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EAC Focus - Greg Papadopoulos

Chief Technology Officer, Sun Microsystems

CRPC External Advisory Committee (EAC) member Greg Papadopoulos is the chief technology officer at Sun Microsystems, a Fortune 500 company that specializes in networking systems and solutions. Papadopoulos is responsible for assessing Sun's technological investments, as well as directing the activities of Sun Laboratories and associated advanced development programs. He also provides leadership and consistency for hardware and software architectures across the company.

Papadopolous received his B.A. in systems science from the University of California at San Diego, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was an associate professor at MIT, where he conducted research in the areas of scalable systems, multithreaded/dataflow processor architecture, functional and declarative languages, and fault-tolerant computing.

Papadopolous went on to become a development engineer at Hewlett-Packard and Honeywell. He co-founded PictureTel Corporation, a developer and manufacturer of video conferencing solutions; Ergo Computing, Inc., which specializes in multimedia notebook computers; and Exa Corporation, a developer and marketer of fluid flow simulation software. Before joining Sun in 1994, he was a senior architect and director of product strategy for Thinking Machines. At Sun, he has been vice president of technology and advanced development for systems business, chief scientist for server systems engineering, and chief scientist for enterprise servers and storage.

Papadopolous is one of 14 industry experts in high-performance computing (HPC) who make up the CRPC's EAC. Members provide advice and direction on research and knowledge transfer activites that are beneficial to the HPC community as a whole. In addition, they help measure and evaluate the impact of the center's activities in industry, government, and academia.