Joe Sventek

Department Head, Professor

Department of Computer and Information Science
1202 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403

Email: jsventek@cs.uoregon.edu
Phone: +1 (541) 346-1374
Fax: +1 (541) 346-5373
343/120 C Deschutes Hall

PhD Students

Current

Paul Harvey - Paul is completing his research into the applicability of actor-based languages for programming constrained environmental sensor systems. He is expected to submit his dissertation by May 2015.

Michael Comerford - Michael has submitted his dissertation entitled "Statistical Disclosure Control: an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Problem of Balancing Privacy Risks and Data Utility".

Past

Alexandros Koliousis - Awarded a PhD in December 2010 for a dissertation entitled "An elementary proposition on the dynamic routing problem in wireless networks of sensors".

Ross McIlroy - Awarded a PhD in June 2010 for a dissertation entitled "Using Program Behaviour to Exploit Heterogeneous Multi-Core Processors".

Oliver Sharma - Awarded a PhD in June 2009 for a dissertation entitled "Detecting Worm Mutations Using Machine Learning".

Zhan Xiaoying - Awarded a PhD in December 2008 for a dissertation entitled "Application of Overlay Techniques to Network Monitoring".

Declan Hegarty - Awarded an EngD in June 2008 for a dissertation entitled "FPGA-based Architectures for Next Generation Communication Networks".

Jonathan Paisley - Awarded a PhD in December 2006 for a dissertation entitled "Application and Network Traffic Correlation of Grid Applications".

MSc Students

Current

Past

Fergus Leahy - Awarded an MSci in June 2014 for a dissertation entitled "IoT/Smart Home Router Integration".

Alexander Aavang - Awarded an MSc in December 2013 for a dissertation entitled "Component-Based Graphical Design".

Callum Cameron - Awarded an MSci in June 2013 for a dissertation entitled "A Virtual Machine for the Insense Language".

John Morton - Awarded an MSci in June 2012 for a dissertation entitled "Nest - Implicit Parallel Python".

Hassan Syed - Awarded an MSc in June 2012 for a dissertation entitled "An Architecture fo rServer-Dynamic User Tracking Across Web-Farms".

Marcin Orczyk - Awarded an MSci in June 2011 for a dissertation entitled "Islands - a Hybrid Haskell Runtime System".

Paul Harvey - Awarded an MSci in June 2010 for a dissertation entitled "InceOS: The Insense-Specific Operating System".

David Warnock - Awarded an MSci in June 2009 for a dissertation entitled "Dynamic Affinity Scheduling in Heterogenous Multi-Core Processors".

Saima Khan - Awarded an MSc in December 2008 for a dissertation entitled "Assessment of the Application of Genetic Algorithms to Network Planning and Path Computation".

Steven Heeps - Awarded an MSc in June 2008 for a dissertation entitled "Application Collaboration in Ubiquitous Computing Environments".

Simon Connell - Awarded an MSc in December 2007 for a dissertation entitled "Alternative Scheduling Mechanisms for TinyOS".

Ioannis Giagkoudis - Awarded an MSc in December 2006 for a dissertation entitled "Creation of BibTeX Entries from Stored Publication Data".

Arun Ramachandran - Awarded an MSc in December 2006 for a dissertation entitled "Implementation of Compiler Back End for b16 Microprocessor Architecture".

Alexandros Koliousis - Awarded an MSc in December 2005 for a dissertation entitled "A Trustworthy Mobile Agent Infrastructure for Network Management".

Guobin Han - Awarded an MSc in December 2005 for a dissertation entitled "Grid Scheduling Veneer".

Shantnu Tiwari - Awarded an MSc in December 2005 for a dissertation entitled "3D Gaming on the ARM SMP Multiprocessor".

Ross McIlroy - Awarded an MSci in June 2005 for a dissertation entitled "Network Router Resource Virtualization".

Christopher Bayliss - Awarded an MSci in June 2005 for a dissertation entitled "An Optical Network Simulator".

Oluwafemi Ajayi - Awarded an MSc in December 004 for a dissertation entitled "A Simulation Model for FAST TCP".

BSc Honors Projects

Current

Past

Shiny Breslin - March 2014, "Insense Simulator".

Kristian Hentschel - March 2014, "Integrating Insense with OpenCL".

Dmitrijs Kovalenko - March 2014, "Insense code generation tool and porting the Insense language to 32-bit systems".

Craig McLaughlin - March 2014, "Move Analysis: An Interprocedural Data Flow Analysis for Efficient Message Passing".

Fergus Leahy - April 2013, "A lightweight protocol for constrained devices for use in the Internet of Things paradigm".

Michal Pietras - April 2013, "Lightweight Cloudlet Platform for Cyber Foraging by Mobile Devices".

Jonathan Balkind - April 2012, "Flow classification of home network traffic using machine learning techniques".

Callum Cameron - April 2012, "A Wireless Sensor node for Monitoring the Effects of Fluid Flow on Riverbed Sediment".

Neil Henning - April 2009, "Software Transactinal Memory on the Cell Microprocessor".

Paul Harvey - April 2009, "Contiki Meets Xen".

Filip Wieladek - April 2008, "k-resilient Wireless Sensor Networks".

Alasdair Maclean - April 2008, "Xen Meets TinyOS".

Martin Ellis - April 2008, "Security in Environmental Sensor Networks".