Some recent past work
- Metrics Net Measurement Network, funded by Marie Curie grant
- User Centric Networking EU work on Personal Information Hub.
- Networks as a Service (NaaS) EPSRC funded collaboration with Imperial.
- Intelligent Energy-aware Nets EPSRC project +
Cambridge's energy use! +
Smart Infrastructure IKC
Trilogy 2 EU Liquid Computing project.
The HAT was an EPSRC project, now a startup (or two!)
OCamlLabs, Mirage + Nyomote ongoing
Big data in Cambridge
- Network science in
digital economy project on internet access for all in urban and rural UK
FRESNEL EPSRC funded, federating sensor nets
ITA program, led by IBM (still running as of 2015,
but not with me )
EU funded Pursuit
Recognition EU project
Social Nets EU + useful
socnet/complex sys blog +
miscellaneous other stuff
behaviour monitoring during
epidemics funded by ESRC et al
- We helped out a bit with the EU funded Trilogy work
The Haggle project
EU, finished, with
Thomson et al, on
- 800th CL stuff
TINA (The Intelligent Airport) Wiki
EPSRC WINES programme
uk india phd collab
Research Network, CMI bootstrapped, now spun out, with research
elements. There is a final report of the project with CMI at the end of 2007.
Futuregrid was EPSRC funded (w/ MSR) finished in oct 06 2006. The PhD
students associated with this are all finished, and mostly (at end of 2007)
elsewhere already. Final report avaialble on request.
E Next/E Net was an EC
post-COST Network of Excellence + and its
MobileMAN on Ad Hoc Wireless QoS, ->
COST 290, part of
Cambridge Open Mobile Systems work.
Gridprobe (w/ Intel),
Futuregrid (w/ MSR)
coregrid EU Network of Excellence.
- DTI e-science Technical Advisory Group,
Architecture Task Force! +
GGF High Performance Networking research group
GRID Managed B/W ng,
Grid Resource Scheduling,
Grid Multicast Transport, and
trust4grid w/ Simon Moore
TAPAS Project on ASPs and SLAs and
Local pages and tapas Software (just finished)
Pebbles project, run by David Greaves.
- Equator IRC was an EPSRC funded IRC
fund work on provisioning, and Networked VR
project doing remote haptics
papers & talks
Further in the Past
Jon's 20th century research
Links to quite long past projects that have
very little chance of working indeed (as Mike Lesk says, MTBF for a URL is
less than 42 days, so 6 weeks in the wilderness is enough:-)