May 3rd, 2009

    Phil Carns is a principal software development specialist at the Mathematics and Computer Science division of Argonne National Laboratory. He is also an adjunct associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at Clemson University and a fellow of the Northwestern-Argonne Institute for Science and Engineering. For more information:

    Research projects

    May 3rd, 2009

    My research interests include measurement, simulation, and design of high-performance storage systems.  Details on specific projects can be found below:

    • Mochi: software-defined storage for scientific computing.
    • TOKIO: holistic analysis of I/O behavior in large-scale storage systems.
    • CODES: parallel discrete event simulation of high-performance¬†storage systems.
    • Darshan: HPC I/O workload characterization.
    • Triton: high-performance storage system research and development.
    • PVFS: parallel file system.
    • IOFSL: portable I/O forwarding.