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Welcome from IRAM & IAA (Morning Replay) (Francesco Pierfederici)
Opening Remarks (Kathleen Labrie)
Logistics Info (Morning Replay) (Francesco Pierfederici)
Invited Talk (I6-25) - Developing a Data Carpentry Curriculum for the Astronomical Community K. Azalee Bostroem
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Oral Contribution (O6-30) - Storage Schema of Time Series Astronomical Data for Artificial Intelligence Analysis Kun Li
Oral Contribution (O1-68) - Aladin Lite v3: behind the scenes of a major overhaul Matthieu Baumann
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BoF (B10-133) - Best licensing practices Yan Grange,Matthias Fuessling,Thomas Juerges,Jutta Schnabel
Invited Talk (I5-175) - From Photometric Redshifts to Improved Weather Forecasts: an interdisciplinary view on machine learning in astronomy Kai Polsterer
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Oral Contribution (O5-77) - Exploring the use of Graph and Machine / Deep Learning technologies with the NASA ADS content Sergi Blanco-Cuaresma
Oral Contribution (O6-104) - Astronify: listening to the stars Clara Brasseur
Oral Contribution (O5-37) - Probing neural networks for science: What is it they are learning? Colin Jacobs
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BoF (B11-143) - BoF: Interoperability of Users, Developers, and Managers Jan Noordam
Invited Talk (I10-39) - Astropy Kelle Cruz
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Oral Contribution (O10-53) - The Multi-Mission Maximum Likelihood Framework threeML: Multi-wavelength astronomy in practice Henrike Fleischhack,Michael Burgess,Niccolo' Di Lalla,Nicola Omodei
Oral Contribution (O11-156) - astroquery: a community driven collaboration of data providers and data consumers Brigitta Sipőcz
Oral Contribution (O11-35) - Organising ADASS in a Pandemic Francesco Pierfederici
Focus Demo (D1-66) - Radiopadre: remote, interactive, zero-admin visualization of data pipeline products Oleg Smirnov
BoF (B10-129) - How to better describe software for discovery and citation Peter Teuben,Alice Allen,G. Bruce Berriman
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Invited Talk (I7-21) - Galaxy Zoo & The Zooniverse - citizen science as a powerful tool in the age of big data Becky Smethurst
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Oral Contribution (O7-45) - CICLOPS: CItizen Computing Pulsar Searches Matteo Bachetti
Oral Contribution (O7-153) - Hubble Asteroid Hunter: exploring the ESA Hubble archives with citizen science Sandor Kruk
Oral Contribution (O7-52) - Citizen science with the TESS photometer network Sergio Pascual
Focus Demo (D7-114) - Arcsecond.io: an hybrid commercial/citizen-science project for astronomical observations Cédric Foellmi
BoF (B4-95) - It worked on my laptop! - how to approach reproducibility in astronomy? Mateusz Malenta
Invited Talk (I3-20) - PySAP: From Galaxies to Brains and Beyond Samuel Farrens
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Oral Contribution (O3-130) - iDaVIE-v: immersive Data Visualisation Interactive Explorer for volumetric rendering Lucia Marchetti,Angus Comrie
Oral Contribution (O3-137) - Exploring the Universe with pyESASky JupyterLab widget Marcos López-Caniego
Oral Contribution (O3-78) - Holding the Cosmos in Your Hand: Developing 3D Data Pipelines Kimberly Kowal Arcand
Focus Demo (D2-29) - Pangeo Data Analysis Platform at CNES and Astronomical Use Cases Guillaume Eynard Bontemps
BoF (B4-154) - Standardizing New and Improving Old Data Formats in Astronomy Jessica Mink
Invited Talk (I1-159) - Enabling next-generation science investigations with the NASA Astrophysics Archives Vandana Desai
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Oral Contribution (O1-22) - TOPCAT Visualisation over the Web Mark Taylor
Oral Contribution (O1-124) - A microservice-oriented science platform architecture Stefano Alberto Russo
Oral Contribution (O1-32) - CANCELLED - Serving power-users and novices. Architecture and lessons learned with science platform MuseWISE. Gijs Verdoes Kleijn
Focus Demo (D2-109) - Introducing the Trillian Framework and Science Data Descriptors Demitri Muna
BoF (B9-56) - Practical Provenance in Astronomy Mathieu Servillat,François Bonnarel,Mireille Louys,Michèle Sanguillon
