Engineer in Computer Scinece by the University of Zaragoza in 2005, I am assistant professor and PhD student in the Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering of that University. My research interests are distributed systems in general, and Peer-to-Peer networks in particular. In these moments, my research focuses on P2P Computing, designing an architecture for the distribution of computational jobs within networks of millions of general purpouse computers.
Email:jcelayaunizar [dot] es
Office:D0.05, Ed. Ada Byron, CPS Universidad de Zaragoza
 Distributed Scheduler of Workflows with Deadlines in a P2P Desktop Grid. 18th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Computing.. 2010.
[CelayaAGRID06] YA: Fast and Scalable Discovery of Idle CPUs in a P2P Network. :49-55.. 2006.
 YA: Fast and Scalable Discovery of Idle CPUs in a P2P network. 7th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Grid Computing.. 2006.
 Scalable Architecture for Allocation of Idle CPUs in a P2P Network. 2nd International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications.. 2006.
[CelayaAHPCC06] Scalable Architecture for Allocation of Idle CPUs in a P2P Network. :240-249.. 2006.