AIOLOS is a research project running at Ghent University - iMinds. Initially, AIOLOS was developed as a framework for mobile code offloading between a mobile device and a single server, but later evolved to a generic framework for mobile cloud computing.
For more info on AIOLOS and our research:
- Steven Bohez, Elias De Coninck, Tim Verbelen, Pieter Simoens, Bart Dhoedt, "Enabling Component-based Mobile Cloud Computing with the AIOLOS Middleware", In proceedings of the 13th Workshop on Adaptive and Reflective Middleware (ARM'14), Bordeaux, France, 2014.
- Tim Verbelen, Pieter Simoens, Filip De Turck, Bart Dhoedt, "AIOLOS: Middleware for improving mobile application performance through cyber foraging", Journal of Systems and Software, Volume 85, Issue 11, pp.2629-2639, November 2012.
- Tim Verbelen, Pieter Simoens, Filip De Turck, Bart Dhoedt, "Leveraging Cloudlets for Immersive Collaborative Applications", IEEE Pervasive Computing, Volume 12, Number 4, pp. 30-38, Oct-Dec, 2013.
If you use AIOLOS in your research, please cite one of those papers.
AIOLOS is currently developed and maintained by the following team members:
Tim Verbelen created the first prototypes of the AIOLOS framework during his Ph.D. at Ghent University - iMinds. He used AIOLOS to optimize runtime deployment of software components for resource-intensive applications such as augmented reality. Tim is also committer of the Eclipse Foundation on the Concierge project, a lightweight OSGi runtime targeted to mobile and embedded devices, and he is an invited researcher of the OSGi Alliance.