ISSDM/SRL Research Symposium 2014

SRL/ISSDM Symposium 2014

Sixth Annual SRL/ISSDM Research Symposium
UCSC Systems Oktoberfest

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Baskin School of Engineering, University of California, Santa Cruz

This one-day symposium will provide an opportunity to learn about the research of the SRL and ISSDM, interact with SRL and ISSDM faculty, graduate students, and affiliated researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), and discuss future directions and collaborative research projects at UCSC and LANL.  The traditional Oktoberfest barbeque and poster session will take place as part of the symposium lunch break. 

This year, the symposium will feature research on ongoing work in storage systems, scalability, and systems performance management at SRL as well as research in the ISSDM Collaborative Research Program. A highlight of this year's event will be an overview of a new center we are planning to launch later this year.

Preliminary Agenda

8:15-8:55     – Registration, Refreshments

8:55-9:00 - Welcome (Scott Brandt, Vice Chancellor of Research)

9:00-11:00 – Session I - Structured Data

Chair: Carlos Maltzahn

  • Redo: Scalable, Built-In Reproducibility, Ivo Jimenez (abstract)
  • MISO: Souping Up Big Data Query Processing with a Multistore System, Jeff LeFevre (slides)
  • Programmable Storage Systems, Noah Watkins (slides)

11:00-11:30 – Break

11:30-12:00 – Session II - Overview of the Center for Research in Open Source Software (CROSS)       

  • Carlos Maltzahn

12:00-2:00 – Oktoberfest Lunch & Poster Session

2:00-4:00 – Session III - Data Management

Chair: Carlos Maltzahn

  • Developing Interfaces for Labeling Object  Relationships in Images Using Expert Crowd, Rajan Vaish (slides)
  • Don't Stack Your Log on my Log, Jingpei Yang (slides)
  • Dynamic and Injectable Metadata Policies for Load Equalization, Michael Sevilla (slides)
  • Economic-Modeling of Long-Term Preservation, Preeti Gupta (slides)

4:00-4:30 – Break

4:30-6:00 – Session IV - Predictable Performance

Chair: Scott Brandt

  • Eliminating Long Tail Network Delays with an Optimal Multi-queue Scheduler, Andrew Shewmaker (slides)
  • Erasure Coding & Read/Write Separation in Flash Storage, Dimitris Skourtis (slides)
  • Automatic Generation of Behavioral Hard Disk Drive Access Time Models, Adam Crume (slides)

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