Dr. Thomas Sterling

Seola Arnaud and Richard Vernon Edwards Jr. Professor in Computer Science, Louisiana State University


Dr. Thomas Sterling is a Professor of Computer Science at Louisiana State University, a Faculty Associate at California Institute of Technology, a CSRI Fellow for Sandia National Laboraties, and a Distinguished Visiting Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He received his Ph.D as a Hertz Fellow from MIT in 1984. He is probably best known as the father of Beowulf clusters and for his research on Petaflops computing architecture. His current research is focused on the ParalleX execution model and its practical implementation in computer architecture and programming methods. Professor Sterling is the co-author of six books and holds six patents. He was awarded the Gordon Bell Prize with collaborators in 1997.

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