Robert Ross received his Ph.D.
in Computer Engineering from Clemson University in 2000. Following this
he joined the Mathematics and Computer Science
Division at Argonne National Laboratory. Rob's research interests are
in system software for high performance computing systems, in particular
parallel file systems and I/O and message passing libraries. Rob has
been involved in Linux cluster computing since 1995, when he first
tested PVFS on early Beowulf systems at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
He is the primary author of the PVFS parallel file system and lead
architect of the PVFS2 parallel file system. He is an active maintainer
of the ROMIO MPI-IO library and oversees the Parallel netCDF high-level
I/O library development. Rob is a member of the MPICH2 development
team awarded the R&D 100 award in 2005, and was
a recipient of the 2004 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists
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