Thomas M. Stricker is currently an "Euro Googler" working to get an Google European Engineering Center started and growing in Zurich Switzerland. Previously he was an professor of computer science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, leading a research group investigating cluster computing with commodity components and their integration into computational grids. The topic of his special interest are still the various high speed interconnect technologies, conventional TCP/IP and alternatives to TCP/IP. For his Ph.D. work Thomas Stricker attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA, where he participated in several large systems building projects including the construction of the iWarp parallel machine. He a member of the ACM SIGARCH, SIGCOMM, SIGOPS and the IEEE Computer Society. He recently chaired the technical program of the IEEE Cluster Conference 2005.

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