Hailu Xu and Pinchao Liu Participate IEEE CLOUD 2018 at San Francisco

Hailu and Pinchao presented ELVES lab work “Oases: An Online Scalable Spam Detection System for Social Networks” and “A Toolset for Detecting Containerized Application’s Dependencies in CaaS Clouds” separately in the conference IEEE CLOUD 2018 at San Francisco.

Two Papers Are Accepted At IEEE CLOUD 2018

Congratulation to Hailu and Pinchao! Their following papers have been accepted at IEEE  International Conference on Cloud Computing (IEEE CLOUD 2018), July 2-7, 2018, San Francisco, CA, USA.

 

  • Hailu Xu, Liting Hu, Pinchao Liu, Yao Xiao, Wentao Wang, Jai Dayal, Qingyang Wang and Yuzhe Tang, “Oases: An Online Scalable Spam Detection System for Social Networks,” 2018 IEEE 11th International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD), San Francisco, CA, 2018
  • Pinchao Liu, Liting Hu, Hailu Xu, Zhiyuan Shi, Jason Liu, Qingyang Wang, Jai Dayal and Yuzhe Tang, “A Toolset for Detecting Containerized Application’s Dependencies in CaaS Clouds,” 2018 IEEE 11th International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD), San Francisco, CA, 2018

Poster Is Accepted At CENTRA 2018

Congratulation to Pinchao! His following poster has been accepted at Smart Cyberinfrastructure for Transnational Science (CENTRA’ 18), May 14-16, 2018, Tokyo, JAPAN.

 

  • Pinchao Liu, Liting Hu, Hailu Xu, Zhiyuan Shi, Jason Liu, Qingyang Wang, Jai Dayal and Yuzhe Tang, “A Toolset for Detecting Containerized Application’s Dependencies in CaaS Clouds,” 2018 Smart Cyberinfrastructure for Transnational Science (CENTRA3′ 18), Tokyo, JAPAN, 2018

Dilma Da Silva Visited Our Lab

We are pleased and honored to invite Dr. Dilma to give a speech of “Edge Computing: How Low Will the Clouds Fall?” at Florida International University. After the talk, Dr. Dilma visited ELVES Lab and also participated in a productive research discussion with our lab members.

Dilma Da Silva joined the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University as its new department head in 2014. Her primary research interests are cloud computing, operating systems, distributed computing, and high-end computing. Before joining Texas A&M, she worked at Qualcomm Research in California (2012-2014), IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in New York (2000-2012) and the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil (1996-2000). Dilma is an ACM Distinguished Scientist, a member of the board of CRA-W (Computer Research Association’s Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research), a co-founder of the Latinas in Computing group, and an event liaison with USENIX. She served as an officer at ACM SIGOPS from 2011 to 2015 and chaired the ACM Senior Award Committee in 2015. She is an Associate Editor for several journals, has chaired 30 conferences/workshops and participated in more than 100 program committees. She has published more than 80 technical papers and filed 15 patents. Dilma received her doctoral degree in computer science from Georgia Tech in 1997 and her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of São Paulo, Brazil.