Emmanuel Podestá Junior (M.Sc. student at PPGCC/UFSC advised by professor Márcio Castro) is currently doing an internship at Université de Grenoble (France). During a period of 3 months, the student will be funded by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and will be coadvised by Pedro Penna and Jean-François Méhaut, a Ph.D. student and a professor from Université de Grenoble, respectively.
In the photo above, Emmanuel (left) and Pedro (right) are in front of the Laboratoire d’Informatique de Grenoble (LIG) at the Université de Grenoble campus. This research mission in Grenoble is a result of a long-term collaboration between professors Márcio Castro (PPGCC/UFSC) and Jean-François Méhaut (Université de Grenoble).
Ray Willy Neiheiser has earned his PhD qualify in Computer Science from PPGCC/UFSC on 22/07/2019. His PhD thesis entitled “Resilient and Efficient Frameworks for Blockchains” is advised by professor Joni Fraga and co-advised by professor Luciana Rech. The jury was composed by the following professors: Carlos Barros Montez (DAS/UFSC), Raimundo José de Araújo Macedo (UFBA) and Miguel Correia (INESC-ID/Lisboa).
Lais Borin has earned his master’s degree in Computer Science from PPGCC/UFSC on 26/06/2019. Her M.Sc. dissertation entitled “Dynamic Slack Filling: Uma Estratégia para Economia de Energia Baseada no Escalonador de Tempo Real RUN com Dynamic Power Management” was advised by professors Márcio Castro and Patricia Plentz. The jury was composed by the following professors: Rômulo Silva de Oliveira (PGEAS/UFSC), Antônio Augusto Fröhlich (PPGCC/UFSC) and George Oliveira Silva (PGCOMP/UFBA).
Anna Victoria Oikawa has defended her final project on 24/06/2019. Her research work entitled “Escalonamento Global Orientado à Carga de Trabalho para Aplicações Científicas” was advised by professors Márcio Castro and Laércio Pilla. The jury was composed by the following professors: Odorico Mendizabal (UFSC) and Frank Siqueira (UFSC).
Bruno Marques has defended his final project on 24/06/2019. His research work entitled “Otimização do Framework PSkel para o Processador Manycore MPPA-256” was advised by professor Márcio Castro. The jury was composed by the following professors: Odorico Mendizabal (UFSC) and Frank Siqueira (UFSC).
João Vicente Souto and David Ordine, presented their papers at the Escola Regional de Alto Desempenho da Região Sul (ERAD/RS) in Três de Maio, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Their works were advised by Prof. Márcio Castro.
Papers presented at ERAD/RS 2019:
- Impacto de Abstrações IPC sobre o Processador MPPA-256, authored by João Vicente Souto (UFSC), Emmanuel Podestá Junior (UFSC), Pedro Henrique Penna (PUC Minas) and Márcio Castro (UFSC)
- Otimização de Aplicações do CAP Bench para o Processador MPPA-256, authored by David Ordine (UFSC), Emmanuel Podestá Junior (UFSC), Pedro Henrique Penna (PUC Minas), Márcio Castro (UFSC)
Ivan Luiz Salvadori has earned his PhD degree in Computer Science from PPGCC/UFSC on 19/03/2019. His PhD thesis entitled “Data Linking as a Service: A Microservices Infrastructure for Publishing Linked Data” was advised by professor Frank Siqueira. The jury was composed by the following professors: José Leomar Todesco (UFSC – EGC), Nabor das Chagas Mendonça (Universidade de Fortaleza) and Ronaldo dos Santos Mello (PPGCC/UFSC).
José Roque Betiol Junior has earned his master´s degree in Computer Science from PPGCC/UFSC on 20/02/2019. His M.Sc. dissertation entitled “Validação Experimental do Protocolo RT-WiFi na Transmissão de Tráfego Tempo Real em Ambientes Abertos” was advised by professor Luciana Rech and professor Ricardo Alexandre de Moraes. The jury was composed by the following professors: Patricia Della Mea Plentz, Carlos de Barros Montez e Alex Sandro Pinto.
Ray Willy Neiheiser, presented the paper entitled Policy-Based Adaptation of a Byzantine Fault Tolerant Distributed Graph Database at the 37th IEEE International Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS) in Salvador, Brazil. This work was advised by Prof. Luís Rodrigues (INESC-ID/Universidade de Lisboa) and Prof. Luciana Rech (LAPESD/UFSC).
The paper entitled “Koordinator: A Service Approach for Replicating Docker Containers in Kubernetes“, co-authored by Hylson Vescovi Netto, Aldelir Fernando Luiz, Miguel Correia, Luciana Rech, and Caio Pereira Oliveira, received the Best Paper Award at the IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC 2018), which took place in Natal/RN, Brazil from June 25th to 28th, 2018. This work was developed in partnership between researchers from LaPeSD and INESC-ID.
The awarded paper presents Koordinator, a new container replica coordination approach that provides availability and integrity with strong consistency in Kubernetes.