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Programa XLII Conferencia Latinoamericana de Informática 2016

Lunes/Monday 10-Oct Martes/Tuesday 11-Oct Miércoles/Wednesday 12-Oct Jueves/Thursday 13-Oct Viernes/Friday 14-Oct

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Dr. Claudio Cubillos, (PUCV, Chile) [claudio.cubillos@pucv.cl] Dr. Hernán Astudillo, (USM, Chile) [hernan.astudillo@usm.cl]

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Ricardo Soto – Director Escuela Ingeniería Informática PUCV Raúl Monge – Director Departamento Ingeniería Informática USM

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KS1: Business architecture: the missing link in strategy formulation, implementation and execution.

Pierre Hadaya, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada Lu/Mon 10-Oct, 11:30 - 12:30 hrs Aula Magna.

The objective of this seminar is threefold:

1. Identify the determinants of business architecture;

2. Describe what is business architecture;

3. Highlight the benefits business architecture provides to the formulation, implementation and execution of a strategy.

Mr. Hadaya has been working in the information and communication technologies (ICT) industry since 1995 when he received his bachelor in Electrical Engineering. He has occupied diverse positions in the private sector including pre-sales, product manager, integrator, consultant and trainer with different companies including Microsoft Canada. Pierre Hadaya is now a full professor in the Department of Management and Technology at the École des Sciences de la Gestion de l’Université du Québec à Montréal. He holds a PhD in Management of Technology from the École Polytechnique de Montréal. His main research interests lie at the intersection of information technology management, business strategy, and interorganizational design.

In parallel to his academic responsibilities, Mr. Hadaya collaborates with several organizations in the private sector dedicated to develop worldclass capabilities to transform their business effectively and become more innovative and competitive.

KS2: Cucharas para la historia latinoamericana de la informática.

Dr. Nelson Arellano. UPC, Chile.

Ma/Tue 11-Oct, 11:30 - 12:30 hrs Aula Magna.

El caso latinoamericano del desarrollo de la informática ofrece una oportunidad magnífica para reflexionar acerca de los procedimientos con los que se trata el problema de las formas del olvido y las reglas del hablar y el callar.

Los y las historiadorxs, lxs entusiastas y lxs apasionadxs por la historia de la informática en latinoamérica tienen la oportunidad de compartir una reflexión en la que, como en The Matrix, el principal aprendizaje es que no hay cuchara en tanto el/la observador/a es quien debe tomar precauciones acerca de su perspectiva.

La propuesta de Peter Burke acerca de las formas de hacer historia compendia una serie de herramientas y métodos que podrían prestar valiosas orientacionesde la discusión acerca de las narrativas pertinentes a un proyecto historiográfico continental y su viabilidad.

Tras una década de espectacular evolución en el campo de la computación de altas prestaciones (HPC), los supercomputadores equipados con GPUs han conquistado los primeros lugares del top500.org y el green500.org, mostrándose como una alternativa de bajo coste altamente competitiva en términos de rendimiento y consumo. Este año, los principales fabricantes han presentado nuevos procesadores many-core que ya incorporan la memoria 3D integrada, como la familia Knights Landing de Xeon Phi en Intel y la nueva generación de GPUs basada en la arquitectura Pascal de Nvidia.

A lo largo de esta charla repasaremos los hitos ya alcanzados por los equipos actuales y analizaremos la tecnología de estos nuevos aceleradores para HPC.

Mostraremos su potencial en aplicaciones científicas y dedicaremos especial atención a su memoria 3D, desvelando los rasgos más interesantes de la memoria HMC utilizada por Intel y la saga HBM empleada por AMD y Nvidia en las hojas de ruta de sus GPUs para los próximos años.

Manuel Ujaldón comenzó su trayectoria investigadora hace más de 20 años, desarrollando su tesis doctoral sobre compiladores de paralelismo de datos para aplicaciones irregulares, período en el que también formó parte de los estándares HPF (High Performance Fortran) y MPI (Message Passing Interface). En 1996 y 1997 continuó con esta labor desde su post-doc en la Universidad de Maryland. Entre 1998 y 2003 escribió una saga de 7 libros sobre la arquitectura del PC y se integró en el equipo directivo de la ETSI Informática de la Universidad de Málaga, logrando una plaza de Profesor Titular en 1999.





En 2003 comenzó a trabajar con GPUs, publicando en 2005 el primer libro en castellano sobre programación de la GPU para propósito general. Desde entonces, ha centrado su investigación en la aceleración de aplicaciones biomédicas e irregulares, áreas en las que ha publicado un centenar de artículos científicos.

En 2008 inició su colaboración con Nvidia como Academic Partnership, siendo reconocido en 2011 CUDA Teaching Center y en 2012 CUDA Research Center en la Universidad de Málaga. En 2012 fue galardonado CUDA Fellow en Nvidia, habiendo intensificado desde entonces su labor como instructor de más de un centenar de charlas y tutoriales ligados a la programación de CUDA en congresos ACM/IEEE y universidades de 20 países. Manuel mantuvo entre 2004 y 2008 una posición adjunta en Ohio State University (Estados Unidos), y entre 2012 y 2015 otra de Conjoint Senior Lecturer en la Universidad de Newcastle (Australia), ambas simultaneadas con su plaza tenure en la Universidad de Málaga, donde es Catedrático de Universidad en el área de Arquitectura de Computadores.

