Dr. Kelley Shares Research on Fog Computing
The newest member of the Math and Computer Science Department, Dr. Jaimie Kelley, gave a presentation to the Denison Scientific Association on her research with fog computing. While cloud computing provides access to large amount of storage or computing power, it is often limited by the amount of traffic the Internet can handle. Fog computing is an architecture that uses one or more near-user edge devices to carry out a substantial amount of storage or communication, thus reducing the traffic to the cloud in a time-saving manner. This summer Dr. Kelley will work with two students this summer, one with developing a practical real-time facial recognition in a wearable device and the other developing autonomous rescue robots through electronic mimicry.