SAC research group focuses on data intensive applications in various domains running in and for the cloud
Our research endeavours on designing adaptive software components, architecture framework and analysis method to scale data intensive distributed systems, through
modeling software architecture; quantifying the system's characteristics using statistical models; predicting the system's quality attributes and devising system platforms.
Current projects investigate mechanisms to improve the scalability and reliability of MapReduce Framework and Stream Processing Middleware to process incremental data analysis.
SAC group is expanding steadily and actively recruiting research candidates at Postdoc, Doctoral and Master of Research levels.
News & Events
Capstone demo, Apr 4th 2014
The Capstone team presented at the ENCS demo day.
The 2nd SAC Workshop, Apr 3rd 2014
SAC workshop features research students' presentation, visiting scholars' seminar and demonstration of current research progress.
The next SAC workshop is scheduled in August 2014 at the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, EV Building.
Poster demo at Ericsson HQ, Stockholm, Sweden. Mar 31st 2014.
Mehran Khan (MASc student) submitted his poster on "Monitoring workload of indivdual high available services in the cloud" to A&T Demo Event, Mar 31st 2014. Ericsson HQ, Stockholm, Sweden
IEEE IC2E paper presentation, Mar 11th 2014
Xing Wu (MASc student) presented his research paper at IEEE IC2E International Workshop, Boston, USA
SAC group co-organized the IEEE Lecture from Dr. Ian Gorton on Feb 5th 2014
SAC group hosted Dr. Ian Gorton's visit and co-organized his IEEE Lecture on "Software Architecture for Big Data Systems". Dr. Hamou-Lhadj is the Chair of IEEE Montreal Section Computer Society Chapter, who co-organized this event.
The 1st SAC Workshop, Feb 5th 2014
SAC group hosted Dr. Ian Gorton's visit from Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, where he works on software architectures for big data systems.
LTTng-Tmf-hack Day, Dec 12th 2013
Mehran Khan (MASc student) worked in a team to instrument the VLC player (Video LAN Player) with LTTng UST trace pointers for tracing. École Polytechnique de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada