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IPSI Overview 2011: Research + Teaching. An Overview of IPSI Belgrade Projects for High-Tech Computer Industry in the USA and EU. IPSI Belgrade. IPSI Belgrade - Jointly founded by German/USA/Serbian capital

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ipsi overview 2011 research teaching

IPSI Overview 2011: Research + Teaching

An Overview of IPSI Belgrade Projects

for High-Tech Computer Industry

in the USA and EU

ipsi belgrade
IPSI Belgrade
  • IPSI Belgrade - Jointly founded by German/USA/Serbian capital
  • Some of the the major past and present partners: - University of Ulm, Germany - Fraunhofer IPSI, Darmstadt, Germany - University of Birmingham, UK - Maxeler, FinSoft, GTech, IFACT, UK - NYU, School of Continuous Professional Studies, USA - HP, MS, DowJones, WallStreetJournal, USA
employees and associates
Employees and Associates
  • CEOProf. Dr. VeljkoMilutinovic, Fellow of the IEEE
  • Senior ConsultantsProf. Dr. Erich Neuhold, Fellow of the IEEE Prof. Dr. HiroFujii, Fellow of the IEEE Dr. HovardMoskowitz, Fellow of SigmaXi
  • Chief OfficersZoranBabovic, GoranRakocevic, AleksandarPrijic, NenadKorolija, etc.
the ipsi belgrade coverage
The IPSI Belgrade Coverage
  • Workspaces of the Future- Environments for Cooperative Working and Learning- Virtual Information and Knowledge Environments- Mobile Interactive Media- Open Adaptive Information Management Systems- Publication Engineering and Technology- Networks and WWW- Infrastructure for E-Business on the Internet- Hardware Design and Operating Systems- Novel Computer Architectures
general project structure
General Project Structure
  • Industrial Research:
  • Phase #1: Survey, and Generation of Embryonic Ideas
  • Phase #2: Analytic Analysis and Comparison (1+K)
  • Phase #3: Simulation Analysis and Comparison
  • Phase #4: Implementation Analysis and Comparison
general project structure1
General Project Structure
  • Industrial Development:
  • Phase #1: Product Requirements and Testing
  • Phase #2: Intra Module Coding and Testing
  • Phase #3: Inter Module Integration and Testing
  • Phase #4: Exhaustive Verification and Testing
some recent educ projects
Some Recent Educ Projects
  • Frankfurt/M, Frankfurt/O, Magdeburg, Berlin, Hagen, Koblenz, Kaiserslautern, Erlangen, TUM, IPSI FhG, Karlsruhe, Ulm, ...
  • NYU, Purdue, Dartmouth, Hawaii, …
  • Modena, Ferrara, Siena, Pisa, Salerno, Napoli, …
  • Tech De Monterrey, Tech De Durango, UNAM, La Salle, …
  • St. Mary’s, Dalhousie, …
  • RIT, Skoevde, Karlskrona, Karlstadt, …
  • Valencia, Madrid, Oviedo, Ciudad Real, …
some recent r d projects
Some RecentR&D Projects
  • NCR, Encore/Compaq/HP, SUN, Intel, …
  • Comshare, Zycad, QSI, Virtual, …
  • TechnologyConnect, BioPop, eT, MainStreetNetworks, …
  • DowJones, WallStreetJournal, …
  • Maxeler, FinSoft, …
  • Ericsson, STC, …
  • Ulm, Darmstadt, …
  • Salerno, Pisa, Siena, L’Aquila, ...
r d methodology
R&D Methodology
  • Introduction
  • Problem Statement
  • Criticism of Existing Solutions
  • Proposed Solution
  • Conditions and Assumptions
  • Details (1+k)
  • Mathematical Analysis
  • Simulation Analysis
  • Implementation Analysis
  • Conclusion
ncr nextgen pc for e business
NCR: NextGen PC for E-Business
  • Cache coherence maintenance: Hardware approach
  • Cache coherence maintenance: Software approach
  • Accelerator chip for windowing
  • Accelerator board for dbase applications
  • Prefetching on the "silence" for disk cacheing
  • Accelerator chip for text compression
  • Accelerator chip for JPEG/MPEG
encore compaq hp
ENCORE/COMPAQ/HP
  • Improved RMS for PC, and its prototype
  • The RM/MC for PC approach, and its analysis
  • Simulation of selected DSM approaches, and their comparison (RMS, KSR, and SCI)
  • Search for the optimal RMS inteconnect technology
cutting the edge
Cutting the Edge
  • TopDown Technologies
    • i860
    • Selected current microprocessor models
  • QSI
    • An ATM router chip with intelligence
    • In-memory processing with intelligence
slide19
N.B.

