Monday, September 24, 2007

Peek Into What's Cooking At Google Research

Before anyone asks me, let me tell you that I'm not working for Google, nor am I a Google PR!! This series of posts on Google started after I got the comment about Google's history and how Google got its name. This post is to give you an idea about what are the different research going on in Google. I wrote last time that Google has slowed down on innovation. This may be true, but with Google's growing employee size, the people who are doign research after joining Google has also increased.

Few topics that I found interesting taking place at Google: (You can read the full list here):
  • Ad Hoc Distributed Simulations, Richard Fujimoto, Michael Hunter, Jason Sirichoke, Mahesh Palekar, Hoe Kim, Wonhu Suh, 21st International Workshop on Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation (PADS'07), 2007, pp. 15-24.

There are many more research papers which Google employees have recent in 2007. Infact in 2007, 125 publications were written, whereas in 2006, 113 were written. Some other popular research at Google on Data Management, that is used by Google in Google Maps, Gmail are Chubby, Google File System, MapReduce and BigTable.

If you like to know stuff in A/V, you can also watch videos on Tech Talk at Google Here.

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