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CluE: Towards Scalable Primitives for Graph Operations

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Sponsoring Agency: 
National Science Foundation
PI and Co-PI: 
Ben Zhao
Divyakant Agrawal
Amr El Abbadi
Xifeng Yan
Duration: 
April, 2009 - March, 2011
Amount (USD): 
466,000

Many of today's data-intensive application domains, including searches on social networks and module searches in biological pathways, require complex queries on large graph datasets.

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CNS: NSF EAGER: From a Virtualized Computing Nucleus to a Cloud Computing Universe

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Sponsoring Agency: 
National Science Foundation
PI and Co-PI: 
Divyakant Agrawal
Amr El Abbadi
Duration: 
September, 2010 - August, 2012
Amount (USD): 
298,924

The research plan of this project consists of two main tasks:

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III-1018637:Small:Transactional Data Stores in the Cloud

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Sponsoring Agency: 
National Science Foundation
PI and Co-PI: 
Divyakant Agrawal
Amr El Abbadi
Duration: 
August, 2010 - August, 2013
Amount (USD): 
499,336

Cloud computing has emerged as a powerful paradigm for hosting Internet scale applications in large computing infrastructures due to their desirable features of unlimited resources and infinite scalability, pay-per-use model requiring no up-front investment, elasticity of resources, and fault-tolerance. Since one of the primary goals of the cloud is to host data-intensive applications, large-scale data management is a crucial component.

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NEC Labs Data Management University Awards: Unrestricted Gift

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Sponsoring Agency: 
NEC Labs America
PI and Co-PI: 
Amr El Abbadi
Duration: 
January, 2011 - December, 2011
Amount (USD): 
70,000

NEC Labs America has awarded the University California, Santa
Barbara an unrestricted gift of USD 70,000 to support your research proposal,
titled "ElasTraS: Towards an Autonomous, Elastic and Scalable Database
Management System for the Cloud." This funding is part of the NEC Labs Data Management University Awards program.

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NSF EAGER: Data-Driven Framework for Analyzing User Interactions in Social Media

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Sponsoring Agency: 
NSF
PI and Co-PI: 
Divyakant Agrawal, Computer Science
Amr El Abbadi, Andrew Flanagin, Bassam Bamieh, Stacy Patterson
Duration: 
May, 2011 - April, 2013
Amount (USD): 
200

With hundreds of millions of users worldwide, social networks provide incredible opportunities for social

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