Distributed systems must integrate the greatest number of services unless this increase its complexity and decrease performance, so they must be flexible and efficient.
- Linux Operating System for the remote memory management: Development of new services to use and manage remote memory.
- Computational genomic: Optimization of existing software and development of new ones to make the most of all the existing resources in the computers that exist nowadays (multicore processors, graphic processors, etc.) that allow a substantial improvement in the genomic knowledge.
- Collaborative augmented reality (CAR): To improve the benefits of the CAR systems, as a high level distributed application.
- Population dynamic simulation: Integration of existing numeric models, complex models and social networks in scalable multiagent systems applied to the Neolithic agriculture expansion.
- Multiscale systems based on social simulation techniques: Development of multiagent simulation systems that simulate human behavior in mobility politics, and also the effect of this behavior in urban areas.
- TIC sector: teleservice, e-learning.
- Genomic: Optimization of the algorithms for the DNA sequenciation.
- Public sector: Metropolitan transport planning. Evacuation and security systems. Cultural services and diffusion of assets.
Services for companies and other entities:
Consultancy and technical advice in:
- Development, optimization and implementation of new services based on remote memory management.
- Development of new applications in the computational genomic field.
- Collaborative Augmented Reality Systems.
- Metropolitan transport planning.
- Development of applications for the diffusion of cultural patrimony.
- Scalable Multiagents systems applied to Archeology.
- Shared memory systems.
- Collaborative augmented reality.
- Multiagent systems.
Other interesting information:
The GREV takes part in the CONSOLIDER 2006 project Arquitecturas fiables y de altas prestaciones para centros de proceso de datos y servidores de internet, which has as objective to develop several techniques to improve the good work and reliability of actual server architectures for data centesr and the internet servers, with a limited cost and energy consumption. In the project sixty researchers from four Spanish universities participate.
GREB collaborates with other foreign prestigious groups of researchers, such as Lousiana Immersive Technologies enterprise (LITE) from EEUU, Adaptative Computing and Networking Laboratory from the National Central University of Taiwan, or Simula Research Laboratory, from Norway.
Also, several members of the GREV belong to the European Excellence Network: