|Center of Excellence
Centre of Excellence in Grid Computing
I. Grid Environments have been established in the Centre.
These environments include:
- Sun Grid: Using Sun V20 Z Servers (03), Sun Ultra Work Stations (03) and SUN Ray Thin Clients (05)
- Globus Grid: on Linux and Windows
- Alchemi Grid: for Windows users
- Condor Grid Middleware
- Nimrod G Broker
II. A TIET Grid group has been created on Yahoo, which has 25+ active members.
III. Grid Computing was also offered as an Elective subject by the Department.
IV. Four Ph.D.s including one full time scholars are working in following areas of Grid Computing
- Grid Resource Discovery
- Resource Allocation
- Resource Scheduling
- Resource Management
- Grid security
V. Ten Master’s Theses have also been completed in this area, and eight are in progress.
VI. Centre has been active in publishing its outcomes at various national and International events.
Centre of Excellence in Software Repositories
I. Software Reuse as an Elective subject taught first time during Jan-May 2006
- Amandeep Singh, Rajesh Bhatia, Mayank Dave, R.C. Joshi, “ Innovative Technique for Component Retrieval” at IIT Delhi in an International Conference on Cognitive Systems in January 2005.
- Rajesh K. Bhatia, Navneet Kaur “Best Component Retrieval from a Component Based Repository”, 2nd Indian International Conference on Artifcial Intelligence (IICAI-05) . 667-675, Pune during December 20-22, 2005. IICAI-05 (IEEE Sposored)
- Rajesh K. Bhatia, Mayank Dave, R. C. Joshi, “Genetic Algorithm Based Component Retrieval”, International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practices (SERP’06), Las Vegas, during June 22-26, 2006
III. M.E. Software Engineering Thesis Guided in this Area
- Conceptual and Constraint Similarity in Component Matching
- Collaborative Tagging for Software Reuse
- Converting Natural Specifications to Z Center of Excellence in VLSI CAD