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Dorian C. Arnold
Assistant 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

Research Interests

High-performance/Large-scale Computing Systems

Scalable middleware; run-time data analysis

Autonomous software infrastructures; Fault-tolerance; HPC Tools

Biographical Sketch

Dorian has been a Computer Science professor at the University of New Mexico and co-director of the Scalable Systems Lab since January, 2009. His broad research areas are high performance computing (HPC) and large scale distributed systems. More specifically, he studies efficient, resilient HPC system software and tools that allow system non-experts to harness the power of high-performance systems in scalable, efficient, reliable ways. He enjoys strong and active collaborations with the Los Alamos, Livermore and Sandia National Laboratories and Cray, Inc. -- these collaborations lend the privilege of working with world class scientists on the largest systems in the world. In part due to such collaborations, his research projects were selected as Top 100 R&D technologies in 1999 and 2011.

Contact Information


Phone: 505.277.1546

Fax: 505.277.6927

Physical Address

Room 301-F

Farris Engineering Center

Building #119 on the UNM map

Mailing Address

MSC01 1130

1 University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87131-1070