Welcome to the Emerging Technologies Laboratory

  • The Emerging Technologies Laboratory (the ETL), based in the Computer Science Department at Loyola University Chicago, is a collective effort to create, extend, and adapt best-of-class computer technologies. We foster innovation by encouraging experimentation and collaboration. The ideas that emerge are developed with the intent of making a significant contribution to the computing community. Whilst we are based at Loyola University Chicago, we welcome participation from anyone who is interested in experimental computing.
  • Going Social The ETL can be found on Google Groups (luc-cs-etl), Twitter (@LoyolaETL) and LinkedIn. We are evaluating Facebook and Meetup to coordinate our future events beginning in Fall 2011. Please join one of the above to stay abreast of our latest developments.
    Posted Apr 16, 2011, 1:06 PM by George K. Thiruvathukal
  • Welcome to the our new web site! After years of working with self-hosted content management systems, we have decided once and for all to take the plunge (again) with Google Sites. We have been using Google Apps for Education in our laboratory for some time, so this seemed like a natural decision for us, where we already have a number of private Google Sites for various projects. If you are interested in joining the ETL, please feel free to contact George K. Thiruvathukal. Stay tuned for announcements about upcoming talks and a resumption of our meeting schedule after a long hiatus. We dedicate our new site to the cool computing artifacts of Charles Babbage!
    Posted Apr 16, 2011, 12:55 PM by George K. Thiruvathukal
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Recent Talks and Lectures

WhoWhereWhen
George K. Thiruvathukal WS-REST 2011 Home March 28, 2011 
Joe Kaylor EIT 2010 Home May 20, 2010 
Matt Bone EIT 2008 Home May 18, 2008 
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Recent Publications, Articles, and Reports

DateTitleDOI/Citation
March 28, 2011 RestFS: Resources and Services are Filesystems, Too ACM Digitial Library 
March 26, 2011 A Model-Driven Approach to Job/Task Composition in Cluster Computing  Computer Society DL 
May 20, 2010 Online Layered File System (OLFS): A layered and versioned filesystem and performance analysis  IEEE Xplore 
May 18, 2008 Taming XML: Objects first, then markup  IEEE Xplore 
May 1, 2006 Scalable Approaches for Supporting MPI-IO Atomicity  Computer Society DL 
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