The Real-time and Distributed Systems (RADS) Research Day, which took place on Friday, November 3, 2023, was an exceptional display of innovation and progress in the field of technology.
The event featured brief yet informative research summaries during the “3-Minute Madness” session, where professors and graduate students presented their latest findings. Additionally, graduate students exhibited their research posters, offering insights into their work on real-time and distributed systems.
The day served as a hub for the exchange of knowledge and ideas, fostering an environment for both seasoned researchers and emerging talents to connect and share their visions for the future of technology.
RADS Research Day highlighted the commitment and advancements made within the RADS lab, unveiling significant steps forward in the realm of real-time and distributed systems.
The future promises more discoveries and revelations from the ongoing RADS research.