2009 - ACM Fellow For contributions to fault-tolerant distributed computing.
Robbert van Renesse mainly investigates Distributed computing, Scalability, Protocol, Computer security and Computer network. His Partition research extends to the thematically linked field of Distributed computing. His Scalability research includes themes of Node, Communication source, Multicast message and Message broker.
In his work, Digital asset, Bandwidth, Blockchain and Byzantine fault tolerance is strongly intertwined with Cryptocurrency, which is a subfield of Protocol. His studies deal with areas such as Denial-of-service attack, The Internet and Robustness as well as Computer security. When carried out as part of a general Computer network research project, his work on Node is frequently linked to work in Management information base, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Distributed computing, Computer network, Scalability, Computer security and Protocol. His work deals with themes such as Server and Asynchronous communication, which intersect with Distributed computing. While the research belongs to areas of Computer network, he spends his time largely on the problem of Cloud computing, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Virtual machine.
Robbert van Renesse has researched Scalability in several fields, including Event, Software and Blockchain. He has included themes like Software deployment and Robustness in his Computer security study. The concepts of his Protocol study are interwoven with issues in Byzantine fault tolerance, Correctness and Set.
Distributed computing, Cloud computing, Computer security, Computer network and Scalability are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Paxos, Protocol, Server and Cache in addition to Distributed computing. The Cloud computing study combines topics in areas such as Virtual machine, Mission critical, Systems engineering and Replication.
His Computer security study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Gossip protocol, Overhead and Software deployment. His work carried out in the field of Computer network brings together such families of science as The Internet and Function. His research in Scalability intersects with topics in Byzantine fault tolerance, Software, Blockchain and Disk array.
His primary areas of study are Computer network, Distributed computing, Computer security, Blockchain and Protocol. He combines subjects such as Web service, Cloud computing and The Internet with his study of Computer network. His Distributed computing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Programming language and SIMPLE.
His work in Computer security tackles topics such as Software deployment which are related to areas like Replication, Reliability, Dynamic programming, Low overhead and Usability. His Blockchain research includes elements of Cryptocurrency, Scalability and Partition. Robbert van Renesse interconnects Interconnection and Robustness in the investigation of issues within Protocol.
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Astrolabe: A robust and scalable technology for distributed system monitoring, management, and data mining
Robbert Van Renesse;Kenneth P. Birman;Werner Vogels.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (2003)
Distributed Operating Systems
Andrew S. Tanenbaum;Robbert Van Renesse.
Horus: a flexible group communication system
Robbert van Renesse;Kenneth P. Birman;Silvano Maffeis.
Communications of The ACM (1996)
Bitcoin-NG: a scalable blockchain protocol
Ittay Eyal;Adem Efe Gencer;Emin Gün Sirer;Robbert Van Renesse.
networked systems design and implementation (2016)
Reliable Distributed Computing with the Isis Toolkit
Kenneth P. Birman;Robert V. Renesse;Robbert Van Renesse.
A gossip-style failure detection service
Robbert van Renesse;Yaron Minsky;Mark Hayden.
Middleware '98 Proceedings of the IFIP International Conference on Distributed Systems Platforms and Open Distributed Processing (2009)
Experiences with the Amoeba distributed operating system
Andrew S. Tanenbaum;Robbert van Renesse;Hans van Staveren;Gregory J. Sharp.
Communications of The ACM (1990)
COCA: A secure distributed online certification authority
Lidong Zhou;Fred B. Schneider;Robbert Van Renesse.
ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (2002)
Chain replication for supporting high throughput and availability
Robbert van Renesse;Fred B. Schneider.
operating systems design and implementation (2004)
Kelips: Building an efficient and stable P2P DHT through increased memory and background overhead
Indranil Gupta;Kenneth P. Birman;Prakash Linga;Alan J. Demers.
international workshop on peer to peer systems (2003)
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