Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018


Adam Huffman

I am the Research Computing Manager at the Big Data Institute, University of Oxford. I have been working with HPC, HTC and Cloud systems, and research data for over ten years, mainly in the life sciences.

In addition to the academic HPC and cloud community, I have taken an interest in and participated in research data management activities, driven by the explosion in the quantity and diversity of life science datasets. I also helped with the release of open data from the CMS experiment at CERN, during my time at Imperial College London.


Title Day Room Track Start End
Does data security rule out high performance?
Is it possible to maintain the anonymity of people contributing their data while not hindering ambitious science?
Sunday H.1302 (Depage) HPC, Big Data, and Data Science 13:30 13:55