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CITI Staff

Eric Anderle
Intern

Casey Bodley
Technologist

Coffman

Kevin Coffman
Technologist

Mike Groshans
Intern

Bill Hass
Intern

Honeyman

Peter Honeyman
Director

Eaman Jahani
Research Assistant

Alex Karpowitsch
Consultant

Kornievskaia

Olga Kornievskaia
Lead Developer

Rees

Jim Rees
Chief Technologist

Fred Remley
Consultant

Rita Sequeira
Visiting Scholar

Mike Song
Intern

CITI PhDs

Dave Bachman
A Methodology for Performance Modeling of Distributed Systems Based on Client-Server Protocols, 1992 (Chair: T.J. Teorey)

Rong Nickle Chang
A Network Service Acquisition Mechanism for the Client/Service Model, 1990 (Chair: C.V. Ravishankar)

Jhitti Chiarawongse
Performance Analysis of Media Access Protocols for High Speed Local and Metropolitan Are Networks, 1992 (Chair: T.J. Teorey)

Chu

Yi-Chun Chu
Analytic Modeling and Measurement Methodology for Multi-Tier Client-Server Systems, 1998 (Chairs: T.J. Teorey and C.J. Antonelli)

Hildebrand

Dean Hildebrand
Distributed Access to Parallel File Systems, 2007 (Chair: P. Honeyman)
From 2002 to 2007, Dean studied and developed extensions to NFSv4 to support secure, transparent, and high-performance access to parallel file systems over a broad range of workloads, bandwidths, and latencies. He is employed by IBM Almaden Research Center.

Howes

Tim Howes
A Scalable, Deplorable, Heterogeneous Internet Directory Service, 1996 (Chairs: P. Honeyman and B.A. Galler)
Tim Howes is the co-inventor (while at Michigan) of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), the Internet directory standard. After completing his Ph.D. at U-M in 1996, Howes joined Netscape as Directory Archhitect. He later became CTO of Netscape's server products division and a Netscape Fellow. In 1999, Howes co-founded Loudcloud, an early cloud services provider. In 2002, Loudcloud shifted businesses to data center automation and was renamed Opsware. At Loudcloud/Opsware, Howes was CTO and ran engineering and operations off and on. In 2007, Opsware was acquired by Hewlett-Packard for $1.65 billion, and Howes became Vice President and CTO of HP Software, HP's $3B software division. In October 2008, Howes left Hewlett-Packard to co-found RockMelt, where he is Chairman and CTO. RockMelt is still in stealth mode, not publicly discussing what they are building. Howes has also served on the boards of Blue Coat Systems and SF Jazz, and on the Internet Architecture Board. He lives in Los Altos Hills, CA with his wife and two daughters.

Larry Huston
Remote Access to Distributed File Systems, 1995 (Chairs: P. Honeyman and T.J. Teorey)
Larry studied mobile distributed systems from 1991 to 1995. He joined Ipsilon Networks, then NetBoost, which was aquired by Intel in 1998. Larry is Director of Architecture at Arbor Networks.

Itoi

Naomaru Itoi
Integrating Secure Hardware into Modern Security Systems: Authentication, Secure Storage, and Secure Bootstrap, 2001 (Chair: P. Honeyman)
Nao studied smartcards and computer security at CITI from 1997 to 2001. He is currently Director of Engineering at Fresvii, Inc..

Chuck Jerian
Polynomial Methods for Structure from Motion, 1988 (Chair: R. Jain)

Terence P. Kelly
Optimization in Web Caching: Cache Management, Capacity Planning, and Content Naming, 2002 (Chair: P. Honeyman)
Terence studied web caching at CITI, where he was a Rackham Predoctoral Fellow. He is now a researcher at HP Labs.

A. Masud Khandker
Performance Measurement and Analytic Modeling Techniques for Client-Server Distributed Systems, 1997 (Chair: T.J. Teorey)

Dan Muntz
Multilevel Caching in Distributed File Systems, 1994 (Chairs: P. Honeyman and T.J. Teorey)
From 1990 to 1994, Dan studied caching in distributed file systems at CITI. After receiving his Ph.D., he joined Hewlett-Packard's NFS development group, and later served as a research scientist at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. In 2002, he co-founded CoroSoft Technologies, where he was CTO at the time of its acquisition by BMC in December 2004. He now hacks on Linux and NFS at Network Appliance.

Park

Jong T. Park
A Knowledge-Based Approach to Multiple Transaction Processing and Distributed Database Design, 1987 (Chair: T.J. Teorey)

Provos

Niels Holger Gerhard Konstantin Provos
Statistical Steganalysis, 2003 (Chair: P. Honeyman)
Niels Provos is a Principal Engineer in the Infrastructure Security group at Google. His areas of interest include computer and network security, as well as large-scale distributed systems. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2003 where he studied experimental and theoretical aspects of computer and network security at the Center of Information Technology Integration. He is the author of several popular open source libraries and security tools as well as the book "Virtual Honeypots: From Botnet Tracking to Intrustion Detection." Dr. Provos currently serves on the USENIX board of directors.

