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Grid Computing Lab

<strong>Description</strong>


The Grid Computing Lab (GCL) is supported by faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students with joint interests in GRID Computing. The Grid Group has research interests in the following areas:
  • Adaptive GRID Computing
     
  • Resource Management in Computational Grids
     
  • Adaptive Scheduling and Dynamic Load Balancing in Grids
     
  • Learning Algorithms for Scheduling in Computational Grids
     
  • Performance Analysis and Visualization
     
  • Adaptive Performance Forecasting
     
  • Intelligent Data Analysis and Data Mining
     
  • Agent Technologies in Cluster and Distributed Computing
     
  • Parallel and High Performance Computing
     
  • High Throughput Computing
     
  • Networking, Protocols, and I/O High Speed Networks
     
  • Functional Programming and Distributed Virtual Machines
     
  • Remote Sensing and Distributed Visualization
GRID Computing has laboratory facilities in the Booth Research Center, The GRID Computing Lab web site describes current research projects.<br />
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<strong>Faculty Members</strong><br />
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<a href="index.php/faculty-and-staff/faculty-contacts/15-ian-greenshields"> Ian R. Greenshields</a>, (Director) Computer Science and Engineering, University of Connecticut<br />
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<strong>Group Laboratory Website</strong><br />
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<a href="http://www.engr.uconn.edu/grid/">http://www.engr.uconn.edu/grid/</a>


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