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Jeffrey K. Hollingsworth

Email: hollings@cs.umd.edu

Current Position: Professor

Office: 4155 A.V. Williams

Phone: +1 301 405 2708

Technical Material:

  • Recent Papers
  • CV
  • Research Interests:
  • Tools for Parallel Computing
  • Operating Systems
  • Computer Networks
  • Distributed Systems
  • Software Distributions
  • dyninstAPI - A library for runtime instrumentation of programs
  • Active Harmony - A toolkit for building self tuning applications
  • START - A web-based conference submission and review management package
  • Grindstone - A set of PVM programs designed to test parallel tools
  • Affiliated Research Groups:
  • Active Harmony
  • Dyninst Project
  • Service:
  • Editor in Chief PARCO
  • Vice Chair, SIGHPC
  • Steering Committee, SC Conference Series
  • Classes:
  • CMSC 412 - Operating Systems
  • Spring 2014
  • Fall 2011
  • Spring 2010
  • Spring 2004
  • Spring 2003
  • Spring 2002
  • Spring 1998
  • Spring 1996
  • CMSC 818P - Exascale Computing
  • Spring 2013
  • CMSC714 - High Performance Computing
  • Fall 2010
  • Fall 2008
  • Fall 2006
  • Fall 2003
  • Fall 2002
  • Spring 2000
  • CMSC 212 - Introduction to Low Level Programming
  • Spring 2007
  • Spring 2005
  • CMSC417 - Computer Networking
  • Fall 2001
  • Fall 1999
  • Fall 1997
  • Spring 1997
  • CMSC818Z - Special Topics in Systems - HPC
  • Spring 1999
  • Fall 1996
  • Spring 1995
  • CMSC311 - Computer Organization
  • Fall 1995
  • Fall 1994
  • Other Professional Links:
  • SC Conference Series
  • ACM SIG HPC
  • Notes from the 1/18/95 seminar on getting on track as a graduate student.
  • Other Interests:
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Golf
  • Coke Machines
  • As seen in the Wisconsin State Journal and Wired
  • Weather (e.g., xweather)
  • Street Maps(e.g., xmap)
  • Address:
        Jeff Hollingsworth
        Computer Science Department
        University of Maryland
        College Park, MD 20742
    

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