Blog: http://sebgoa.blogspot.comI am also on Linkedin of course.
This site contains old content from my days at Clemson University where I received tenure and promotion and became associate professor. I decided to take a career change -that we can talk about around beers- and join Citrix as an Open Source Cloud Computing Evangelist in EMEA. I am an Apache Committer on CloudStack.
Old Bio: I am an associate professor in the school of computing at Clemson University. I joined Clemson in October 2006. My research interest is in applied distributed systems. Most of my work is experimental and oriented towards building new systems and testing their performances. I teach a graduate course on cyberinfrastructure, an undergraduate course on distributed systems and cluster computing and one one network security. I was a CERN scientific associate from 2009/2011 helping design and build lxcloud. Prior to joining Clemson I was at Purdue University. I was the TeraGrid site lead and co-investigator on the Purdue CMS Tier-2 site, I was also the lead of the nanoHUB middleware after having acted as the technical director at the start of the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN). Over the years I have been PI or Co-PI on over $15M of research funds, awarded by the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, DELL, IBM and BMW. I have published over 60 journal and conference publications. I received two IBM Faculty awards in 2007 and 2008.