The LightKone’s Month 24 meeting will hold in Barcelona, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Computer Architecture Department – Distributed Systems Group, from January 28 to 29, 2019.
Talk on CRDTs: From sequential to concurrent executions. Code Mesh London, Nov. 8, 2018.
The LightKone’s Month 21 meeting will hold in Paris, Sorbonne Université campus Jussieu — LIP6, from November 12th to 14th, 2018.
Dagstuhl Workshop on Data Consistency in Distributed Systems: Algorithms, Programs, and Databases. Dagstuhl Seminar 18091, Wadern, Germany, Feb. 25 – Mar. 2, 2018. Organized by Annette Bieniusa, Alexey Gotsman, Bettina Kemme, and Marc Shapiro.
LightKone first review meeting will take place in the premises of the European Commission, avenue de Beaulieu, 25 1160 Brussels on Friday, 14 September 2018.
The LightKone’s Month 18 meeting was held at GLUK, in Maastricht, from June 12th to 14th, 2018. The purposes of this meeting were to finalize the M18 deliverables and to discuss actions for the second half of the project. There were 30 participants including one invited participant Fred Buining, CEO and Managing Director of HIRO-Microdatacenters. Short discussions […]
The LightKone’s Month 12 meeting was held at NOVA LINCS, in Lisboa, from January 15th to 17th, 2018. More than 40 experts in Edge Computing, CRDTs, Lasp, and Antidote met to overview, discuss, and assess the progress of the LightKone across all WPs.
The LightKone’s Month 9 meeting was held at UPMC—LIP6 and Inria Paris in Paris from September 13th to 15th. More than 30 experts in Edge Computing, CRDTs, Lasp, and Antidote met to discuss the use cases requirements for LightKone.
The LightKone’s Month 6 meeting was held at INESC TEC in Braga from July 12th to 14th. More than 30 experts in Edge Computing, CRDTs, Lasp, and Antidote met to discuss the requirements of edge applications and how to build a cutting edge edge computing runtime.
A full-day WP3 in-person Meeting at INESC TEC in Porto, on June 6th, to discuss reference platform of the edge computing runtime as well as the related theoretical contributions within WP3.