ORG University of Chicago Title Globus Project Lead BIO Steve Tuecke is Deputy Director of the Computation Institute, a joint initiative of the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, where he is responsible for leading and contributing to projects in computational science. Prior to joining the Computation Institute, Steve was co-founder, Chief Technology Officer, and on the board of Univa Corporation from 2004-2008, and also served as Univa's first Chief Executive Officer. Steve co-founded the Globus project, with Dr. Ian Foster and Dr. Carl Kesselman, and is responsible for managing the architecture, design, and development of Globus. In 2002, Steve received Technology Review magazine's TR100 award, which recognized him as one of the world's top 100 young innovators. The same year, he also was named to Crain's Chicago Business "Forty Under 40" and described as one of the Chicago area's "best and brightest." In 2003, he was named, with Foster and Kesselman, by InfoWorld magazine as one of its Top 10 Technology Innovators of the year. Steve graduated summa cum laude with a B.A in mathematics and computer science from St. Olaf College.