Enabling efficient, globally distributed machine learningA group of researchers at U-M is working on the full big data stack for training machine learning models on millions of devices worldwide.
Harsha Madhyastha awarded for innovative, outstanding teaching
Madhyastha has focused on making undergraduate upper level courses reflect the changing needs of industry.
Big data, small footprint
How changing the rules of computing could lighten Big Data’s impact on the internet.
Five papers by CSE researchers presented at NSDIThe teams designed systems for faster and more efficient distributed and large-scale computing.
Award for helping popular websites better direct their internet traffic
Edge Fabric offers providers real-time performance analysis and a way to incorporate this data into routing decisions.
Michigan researchers awarded 2018 Applied Networking Research Prize for their work on speeding up the mobile web
The researchers, including Prof. Harsha Madhyastha and CSE graduate students Vaspol Ruamviboonsuk and Muhammed Uluyol, received prize for their paper, “Vroom: Accelerating the Mobile Web with Server-Aided Dependency Resolution.”
FCC repeals net neutrality: Engineering experts offer comments
A long-standing tenet of the internet was overturned today.
Net neutrality repeal: Michigan Engineers weigh in
On Dec. 14, the FCC will vote on the rules that today ensure internet service providers treat all web content equally.
Accelerating the mobile web
New Vroom software could double its speed.
Harsha Madhyastha selected for Google Faculty Award
Prof. Madhyastha seeks to enable the cloud provider to monitor traffic on behalf of all the web services hosted on its platform.
Harsha Madhyastha selected for Facebook Faculty Award
Prof. Madhyastha’s recent research has focused on enabling latency-sensitive web services to optimize user experience.
Proxy optimizes webpage loading for better user experience
Klotski seeks to improve users’ perceptions of how quickly a page loads by maximizing the amount of important content on the page that is fetched and displayed within the user’s attention span.
Thorny technical questions remain for net neutrality
Not all online traffic is the same; should we treat it the same anyway?