Entries by Roland

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The ITEC team participated in HiPeac 2020 and the collocated ASPIDE meeting in Bologna

The ITEC team participated in the HiPeac 2020 International Workshop on Exascale programing models for extreme data with a presentation with title “Monitoring data collection and mining for Exascale systems”. The ITEC team also attended the collocated ASPIDE meeting and actively participated in the decision of the next research activities in the project.

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Dragi Kimovski gave an invited talk at the International Workshop on the Computing Continuum (IWCoCo) 2020 in Bologna

Title of the talk: Mobility-Aware Scheduling of Extreme Data Workflows across the Computing Continuum Abstract: The appearance of the Fog/Edge computing paradigm, as an emanation of the computing continuum closer to the edge of the network, unravels important opportunities for execution of complex business and scientific workflows near the data sources. The main characteristics of […]

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Paper accepted in IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS) journal

The manuscript “Simplified Workflow Simulation on Clouds based on Computation and Communication Noisiness” has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems journal (TPDS) with an impact factor of 4.181. Authors: Roland Mathá, Sasko Ristov, Thomas Fahringer, Radu Prodan. Abstract: Many researchers rely on simulations to analyze and validate their […]

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The manuscript “Multi-objective scheduling of extreme data scientific workflows in Fog” has been accepted in FGCS

The manuscript “Multi-objective scheduling of extreme data scientific workflows in Fog” has been accepted for publication in the “Future Generation Computer Systems” journal published by Elsevier. The journal is ranked in the Q1 (SJR) in the areas of “Hardware and Architectures” and “Computer Networks and Communications” with an Impact Factor of 5.768 (Journal Citations Reports). […]

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Narges Mehran presented her work at the 9th International Conference on the Internet of Things, IoT 2019

Narges Mehran presented the paper  “MAPO: A Multi-Objective Model for IoT Application Placement in a Fog Environment” at the 9th International Conference on the Internet of Things, IoT 2019 in Bilbao, Spain (October 22-25, 2019). Authors: Narges Mehran, Dragi Kimovski, Radu Prodan (Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt). Abstract: The emergence of the Fog computing paradigm that leverages in-network virtualized resources raises […]

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Prof. Radu Prodan participated at the PhD examination of Dr. Yang Hu and Dr. Huan Zhou at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Prof. Radu Prodan participated at the PhD examination of Dr. Yang Hu and Dr. Huan Zhou at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. With: Prof. Peter van Emde Boas, Prof. Cees de Laat, Prof. Henri E. Bal, Dr. Paola Grosso, Dr. Zhiming Zhao, Prof. Rob van Nieuwpoort, Prof. Pieter Adriaans, Dr. Adam S.Z. Belloum

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Prof. Radu Prodan @ EU High level Social Media Symposium Panel Discussion

Read more about the High level Symposium. @articonf participated on Oct. 7-8 at the "High level Symposium towards an Interdisciplinary view on Social Media" organised by @EU_Commission in #Rome, centered around the question: "Are social media changing our brains?", as input to shape future @EU_H2020 research agendas. pic.twitter.com/QzR7QdlAUZ — Radu Prodan (@RaduProdanAAU) October 9, 2019

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3rd ARTICONF technical meeting in Porto.

ARTICONF aims to set the agenda for the next generation of social media. The pan-European consortium is continuing its integration meeting today in Porto🇵🇹 Social media today does not live up to its possibilities & potentials. It is fragmented,centralised & can be easily abused. pic.twitter.com/7Es8eZu1Wq — ARTICONF (@articonf) October 2, 2019