Patrick Bridges
is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. He received his PhD (2002) from the University of Arizona and his BS (1994) from Mississippi State University. Patrick is co-director of the UNM Scalable Systems Laboratory, where his research is focused on configurable high-performance system software, including HPC operating systems and MPI implementations, lightweight performance monitoring systems, and adaptation in system software. Much of his recent research in this area has been supported by and done in collaboration with researchers at Sandia National Labs. Patrick's outside hobbies include skiing (badly), playing tennis (badly), playing golf (badly), and playing Go and poker.

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