See the latest news from Red Hat Research Program and collaboration with universities
Red Hat Research Quarterly provides insights into the range of activities that bring universities, government organizations, industry partners together to share outcomes with open source communities. Here you’ll find articles on the latest research topics we are exploring together, views into the approaches and people behind that research, and examples of the impact that combining education with an open source perspective can have.
Table of Contents
- Volume 1, Issue 1
Red Hat Research: Moving Great Ideas Into Open Source Communities Hugh Brock, Research Director, Red Hat Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Advances Research, Prepares Students for Successful Careers in Technology Azer Bestavros, Director, Hariri Institute for Computing, William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, Boston UniversityOrran Krieger, Professor of Engineering, Boston University; Principal Investigator, Mass Open Cloud and Red Hat Collaboratory Teaming Up to Build an Open Test Automation Framework for IoT Miroslav Bureš, Associate Professor, Czech Technical University in PragueŠtefan Bunčiak, Manager, Quality Engineering, Red Hat Miroslav Jaroš, Senior Quality Engineer, Red Hat Profile of an Engineer, Mentor, Teacher-in-Residence Langdon White Avoiding the Spectres and Meltdowns of the Future: Taking A Proactive and Holistic Approach to Cybersecurity Daniel Gruss, Assistant Professor, Graz University of TechnologyHugh Brock, Research Director, Red Hat Massachusetts Open Cloud Advances Research and Innovation Azer Bestavros, Director, Hariri Institute for Computing, William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, Boston University Orran Krieger, Principal Investigator, Mass Open Cloud and Red Hat Collaboratory, and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Boston University Michael Daitzman, Director of Engineering and Product, Mass Open Cloud Researchers and Industry Deliver Open Source Technology Stack for Big Data Applications Dimosthenis Kyriazis, Assistant Professor, University of Piraeus (Greece) and Technical Coordinator, BigDataStack Consortium Building a culture of collaboration the open source way Ori Rabin, Freddy Roland, Eli Mesika, Shir Cohen, Miki Kenneth (Red Hat, Tel Aviv)