Scott Levy
Department of Computer Science

Curriculum Vitae

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PhD (with distinction), Computer Science, University of New Mexico

JD (cum laude), Lewis and Clark Law School

BS, Electrical Engineering, Cornell University

Research Interests

System software for next-generation high-performance computing systems

Resilience and Fault Tolerance;

Biographical Sketch

I earned my Ph.D. from the Computer Science department at the University of New Mexico in 2016. I worked with Profs. Patrick Bridges and Dorian Arnold in the Scalable Systems Lab. I am now employed by Sandia National Laboratories, where I work with Kurt Ferreira and the 9lives research group on improving resilience for next-generation extreme-scale systems. For my dissertation, I explored how redundancies in application memory can be exploited to improve system resilience to memory errors. In addition to my doctoral degree, I hold a B.S in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and a J.D. from Lewis and Clark Law School.