Members of the Laboratory are also conducting research in building high performance parallel logic programming systems (parallel Prolog systems) that can take full advantage of multiprocessor architectures. Currently, implementation is under way on a 20 processor Sequent Symmetry.
Researchers in the Laboratory are also working on a project that uses advanced logic programming techniques for constructing state-of-the-art parallelizing Fortran compilers.
The research conducted by the members of the Laboratory has been published in internationally reputed journals such as Journal of the ACM, ACM Transaction on Database Systems, ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, and The Journal of Logic Programming.
The Laboratory actively collaborates with other research groups around the
world. In particular, it ha strong collaborative ties with groups in Bristol
(England), Madrid (Spain), Monterrey (Mexico), Montreal (Canada), Oporto
(Portugal), Pisa (Italy), and Stockholm (Sweden). Recently, the Laboratory
has hosted a workshop on Parallel Logic Programming attended by researcher
from many of the collaborating institutions.