Dorian Arnold

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Associate Professor

Department of Computer Science

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Curriculum Vitae


PhD, Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin, 2008

MS, Computer Science, University of Tennessee, 1998

BS (summa cum laude), Mathematics and Computer Science, Regis University, 1996

AS, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, St. John?s Junior College, Belize, 1994


My research interests fall under the broad areas of high performance computing and large scale distributed systems. In particular, I am interested in abstractions, mechanisms and tools that allow system non-experts to harness the power of high-performance systems in scalable, efficient, reliable ways. My research group maintains strong collaborations with the Los Alamos, Livermore, and Sandia National Laboratories — lending us the privilege to work with world-class scientists on world-class computing systems. In part due to such collaborations, my research projects were selected as Top 100 R&D technologies in 1999 and 2011.

Teaching Interests

  • Operating and Distributed Systems
  • Various Topics in Large Scale and High-performance Computing

Research Interests

  • High-performance/Large-scale Computing Systems
  • Scalable middleware; run-time data analysis
  • Autonomous software infrastructures; Fault-tolerance; HPC Tools

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