- The Computer Science department of TU Delft has a job opening for an assistant professor in any blockchain-related field of computer science.
- The Distributed Systems Group has an opening for a PhD student on "Towards Resilient Deep Neural Networking" with deadline November 1st, 2019.
- The Distributed Systems Group has an opening for a 2-year Postdoc in Robust, Private Distributed Machine Learning Systems with deadline November 15, 2019.
- Here are the annual 1-page reports of the Distributed Systems group (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015).
The Distributed Systems (DS) group is one of the sections of the Department of Software Technology (ST) of the Faculty Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science (EEMCS) of Delft University of Technology. Until 2015, the DS group was called the Parallel and Distributed Systems (PDS) group.
The mission of the DS group is to model, design, implement, and analyze distributed systems and algorithms. Its research is fundamental, aimed at the development and evaluation of new generic concepts in systems software, and application-driven, motivated by important application areas, such as e-science, online games, graph processing, and online social networks. Much of it is experimental, validating the proposed new concepts by means of implementation and deployment in prototypes that are used in the real world. The three research areas of the DS group are scheduling in distributed computing systems, big data processing, and cooperative systems (with a strong focus on blockchain technology). The Section Distributed Systems leads the Delft Blockchain Lab.
The teaching of the DS group consists of BSc courses on networks and operating systems, and of MSc courses on Blockchain Engineering, Cloud Computing, Distributed Algorithms and Distributed Computing Systems.
24 april 2019
PhD student Taraneh Younesian joins DS
Taraneh Younesian recently started as PhD student on “Learning Models in Big Data Processing”. We wish Taraneh every success!
18 februari 2019
DS welcomes three new members
2019 has only just begun and we already welcomed three new members to Distributed Systems. Can Ilieri started as a postdoc in the Delft Blockchain Lab, Bulat Nasrulin as a PhD student in blockchain in a collaboration with KPN and Masoud Ghiassi as a PhD student Learning Models in Big Data Processing. We wish Can, Bulat and Masoud all the best.
01 oktober 2018
Lydia Chen started as an associate professor
Lydia Chen started as an associate professor with distributed data processing for artificial intelligence and machine learning as her research topic.
01 september 2018
Stefanie Roos started as an assistant professor
Stefanie Roos started as an assistant professor with privacy-aware distributed systems as her research topic.
01 juli 2018
NWO has granted the proposal for the sixth generation of the Distributed ASCI Supercomputer (DAS6)
NWO has granted the proposal for the sixth generation of the Distributed ASCI Supercomputer (DAS6) to a consortium consisting of...
03 mei 2018
Alexey Ilyushkin receives a best-paper nomination at CCGrid 2018
Alexey Ilyushkin receives a best-paper nomination at CCGrid 2018.
30 april 2018
Fact sheet with the achievements of project P20
Fact sheet with the achievements of project P20 (Infrastructure Virtualization for e-Science) of COMMIT/NL.
16 april 2018
Sobhan Omranian started as a PhD student on runtime systems for data processing frameworks
Sobhan Omranian started as a PhD student on runtime systems for data processing frameworks with Jan Rellermeyer as supervisor.
07 maart 2018
Martijn de Vos and Kelong Cong both have a paper accepted at the IFIP Networking 2018 Conference
Martijn de Vos and Kelong Cong both have a paper accepted with their supervisor Johan Pouwelse at the IFIP Networking 2018 Conference.
01 februari 2018
Launch event of the Delft Blockchain Lab
Launch event of the Delft Blockchain Lab.
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