STSM – Daniel Grzonka


Daniel Grzonka


Institute of Computer Science, Cracow University of Technology, Poland

Corresponding WG


Grant research topic

Monitoring of Distributed High Performance Systems

Hosting Institution

National College of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland



Summary of the scientific report

The aims of the visit at National College of Ireland (NCI) are identifying and studies of multiple monitoring challenges connected with processing in clouds, establish contact and cooperation with the Cloud Competency Centre and develop model of agent-based monitoring system for security-aware cloud scheduler.

Obtained results and accomplishments:

  • The development of the COST Action IC1406 WG1 research topics: novel heterogeneous models, algorithms and techniques for advanced Big Data exploitation, current and emerging multicore system architectures, virtualised servers and data centres, mobile cloud and multi-cloud systems, monitoring techniques, ensuring the security of the distributed environments, task scheduling.
  • Establishing a close scientific cooperation – both in the exchange of knowledge and access to infrastructure, as well as efforts for subsequent collaboration.
  • Formulating the model of the multi-agent non-deterministic scheduler for Cloud Environments.
  • Development and verification of multi-agent non-deterministic scheduler for Cloud Environments.
  • Jakóbik, D. Grzonka, H. González-Vélez, J. Kołodziej: „Towards Secure Non-Deterministic Meta-Scheduling for Clouds” 30th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (May 31st – June 3rd, 2016, Regensburg, Germany).
  • Continuation of work on the proposed models.

Personal notes

I am so grateful to Dr Horacio González-Vélez for regular meetings and cooperation after grant. During my research stay we discussed many ideas related to the topic of the grant. I thank for valuable tips and inspiration.