Welcome to the FSU CS EXPLORER (EXtreme-scale comPuting, modeLing, netwORking & systEms Research) laboratory. We are a group of researchers who share common interests in

  • exploring cutting-edge technologies for designing, evaluating, constructing, programming, and using extreme-scale distributed computing systems including super-computing systems, cloud computing data centers, networked computing systems, heterogeneous computing systems, and Internet of things,
  • and developing, implementing, and evaluating techniques at the architecture, systems, and applications levels that advance the state-of-the-art distributed computing in cost-effectiveness, scalability, power-efficiency, reliability, security, and ease-of-use.

The EXPLORER laboratory is funded in part by Department of Energy Office of Science, National Science Foundation, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Florida State University.

Fall 2019 seminar

News updates (all entries):

    • 06/2019: Congratulations to Shafayat whose paper, titled “Topology-Custom UGAL routing on Dragonfly”, has been accepted by SC’19.
    • 10/2018: Congratulations to Peyman, Juan, and others, whose paper, titled “TPR: Traffic Pattern-based Adaptive Routing for Dragonfly Networks”, has been accepted by IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems.
    • 09/2018: Prof. Yuan (PI) receives a new grant with Prof. Xiuwen Liu (co-PI) from Los Alamos National Labortary to apply machine learning techniques to network design.
    • 08/2018: Woohyeong (Willy) Kim and Ram Sharan Chaulagain joined the group. Welcome!
    • 07/2018: Prof. Yuan (co-PI) receives a $700K equipment grant with Prof. Weikuan Yu (PI) and Prof. David Whalley (Co-PI) from the National Science Foundation.
    • 04/2018: Peyman and Atiqul successfully defended their dissertations. Congratulations!!
    • 03/2018: Peyman Faizian accepted a job as a tenure-track assistant professor at the School of Computing, University of North Florida to start in Fall 2018.
    • 03/2018: Md. Atiqul Mollah accepted a job as a tenure-track assistant professor at the Computer Science Department, Oakland University (an R3 Doctoral University) to start in Fall 2018.
    • 01/2018: Zhou Tong’s paper “Performance and Accuracy Trade-offs of HPC Application Modeling and Simulation” has been accepted by IEEE IPDPS’18, congratulations!
    • 11/2017: Peyman Faizian, Atiqul Mollah, and Xin Yuan to attend ACM SC conference and present papers.