Research Projects

 

  • 2016–2019. VaVel: Variety, Veracity, VaLue: Handling the Multiplicity of Urban Sensors. EC H2020-ICT.16a BigDataResearch RIA. With Ethniko Athinon, TU Dortmund, Fraunhofer, IBM Ireland, AGT GMBH, Orange Polska, Dublin city, Miasto Stoleczne Warszawa, Politechnika Warszawska. EC contribution over 3 years: 3,999,668 Euro.
  • 2014–2017. Ginseng: Dyamic resource allocation in the Cloud. Pazi Grant. With Orna Agmon Ben-Yehuda. 1M NIS over 4 years.
  • 2013–2016. FERARI: Flexible event processing for big data architectures. STREP, FP7-ICT-2013-11. With Fraunhofer, IBM, Technical U of Crete, Poslovna Inteligencija, HRVATSKI Telekom. EC contribution over 3 years: 2,954,091 Euro.
  • ¬†2013–2016. SPEEDD: Scalable ProactivE Event-Driven Decision making. STREP, FP7-ICT-2013-11. With Greek National Center for Scientific Research, IBM Israel, EPFL, U Birmingham, Feedzai, and Centre National de la Recherche Scientific France.¬† EC contribution over 3 years: 3,074,505 Euro.
  • 2012–2016. Bare metal performance for fully virtualized guests. Israeli Science Foundation. Budget over four years: $250K. With Dan Tsafrir.
  • 2012–2015.European Commission, STREP, FP7-ICT-2011-8. Insight: INtelligent Synthesis and Real-tIme Response using Massive StreaminG¬† of HeTerogeneous Data. With U. of Athens, IBM Ireland, Fraunhofer, U. of Dortmund, Dublin City Council, and BBK Germany. EC contribution over three years: 2,787,720 Euro.
  • 2012–2015. Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Metro450 Consortium. Checking chips in 450 nanometer technology. With Avi Mendelson. Budget over three years: $400K.
  • 2011–2014. European Commission, FET open, FP7-ICT-2009-C. DATASIM: Data Science for Simulating the Era of Electric Vehicles. With U. Hasselt, Fraunhofer, CNR (Pisa), BPGE (Hungary), UP Madrid, and Pireus Research Center. EC contribution over three years: 2,368,270 Euro.
  • 2010–2013. European Commission, FET open, FP7-ICT-2009.8.0-C. LIFT: Using Local Inference in Massively Distributed Systems. With Haifa University, Fraunhofer, CNR (Pisa), and Technical Institute of Crete. EC contribution over three years: 1,891,268 Euro.
  • 2010–2013. European Commission, STREP, FP7-ICT-2009-4. ENCORE – ENabling technologies for a programmable many-CORE. With Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Technische Universiteit Delft, FORTH Greece, Kungliga Tekniska Hoegskolan Sweden, ARM Limited. EC contribution over three years: 3,552,574 Euro.
  • 2009–2013. US–Israel Binational Science Foundation. Local Inference in Massively Distributed Systems. With Daniel Keren (Haifa U) and Hillol Kargupta (UMBC).
  • 2009–2014. Ministry of Industry and Commerce, HD-Net Consortium. Multi-Level Caching for Video Streaming. Budget over five years: \$400K.
  • 2007–2010.Geometric Monitoring of Distributed Data Streams. Israeli Science Foundation. Budget over three years: \$150K. With Daniel Keren, Haifa U.
  • 2007–2009. Software and system for genetic linkage analysis of SNP data for large families. Microsoft TCI grant. Budget over two years: \$500K. Together with Dan Geiger.
  • 2006–2009. European Commission, FP6 (Call 5) — IST, Grid Track. QosCosGrid: Quasi-Opportunistic Supercomputing for Complex Systems in Grid Environments. Budget over 2.5 years: 2,800K Euro. With University of Ulster (UK), University of Qweensland (Australia), Cranfield University (UK), Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain), Lorand University (Hungary), Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (France), INSTYTUT CHEMII BIOORGANICZNEJ PAN (Poland), Universiteit van Amsterdam (Netherlands), Platform Computing SARL (France).
  • 2005–2007. Israeli Ministry of Science. National computational grid-based center for the analysis of family data of genetic diseases. With Dan Geiger, Tzipi Falik, Ohad Birk, and Motti Shochat. Budget: \$500K.
  • 2004–2006. European Commission, FP6 — IST. Data Mining Tools and Services for Grid Computing Environments. Budget over 2 years: 1,883K Euro. With W. Dubitzky (U. Ulster), M. May (Fraunhofer), J. Franke (DaimlerChrysler), and V. Stankovski (U. Ljubljana).
  • 2001–2005.Israel Science Foundation. Highly Scalable Model Checking. Budget over four years: \$255K.