EuroSys Doctoral Workshop (EuroDW 2011)

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 April 10, 2011 (Sunday)

Time   Subject/Title Speakers
8:30 Opening  
Session 1    
 8:40-9:10 3 x Group A
Chair: Rodrigo Rodrigues (MPI)

Automatic Synthesis of Reliable Device Drivers

Improving Non-Functional Properties of Operating Systems with Reconfigurable Hardware

Design and Framework of Service by Delegation for Enhancing User Interface in Small-handheld Devices
5 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Adam Walker (NICTA National ICT)  Australia

Michael Gernoth (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg) Germany

Dagmawi Lemma (Addis Ababa University)  Ethiopia
 9:10-10:00 3 x Group B
Chair: Rodrigo Rodrigues (MPI)

A Novel Parallel Approach for 3D Seismological Problems

Mining and analyzing online social networks

Resource Provisioning of Web Applications in Heterogeneous Cloud
15 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Angela Ricciardello (University of Messina) Italy - 5 mins presentation

Emilio Ferrara(University of Messina) Italy

Jiang Dejun (VU University Amsterdam) Netherland
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break  
Session 2    
10:30-11:20 5 x Group A
Chair: Pascal Felber (U. Neuchâtel)

Optimizing the design of elastic content distribution systems for data-intensive scientific communities

A Case for Dynamic File System Views

High performance, Secure and Fault tolerant large scale storage system

Scalable, fault-tolerant, self-adaptive storage for the clouds

Shared data types for cloud computing: Commutative Replicated Data Types
5 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Daniel Higuero (Carlos III University) Spain

Konrad Miller
(Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Germany

Bunjamin Memishi (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid) Spain

Houssem-Eddine Chihoub (INRIA, Rennes) France

Marek Zawirski (INRIA-Rocquencourt) France
11:20-12:00 2 x Group B
Chair: Peter Dickman (Google)

Making an atomic DHT from message-passing reactive components

Consistent join queries for cloud data stores
15 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Cosmin Arad (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Sweden

Zhou Wei (VU University Amsterdam) Netherland
12:00-13:30  Lunch
13:30-14:30 Keynote Talk:
How to get a PhD

Steven Hand
(University of Cambridge)

Session 3
14:30-15:00 3 x Group A
Chair: Gilles Muller (LIP6/INRIA)

High Performance State-Machine Replication

On the Network Throughput Under Delay and Burstiness Constraints

Virtual Node Layer Mobility Management in Network of Information
5 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Parisa Jalili Marandi (University of Lugano) Switzerland

Kashif Mahmood (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Norway

Muhammad Shoaib Saleem (Institut Telecom - Telecom SudParis) France
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
Session 4
15:30-16:00 3 x Group A
Chair: Mike Schroeder (MSR)

Methods to enhance content-distribution for very large scale online communities

Hierarchical Real-Time Systems for Imprecise Computation Model

LENS: Leveraging social networks and trust to prevent spam transmission

5 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Juan M. Tirado (Carlos III University) Spain

Guy Martin Tchamgoue (Gyeongsang National University) Korea

Sufian Hameed (University of Goettingen) Germany
16:00-16:40 2 x Group B 
Chair: Mike Schroeder (MSR)

A Transport Protocol for Content-based Publish/subscribe Networks

Self-Management for Large Scale Distributed Systems

15 mins presentations + 5 mins Q&A

Amir Malekpour
(University of Lugano) Switzerland

Ahmad Al-Shishtawy
(KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Sweden
16:40-17:40 Panel Discussion:  
Chair: Eiko Yoneki (U. Cambridge)

Research Career after PhD

Life, and Employment, after a PhD

My Career on a Map

Research Career after your PhD

A Research Career

Working in Industrial Research 

Andrew Baumann (MSR, Redmond USA)

Peter Dickman (Google, Switzerland)

Rodrigo Rodrigues (MPI, Germany)

Marc Shapiro (INIRA&LIP6, France)

Ted Wobber (MSR, Silicon Valley USA)
17:40-17:50 Closing  
19:00-20:00 Reception