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Dorian Arnold is a tenured, associate professor of Computer Science at Emory University. From 2009-2017 he was an assistant and associate professor at The University of New Mexico. He studies distributed systems, fault-tolerance, online (streaming) data analysis, and software tools for high-performance computing environments. Particularly, he is interested in the performance, scalability and reliability issues of extreme scale environments comprising many thousands or even millions of components. He has 60+ peer-reviewed publications with 1800+ citations. His research projects have won two Top 100 R&D awards. In 2017, he was named an ACM Distinguished Speaker.
Arnold has held leadership roles at major HPC venues including chair of many technical components and steering committee member for the SC Conference and as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. He is committed to diversity and inclusion and served as General Chair for the 2017 ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity and the 2016 CRA HPC Pipeline Workshop.
Arnold earned Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from the Universities of Wisconsin and Tennessee, respectively. He earned a B.S. in Math and Computer Science from Regis University (Denver, CO) and his A.S. in Physics, Chemistry and Math from St. John’s College (Belize).
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