ORG University of Tennessee Title BIO Micah Beck received has been a contributor to research ranging from Parallel and Distributed Systems to Languages and Compilers to Advanced Internetworking and Storage Architecture. He began his career doing research in distributed operating systems at Bell Laboratories and received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Cornell University (1992) in the area of parallelizing compilers. He then joined the faculty of the Computer Science Department at the University of Tennessee, where he is currently a Research Associate Professor working in distributed high performance computing, networking and storage; he is also a Director of the Logistical Computing and Internetworking Laboratory. An active participant in the Internet2 project, he has since 1997 led their Distributed Storage Infrastructure project, defining an advanced Content Distribution model to enable edge processing. In 2000 he joined with other members of this project drawn from industry and academia to found Lokomo Systems and he currently serves as Chief Scientist of that company.
- Spring 2007 Internet2 Member Meeting
- Fall 2003 Internet2 Member Meeting
- Spring 2002 Internet2 Member Meeting