The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the largest university in Greece, with a significant focus on research. It constitutes a comprehensive institution with Faculties and Schools serving a vast array of scientific fields, ranging from natural and technological sciences to social and health sciences, arts and humanities.
All Faculties / Schools of the university offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes (taught / research degrees of all levels).
Research Group Background
The research interests of the Parallel and Distributed Systems Group (PDSG) include:
Computer Systems Modelling, Simulation and Performance Evaluation, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Resource Allocation, Scheduling, Cluster Computing, Grid Computing, Cloud Computing, High performance computing, Energy-efficient scheduling in large scale distributed systems, Real-time distributed systems, Fault tolerant distributed systems, Sustainable large scale distributed systems.
Major Interest in Action Scientific Topics
Sustainability in large scale distributed systems such as grids and clouds, Energy-efficient scheduling in large scale distributed systems, Schedulability in real-time distributed systems, Fault tolerance, Optimal resource allocation, Multicriteria scheduling (i.e. performance versus cost, energy efficiency, etc).