Dr. Steve Scott
is the Chief Technology Officer at Cray Inc., where he has been since 1992 (originally with Cray Research and SGI). Steve was one of the architects of the groundbreaking Cray T3E multiprocessor, and was the chief archtiect of the GigaRing system area network. More recently, Steve was the chief architect of the Cray X1 scalable vector supercomputer and the follow on BlackWidow system. Steve is the Principle Investigator for the Cray Cascade project, which is part of the DARPA High Productivity Computing Systems program targeting trans-petaflop systems in the 2010 timeframe.

Steve received his PhD in computer architecture from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1992, where he was a Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and Hertz Foundation Fellow. He holds fifteen US patents, has served on numerous program committees, and has served as an associate editor for the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. He was the recipient of the 2005 ACM Maurice Wilkes Award, and the 2005 IEEE Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award.

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