Rubin

Avi Rubin
Nonmonotonic Cryptographic Protocols, 1994 (Chairs: P. Honeyman and B.A. Galler)
Avi studied cryptographic protocol design and analysis at CITI from 1992 to 1994. After receiving his Ph.D., he joined Bellcore as a member of the technical staff and NYU as adjunct professor in Computer Science. In 1997, he joined AT&T Labs - Research as a principal researcher. In 2003, Avi joined the faculty of Johns Hopkins University, where he is Professor of Computer Science and Technical Director of JHU Information Security Institute.

Mark Segal
Dynamic Program Updating in a Distributed Computer System, 1989 (Chairs: G. Frieder and B.A. Galler)
One of CITI's first doctoral students, Mark studied network filesystems, network modeling, and performance analysis at CITI from 1986 to 1989. His dissertation explored techniques for updating online software, anticipating today's plug-in architectures. Since graduation, Mark has been with Telcordia Technologies (formerly Bellcore). Today, as Executive Director of Software Technology Research, he provides technical and administrative leadership in the design, implementation, deployment, and maintenance of large scale, mission-critical software systems.

Jih-Liang Tseng
Correlation of Cell Losses in ATM Switches, 1996 (Chair: J.F. Meyer)
Liang is Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Lucent Technologies Bell Labs, where he has made significant contributions in the area of software architecture, infrastructure and application software development.

Guangping Wei
The ORAC Model: A Layered View of Data Abstractions, 1992 (Chair: T.J. Teorey)

Gerald Winters
An Extensible Architecture for Monitoring and Modeling Network Systems, 1995 (Chair: T.J. Teorey)

Zhang

Jiaying Zhang
Network Transparency in Wide Area Collaborations, 2007 (Chair: P. Honeyman)
From 2001 to 2007, Jiaying developed novel consistent replication mechanisms for diverse network environments and workloads. She is employed by Google, Inc. as a software engineer.

CITI Alumni

Adamson

Weston Andros Adamson
Intern

Adamson

William A. (Andy) Adamson
Associate Director

Antonelli

Charles J. Antonelli
Asst Research Scientist

Kati Bauer

Jon Bauman
Technologist

Robert Bertram

Nathan Binkert

Blumson

Sarr Blumson
Technologist

Jennifer Cheng
Intern

Chiu

Yung-Hsuan Chiu
Intern

Cordes

Evan P. Cordes
Technologist

Dautermann

Michael Dautermann

Max DeLiso
Intern

Scott Dexter

Eriksen

Marius Eriksen

Fields

J. Bruce Fields
Asst Research Scientist

Tom Finholt
Director

Gallaher

Nathan Gallaher
Intern

Dylan Goings
Intern

Rob Grant
Intern

Hansson

Elizabeth Hansson
Intern

Hanss

Ted Hanss
Director

Herzog

Bertram Herzog
Director

Hobgood

Andrew Hobgood
Intern

Fred Isaman
Technologist

Janakiraman

Janani Janakiraman
Technologist

Karen Kitchen
Administrative Associate

Klimczak

Steven Klimczak
Intern

Eva Kramer
Intern

Brian Krent
Visiting Scholar

Thomas M. Kroeger
Intern

Eric Kustarz

Lever

Chuck Lever
Technologist

Mackenzie

Alexis Mackenzie
Intern

Kate Maher
Intern

Rob Malan

Joseph Marincel
Intern

Joe McClain
Intern

McDaniel

Patrick McDaniel

Larisa J. McEachran

Molloy

Steve Molloy

Martin Murray
Intern

Trond Myklebust
Member of Technical Staff
Network Appliance

Shatarupa Nandi
Intern

James Newsome

Jonathan C. Nicklin

Muneet Parhar
Intern

Pearson

Lee Pearson
Technologist

Brad Quinn

Richardson

David R. Richardson
Technologist

Richter

David M. Richter
Technologist

Bob Riddle
Technologist

Molly Robison
Intern

Samuels

Emily Samuels
Intern

Jeff Sedlak

Nicholas Seltzer
Intern

Meelap Shah
Intern

Wu-Wei Shen

Josef Sipek
Research Assistant

Bryan Smith
Intern

Kendrick Smith

Song

Dug Song
Technologist

Alexander Soule
Intern

Jack Stankewicz
Intern

Stolarchuk

Michael T. Stolarchuk
Technologist

Teorey

Toby J. Teorey

Matthew Undy

Tom Unger

Wash

Rick Wash
Research Assistant

Wickman

Brian Wickman
Research Assistant

David Widmayer
Intern

Williams

Eric Williams
Intern

Peter Williams
Intern

Brahm Windeler

Cynthia Wong
Intern

Victor K. Wong
Director

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