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Niels Chr. Juul (Ed.)
- biometrics and
- Dissimination, Innovation and new Technology
- Network, security and collaboration:
- Mobile Computing,
Current Research Projects
- SourceIT, a project investigating innovation and globalisation
in companies doing outsourcing.
Currently working on sourcing contracs.
a project startet under Center for Electronic
Commerce at Department of Informatics
- Mobile Computing,
a project using WAP-technology. Investigating XML and BlueTooth also.
Together with Niels Jørgensen.
Past (but still alive) Research
A distributed object-oriented language and run-time system. I've especially
been involved in the run-time system supporting distributed mobile objects
and the distributed garbage collection.
A distributed shared memory (DSM) system with a Unix System V Interface
providing sequential consistency by using a write-invalidate protocol.
Work on fault-tolerant DSM called Reliable Mirage+ is ongoing. A framework
for classification of fault-tolerance and consistency in DSM systems
has been developed.
Mirage is being developed together with the systems research group at
University of California, Riverside.
- Internet, Intranet,
Transactions, Replica, Consistency, Databases and Programming Languages
- a project with Lars Frank and Niels Jørgensen within the research
group nicknamed: Distributed Systems Group a part of the IT Systems
Development group within the Department
- Utilities on
the Internet , a project using Internet-technology. Investigating
mobility, embedded systems, networks, and security issues. Reserach
together with DistLab at DIKU. The project also includes DELTA and three
Danish companies, supported by goverment funds.
are centered around experimental system science with keywords like:
- networks, Internet,
and global interactive communications,
- mobile computing,
- electronic commerce,
esp. transactions and security,
and replication in distributed systems,
operating systems and object-oriented programming,
- memory management
and garbage collection, and
shared memory (DSM)