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Robert J. Fowler (Rob)

Chief Domain Scientist, High Performance Computing

(919) 445-9670 (voice)
(919) 445-9669 (FAX) (mobile) (919) 445-9640 (Receptionist)
rjf at renci.org

Responsibilities
Rob Fowler directs RENCI's high performance computing research projects, including efforts to analyze the effectiveness of high-end systems in serving the needs of scientists and to develop software tools that enhance the performance of grid-enabled applications.

Projects
  [Rob's RENCI home page] has an up-to-date list. (Open in a new, resizable window!)

Very Abbreviated CV
Professional Preparation:

  • Harvard College, Physics, A.B. (cum laude), 1971.
  • University of Washington, Computer Science, M.S, 1981.
  • University of Washington, Computer Science, Ph.D. 1985.

Professional Appointments:
  • Chief Domain Scientist, High Performance Computing, Renaissance Computing Institute, University of North Carolina, June 2006- present (prev. Director of HPC Research).
  • Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, Sept 2006-present. Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, Duke University, Nov. 2006-present. Adjunct Associate Professor of Computer Science, Nov 2006-present.
  • Senior Research Scientist, Associate Director of the Center for High Performance Software Research, Rice University, July 2002-June2006.
  • Research Scientist, Rice University, September 1996-June 2002.
  • Visiting Associate Professor, Rice University, January 1985-August 1996.
  • Visiting Associate Professor, DIKU, University of Copenhagen, August 1993-December 1994.
  • Assistant Professor, University of Rochester, September 1986-June 1973.
  • Acting Assistant Professor, University of Washington, September 19 85-June 1986.

Publications
  [Rob's publications page.] (Open in a new, resizable window!)

This publications page includes abstracte, ready-to-use BibTeX entries, and links to paper downloadable files when copyright restrictions allow them, and links to publisher sites otherwise.

Links
  : [Rob's research Web page at RENCI] (Open in a new, resizable window!)


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