September 16th (Kellogg Center, Big Ten Room C)

7:30 am - 8:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast - Kellogg Center Big Ten Room C
8:30 am Opening Remarks
9:00 am - noon Morning Session Chair - Andrew Christlieb
9:00 am "Why Exascale Computing Will Be Slightly Less Disruptive Than the Comet that Killed the Dinosaurs" -- Jeff Hittinger, Lawrence Livermore
9:50 am "Computational Multiscale Modeling" -- Bjorn Engquist, University of Texas
10:40 am Coffee Break
11:10 am "Multi-fidelity information fusion algorithms for high dimensional systems and massive data-sets" -- George Em Karniadakis, Brown University
12:00 pm "Uncertainty Estimation Applied to Verification and Validation" -- Keith Cartwright (Sandia National Laboratories), Gregg A. Radtke, Eric C. Cyr
12:50 pm Lunch (provided) - Kellogg Center Red Cedar Rooms AB
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm Afternoon Session Chair - B. Shanker
2:00 pm "Lattice Field Theory Comes of Age: Physics + Algorithms + Computers" -- Richard Brower, Boston University
2:50 pm "Butterfly/MLMDA-based Direct Solvers for Electromagnetic Scattering" -- Eric Michielssen, University of Michigan
3:40 pm Coffee Break
4:10 pm "Advancing Particle Accelerator Science with High Performance Computing" -- James Amundson, FNAL
5:00 pm "Beyond the Nystrom method: scalable tree algorithms for kernel matrix approximation" -- George Biros, University of Texas
6:00 pm Banquet / Dinner - Kellogg Center Red Cedar Rooms AB

September 17th (Kellogg Center, Big Ten Room C)

7:30 am - 8:50 am Continental Breakfast - Kellogg Center Big Ten Room C
8:50 am - 12:20 pm Morning Session Chair - Jianliang Qian
8:50 am "Driving Business Transformations through Open Data Analytics" -- Chid Apte, IBM Research
9:40 am "Learning from Big Data in Computational Advertising" -- J. C Mao, Microsoft
10:30 am Coffee Break
10:40 am "Asynchronous parallel computing in signal processing and machine learning" -- Wotao Yin, UCLA
11:30 am "Geometric Methods for the Approximation of High-dimensional Dynamical Systems" -- Mauro Maggioni, Duke University
12:20 pm Lunch (provided) - Kellogg Center Riverside Room
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Afternoon Session Chair - Brian O'Shea
1:30 pm "The LSST: Entering the Era of Data-Driven, Petascale, Astronomy" -- Mario Juric, University of Washington
2:20 pm "Recent Developments in the Sparse Fourier Transform" -- Piotr Indyk, MIT
3:10 pm "Topology and the organization of Big Data" -- Gunnar Carlsson, Stanford University