MAX is involved in a number of research activities through federally-funded research projects. These research initiatives revolve around software defined networking, network virtualization, and the integration of network services, compute, storage, instruments, and application workflows. A key objective for these research projects is to further the development and deployment of cutting edge cyberinfrastructure and services in order to provide value added benefits for domain scientist and MAX participants. Additional information on current MAX research projects are linked below.
MAX’s Current Research Projects
- Resource Aware Intelligent Network Services (RAINS)
- High Performance Computing with Data and Networking Acceleration (HPCDNA)
- MAX Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) Related Development: GENI Aggregate Manager and Stitching Computation Service (SCS)
- Network Survivability via Failure Identification and Rapid Network Restructure (NetSurvive)
- SDN for End-to-End Networked Science at the Exascale (SENSE)