The student will participate in the COSMOS project (http://cosmos-lab.org/) focusing on edge computing. Edge computing is an emerging paradigm that distributes computing resources closer to the end users. The need for timely response arises in both human and machine to machine applications (e.g., gaming AR, VR, autonomous drones, and industrial machinery). We are looking to evaluate VM migration and application response time for cloud computing.
As part of the project, students will explore how to migrate Virtual Machines for edge cloud services. This will involve working with openstack, KVM, and Google cloud. Additional responsibilities can include design real-time object detection for AR application.
Lab: Wireless and Mobile Networking Lab, Gil Zussman
Direct Supervisor: Craig Gutterman
Position Dates: 5/20/2019 - 8/10/2019
Hours per Week: 20
Paid Position: No
Number of positions: 1
Qualifications: Experience with virtual machines, web servers and app design preferred. Coding languages required include C, Java, and Python.
Eligibility: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Master's (SEAS only)
Craig Gutterman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location of lab: Wireless and Mobile Networking Lab, CEPSR 801