10th Annual Workshop & Retreat
October 14 - 16, 2002


MONDAY, OCTOBER 14: CMU/Nemacolin Woodlands


Greg Ganger - Welcome & PDL Overview
C3S Kick-Off and Overview
Posters & Open Discussion
Rick Carley - Progress and Expectations for MEMS-based Storage

Session I: Database Storage Management

Steve Schlosser - MEMS-based Storage Devices in Computer Systems
Jiri Schindler - Lachesis: A Storage Device Access Patterns Advisor for Database Systems

Session II: Storage & Security

Shimin Chen - Fractal Prefetching B+-Trees: Optimizing both Cache and Disk Performance
Adam Pennington - Storage-based Intrusion Detection
Garth Goodson - Coordination-free, Yet Consistent, Updates to Redundant Storage

Session III: New Directions in Storage Management

Short talks on new research directions in storage management,
attribute-based file naming, and expressive storage interfaces.

John Strunk - Self-Tuning Storage Systems
Craig Soules - Why Can't I Find My Files?
Chris Lumb - Extensible Storage Systems
Jay Wylie - Addressing Integrity in Survivable Storage

Poster Session

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15: Nemacolin Woodlands

Session IV: Workload Characterization

Mengzhi Wang - Capturing the Spatio-Temporal Correlation of Real Traffic Data
Stratos Papadomanolakis - Automated Physical Database Design with
the Stripe Wizard

Session V: Dealing with Overload

Andrew Klosterman - Cuckoo: Layered Clustering for NFS
Bianca Schroeder - Improving Performance of Static and Dynamic Requests
at a Busy Web Server

Session VI: Storage Security

Dawn Song - Smart & Secure Storage in Untrusted Environments

Poster Session

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16: Nemacolin Woodlands

Session VII: Adaptation & Redistribution

Mike Reiter - Safeguarding Confidential Data on Portable Devices
David Petrou - The Virtues of Procrastination, A Work in Progress
Ted Wong - Survivable Archive System Design


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