ULySSes, Delivering Ultra-large Scale Services, is a research project in which we investigate the challenges surrounding the delivery of Ultra-large-scale (ULS) services, leading to the creation of novel protocols, algorithms and techniques that Ontario's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector can use to cope with these challenges in a cost-effective manner.
The project is headed by Dr. Patrick Martin, School of Computing at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario Canada and involves 11 researchers from Queen's University, the University of Waterloo and Western University.
This project is funded through the Ministry of Research & Innovation and the Ministry of Economic Development, Trade & Employment as well as through generous support from our various industrial partners.
November 3, 2015: CASCON Workshop
August 11, 2015: Research Meeting
August 2015: Newsletter
January 23, 2015: Advisory Board Meeting
November 2014: CASCON 2014 Workshop
August 13, 2014: Research Meeting
August 2014: Newsletter
January 2014: Newsletter
January 2014: Advisory Board Meeting
June 2013: Research Meeting - Western
May 2013: Newsletter
Jan 2013: Newsletter
Nov 2012: CASCON 2012 Workshop
July 2012: Research Meeting - Queen's