John Sanabria, Ph.D. (Director)
Proffesor at Escuela de Ingeniería de Sistemas y Computación
Lascilab, better known in Universidad del Valle as Network and Distributed Systems Laboratory was created to be a space that make easy the practice and experimentation related with large scale computer infraestructures. In mid-2015, with the goal of supporting research and software development processes, this laboratory make available to the educational community the services of the Univalle's Computational Cluster.
The Networks and Distribute System Laboratory is in addition a space dedicated to teaching and research for courses like Operative Systems, Networks and Distributed Systems.
The Univalle Cluster is a computational infrastructure consisting of a set of high end computers connected by a high speed network available for scientific purposes.
Intel Galileo, is an Arduino device based on x86 architecture ideal for Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
NVIDIA GPU embeded device for massive data processing (typically data in vector or matrix form), it is one of the platforms available today in High Performace Computing (HPC in English) with low energy consumption. It is present in projects based on Deep Learning , Linear Algebra , Computer Vision. More details here.