amyloid-like Fibrils
[17] [18]