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CLOUDS Lab’s 2016 Annual Report April 25, 2017

Posted by Rajkumar Buyya in Cloud Computing, CLOUDS Lab News, Manjrasoft News.
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On behalf of CLOUDS Lab and the Cloudbus Project, I am pleased to share
2016 Annual Report detailing its R&D activities, outcomes, and community
services. For full report, please visit:
http://www.cloudbus.org/reports/CLOUDS-Lab-AnnualReport2016.pdf

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The highlights of research activities and outcomes in 2016 are:

* The Lab’s flagship Cloudbus Project has released various new modules for Aneka, CloudSim and iFogSim. The new CloudSim Toolkit now contains modules for DVFS, web modelling, MapReduce application and Containers modelling. It has been used by several researchers in academia and industries around the world including Ericsson!

* The Lab successfully hosted four ARC research projects: Future Fellowship programme (Autonomic Cloud Computing), 2 Discovery Projects, and 1 Industry Linkage Project.

* The Lab successfully hosted research activities of over 25 scholars: 16 PhD students, 6 Research Fellows (4 at PostDoc level and 2 Software Engineers).

* “2016 Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher” recognition from Thomson Reuters for a team member!
*  In 2016 alone, our papers have attracted over 8750 citations (ref: Google Scholar) and we hope this trend will continue!
* The Lab housed several (short and long term) international visitors (academic and PhD students) from India, China, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Korea, and UK.
* Our Lab’s spin-off company, Manjrasoft has been recognised as one of the Top 5 Cloud Apps companies by the Silicon Review Magazine.
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Wish you all a happy, peaceful, and prosperous rest of the year 2017.

Best regards
Raj

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