Former Ph.D. Advisees
Alan L. Cox
Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1992, "A Coherent Memory Abstraction for NUMA Multiprocessors"; NSF Young Investigator, 1995. Alan is now Professor of Computer Science at Rice University and co-founder of the company iMimic.
Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1994, "Hybrid Cache Coherency Protocols". (Jack's page at Rochester has links to the MINT simulator and related materials.) Jack now works for SandCraft.
Ph.D., University of Copenhagen, 1996,
"Message-Driven Software DSM". (Supervised jointly with Eric Jul.) Povl
is an Associate Professor at the Distributed Systems Lab of the Datalogisk Institut (DIKU) of
the University of Copenhagen. He is currently on leave from DIKU,
working for Nokia.
Ph.D., University of Washington, 1985, "Decentralized Object
Finding Using Forwarding Addresses". (Supervised by Richard Ladner.) I received my Bachelor's
degree in physics from Harvard College in 1971.
* (I had to put this stuff somewhere....)
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