Mobile and Distributed Systems

Mobile and distributed systems research focuses on the challenges brought by the large growth in data volumes through digitalization of society, and the huge increase in connected devices through Internet of Things (IoT). Key challenges in this area include efficient and large scale distributed deployments of accelerated computing hardware and their programming paradigms and algorithmic techniques. We investigate, for instance, how to correctly design massively parallel distributed software systems, how to deal with strict requirements on latency and fault tolerance posed by machine operated applications and services, and how to provide a good quality of experience to human users.






N. Asokan

Information security, privacy, pervasive computing and communications


Mario Di Francesco

wireless networking, mobile and ubiquitous computing, Internet of Things


Kary Främling

adaptive agent systems, distributed systems, intelligent products


Keijo Heljanko

distributed systems, cloud computing, big data, distributed computing


David McGookin

multimodal interaction, social media, location-based computing


Jukka Suomela

algorithms, theoretical computer science, distributed and parallel computing, digital humanities


Stavros Tripakis

formal methods, system design, cyber-physical systems


Petri Vuorimaa

web services, web applications, web of things


Antti Ylä-Jääski

mobile and ubuquitous computing, mobile multimedia systems





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