Red Hat Research Quarterly
Insights into people and projects that bring universities, government organizations, and industry partners together to share outcomes with open source communities.
Our engineers partner with researchers and students at universities worldwide to collaborate on research projects from AI to privacy to heterogenous hardware.
SECURE-ED: Open-Source Infrastructure for Student Learning Disability Identification and Treatment
This project aims to develop an infrastructure leveraging Red Hat MPC Tools and OpenShift that would enable users to input data about an individual student and receive back information about the student’s risk profile and the likelihood of responding to a particular intervention.
Intern Spotlight: Maria Shevchuk, Red Hat Research Boston
This blog post spotlights Maria Shevchuk, a senior pursuing a BS in Biomedical Engineering and a BA in Computer Science dual degree at Boston University. Maria has worked with Red Hat through student-funded opportunities associated with the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University and directly as a Red Hat intern. She spoke with us about her research with the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University, how she has leveraged her time at Red Hat to pursue her passions in healthcare and technology, making the most of an internship, and her take on the hot dog sandwich debate.
Mastering Git with university students
Irina Gulina, Sr. Software Quality Engineer, RHEL for SAP Solutions, CCSP, Red Hat, and Tomáš Tomeček, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Linux Integration Engineering, Red Hat, discuss the Mastering Git course they teach at Masaryk University (MUNI) at the Faculty of Informatics (FI) in Brno, Czech Republic. The course was organized with the help of Martin Ukrop, Red Hat Program Manager, Red Hat Research.
Building better communities with streaming data and machine learning using FIWARE
The latest standards powering our open source smart village project underway at the Red Hat Collaboratory By Chris Tate, Principal Consultant, Red Hat Do you believe that software can help communities and build a better world, but find it challenging to get started? I don’t like to wait for the right software to come along—instead, […]
Red Hat Research engineers will lead the workshop on k8s operator for FaaS at DevConf.CZ 2023
Red Hat Principal Software Engineer Luis Tomas Bolivar and Senior Software Engineer Jose Castillo Lema will lead the workshop Writing a K8s Operator for Knative Functions at DevConf.CZ on Friday, June 16, 2023 (2:15pm – 3:35pm CEST; hybrid event). Workshop participants learn about the PHYSICS European project, the Function-as-a-Service
Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University announces Request for Proposals for 2024 Grants
The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University has announced details on the Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2024 Grants. The goal of the program is to enable collaborative research between Boston University researchers and Red Hat engineers. Projects must be open source and should generally focus on problems
Going to Red Hat Summit? Look for Red Hat Research and Emerging Technologies
Engineers and researchers from the Red Hat Research and Emerging Technologies groups will feature recent work and a glimpse of where open source technology will go next at the upcoming Red Hat Summit, May 23-25. Interactive sessions, hands-on labs, and demos include cutting-edge research that can solve challenges in
DevConf.CZ 2023 [16. – 18. June]
Americas Research Interest Group Meeting [July 2023]
Red Hat Summer Camp Brno 2023
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Red Hat Research Quarterly
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