CS Student Presented in Top Supercomputing Conference.

Nov 23, 2016 | Student Recognition

Jason Lee, a Master student from the CS Department, has published a full paper in the prestigious IEEE/ACM SC: the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, held in November 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is one of the top conferences in the supercomputing area. The paper, titled “Enhancing InfiniBand with OpenFlow-style SDN Capability,” introduces an enhanced InfiniBand that incorporates Openflow-style dynamic per-flow resource management capability. Such enhancement will allow network resources to be customized for applications and utilized more effectively. This research is a part of a Software Defined Networking project funded by the Department of Energy and is performed in collaboration with Zhou Tong and Karthik Achalkar under the supervision of Prof. Xin Yuan and Mike Lang, a collaborator from Los Alamos National Laboratory. Jason is a member of the CS EXPLORER laboratory (http://explorer.cs.fsu.edu) and has successfully defended his Master thesis in Fall 2016.