I am a computer scientist specializing in the design and development of scalable methods of information storage, movement, and management for data-intensive high-performance computation.
My research interests include measurement, simulation, and design of high-performance storage systems. Details on select projects can be found below:
- Mochi: software-defined storage for scientific computing.
- Darshan: HPC I/O workload characterization.
- TOKIO: holistic analysis of I/O behavior in large-scale storage systems.
- CODES: parallel discrete event simulation of high-performance storage systems.
- Triton: high-performance storage system research and development.
- PVFS: parallel file system.
- IOFSL: portable I/O forwarding.
Phil Carns is a computer scientist in 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.
Phil Carns has worked at Argonne since 2008, acting as technical lead, principal investigator, or developer for influential HPC research projects including Darshan (application I/O characterization), TOKIO (platform I/O characterization), Mochi (composable data services), PVFS (parallel file system), CODES (storage system simulation), and the Exascale Computing Project (data libraries and services for exascale platforms). He is a recipient of multiple R&D 100 awards.
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