Generally, I am interested in Internet scale systems, networked distributed systems, collaborative systems, scalable Internet services, Grid and Peer-to-Peer systems, economics based algorithms and systems applied to grids and peer-to-peer, collaborative learning and networking. I am part of the Distributed Systems group that I coordinate as part of the CNDS group. I have a number of research projects brewing, including:
Scientific coordination of the FIRE EU Large-scale integrating project (IP) CONFINE on "Community Networks Testbed for the Future Internet" (10/2011-9/2015)
Other projects that I've been involved with in the past include:
Grid4All: Grid4All aims at enabling domestic users, non-profit organisations such as schools, and small enterprises, to share their resources and to access massive Grid resources when needed, envisioning a future in which access to resources is democratised, readily available, cooperative, and inexpensive (2006-2009).
SORMA: Development of methods and tools for an efficient market-based allocation of resources, through a self-organizing resource management system, using market-driven models supported by extensions for Grid infrastructures. IST European Project (2006-2009).
P2PGrid: A national integrated project on several aspects of large scale systems.
Catnets: Evaluation of the Catallaxy paradigm for decentralized operation of dynamic application networks. FET IST European Project (2004-2007).
Catnet: Catallactic mechanisms for the deployment of application networks on the Internet. (3/2002-3/2003)
CRAC: Compartición de Recursos para Aprendizaje Cooperativo (also
known as GPPMCLE: Grid and Peer-to-Peer Middleware for Cooperative
Learning Environments). MCYT National project (UPC, UOC, UVA)
Cosaco: Components for Cooperative Learning. CICYT National project (UVA, UPC)
Distribution of Web Documents to Internet Digital Libraries
Comic: Computer-based Mechanisms of Interaction in Cooperative Work.
EPITELIO: a project
for Social and Economic Integration of Citizens in Europe.
research on environments for CSCW systems.
Computing. An experiment on High-Performance Computing and Networking for SME and Education.
Roc Messeguer, 2012, Estimacion automática de grupos en entornos de aprendizaje cooperativo con aplicaciones sensibles al contexto (Automatic estimation of groups in collaborative learning environments with context-aware applications)
Rene Brunner, 2011, Trade-off Among Timeliness, Messages and Accuracy for Large-Scale Information Management (co-supervised with Felix Freitag)
Pablo Chacín, 2011, A Middleware Framework for Self-Adaptive Large Scale Distributed Services
Leandro Navarro joined the
Computer Architecture Department of UPC as an associate professor in 1988, after receiving his graduate degree on Telecommunication Engineering from UPC.
He received his Ph.D. from UPC under Professor Manuel Medina in 1992.
Since 1985, he is working at the Computer Architecture Department (Departament d'Arquitectura de Computadors).
Leandro's research interests include the design of scalable and cooperative Internet services and applications.
He is member of the
(Association for Computing Machinery) (SIGGroup, SIGComm),
(Association for Progressive Communications) (Council member),
TC6 WG6.4 (International
Federation of Information Processing) (TC6-WG6.4 member),
(Centre de Cooperació per al Desenvolupament-UPC) (Council
IEEE (Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers) (Computer Society, Communications Society).
He was a founding member of Pangea,
a NGO providing Internet services to not-for-profit organisations and
founding member of two spin-off companies: Espais Telemàtics S.L., and Rededia S.L.. He is author of the national report on Spain for the Global Information Society Watch since 2007.