Distributed and Intelligent Systems Research Group

The Distributed and Intelligent Systems (DIS) Research Group within the Faculty of Science and Technology consists of eight academic staff members, one visiting researcher, four doctoral research students, postgraduate (MSc) students, academic visitors, etc. The group profile covers research interests, projects, and activities in Smart extreme-scale Platforms with focus on Performance, Energy and Security, Logic Engineering for Autonomy and Management, Advanced Concurrent Computation and Communication Models, Computer Communication Infrastructures and Networks, Development Methodologies and Environments.

The group has been successful in a number of scientific project grants relevant to the area of expertise, including the COST Action: ”Open European Network for High Performance Computing on Complex Environments” (2009-2013), a Faculty Award Research Grant from IBM: "Smart Cloud Infrastructures" (2009-2011), the GridCOMP STREP EU Project (2006-2010) and the CoreGRID NoE EU Project (2005-2009). Led by Professor Vladimir Getov the DIS Research Group has been operational for nearly 20 years and during that time was submitted by the University to four Research Assessments including REF-2014, where our Impact Case Study summarizes most of the group’s long-term results and achievements.

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