Distributed Systems Lab

Distributed Systems Lab at UCSB is led by Prof. Divyakant Agrawal and Prof. Amr El Abbadi. General research interests of DSL spans the broad area of challenges associated with data management and distributed systems.

Follow us on Twitter @dsl_ucsb for updates.

 

DSL at VLDB 2013

Besides being in the beautiful Riva Del Garda, the DSL had a great time at this year's VLDB. Faisal presented the lab's paper "Low-Latency Multi-Datacenter Databases using Replicated Commit." Aaron, Divy, Amr, and Carlo Curino of Microsoft presented a two part tutorial title "Towards Database Virtualization for Database as a Service." The tutorial covered basics of virtualization, advances in process and storage elasticity, and recent topics in building a Database as a Service. The slides can be found on Aaron' home page.

Sudipto Das awarded 2013 SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award

We are very proud to announce that recent DSL alumni Sudipto Das was awarded the prestigious 2013 SIGMOD Jim Gray Doctoral Dissertation Award for his disseration titled "Scalable and Elastic Transactional Data Stores for Cloud Computing Platforms." The full announcement can be found at:
http://www.sigmod.org/all-news/2013-sigmod-jim-gray-doctoral-dissertatio...

DSL at VLDB

The DSL was very involved in this year’s VLDB in Istanbul. This included a tutorial on privacy in the cloud, a paper on multi-datacenter concurrency control, a paper on log structured databases, a demo on human driven consensus in mobile P2P environments, Amr moderating a panel on social networks and mobility in the cloud, Amr co-chairing the Workshop on Online Social Systems, and Divy giving the BigData workshop keynote.

Sudipto Das Received 2012 Lancaster Dissertation Award

The Department of Computer Science is delighted to announce that Dr. Sudipto Das has been awarded the 2012 Lancaster Dissertation Award in Mathematics, Physical Sciences, & Engineering. This is the first time this prestigious and highly competitive campus-wide award has been awarded to a Computer Science PhD student.

Professor Divy Agrawal invited as William Mong Visiting Fellow by the Faculty of Engineering at the Hong Kong University.

Professor Divy Agrawal invited as William Mong Visiting Fellow by the Faculty of Engineering at the Hong Kong University.

Syndicate content