Euro-Par 2019 -A Domain-Specific Language for Scientific Computing on FaaS – Accepted paper!

The paper “A Domain-Specific Language for Scientific Computing on FaaS” di Gennaro Cordasco, Matteo D’Auria, Alberto Negro, Vittorio Scarano, Carmine Spagnuolo has been accepted at Euro-Par 2019: 1st International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models in High-Performance Cloud (ParaMo 2019) at Euro-Par 2019,  Göttingen, Germany, August 26-30, 2019.

Abstract:” Cloud Computing is widely recognized as distributed computing paradigm for the next generation of dynamically scalable applications. Recently a novel service model, called  Function-as-a-Service (FaaS), has been proposed, that enables users to exploit the computational power of cloud infrastructures, without the need to configure and manage complex computations systems.  FaaS paradigm represents an opportunity to easily develop and execute extreme-scale applications as it allows fine-grain decomposition of the application with a much more efficient scheduling on cloud provider infrastructure. 
We introduce FLY, a domain-specific language for designing, deploying and executing scientific computing applications by exploiting the FaaS service model on different cloud infrastructures. 
In this paper, we present the design and the language definition of FLY  on several computing (local and FaaS) back-ends: Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), Amazon AWS Lambda, and Microsoft Azure.
We also present the first FLY source-to-source compiler that supports SMP and AWS back-ends, that is also publicly available on GitHub.  “

1st International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models in High-Performance Cloud (ParaMo 2019) at Euro-Par 2019Göttingen, Germany, August 26-30, 2019.

Euro-Par 2019 -A Domain-Specific Language for Scientific Computing on FaaS – Articolo accettato!

Il paper “A Domain-Specific Language for Scientific Computing on FaaS” di Gennaro Cordasco, Matteo D’Auria, Alberto Negro, Vittorio Scarano, Carmine Spagnuolo è stato ACCETTATO alla Euro-Par 2019:   1st International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models in High-Performance Cloud (ParaMo 2019) at Euro-Par 2019 che si terrà a Göttingen (Germania) dal 26 al 30 agosto 2019.

Abstract:”Cloud Computing is widely recognized as distributed computing paradigm for the next generation of dynamically scalable applications. Recently a novel service model, called  Function-as-a-Service (FaaS), has been proposed, that enables users to exploit the computational power of cloud infrastructures, without the need to configure and manage complex computations systems.  FaaS paradigm represents an opportunity to easily develop and execute extreme-scale applications as it allows fine-grain decomposition of the application with a much more efficient scheduling on cloud provider infrastructure. 
We introduce FLY, a domain-specific language for designing, deploying and executing scientific computing applications by exploiting the FaaS service model on different cloud infrastructures. 
In this paper, we present the design and the language definition of FLY  on several computing (local and FaaS) back-ends: Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), Amazon AWS Lambda, and Microsoft Azure.
We also present the first FLY source-to-source compiler that supports SMP and AWS back-ends, that is also publicly available on GitHub.  “

1st International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models in High-Performance Cloud (ParaMo 2019) at Euro-Par 2019Göttingen (Germania), 26-30 agosto 2019

Presentazione dei papers, DG.O 2019 Dubai UAE, Giugno 18-20

Due pubblicazioni, accettate alla conferenza DG.O 2019, presentate da Vittorio Scarano, Dipartimento di Informatica:

  • A Non-prescriptive Environment to Scaffold High Quality and Privacy-aware Production of Open Data with AI” di Giuseppe Ferretti, Delfina Malandrino, Maria Angela Pellegrino, Donato Pirozzi, Gianluigi Renzi e Vittorio Scarano.
  • Re-using Open Data by Automatically Building Immersive
    Virtual Reality Worlds as Personal Museum
    s” di Roberto Andreoli, Daniele Monaco, Alberto Negro, Gianluca Santangelo, Vittorio Scarano, Luca Vicidomini.

Research papers presentation, DG.O 2019 Dubai UAE, June 18-20

Two papers, both accepted by DG.O 2019, will be presented by Vittorio Scarano, Dipartimento of Informatica:

  • A Non-prescriptive Environment to Scaffold High Quality and Privacy-aware Production of Open Data with AI” of Giuseppe Ferretti, Delfina Malandrino, Maria Angela Pellegrino, Donato Pirozzi, Gianluigi Renzi e Vittorio Scarano
  • Re-using Open Data by Automatically Building Immersive
    Virtual Reality Worlds as Personal Museum
    s” of Roberto Andreoli, Daniele Monaco, Alberto Negro, Gianluca Santangelo, Vittorio Scarano, Luca Vicidomini

Immersive Virtual Museum: From the re-use of Open Data Challenge Nocera data

In the Municipal Library R. Pucci of Nocera Inferiore (Salerno), is presented by prof. Vittorio Scarano, a Virtual Museum with Open Data. With the re-use of data from the Open Data Challenge di Nocera , it is possible to access the data collected through immersion in a 3D virtual world. The results of the project will be presented at the World Conference of the Digital Government Association ( DBO.2019) ) in Dubai

Museo Virtuale Immersivo: Dal riutilizzo dei dati dell’Open Data Challenge Nocera

Nella biblioteca Comunale R.Pucci di Nocera Inferiore (Salerno), viene presentato dal prof. Vittorio Scarano, un Museo Virtuale con gli Open Data. Con il riutilizzo dei dati dell’Open Data Challenge di Nocera, è possibile accedere ai dati raccolti attraverso l’immersione in un mondo virtuale in 3D. I risultati del progetto saranno presentati a Dubai alla World Conference della Digital Governement Association (DBO.2019).

L’esperienza europea di ROUTE-TO-PA

Il Prof. Vittorio Scarano ha partecipato alla settimana internazionale di Staff Training organizzata dall’Ufficio Erasmus del nostro Ateneo, con partecipanti da Università di tutta Europa, con un intervento dal titolo “European projects: from the idea to the implementation”, descrivendo la sua esperienza con il progetto ROUTE-TO-PA http://www.routetopa.eu.

“Rappresenta il dataset!” contest lanciato dal Team regionale Open Data

Il team regionale Open Data lancia il contest “Rappresenta il dataset”, sul portale Open Data di Regione Campania  per la valorizzazione degli Open data.

E’ una iniziativa che permette di valorizzare le conoscenze e le competenze tecnico-operative per realizzare i dati in formato aperto sia per fini di ricerca, analisi che per fini giornalistici. I dati potranno essere visualizzati con uno strumento che permette di utilizzare sia i dati presenti sul portale della Regione Campania  che i dati di tutti i portali di Open Data (CKAN, DKAN, Socrata etc) che abilitano le richieste via API. Lo strumento per la visualizzazione è stato realizzato dal team di ISISLab, guidato dal prof. Scarano del Dipartimneto di Informatica, Università di Salerno, il progetto europeo   ROUTE-TO-PA.