I currently work as a staff programmer for
the Flux research group on the
Emulab.Net project. My main research
interests are contemporary operating system design and implementation.
I also dabble in hi-speed networking (hardware and protocols). In the
past I was involved with the Mach 3.0 project on HP700 workstations
and Intel PCs. Before that I worked on the BSD 4.3 kernel on the HP700
and HP300 architectures. Before that I worked on Lisp compilers and
runtime systems (Utah Common Lisp, Portable Standard Lisp) on various
Publications (click here)
I am currently located in Corvallis, Oregon. Send me email if you want
to know my address. I am still working for the Flux group, so if you
need to contact me, feel free to send me email or call me at home if
its a reasonable hour (please remember it is 1 hour earlier in
Oregon). Here are my planned absences.