Date News
  more to come
2019/11/14 A PhD position is open! Application deadline: 15 December 2019. More details are here.
2019/11/05 Long Hoang Le, a PhD student of prof. Pedone visited our group (November 4-6). He gave a seminar talk Scaling State Machine Replication in the Institute of Computing Science, which summarized his work on DynaStar.
2019/08/01 Maciej presented our paper Brief Annoucement: On mixing eventual and strong consistency: Bayou revisite at the 38th ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC 2019), July 29–August 2, 2019, Toronto, Canada.
2019/07/15 A PhD position is open. Application deadline: 23 August 2019. More details are here.
2019/05/22 Our submission Recovery Algorithms for Paxos-based State Machine Replication has been accepted as a Regular Paper in an upcoming issue of the IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing journal (IEEE TDSC).
2019/05/16 Jan and Paweł visited the University of Lugano (May 16-21). We gave two talks in prof. Pedone’s group: Pessimistic Transactional Memory + Introduction to the Persistent Datastore Projekt and Introduction to Non-Volatile RAM + Recovery in State Machine Replication based on Paxos [photo].
2019/05/06 Our full paper submission On mixing eventual and strong consistency: Bayou revisited has been accepted as a Brief Announcement at the 38th ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC 2019).
2019/02/29 Maciej presented a talk in our Institute of Computing Science, titled On the correctness criteria for crash-prone highly-available distributed systems.
2018/12/01 The Project has been launched.
2018/11/29 The recruitment procedure finished.
2018/08/17 Postdoc and PhD positions are open. Application deadline: 17 September 2018. More details are here.
2018/08/07 The project web site was created.
2018/07/11 We are pleased to announce that the Persistent Datastore project by Paweł T. Wojciechowski, titled: Scalable in-memory data store systems based on mixed-consistency data types and replication algorithms for efficient and anomaly-free data management in the emerging NVM-based computer architectures, has received funding for three years from Foundation for Polish Science within the TEAM grant programme (no 5/2017). In a three-stage competition, 13 winning projects were selected from among 60 applications.