ERRORS

MADE

&

LESSONS

LEARNED

the split temporal spatial cache
The Split Temporal/Spatial Cache
  • Veljko Milutinović, Boris Marković*, Milo Tomašević, Aleksandar Milenković, and MarkTremblay**
          • IFACT
  • Department of Computer EngineeringSchool of Electrical EngineeringUniversity of BelgradePOB 35-5411120 Beograde, Serbia

___________________________________________________________________________

* Boris Marković is with the University of Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro

** Mark Tremblay is with the SUN Microsystems, Palo Alto, California, USA

slide24

MM

RUN.time

  • C2.temp
  • COMPILE.time

C1.spat

  • C1.temp

PFB

SPLIT TEMPORAL/SPATIAL CACHE

the injection cache
The Injection Cache

Veljko Milutinović, Aleksandar Milenković, Davor Magdić, and Gad Sheaffer*

IFACTDepartment of Computer Engineering School of Electrical Engineering University of Belgrade POB 35-5411120 Beograde, Serbia

________________________________________________________________________

* Gad Sheaffer is with the Intel Corporation, Beverton, Oregon, USA

slide26

PRODUCER

IN

CONSUMER

EARLY

LATE

C2

t

t

C1

c

P

CACHE INJECTION

vlsi detection for internet telephony interfaces
VLSI Detection for Internet/Telephony Interfaces

Goran Davidović, Miljan Vuletić, Veljko Milutinović,

Tom Chen, and Tom Brunett

* eT

slide29

USERS...

. . .

Superposition/DETECTION

Superposition/DETECTION

SPECIALIZED

INTERNET

REMOTE

SITE

SERVICE

PROVIDER

HOME/OFFICE/FACTORY AUTOMATION ON THE INTERNET

reconfigurable fpga for ebi
Reconfigurable FPGA for EBI

Božidar Radunović, Predrag Knežević, Veljko Milutinović,

Steve Casselman, and John Schewel*

* Virtual

slide31

USERS

. . .

SPECIALIZED

INTERNET

SERVICE

PROVIDER

VCC

VCC

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION vs CUSTOMER PROFILE

browser acceleration
Browser Acceleration

Gvozden Marinković, Dragan Jandrić, Vladimir Ivanović,

Veljko Milutinović, and Tom Chen

*MainStreetNetworks

biopop
BioPoP

Veljko Milutinovic, Vladimir Jovicic, Milan Simic,

Bratislav Milic, Milan Savic, Veljko Jovanovic,

Stevo Ilic, Djordje Veljkovic, Stojan Omorac,

Nebojsa Uskokovic, and Fred Darnell

  • isItWorking.com
testing the infrastructure for ebi
Testing the Infrastructure for EBI
  • Phones
  • Faxes
  • Email
  • Web links
  • Servers
  • Routers
  • Software
  • Statistics
  • Correlation
  • Innovation
cnuce integration and datamining on ad hoc networks and the internet
CNUCEIntegration and Dataminingon Ad-Hoc Networks and the Internet

Veljko Milutinović, Luca Simoncini,

and Enrico Gregory

*University of Pisa, Santanna, CNUCE

slide37

GSM

Internet

DM

Ad-Hoc

Ad-Hoc

genetic search with spatial temporal mutations
Genetic Search with Spatial/Temporal Mutations

Jelena Mirković, Dragana Cvetković,

and Veljko Milutinović

*Comshare

slide40

Drawbacks of INDEX-BASED: Time to index + rankingAdvantages of LINKS-BASED: Mission critical applications + customer tuned ranking

Well organized markets: Best first search

If elements of disorder: G w DB mutations

Chaotic markets:G w S/T mutations

Provider

university of ulm reverse engineering of geforce2 4
University of UlmReverse Engineering of GeForce2-4

