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 The institute of parallel and distributed systems (IPADS) conducts research in all aspects of computer systems, with a primary focus on operating systems, system virtualization,​ runtime for multicore, in-memory systems, isolated execution environments and distributed systems. Our research also involves other disciplines such as computer architecture,​ languages and compilers. The research themes of IPADS are improving the performance scalability,​ productivity,​ availability,​ and reliability of centralized and distributed computer systems. The institute of parallel and distributed systems (IPADS) conducts research in all aspects of computer systems, with a primary focus on operating systems, system virtualization,​ runtime for multicore, in-memory systems, isolated execution environments and distributed systems. Our research also involves other disciplines such as computer architecture,​ languages and compilers. The research themes of IPADS are improving the performance scalability,​ productivity,​ availability,​ and reliability of centralized and distributed computer systems.
  
-We have built a number of systems to address the scalability and dependability issues of computer systems. Examples include a trusted cloud platform that addresses the trustworthiness of multi-tenant cloud (CloudVisor),​ a reader-writer lock that provides scalable read-side performance and small writer latency ([[pub:​projects:​Prwlock]]),​ a portable parallel full-system emulator for several hundreds of cores ([[pub:​projects:​COREMU]]), ​ fast graph query and processing frameworks ([[projects:​Wukong]] and [[http://​ipads.se.sjtu.edu.cn/​projects/​powerlyra.html|PowerLyra]]),​ an in-memory transaction processing framework supported by hardware features such as HTM, RDMA and NVM ([[pub:​projects:​DrTM]]),​ and a dependable and hardened hypervisor with small TCB (Nexen).+We have built a number of systems to address the scalability and dependability issues of computer systems. Examples include a trusted cloud platform that addresses the trustworthiness of multi-tenant cloud (CloudVisor),​ a reader-writer lock that provides scalable read-side performance and small writer latency ([[pub:​projects:​Prwlock]]),​ a portable parallel full-system emulator for several hundreds of cores ([[pub:​projects:​COREMU]]), ​ fast graph query and processing frameworks ([[pub:projects:wukong]] and [[http://​ipads.se.sjtu.edu.cn/​projects/​powerlyra.html|PowerLyra]]),​ an in-memory transaction processing framework supported by hardware features such as HTM, RDMA and NVM ([[pub:​projects:​DrTM]]),​ and a dependable and hardened hypervisor with small TCB (Nexen).
  
 Our current research focus is in providing system support for large-scale computing systems, scaling existing software stack to future computing platforms with ultra-low latency, high-bandwidth networking and non-volatile memory, and providing hardware and software solutions to dependable computing environments in both mobile and cloud platforms. Our current research focus is in providing system support for large-scale computing systems, scaling existing software stack to future computing platforms with ultra-low latency, high-bandwidth networking and non-volatile memory, and providing hardware and software solutions to dependable computing environments in both mobile and cloud platforms.
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