Dr Rami Bahsoon

Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering

The School of Computer Science

The University of Birmingham

 

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grasshopperGrasshopper: Green Software Engineering Interest Group

 

Birmingham Green Software Engineering Grasshoppers are interested in making software engineering research green. We are particularly interested in green-aware ultra-large scale software architectures (e.g Cloud) and their automated energy management. Our investigations cover green cloud architectures, green architectural styles, green-aware middleware, and relating green-aware requirements to software architectures. Our Green Software Engineering Grasshoppers are also interested in requirements analysis for complex global change problems, architectural patterns and styles for successful emissions reduction strategies, and tools for monitoring, controlling, simulating, and visualising green properties and the application of Search-Based Software Engineering to green computing.

 

Green Software Engineering Grasshopper Ongoing Projects:

grasshopperGreen Cloud: A Framework for Self-Optimisation of Quality of Service (QoS) and Power in Cloud Architectures. Bridging the Gap Fellowship (EPSRC/UB).

grasshopperGreen-Aware Software Architectures (Ramsay Research Funds).

grasshopperGreen Cloud Simulator(EPSRC Vacation Bursary)

 

grasshopperGreen Software Engineering Grasshoppers Involved:

Rami Bahsoon

Nick Blundell

Govin Rangaraj

Daniel Botterill(EPSRC Vacation Bursary)

 

grasshopperAlumni

Yang Hao(MSc 2008. Real Options Application to Power Management in Software Architectures)

 

grasshopperGrasshopper Collaborators:

Coming soon

 

International Events our Software Engineering Grasshoppers Involved In:

*       Second International Workshop on Software Research and Climate Change (WSRCC), the 32nd International Conference on Software Engineering, Cape Town, South Africa.

*       PC. SERVICES, ENERGY and ECOSYSTEM with The Eighth International Conference on Service Oriented Computing,December 7-10, 2010, San Francisco, California

*       PC. The 22nd Dexa: The International Conference on ICT as Key Technology for the Fight against Global Warming Toulouse, France August 29-Sept 2, 2011.

 

Grasshopper Publications:

  • R. Bahsoon(2010). Green Cloud: Towards A Framework for Self-Optimising Dependability Requirements and Power in Cloud Architectures. In the Second International Workshop on Software Research and Climate Change (WSRCC), in affiliation with the 32nd International Conference on Software Engineering, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • G. Rangaraj, R. Bahsoon(2010). Green Software Architectures: A Market-Based Approach. In the Second International Workshop on Software Research and Climate Change (WSRCC), in affiliation with the 32nd International Conference on Software Engineering, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • G. Rangaraj, R. Bahsoon(2010). Market-based Approach for Managing Power in Software Architectures. Technical Report CSR-10-01. School of Computer Science, The University of Birmingham, UK.
  • G. Rangaraj, R. Bahsoon(2009/10). Green-Aware Computing: From Distributed Systems to the Cloud in a Survey. Technical Report. School of Computer Science, The University of Birmingham, UK.

 

Become a Software Engineer Grasshopper Researcher:

grasshopperFor PhD, MSc, BSc Projects suggestions in Green Software Engineering contact Dr Rami Bahsoon(r.bahsoon at cs.bham.ac.uk) so we can discuss!

 

 

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