iDigBio Cloud presented at IEEE e-Science Conference

The paper "A Computational- and Storage-Cloud for Integration of Biodiversity Collections", co-authored with Alex Thompson, Renato Figueiredo, Charlotte Germain-Aubrey, Matthew Collins, Reed Beaman, Bruce MacFadden, Greg Riccardi, Pamela Soltis, Lawrence Page, and José A.B. Fortes, was presented by Dr. Matsunaga at the 2013 9th IEEE International Conference on e-Science, in Beijing, China. doi:10.1109/eScience.2013.48

3rd Annual iDigBio Summit

The third annual iDigBio Summit will be held on November 19-20, 2013, in Tallahassee, Florida. The Summit is a meeting of representatives from all TCNs, iDigBio, and other activities related to the Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC) program. The Summit will focus on discussions of shared goals, challenges and opportunities, and collaboration among stakeholders.

iDigBio Summit

UFIC Outstanding International Student Award 2013

Sarfaraz Soomro from the ACIS lab has been selected as one of the recipients of the UFIC Outstanding International Student Award for the year 2013-14.

iDigBio Specify 6 Workshop

iDigBio Specify 6 Workshop was held at Kansas Univeristy, Lawerence from August 12 to August 16, 2013. Sarfaraz Soomro & Kyuho Jeong from the ACIS Lab attended the workshop. They learned about the Specify 6 Software and networked with the collections community.

Journal Acceptance for Computer & Security

Dr. Youna Jung has recently published a paper titled "CPBAC: Property-based Access Control Model for Secure Cooperation in Online Social Networks" in the Journal of Computer & Security. She proposes an access control model for secure cooperation among OSN users. Read the full paper here.

Paper accepted for UCC'13

The paper titled "Machine Learning-based Runtime Scheduler for Mobile Offloading Framework" has been accepted to be published and presented in the 6th IEEE/ACM Utility and Cloud Computing conference. The conference will be held in Dresden, Germany on December 9-12.

Paper accepted for ICPADS'13

The paper entitled "OpenCL-based Remote Offloading Framework for Trusted Mobile Cloud Computing" has been accepted for the 19th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems. Heungsik Eom will be presenting this paper in Seoul, Korea in December.

Renato Figueiredo awarded NSF grant for Peer-to-Peer Overlay Virtual Network for Cloud Computing Research

Providing end-to-end network connectivity among distributed virtual machines in today's Internet environment (where nodes are often constrained by firewalls and network address translators) requires significant investment of time in development, testing and maintenance of code needed solely to provide connectivity. This project addresses these connectivity challenges in cloud computing by developing an open-source scientific software element that allows researchers and users of clouds to seamlessly create virtual networks on demand for distributed virtual machines.


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