My current research focuses on the application of serverless computing and its applications, specifically in the IoT area. Serverless computing is a new deployment paradigm for cloud computing, which enables programmers to focus on the problem at hand rather than spending a lot of effort on provisioning for instance.
SFL: A Compiler for Generating Stateful AWS Lambda Serverless Applications, by Lukas Brand and Markus Mock, to appear in Seventh International Workshop on Serverless Computing (WoSC7) 2021 (WoSC ’21), December 6, 2021, Virtual Event, Canada.
Energiedatenmanagement in einer Serverless Cloud Computing Umgebung – Zwischenbericht eines innovativen Projekts, by Markus Mock, Florian Huber und Stefan-Alexander Arlt, in gwf Gas + Energie, Juni 2021, Vulkan Verlag (in German)
Toci: Computational Intelligence in an Energy Management System by Florian Huber and Markus Mock, 2020 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, December 1-4, 2020, Canberra, Australia (run virtually),
Integration von Ultraschall-Wasserfluss-Sensoren in ein Energiemanagementsystem: Siemens SPS versus Raspberry PI by Kreitmair, Konrad; Huber, Florian; Mock, Markus; Arlt, Stefan-Alexander, 2. Symposium Elektronik und Systemintegration ESI , April 1, 2020, Landshut, Germany. (in German)
Selena: a Serverless Energy Management System by Florian Huber, Nikolai Körber and Markus Mock, ACM Fifth International Workshop on Serverless Computing, December 9 - 13, 2019, UC Davis, CA, USA
Seneca: Fast and Low Cost Hyperparameter Search for Machine Learning Models by Michael Zhang, Chandra Krintz, Markus Mock and Rich Wolski, IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing, July 8-13, 2019, Milan, Italy