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Geoffrey C. Fox

Professor, Computer Science, Syracuse University
Director, Northeastern Parallel Architectures Center

Geoffrey Fox is an internationally recognized expert in the use of parallel architectures and the development of concurrent algorithms. His research has focused on the development and use of parallel computing to solve large-scale computational problems. His professional experience includes work at Syracuse University, Caltech, the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory. Among his research publications, he has coauthored Solving Problems on Concurrent Processors and edits Concurrency: Practice and Experience and the International Journal of Modern Physics.

Fox is also active in outreach activities for high-performance computing. He is a leading proponent for the development of computational science as an academic discipline and a scientific method. He directs the computational science program at Syracuse University, which offers undergraduate and graduate concentrations in the subject. Fox has also served as dean for educational computing and assistant provost for computing at Caltech.

As a member of the CRPC Executive Committee and as the coordinator for the CRPC's application projects, Fox plays a vital role in executing the center's goal of making parallel computing truly usable to scientists and engineers. Fox has been active in the CRPC's knowledge transfer activities to industry. He has directed ACTION-NYS, which is focused on accelerating the introduction of parallel computing into New York State industry, and has helped to organize the CRPC's PCE-TECH project, which is attempting to help scientific applications developers use the latest parallel technologies to their fullest potential. The most recent knowledge transfer initiative that he has been involved with is InfoMall (see related article), a partnership between more than 25 different organizations from industry and research focused on stimulating the high-performance computing and communications software and systems industry.

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