Parallel and Distributed Systems Lab (PDSL) performs research in all aspects of parallel and distributed systems with a particular emphasis on many-core technology, embedded software, cloud computing, operating systems, and parallel algorithms. Application domains of special interest include automotive systems, transportation systems, plasma control systems, and computational science such as traffic and tsunami simulations. PDSL is in collaboration with Embedded and Real-Time Systems Lab (ERTL) at Nagoya University.
Lab members updated.
We presented a research paper at ProSym 2013.
S. Kato. "Implementing Open-Source CUDA Runtime" [Link]
We presented a research paper at REACTION 2012.
M. Hirabayashi, S. Kato, M. Edahiro, and Y. Sugiyama. "Toward GPU-accelerated Traffic Simulation and Its Real-Time Challenge" [Link]
We presented a research paper at RTCSA 2012.
M. Asberg, T. Nolte, S. Kato, and R. Rajkumar. "ExSched: An External CPU Scheduler Framework for Real-Time Systems" [Link]
We presented a research paper at CPSNA 2012.
J. Aumiller, S. Kato, N. Rath, and S. Brandt. "Supporting Low-Latency CPS using GPUs and Direct I/O Schemes" [Link]
Awarded the Best Paper!