Labs:

CPS

CPS

The Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) Laboratory's mission is to propose novel sensing paradigms to transform raw sensed heterogeneous data into valuable information. The paradigms will apply to distributed systems that need to react to sensor information with an effective action such as cyber-physical systems, which feature a tight combination of, and coordination between, computational and physical elements. The significance of the research is to leverage the acquired knowledge to broaden the potential of cyber-physical systems in several dimensions, including: augmentation of human capabilities, understanding of human activities, coordination of heterogeneous (infrared) cameras, operation in dangerous or inaccessible environments, and efficiency.

Radical

RADICAL

The Research in Advanced Distributed Cyberinfrastructure and Applications Laboratory (RADICAL) is interested in Cyberinfrastructure Research & Development, Computation & Data-enabled Science & Engineering and many fundamental aspects of Computing.  In addition to cyberinfrastructure research and development, RADICAL is engaged in using advanced cyberinfrastructure to address challenging science & engineering problems at scale.  We develop a repertoire of tools and capabilities that enable the scalable, extensible and interoperable utilization of regional, national and international production distributed cyberinfrastructure.  RADICAL is also engaged in understanding fundamental and advanced computing concepts to enable advances in scientific computing at scale.

TASSL

TASSL

The Applied Software Systems Laboratory (TASSL) is a interdisciplinary research center that complements the NSF Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center (CAC), and is part of Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering and the School of Engineering at Rutgers University.  The mission of TASSLE is to develop conceptual models and implementation frameworks, based on the theoretical foundations of high performance, distributed systems and networking, for solving real-world problems on very large and pervasive distributed systems such as the national hybrid cyberinfrastructure.  Designing, developing and deploying advanced software systems is an integral part of the TASSL mission and TASSL researchers have deployed software systems such DataSpaces/DART, GrACE/MACE, CometCloud, Accord, Squid, Meteor, etc.

 

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