Distributed Computing Research Group is concerned with the development of novel middleware architectures and parallel algorithms based on shared persistent space and the emergent behavior of large scale distributed systems. One of the earliest virtual research groups, the Distributed Computing group gathers together researchers from the UCSC with others from other universities and the industry periodically over the years. The most recent project undertaken is the GRID Computing project in collaboration with Uppsala University in Sweden..
International workshop on Grid Computing, successfully concluded, 13th December 2006
Introduction to Grid ComputingÂ (Richard Wait)
The EU-IndiaGrid Project Joining European and Indian grids for e-science (Stefano Cozzini)
Scientific Application and the GRID: state of the art.. (Stefano Cozzini)
The EGEE/gLite overview (Stefano Cozzini)
How to Port Scientific Application on the GRID? (Stefano Cozzini)
Security Mechanisms in Grid ComputingÂ (Mahen Jayawardena)
- Introduction to ARC and Swegrid/SweLanka (Mahen Jayawardena)
Uppsala University, SPIDER Project on Grid Computing – 2005-2006.
National Science Foundation (SL) – 2005 -2006
- Dr. D. N. Ranasinghe -B.Sc.(Elect. Eng.)., M.Sc.,DIC(Lond), Ph.D.(Cardiff)(Senior Lecturer)
- Mr. K. P. M. K. Silva – B.Sc.(Col), M.Sc.(York) (Lecturer)
- Mr. W. R. M. U. K. Wickramasighe
- K. Ganeshamoorthy – Algorithmic models for Grid Computing
Grid & Web services alternative middleware such as distributed UDDI & XML Spaces
Algorithms based on shared data spaces & channels for distributed memory clusters.
Mixed mode algorithms in numerical, String search & optimization problems.
Natural algorithms and emergent behavior