MTAT.08.024 Hajussüsteemide seminar / Distributed Systems Seminar
Time - TUE 16:15
- * Zoom (log into courses to see link) (or Delta 1025, if situation permits)
Seminar supervisors: Prof. Eero Vainikko, Dr Amnir Hadachi, Artjom Lind, Mohammad Anagreh, Dr Naveed Muhammad
The seminar topics cover a broad set of themes on distributed systems (like High-Performance Computing, [Automatic] Parallelization, GPGPU, Peer-to-Peer systems, Scientific (Grid and Cloud) Computing, parallel algorithms, parallel programming languages, geographic information systems and intelligent transportation systems, autonomous driving. In general, everything connected with distributed systems.
Topic Areas (Concerned supervisors):
- Parallel Scientific Applications and Concurrent Computing (Eero Vainikko)
- Network Applications and Protocols (Artjom Lind)
- Applied Computer Vision (Artjom Lind)
- Parallel Machine learning algorithms (Artjom Lind, Amnir Hadachi)
- Geographic information systems (GIS) and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) (Amnir Hadachi)
- GPGPU (Mohammad Anagreh)
- Autonomous driving (Naveed Muhammad)
Students can develop a theme of their own related to Distribute Systems or choose a topic from the List of possible topics.
Organization and requirements
|16.02.2021||First Meeting, topics introduction|
|23.02.2021||Topic choice, consultation on how to proceed (No meeting)|
|2.03.2021||Finalize topic choice, consultation on how to proceed|
|9.03.2021||Individual work under supervision (No meeting)|
|16.03.2021||Meeting for Research Plan and initial Literature Review presentations|
|23.03.2021||Individual work under supervision (No meeting)|
|30.03.2021||Individual work under supervision (No meeting)|
|6.04.2021||No meeting, Do the tests and experiments, Start writing the final report, provide the supervisors with access to the code as well as to the report draft|
|13.04.2021||Meeting: Intermediate presentations / Technical Demo, First draft of the final report|
|20.04.2021||(No meeting, writing the report)|
|27.04.2021||(No meeting, writing the report)|
|4.05.2021||Last day to share the reports between the reviewers|
|11.05.2021||Last day to the reviewers to give their feedback|
- Written results report LaTeX IEEE technical report format from CTAN or the IEEE website.
- Research plan (has to be provided in one week after topic selection, how to submit the report is declared by supervisor)
- Weekly report to supervisor (how to submit the report is declared by supervisor)
- Research results: The code in our Git repository
- Research results: The collected related work publication list on our web page
- Research results: The technical report LaTeX sources in our Git
- Intermediate presentations / Technical Demo (in the middle of the term)
- Peer-review of the report drafts between the seminar members
- Final peer-review
- Final presentation / technical demo
See the examples of previous reports on pages at https://courses.cs.ut.ee/2020/dssem/spring
- Bruno Rucy Carneiro Alves de Lima, Modern Datalog Engine Flavors.
- Shan Wu, Investigating Multi-Object Tracking with Transformer.
- Junming Ke, Efficient Updates in LDPC Coded Distributed Storage Systems.
- Kert Tali, Block Conjugate Gradient Solver in OpenCL