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Daniel Mosse
Daniel Mosse Professor


Dr. Mossé received his BS (Mathematics, 1985) from the University of Brasilia, Brazil, and MS and PhD degrees (Computer Science, 1990 and 1993) from the University of Maryland, College Park.

He has been involved in the design and implementation of a couple of distributed, real-time operating system. His main research interest is in distributed systems, more specifically the allocation of resources (computing and network resources) in the realm of real-time, power management, security, and fault tolerance. He bridges the gap between the operating systems and networking research fields.

Research Interests

Power- energy- and temperature-aware systems
Real-time systems
Distributed systems
Wireless networking

Recent Publications

J. Kim, A. Maron, and D. Mosse, "Socialite: A Flexible Framework for Social Internet of Things," 16th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management, pp. 94-103, Pittsburgh, PA, 2015.

Y. Du, M. Zhou, B. Childers, D. Mossé and R. Melhem, "Supporting Superpages in Non-Contiguous Physical Memory," IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA), pp. 223-234, Bay Area, CA , February 2015.

V. Petrucci, O. Loques, D. Mosse, R. Melhem, N. AbouGazala and S. Gobriel, "Energy-efficient thread Assignment Optimization in Heterogeneous Multi-core Systems," ACM Transaction on Embedded Computing , pp. 1–26, 2015.

J. Kim, T. Barth, G. Boulos, J. Yackovich, C. Beckel, and D. Mossé, "Seamless Integration of Heterogeneous Devices and Access Control in Smart Homes and its Evaluation," Intelligent Buildings International Journal: Internet of Buildings, pp. 206-213, 2015.