Our Computer Architecture and Storage System (CASS) laboratory has primary research interests which cover a wide spectrum in the areas of high performance computing and storage systems. A common thread among our research projects focuses on fast data accesses and resource sharing with cost- and energy-efficient management at different levels of memory and storage hierarchies in supercomputer, parallel and distributed computer systems. More recently, CASS research interests cover the areas of interdisciplinary computing, computer architecture, and low-power computing. A significant complimentary thread among CASS extensive research projects emphasize at developing new software tools and hardware platforms to stimulate advances in science and engineering research, where large digital data collections are increasingly prevalent. CASS research projects have been sponsored by several federal funding agencies such as National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and NASA.
“Sapprox: Enabling Efficient and Accurate Approximations on Sub-datasets with Distribution-aware Online Sampling” is accepted to VLDB 17 [PDF]
Upcoming Conferences Organized by our Lab
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- 2017 IEEE Cyber Science and Technology Congress (CyberSciTech 2017) – Orlando, Florida, USA, 6th-10th November 2017
- The 15th IEEE International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing (DASC 2017)
- IEEE DataCom 2017
- The 15th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Intelligence and Computing (PICcom-2017)
Current Research Projects
- DURIP: WINNERS OF THE FY 2017 COMPETITION UNDER THE DEFENSE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION PROGRAM, Next-generation all flash big data parallel processing engine.
- NSF SHF: Small: Multi-criteria optimization control for temperature constrained energy efficient data center using fuzzy decision making theory, sole PI. 2015-2018.
- NSF XPS: Collaborative Research: A Scalable and Distributed System Framework for Compute-Intensive and Data-Parallel Applications. 2013-2017.
- NASA: The Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD), 2013-2020.