Bogdan F. Cornea


My research experience is concentrated on four main projects.

Intensive Peer-to-Peer Computing

The goal is predicting the performance of distributed applications, considering a large-scale, completely decentralized, peer-to-peer computing system, together with the static analysis of the source code.

Development: the dPerf tool.

Didier El Baz   Sami Sboui   Pierre Spiteri   Julien Bourgeois   Mhand Hifi
logo of Laas-CNRS     logo of IRIT   logo of Femto-ST   logo of Univ Picardie
(previously LIFC)

ADAPT (phase 1)

This project aims at executing HPC applications onto the Cloud without development costs, nor user interaction/intervention.

Development: the ADAPT tool for HPC to Cloud automatic adaptation.

Julien Bourgeois   Vaidy Sunderam
logo of Femto-ST   logo of Emory Univ

ADAPT (phase 2)

The focus is on choosing a near-optimal execution platform (from available ressources in the Grids or Clouds) based on matching application communication signature to platform network pattern. The approach brings together several own-developed as well as external tools for addressing the largest possible range of HPC applications and heterogeneous target platforms.

Development: the enhanced ADAPT framework.

Vaidy Sunderam   Julien Bourgeois
logo of Emory Univ   logo of Femto-ST

Hemera -- Subproject: Ecofen

As part of the large-scale initiative Hemera, I work on the energy-efficiency of large-scale distributed systems. The goal is to enhance the Ecofen tool for providing the scientific community with a simulation tool that allows evaluating the energetic profile of distributed systems.

Development: the Ecofen tool, module of NS-3 simulator.

Anne-Cecile Orgerie   Laurent Lefevre
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