Jon Weissman |
Professor of Computer Science
Labs: 4-225D Keller Hall, 2-217 Keller Hall
Phone: (612) 626-0044; Fax: (612) 625-0572
My bio is here.
|My research is in the broad area of distributed systems and high performance computing. My
particular interest lies in supporting multi-platform applications
at the middleware and systems-levels. I am working predominantly on Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, and HPC, developing techniques to improve performance, reliability, and energy efficiency. Our research activities are outlined here. I am looking for strong and motivated Ph.D. students.
Publications are here.
Please attend HPDC 2017 in Washington D.C June 2017.
|Courses I Teach|
|CSci 2021:Computer Organization and Architecture|
|CSci 4061: Introduction to Operating Systems|
|CSci 8980: Distributed Network Services: A Systems View|
|CSci 4131: Internet Programming|
|CSci 5131: Advanced Internet Programming|
|CSci 8101: Advanced Operating Systems|
|CSci 4211: Introduction to Computer Networks|
|CSci 5103: Operating Systems|
|CSci 5105: Introduction to Distributed Systems|
|Ph.D. (1995), Computer Science, University of Virginia|
|M.S. (1989), Computer Science, University of Virginia|
|B.S. (1984), Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Carnegie-Mellon University|
|Recent Professional Service|
|HPDC||International ACM/IEEE Symposium on High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Computing, Steering Committee Chair|
|TPDS||IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Associate Editor|
|TC||IEEE Transactions on Computers, Associate Editor|
|I have consulted on a range of technical/legal projects including expert analysis, patent examination, intellectual property, and industrial projects, in the area of Internet applications, mobile computing, distributed systems, and the cloud. Professional references available upon request.|
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