Sasa Jandric, Zaharije Radivojevic, Milos Cvetanovic, and Veljko Milutinovic

010101000001101101
010101000001101101
  • Developing system control programs (drivers) for GeForce 2-4, for the Plurix operating system
  • Main advantage of the GeForce chip (called graphical processor) is the use of 3D accelerating functions
  • Reversed engineering is used as a technology for finding previous information on the GeForce chip
summary
Summary

The world’s best journals - IEEE:

Balkan record in ICT (50)

Books with Nobel Laureates (7):

Kenneth Wilson, Ohio (North-Holland)

Leon Cooper, Brown (Prentice-Hall)

Robert Richardson, Cornell (Kluwer-Academics)

Jerome Friedman, MIT (IOS Press)

Herb Simon (Kluwer-Academics)

Harold Kroto (Academic Mind Press)

Arno Penzias (Academic Mind Press)

the on going projects
The On-Going Projects
  • StorageTek, Colorado, USA
  • Panthesis (exBoeing), Oregon, USA
  • Wall Street Journal, New York, USA
  • HP, Palo Alto, USA
  • Fraunhofer, Darmstadt, Germany
  • Finsoft, London, England
  • Maxeler, London, England
  • STC, Uppsala, Sweden
dsfs digital sealed file system

Publishing

Tool

Signer

Stamp

Tool

Server

Verification Body

DSFS - Digital Sealed File System
  • Goal: System for Data Modification Detection
  • StampTool = Smart Card
    • Input: Hash
    • Output: Stamp + Public Key
  • Verification Body
    • Calculation of Hash Value
    • Comparison with Encrypted Stamp
  • PublishingTool
    • Public Key Distribution
    • Several Possible Solutions Depending on a Purpose

StorageTek/A

panthesis a
Panthesis/A
  • E-Learning with SWAN
slide47
FP7
  • ProSense
  • Balcon
  • ARTreat
  • WeGo
the pro life management course

The Pro Life Management Course

Prof. Dr. Veljko Milutinović, Fellow of the IEEE

How to Maximize the $1M Probability

the pro life management course is divided in 10 parts
The Pro Life Management Course is Divided in 10 Parts

Till 40:

  • For those students who like to do their PhD in the USA or Canada
  • For those students who like to continue professional work in EU or WBTill 60:
  • For those students who plan to do MBA,so they can become managers in companies of others, or their ownTill 80:
  • For those students who plan to do PhD, so they can teach at public or private universitiesTill 100:
  • For those students who have to make business plans for investors
  • For those students who have to make investment-related decisionsAlso:
  • For all students, no matter which way they like to continue: efficiency
  • For all students, no matter which way they like to continue: effectiveness
  • For all students, no matter which way they like to continue: inventiveness
  • For all students, no matter which way they like to continue: creativity
pro life management 1st
Pro Life Management 1st

The first part is for those students who like to do their PhD

in the USA or Canada

(the stress is on how to maximize the score on GRE or GMAT).

This is a good option after your 20th birthday,

i.e., after you complete your undergraduate work.

form of the exam
Form of the Exam
  • Verbal reasoning (input),important for teaching schools
  • Quantitative reasoning (CPU);tough to compete with Chinese and Indians
  • Analytical writing (output),important for research schools
pro life management 2nd
Pro Life Management 2nd

The second part is for those students

who like to continue professional work in EU or WB

(the stress is on how to apply for EU FP projects).

This is a good option after your 20th birthday,

i.e., after you complete your undergraduate work.

slide55

FP/FP7/CALLn/ClosingDate/E1M->E4M(STREP)/E40M(IP)

CH (challenges)

15=ST(5)+MF(5)+ED(5)

13.5

10

1:1

PP (proposal) ST

OBJ1-OBJY [SC (success criteria)1-N]

OBJ (objectives)

1:1

1:1

WP (work packages)

WP0-WPY [MS (milestones)1-N]

1:M

If x>=10 and each{ST,MF,ED}>=3

Then: E5K, if leader

E3K, if WP leader

E1K, if partner

Tasks

1:K

Deliverables

example st
Example ST

Objectives:

  • Development of Use Cases [e.g., TMG, SLO]
  • Development of System Architecture [e.g., ETF, SRB]
  • HW Details [e.g., PADOVA, ITA]
  • SW Details [e.g., BSC, ESP]
  • AI Details [e.g., INRIA, FRA]
  • PoC Implementation [e.g., XYZ, AUS]
  • Testing #1 [e.g., IGALO, MNE]
  • Testing #2 [e.g., KOPER, SLO]
  • Dissemination: Conferences + Media + Investors [MediaPro, ESP]
  • QoQ [e.g., Philips, NED]

WP: Almost each partner in almost each WP!

pro life management 3rd
Pro Life Management 3rd

The third part is for those students who plan to do MBA,

so they can become managers in companies of others or their own

(the stress is on MBA in the nutshell).