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Invited Talk (I6-265) - What did we get right? Lessons learned from the first 300 million alerts of ZTF Matthew J Graham
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Oral Contribution (O1-98) - Interactive exploration framework for big data sets Fenja Kollasch
Oral Contribution (O2-14) - ESA Datalabs: an e-Science Platform for Data Exploitation and Preservation at ESAC Vicente Navarro
Oral Contribution (O4-79) - On the capability to encoding gravitational-wave sky localizations with the Multi Order Coverage data structure: present and future developments Giuseppe Greco
Focus Demo (D1-102) - Checkpoint, Restore, and Live Migration for Science Platforms Mario Juric,Colin Slater,Steven Stetzler
BoF (B9-86) - Standardisation of Data Formats in Gamma-ray astronomy Cosimo Nigro,Tarek Hassan
Invited Talk (I9-23) - Data Interoperability - the CDS experience Fernique Pierre
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Oral Contribution (O9-120) - Data Interoperability at the core of The Euclid Scientific Archive System Pilar de Teodoro
Oral Contribution (O9-27) - The Advanced Scientific Data Format (ASDF): Why you should use it Perry Greenfield
Oral Contribution (O9-94) - Using Docker in a radio-astronomy environment Mateusz Malenta
Lightning Talks I (Alice Allen)
BoF (B9-50) - Radio data archives round table Katharina Lutz,Christopher,James Dempsey,Yan Grange,Mark Kettenis,Mark Lacy
Poster Video Watching Party (Simón Torres)
Oral Contribution (O11-272) - Virtual Visit to Calar Alto Observatory Gilles Bergond,Jesús Aceituno
All the shades of the Cloud (Giuliano Taffoni)
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Oral Contribution (O2-157) - Calibrating Hubble Data in the Commercial Cloud Brian Hayden
Oral Contribution (O1-115) - Development of Scientific Data Applications for Science Cloud Platforms Nick Cox,Jeronimo Bernard
Oral Contribution (O3-136) - Analyzing Scientific Big Data with the Helmholtz Analytics Toolkit (HeAT) Claudia Comito
Lightning Talks II (Alice Allen)
BoF (B2-73) - Cost Management on Commercial Cloud Platforms G. Bruce Berriman
Social Event (Francesco Pierfederici)
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Invited Talk (I8-105) - The Pan-STARRS IPP : Lessons Learned and Looking Forward Eugene Magnier
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Oral Contribution (O8-111) - A scalable transient detection pipeline for the Australian SKA Pathfinder VAST survey Sergio Pintaldi
Oral Contribution (O8-63) - Tiling the Euclid Sky Martin Kuemmel
Oral Contribution (O1-112) - Realtime Data Transferring and Processing from Remote Telescopes Using Apache NiFi and MongoDB Lloyd Harischandra
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Invited Talk (I8-57) - NOEMA: How 1Million lines of code make the optically dark universe visible Melanie Krips
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Oral Contribution (O8-131) - Distributed Streaming Radio Astronomy Reduction with Dask Simon Perkins
Oral Contribution (O11-96) - Astronomical research in the next decade: trends, barriers and needs in data access, management, visualization and analysis Cristobal Bordiu
Oral Contribution (O4-144) - Supporting observatory coordination with new standards: current status Aitor Ibarra Ibaibarriaga
Focus Demo (D8-132) - Parallel Radio Astronomy Application Development with Dask and Numba Simon Perkins
Group Photo (Francesco Pierfederici)
Invited Talk (I6-31) - Machine Learning for the Zwicky Transient Facility Dmitry Duev
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Oral Contribution (O4-151) - Using Artificial Neural Networks to detect astronomical transients Katarzyna Wardęga
Oral Contribution (O5-36) - Machine-Assisted Discovery Through Identification and Explanation of Anomalies in Astronomical Surveys Kiri Wagstaff,Eric Huff,Umaa Rebbapragada
Oral Contribution (O7-155) - The Hubble Image Similarity Project Joshua Peek
Lightning Talks II (Alice Allen)
Software Prize Talk (H10-232) - CFITSIO - 3 decades of collaborative software development William Pence
Birds of a Feather Discussion (Francesco Pierfederici)
ADASS 2021 (Oleg Smirnov)
Closing Remarks (Francesco Pierfederici)