Cloud Computing Cluster Controls Laboratory
The Cloud Computing Cluster (CCC) develops and implements open-source technologies to support reliable scalable distributed computing in non-relational data environments for science and business.
Bioinformatics Unit (BIU)
BIU develops comprehensive biomedical instruments and computation tools to assist biomedical researchers to conduct, analyze and interpret experiments on a dramatically accelerated pace. BIU utilizes cloud computing and Apache Map-Reduce frameworks to process unlimited amounts of scattered data via parallel computing on large clusters of computations nodes. Projects include:
- Hadoop Cloud
- Algorithms for Cloud
- Human Genome Book
Advanced Molecular Biotechnology Unit (MBU)
Research activities at MBU include the study of DNA-protein interactions:
- Computational Cytotoxicity
- Zinc Finger Recognition Code
- Computational Cytotoxicity for Sickle Cell Anemia
- Target Finger Modification (TFM)
Antimicrobial Laboratory (AML)
AML is dedicated to identify, develop and disseminate highly efficient and safe antimicrobial and antiseptic substances and materials for widespread use in affordable products to prevent and inhibit microbial contamination in food, water, healthcare and every day products. AML’s vision is to build a broad range of products and solutions to raise the hygienic standard of the world population and to serve a variety of industries, including medical device makers, healthcare providers, consumer products and building materials manufacturers.
Business Intelligence Institute (BII)
At BII, we analyze business processes and develop technology based solutions utilizing cloud computing.
- Bajwa, H., C. Bach, E. Kongar, Y.-L. Chu (2009) “Tower Computing: Utilization of Cloud Computing in science-based Knet environments”, IBM University Days, The Third International Conference on the Virtual Computing Initiative (ICVCI3), October 22-23, The IBM Employee and Activity Center (EAFC), Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
- Bach, C., J. Zhang, and S. Belardo (2009) “Extending the intellectual bandwidth model: a case study from the bioscience industry”, Management Research News, Vol. 32, Issue 12, pp. 1097-1110.
- Bach, C., J. Sarkis, and J. Zhang (2009) “Toward the Use of Internal Marketing in Networks”, International Journal of Business Excellence (IJBEX), Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 30-49.
- Zhang, J., Bach, C., Seol, I. (2008), (Information privacy: Comparing the legal and policy frameworks of the United States and Germany), E-government, No. 5, 2008, Chinese Academy of Sciences, E-Government Press.
- Bach, C., S. Belardo, and S. Faerman (2004) “Employing the Intellectual Bandwidth Model for Measuring Value Creation in Collaborative Environments.” Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, CA, January 5-8.
- Bach, C., and S. Belardo (2003) “Scientific and Philosophical Aspects of Information and the Relationships among Data, Information, and Knowledge.” Proceedings of the Ninth Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 4-6, Tampa, FL.
- Thiesen, H.-J., and C. Bach (1993) “DNA Recognition of C2H2 Zinc-Finger Proteins.” Annals New York Academy of Sciences 684:246-249.
- Thiesen, H.-J., and C. Bach (1991) “Transition Metals modulate DNA-Protein Interactions of SP1 Zinc Finger Domains with its cognate Target Site.” BBRC 176 (2): 551-557.
- Thiesen, H.-J., and C. Bach (1991) “Determination of DNA Binding Specificities of Mutated Zinc Finger Domains.” FEBS LETTERS 283 (1): 23-26.
- Thiesen, H.-J., and C. Bach (1990) “ Target Detection Assay (TDA): A versatile procedure to determine DNA binding sites as demonstrated on SP1 protein.” Nucleic Acid Research 18 (11): 3203-3209.
- Hassan Bajwa, Akshat C. Patel, Miral P. Vaghela, and Mohamed Hassan Seddik, “Conformable Patch Antenna Design for Remote Health monitoring” Accepted in 2010 IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference, Long Island, NY, USA.
- H. Bajwa, I. Macwan, V.Veerapandian and X. Chen, “VHDL Implementation of High-Performance and Dynamically Configured Multi-Port Cache Memory.” To be presented at the 7th International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations (ITNG 2010), Las Vegas, NV, USA
- Bajwa, H., C. Bach, E. Kongar, Y.-L. Chu (2009) “Tower Computing: Utilization of Cloud Computing in science-based Knet environments”, IBM University Days, The Third International Conference on the Virtual Computing Initiative (ICVCI3), October 22-23, The IBM Employee and Activity Center (EAFC), Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
- Patel, A.C; Vaghela, M.P; Bajwa, H.; Patra, P.K.“Power harvesting for low power wireless sensor network” 16-17 Nov 2009, Page(s): 633-636 LAPC.2009. UK.
- Akshat C. Patel, Miral P. Vaghela, Hassan Bajwa and Prabir K. Patra , Conformable Patch Antenna Array for Energy Harvesting” MRS Meeting 2009, Boston, MA, USA.
- Hassan Bajwa, Prabir Patra, Xingguo Xiong, “Nanotechnology Curriculum Initiative in Connecticut”, 2009 Northeast American Society of Engineering Education Conference (ASEE’09), Bridgeport, CT, Apr. 3-4, 2009.
- Chintan Rajyaguru, Prabir Patra and Hassan Bajwa “Polymer-carbon nanotube biosensors”,2009 Northeast American Society of Engineering Education Conference (ASEE’09), Bridgeport, CT, Apr. 3-4, 2009.
- Niveditha Mittapalli, Prabir Patra and Hassan Bajwa “Nano-engineered active matrix gel for targeted drug delivery in liver fenestration”,2009 Northeast American Society of Engineering Education Conference (ASEE’09), Bridgeport, CT, Apr. 3-4, 2009.
- Hassan Bajwa and Xinghao Chen, “Low-Power High-Performance and Dynamically Reconfigured Multi-Port Cache Memory Architecture,” in the Proceedings of the
- IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering, April 11-12, 2007, ISBN # 1424408938.
- Xinghao Chen and Hassan Bajwa, “Energy-efficient dual-port cache architecture with improved performances,” In IET Journal of Electronics Letters, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 12-13, January 4, 2007, ISSN0013-5194.