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Information about CFIT-Mohapatra

Published on January 15, 2009

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Center for Future Information Technology (CFIT) : Center for Future Information Technology (CFIT) Center for Future Information Technology (CFIT) : Center for Future Information Technology (CFIT) VISION On our tenets of open collaboration and interdisciplinary participation, our vision for the center is to innovate the future of information technology through vital research that has impact on the broad applications of information technology; through university and industrial partnerships, set an imaginative direction, yet influence a pragmatic roadmap that has intellectual, societal, environmental, and commercial value. For further information: Why CFIT? Missions: : Why CFIT? Missions: Building a community for research, education, and training through partnership between Industry and University Building a “Techno-social Marketplace” for all – academic disciplines and industrial partners Target innovative and future IT issues Focus on application-driven research, education, and training Facilitate collaborations in multiple dimensions Multi-disciplinary University-Industry Multi-disciplines with Multiple industry partners University Constituents : University Constituents College of Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering School of Medicine Center for Health and Technology Graduate School of Management Energy Efficiency Center Industrial Partnerships : Industrial Partnerships Intel Corporation Hewlett Packard Nokia Cisco Qualcomm PC-Doctor Siemens Sprint Gigamon Systems Huawei Technologies Slide 6: CFIT Collaborative Research Advancing Information Technology Systems & Technology Research Technology Management Information Technology Society Enterprise Digital Health Energy Efficiency Environment Strategy Innovation Entrepreneurship Information Interfaces Security Wireless & Mobile Networks Data Management & Analysis Distributed Computing Center for research Consortia for industry CFIT Scope : Education & Career Development Information Interfaces Enterprise Environment Energy Technology Management (Strategy, Innovation, Entrepreneurship) Data Management and Analysis Security Health Mobile and Wireless Networks Distributed computing CFIT Scope Benefits:Community for Research, Education and Training : Industrial issues & applications Recruitment & career development Education and Training Enterprise Systems Energy Health Digital Home Environment School of Medicine College of Engineering Graduate School of Management Letters and Science Applied & interdisciplinary research and education Industrial innovation and career development Benefits:Community for Research, Education and Training Benefits to the University : Benefits to the University Interactions with real-world practitioners and identification of problems that can impact society in general Multidisciplinary research approach to solve application-driven problems Exposure to a broad range of industrial partners Large-scale funding opportunities from NSF, DoE, DoD through industry-university collaboration (GENI, ERC, DARPA) Internship for students and faculty visits to industry Developing course contents in view of the changing needs Increased student career opportunities and future information technology leaders Benefits to Industry : Benefits to Industry Access to multidisciplinary expertise Pool of relevant and multidisciplinary researchers Early access to all papers, technical reports, research findings Participation in projects of industry relevance Frequent interactions with faculty and graduate students Impact on education and training of future recruits Influence research and education on new topics Matching support from NSF, UC Micro, and UC Discovery Get almost twice the amount of benefits from your support Leverage summer internships and faculty visits Bridge the growing gap of university research and industrial development needs Create linkages between university, industry, and government sponsored initiatives Interact with CFIT industry partners Center Model : Center Model CFIT Steering Committee (Research Cluster Principals & Sponsors) Research Lab 1 Workgroup 1 Research Cluster 1 Research Lab 2 Workgroup 2 Research Cluster 2 Research Clusters Research projects Industry application topics Vision alignment & application engagement Industry influence Research collaboration Research Lab n : : Workgroup n Research Cluster n : : CFIT Organization : CFIT Organization Steering Committee The CFIT Steering Committee includes faculty, research cluster and working group leads, CFIT industrial members. The committee is responsible for setting the overall direction, assessing and sustaining the university and industrial value of the center and its members. Research Clusters CFIT Research Clusters are led by faculty members in close collaboration with industrial partners, aligning the university long-term research agenda and experimental research with the working group requirements for information technology innovation and societal value. Working Groups CFIT Working Groups are jointly chaired by industry and faculty. In a consortia approach, working groups enable industry participants to influence research and to provide valuable input into the direction of key CFIT research and education programs. Working groups are launched as relevant issues emerge and disbanded as warranted. Research Cluster: Mobile and Wireless Networks : Research Thrusts Research Cluster: Mobile and Wireless Networks Ubiquitous networking for public safety and healthcare management Information access anytime, anywhere, in any format Management and interoperability of heterogeneous networks Workgroup Agenda Wireless and mobile networking protocols Managing heterogeneous networks Seamless configuration, portability and interoperability Experimental test beds Anytime-anywhere access Scalable Network Management Spectrum related issues Application-aware protocols ? ? Research Cluster: Security : Research Cluster: Security Cyber infrastructure for a resilient and open Internet society Large-scale attack defense systems Cyber security for current and future Internets Workgroup Agenda Decentralized trust and security Intrusion detection, analysis & response; zero-day vulnerability analysis Secure, robust networks Information flow accountability Cyber security Virtualization and security Securing federated enterprises Information accountability ? ? Research Thrusts Research Cluster: Information Interfaces : Research Thrusts Research Cluster: Information Interfaces Interfaces for very large-scale information management  Interfaces that enhance learning and productivity Universal interfaces for next generation consumer information technology Workgroup Agenda Information visualization Collaborative interfaces Intelligent interfaces Universal usability e-Learning e-Business e-Healthcare Visual interfaces for mobile devices ? Research Cluster: Distributed Computing : Research Thrusts Research Cluster: Distributed Computing Multi-core for networking Distributed virtual machines Parallel programming for virtualized multi-core systems Scalable and efficient data centers Workgroup Agenda Multi-core Virtualization Parallel Programming Density and scaling of data centers Power and thermal issues Virtualized resource management Multi-core applications Education: Programming for multi-core and virtualized systems ? Research Cluster:Data Management and Analysis : Research Thrusts Research Cluster:Data Management and Analysis Management of heterogeneous and distributed data  Data integration and uniform data access Integration of data processing pipelines into data management Workgroup Agenda Scientific data management Spatio-temporal and streaming data Data and information system security Geospatial data management Data mining Secure data analysis ? Membership Issues : Membership Issues The support for research funding will go to the principal investigators for expenses related to the specified projects For the current academic year, all our existing collaborators are members of CFIT Subsequently, we will need to generate financial support to cover basic administrative costs, workshop expenses, speaker visits, etc. Possible sources: Industry Gifts (for specific activities) Membership Fees NSF I/UCRC NSF I/UCRC Program : NSF I/UCRC Program Primary Requirements Strong interaction between industry and university Interdisciplinary research focus Memberships Full members and associate members Minimum of 10 industrial memberships NSF Support Planning grant Sharing of administrative expenses for 10 years Supplement for fundamental research Looking Beyond … : Looking Beyond … UC Discovery NSF Engineering Research Center DARPA Programs CFIT Events : CFIT Events Let’s stay engaged! Workshops – once every six months CFIT Seminar series Mutual visits for talks, discussions, demos, etc. Student internships and faculty/researcher exchanges Joint proposals to federal agencies CFIT Industrial Recruitment day Frequent sharing of information, technical expertise, and knowledge Acknowledgments : Acknowledgments John Vicente Hong Li, Krishna Kant, Dilip Krishnaswamy, Sanjay Rungta Scott Howard All participants Intel, HP, Nokia, Sprint, Qualcomm, Cisco, PC-Doctor, Huawei, Gigamon, and Siemens

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