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[Colloquium] An Overview of (Some of the) Systems Research @ UNMCS

February 10, 2011

Watch Colloquium: 

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  • Date: Thursday, February 10, 2011 
  • Time: 11:00 am — 11:50 am 
  • Place: Mechanical Engineering 218


Dorian Arnold
Assistant Professor
UNM Department of Computer Science

In this presentation, I will provide digests of some of the research we have going on in the Scalable Systems Lab (co-directed w/ Prof. Patrick Bridges). Major research areas include large scale software infrastructures, fault-tolerance and resilience, virtualization for HPC systems and HPC tools.

Bio: Dorian Arnold is an assistant professor in Computer Science at the University of New Mexico and a visiting scientist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He received an associate’s degree from St. John’s College in Belize, a bachelor’s degree from Regis University in Denver, Colorado, a master’s degree from The University of Tennessee, and a Ph.D from The University of Wisconsin-Madison.

His research interests fall under the broad areas of high performance computing and large scale distributed systems. In particular, he is interested in abstractions and mechanisms that allow system non-experts to harness the power of high-performance systems in scalable, efficient, reliable ways.