of Computer Science Rutgers
Location: Core 340, Busch
Phone #: 732 445 6450x4634
Consistent improvements in hardware functionalities, costs, and performance
are enabling visions of pervasive computing environments, where users
roam with access devices surrounded by a computing infrastructure that
provides them with a wealth of services. Before such visions become
reality, however, we must address three issues: (i) how to reduce the
difficulty of implementing scalable, highly available back-end services,
(ii) how to reduce the human cost of maintaining and using pervasive environments,
and (iii) how to provide adequate security in these environments.
Current research in PANIC Lab seek to address different aspects of these
Parasol: Rutgers's Green uDatacenter
PlanetP: An infrastructure for P2P information
Vivo : A Systematic Approach to Improving
the Availability of Cluster-Based Internet Services
CCM: Cooperative caching middleware for clusters.
Distributed Real-Time Rendering on Commodity Clusters.
Mendosus: A Fault-Injection
Test-Bed for Constructing Highly Available Network Services
PANIC Lab faculty and students are also actively collaborating with the
and the DARK Lab.