Proceedings of the 15th Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Science – WORKS 2020

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The workshop took place on Wednesday, 11 November 2020 and the program featured an invited keynote by Prof. Michela Taufer (UTK), entitled “In Situ Data Analytics for Next Generation Molecular Dynamics Workflows”. The program also featured talks from 8 research papers (accepted after a rigorous review process where each paper received at least three reviews). The proceedings include the eight full papers accepted and presented at the workshop.

We would like to thank the authors, the presenters, the general chair, the steering committee, the program committee, and the SC20 workshop chairs – without their excellent work and contributions WORKS would not be successful.


Title Authors
Runtime vs Scheduler: Analyzing Dask’s Overheads Stanislav Böhm; Jakub Beránek
Workflow Generation with wfGenes Mehdi Roozmeh; Ivan Kondov
Supercomputing with MPI meets the Common Workflow Language standards: an experience report Rupert W. Nash; Michael R. Crusoe; Max Kontak; Nick Brown
Applying workflows to scientific projects represented in file system directory tree Mieszko Makuch; Maciej Malawski; Joanna Kocot; Tomasz Szepieniec
Adaptive Optimizations for Stream-based Workflows Liang Liang; Rosa Filgueira; Yan Yan
Enabling Discoverable Trusted Services for Highly Dynamic Decentralized Workflows Iain Barclay; Chris Simpkin; Graham Bent; Tom La Porta; Declan Millar; Alun Preece; Ian Taylor; Dinesh Verma
WorkflowHub: Community Framework for Enabling Scientific Workflow Research and Development Rafael Ferreira da Silva; Loïc Pottier; Tainã Coleman; Ewa Deelman; Henri Casanova
Characterizing Scientific Workflows on HPC Systems using Logs Devarshi Ghoshal; Brian Austin; Deborah Bard; Christopher Daley; Glenn Lockwood; Nicholas J. Wright; Lavanya Ramakrishnan