Dr. Lakshmish Ramaswamy is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Computer Science at the University of Georgia. He directs the Data Intensive Pervasive Systems Lab. Dr. Ramaswamy's research interests include Data Intensive Systems, Pervasive Systems, Cloud Computing, Health Informatics, Online Social Media, and Information Security, Privacy and Trust. He received the best paper award at the CoopIS-2010 conference for his research on cooperative mashup execution. He also received the best paper award at the WWW-2004 conference and the Pat Goldberg best paper award for the work on dynamic web content caching and delivery. Dr. Ramaswamy obtained PhD from the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He also has a MS degree in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. News and Announcements I am the PI of a recently awarded NSF grant for building multi-cloud cyber infrastructure for sustainable management of inland waters and coastal wetlands. Dr. Deepak Mishra (Dept. of Geography, UGA) and Dr. Suchi Bhandarkar are the Co-PIs. Research Projects Current Projects Meghdoot: Multi-Cloud Infrastrcture for Effective Monitoring of Inland Waters and Coastal Wetlands (Sponsored by NSF) Data Quality-Aware Sensor Service Clouds (Sponsored by NSF) Indexing and querying of large time-evolving graphs Enhancing Quality and Trust in Collaboartive Information Systems Past Projects Attacks and Defenses in Denial of Information (Sponsored by NSF Trustworthy Computing) Lightweight Continuous Queries in P2P Overlays Edge Cache Grid for Scalable Content Delivery Automatic Fragment Detection in Dynamic Web Pages Connectivity-based Distributed Node Clustering Countering Free Riding in P2P Systems