- Track 1. Computing Technology for Physics Research

- Plenaries:

- 122. Lessons learned from the Kei computer project

- 125. Opportunities and choice in a new vector era

- Parallels:

- 079. Performance quality monitoring system PQM for the Daya Bay reactor neutrino experiment

- 012. A concurrent vector-based steering framework for particle transport

- 003. ALICE expert system

- 078. Experience, Use, and Performance Measurement of the Hadoop File System in a Typical Nuclear Physics Analysis Workflows

- 046. GPU for Real Time processing in HEP trigger systems

- 036. High performance computing activities in hadron spectroscopy at BESIII.

- 055. Initial explorations of ARM processors for scientific computing

- 112. JAliEn - A new interface between the AliEn jobs and the central services

- 038. Less is more. Why Oberon beats mainstream in complex applications

- 061. Managing a Tier-2 Computer Centre with a Private Cloud Infrastructure

- 074. Analysis of performance improvements for host and gpu interface of the APENet+ 3D Torus network.

- 011. Performance optimizations for distributed analysis in ALICE

- 093. Use of Checkpoint-Restart for Complex HEP Software on Traditional Architectures and Intel MIC

- 022. Study of cache performance in distributed environment for data processing

- 005. TGeoCad ACAT2013 An interface between ROOT and CAD systems

- 020. The ATLAS Muon and Tau Trigger

- 018. The evolution of the Trigger and Data Acquisition System in the ATLAS experiment

- 068. ATLAS Distributed Computing Experience and Evolution

- 047. A Web-Based Development Environment for Collaborative Data Analysis

- Track 2. Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools

- Plenaries:

- 126. Advances in tracking and trigger concepts

- Parallels:

- 069. A Neural-Network Clusterisation Algorithm for the ATLAS Silicon Pixel Detector

- 067. The Alignment of the CMS Silicon Tracker

- 080. Maximum likelihood reconstruction in the Daya Bay Reactor Antineutrino Experiment

- 062. Data Analysis of Tracks of Heavy Ion Particles in Timepix Detectors

- 034. Simulation-aided optimization of detector design using portable representation of 3D objects

- 015. The automated matrix element methods and its applications at LHC

- 013. Multidimensional polynomial regression and fit function uncertainty

- 042. Quasi-optimal weights a versatile tool of data analysis

- 053. ATLAS Trigger Simulation with Legacy Code using Virtualization Techniques

- 023. MadAnalysis 5 : a framework dedicated to phenomenological investigations at LHC

- 007. DELPHES 3 A modular framework for fast-simulation of generic collider experiments

- 043. Event Reconstruction and Analysis in the R3BRoot Framework

- 102. Concepts and Plans towards fast large scale Monte Carlo production for ATLAS

- 070. Optimizing the ATLAS code with different profilers

- Track 3. Computations in Theoretical Physics: Techniques and Methods

- Plenaries:

- 009. Solution of Loop Integrals in Quantum Field Theory using Modern Summation Methods

- 000. Analitical calculation of heavy quarkonia production processes in computer

- 033. Automatic calculation in Quarkonium Physics

- 049. Automated computation of scattering amplitudes

- Parallels:

- 040. Automated One-loop Computation in Quarkonium Process within NRQCD Framework

- 088. Generators BCVEGPY and GENXICC for doubly heavy mesons and baryons

- 031. SANC system and its applications for LHC

- 010. New developments in FeynRules

- 014. Three-loop beta-functions and anomalous dimensions in the SM

- 065. Development of an object oriented lattice QCD code ``Bridge++''

- 082. Recent developments on FORM

- 016. Numerical multi-loop calculations with SecDec 2.1

- 001. Theory of phase transitions and critical phenomena new approach for numerical calculation of anomalous dimensions.

- 024. FormCalc 8

- 092. The BlackHat Library for One-Loop Amplitudes

- 101. Feynman Loop Integral Computation on Hybrid Platforms

- 002. QCD Corrections to the Drell-Yan Process for Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider

- 027. Precise calculation for heavy gauge boson production in the LHT model

- 035. The computation of cross sections in brane world models

- 025. Automated NLO calculations with GoSam

- 039. Computation of multi-leg amplitudes with NJet

- 060. Automatic one-loop calculations with OpenLoops

- 041. LiteRed a new powerful tool for the reduction of multiloop integrals

- 008. Special functions in Higher Loop Calculations harmonic, generalized harmonic, and binomial sums, polylogarityms and special constants

- 037. Multi-loop Integrand Reduction with Computational Algebraic Geometry

- 056. FAPT a Mathematica package for calculations in QCD Fractional Analytic Perturbation Theory

- 066. One loop integration with hypergeometric series by using recursion formulae

- 059. The NLO Calculations of heavy quarkonium production at B factories

- Discussions and Others:

- 137. From Black Holes to Cosmology The Universe in the Computer

- 142. Round Table Open-source, knowledge sharing and scientific collaboration