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Ruben Soto, graduado en 2003 como Ingeniero Civil Informático de la Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María obteniendo la distinción al mejor alumno de su promoción. Su carrera profesional parte como Ingeniero de Software en el Observatorio Europeo Austral (La Silla) para luego asumir como segundo lider del grupo. En 2006 es transferido al Observatorio de Cerro Paranal para formar parte del grupo de ingenieros dedicados a la operacion y mantencion del software producido para el observatorio.

En 2007 llega al Observatorio ALMA como miembro del Grupo de Computación donde actualmente ejerce el cargo de Gerente de Area de Operaciones, además de ser el responsable por la planificación de los entregables del proceso de desarrollo de software de ALMA. Sus áreas de interés corresponde a temas de ingeniería de software, control y gestión de proyectos en conjunto con el estudio de diferentes modelos de desarrollo.

KS5: Designing Reliable Virtual Networks: Challenges and Solutions Prof. Raouf Boutaba, University of Waterloo, Canada.

Ju/Thu 13-Oct,11:30 - 12:30 hrs IBC 2-1.

Network Virtualization allows multiple Virtual Networks to coexist on a single physical substrate in isolation from each other, i.e., without security or performance interferences. It has been propounded as a diversifying attribute of the future inter-networking paradigm that can enable seamless integration of new features resulting in a more rapid evolution of the Internet architecture. More recently, it is being rolled out in data center networks as a means to provide bandwidth guarantees to cloud applications. Efficient utilization of the shared substrate network resources is dependent on effective techniques for virtual network embedding (VNE), which maps virtual networks on physical substrate network resources. A significant body of research focused over the years on devising efficient algorithms for the VNE problem, mostly assuming that the substrate network remains operational at all times. In practice, however, physical link and node failures commonly occur as part of everyday operations, propagating in virtualized environments to multiple hosted virtual networks.

Back in 2010 we removed this assumption introducing and formulating the Survivable Virtual Network Embedding (SVNE) problem by incorporating single substrate link failures. Since then, a number of research proposals extended SVNE in various ways to handle substrate link as well as node failures. In general the goal of SVNE is to achieve reliable embedding of virtual networks, i.e., a mapping of virtual network requests onto substrate network resources capable to survive substrate resource failures. In this talk, I will discuss the key challenges in this area and present some of our recent contributions to the design of reliable virtual data centers and virtual transport networks.

Raouf Boutaba is Professor of Computer Science and Associate Dean Research of the faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. He is the founding Editor in Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management PROGRAMA / CLEI 2016 (2007-2010), and on the editorial board of several other journals. He served as the general or technical program chair for a number of international conferences including IM, NOMS and CNSM. His research interests are in the areas of network and service management. He has published extensively in these areas and received several journal and conference Best Paper Awards such as the IEEE 2008 Fred W. Ellersick Prize Paper Award. He also received several other recognitions such as the Premier’s Research Excellence Award, Industry research excellence Awards, fellowships of the Faculty of Mathematics, of the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science and several outstanding performance awards at the University of Waterloo. He has also received the IEEE Communications Society Hal Sobol Award and the IFIP Silver Core in 2007, the IEEE Communications Society Joe LociCero and the Dan Stokesbury awards in 2009, the IEEE Communications Society Salah Aidarous award in 2012, and the recipient of the 2014 McNaugthon Gold Medal. He served as a distinguished lecturer for the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. He is fellow of the IEEE, a fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada and a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering.

KS6: Routing: from a Structured World to the Unpredictability of Wireless Prof. Marilia Curado, University of Coimbra, Portugal.

Vi/Fri 14-Oct, 11:30 - 12:30 hrs IBC 2-1.

Routing is playing a key role in the Internet and has evolved to support new types of applications and services, as well as network structures. This talk addresses the way research into routing has been conducted in the last 20 years. The main routing objectives are set out together with a discussion of the challenges facing the design of routing solutions. Wired networks have been, and still are, the core building blocks of the Internet. These are only possible owing to the capabilities of routing protocols to provide end-toend connectivity across multiple domains. There will thus be an examination of routing solutions for wired networks, including aspects such as quality of service routing, traffic engineering and signalling. Routing in multi-hop wireless networks raises new challenges because of the characteristics of the wireless medium and its potential node mobility. These will be investigated for three different types of multi-hop wireless networks, namely, Wireless Mesh Networks, Mobile Ad-hoc Networks and Delay Tolerant Networks.

There will also be an analysis of current research involving routing problems namely, in Machine-to-Machine communications, Cloud-based Internet of Things systems, and Cloud infrastructures. The work presented in this talk summarises several years of research at the Laboratory of Communications and Telematics (LCT) of the Centre for Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra (CISUC) including results obtained in national and international projects and lays out topics for open issues in this research area.

Marilia Curado is a Tenured Assistant Professor at the Department of Informatics Engineering of the University of Coimbra, Portugal, from where she got a PhD in Informatics Engineering on the subject of Quality of Service Routing, in 2005. Her research interests are Quality of Service, Quality of Experience, Energy efficiency, Wireless Networks, Mobility, Cloud Systems, and Software Defined Networks. She is the coordinator of the Laboratory

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