ASIS project: accelerating serial vnics with sidecores.
Student: Shai Ziv
Swap anomaly project.
Student: Kfir Nir-Zvi
TLB design evaluation model project: Creating a reliable evaluation model to estimate the performance of emulated design changes of page table in TLB.
Student: Mohammad Agbarya
Cache optimization project: Optimize CPU cache usage for key-value store workloads.
Students: Inbar Kaslasi (cooperation with Ortal Rabbo from EE)
Automation project: automation of common operations we use in our research: configure and run virtual machines, generate different load, collect and analyse data from devices under test.
Students: two teams Alexander Bogachenko and Sergey Bukhmanas, David Shpilfoygel and Sergei Boreiko.
Proting mTCP project: porting Multi-Threaded Stack (mTCP) for JOS/NOM
Students: Alexander Kopzon and Tal Albo
Anti-anti-VM Project: prevention of malware's detection of being running in virtualization environment.
Student: Aviad Yifrah
SRIOV security project. Attacking RoCE SRIOV device.
Student: Naftaly Avadiaev
|Dear students, |
The grades of your projects will consists of working deliverable, detailed wiki documentation, and availability of source code.
Documentation should include:
- Short project description, initial goals, what was eventually achieved , and what is your project deliverable. Very briefly.
- Project internals---important part. If you implemented algorithm, then explain it, don't make us reverse-engineer your code; if you wrote new library then explain its APIs and implementation.
- How to build your setup/environment. Including code repository location, applied workarounds, configuration caveats, experienced problems.
- How to compile, run and test your deliverable.
- Future work: how would you extend your project? (Few sentences, what would you do with your project if you have another semester)
The goal of documentation is to be able to open your project page in wiki, read it, understand what you have done and run your deliverable from scratch.
Wiki is available for students
|Dear students, we encourage you to document your projects in our wiki server:|
Students that don't have an access to this wiki (CSL Wiki), please contact Igor by email (igors@cs)
Proposed projects for students
|We propose following projects:|
Students are welcome to propose their own projects as well.
New students registration to the project
|In order to register to this course please contact course staff (Dan or Igor) by email.|
Welcome to course 236828 - Project in Computer Systems!