This is a good option after the 40th birthday,

unless you like the young professionals to run over you.

mba what is it
MBA – What is it?
  • Experiences from Sloan, MIT, USA
  • Work and management experience required (at least 4/2 years)
  • MBA fee + logistics = FYS
  • Significant investment into scholarship, but great return on investment
pro life management 4th
Pro Life Management 4th

The forth part is for those students who plan to do PhD,

so they can teach at public or private universities

(the stress is on publishing in SCI journals).

This might be a good option after the 60th birthday,

unless you start with academia right away.

important issues
Important Issues:
  • Shanghai Top 500 (6), or how many SCI papers for PhD?
  • Conditio sine qua non: Two stories
  • Best Method, .doc (over 1M)
  • Good Method, .ppt (over 1B)
  • Three types of SCI papers:Survey, Comparison, and Research
  • Response to reviewers must have a structure
pro life management 5th
Pro Life Management 5th

The fifth part is for those students

who have to make business plans for investors

(the main question is

how to present the basic idea in a clear way).

This is a good option after the 80th birthday.

pro life management 6th
Pro Life Management 6th

The sixth part is for those students

who have to make investment-related decisions

(the main question is how to know

which one of the options is the best one for investing into it).

This is a good option after the 80th birthday.

pro life management 7th
Pro Life Management 7th

The seventh part is for all students,

no matter which way they like to continue

(the stress is on how to become effective:

to organize time).

This part is based on the book by Drucker.

pro life management 8th
Pro Life Management 8th

The eight part is for all students,

no matter which way they like to continue

(the stress is on how to become efficient:

to sell ideas, products, services, etc.).

This part is based on the famous book by Lloyd.

pro life management 9th
Pro Life Management 9th

The ninth part is for all students,

no matter which way they like to continue

(the stress is on inventiveness).

This part is based on a VIPSI conference talk,

by Nobel Laureate Jerome Friedman of MIT.

qs nl
Qs (NL)
  • 1. What is the essence of the contribution for which you received the Nobel Prize?
  • 2. What are the impacts of this contribution?
  • 3. What are the applications of your contribution that may change the everyday life?
  • 4. We learned a lot from your lectures in Belgrade. Can you tell us, what are the issues that we have to teach our kids, so they become inventive when they finish studies?
  • 5. What are the major things to keep in mind, when you form a team for a scientific experiment, or similar
  • 6. What are the people to avoid, when trying to generate a break-through achievement?
  • 7. When targeting a major breakthrough, how sensitive one has to be about the direct interests of tax-payers?
  • 8. What is the major driving force that motivates a Nobel Laureate to continue to create and generate results after he-she receives the Nobel Prize?
  • 9. For small nations like Serbian, what is your advice, which road to take, when it comes to science?
  • 10. What road to take, when it comes to its general future development plans?
pro life management 10th
Pro Life Management 10th

The tenth part is for all students,

no matter which way they like to continue

(the stress is on creativity).

This part is based on a VIPSI conference talk,

by Nobel Laureate Martin Perl of Stanford.

topics
Topics
  • Creativity in Science and Engineering
  • How to Get a Good Idea
  • Colleagues
  • The Art of Obsession
  • The Technology You Use
  • Future Technology
literature
Literature
  • GRE (2 weeks)
  • FP7 (2 weeks)
  • MBA in the Nutshell (1 week)
  • PhD in the Nutshell (1 week)
  • Harvard Business Plan Template (1 week)
  • Harvard Decision Making Methodology (1 week)
  • Drucker (2 weeks)
  • LLOYD (2 weeks)
  • Nobel Laureates About Inventiveness: Friedman, Arrow, Glashow, Maskin (1 week)
  • Nobel Laureate Perl About Creativity (1 week)
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