Systems Research Lab (SRL) Faculty
Engineering 2, Room 369
Carlos Maltzahn is Director of the UCSC Systems Research Lab, Director of the UCSC/Los Alamos Institute for Scalable Scientific Data Management, and Associate Adjunct Professor of Computer Science.
Engineering 2, Room 347B
Scott Brandt is Professor of Computer Science, the UCSC Director of the ISSDM and Director of the UCSC Systems Research Laboratory. He is also co- founder of the UCSC Storage Systems Research Center. Scott's research is in the area of Computer Systems. He specializes in both storage systems and real-time systems. His current storage system research focuses on high-performance peta-scale distributed object-based storage, while his real-time research focuses on integrating real-time and non-real-time processing into a uniform processing environment. His most recent research intregrates the two, researching novel solutions for robust guaranteeable management of varied system resources, including CPU, disk, memory, and network.
Dr. Ike Nassi
Technical: DEC: VAX-11, Ada, Bliss, Corporate Research
IEEE Computer Society - Industry Advisory Board
Engineering 2, Room 323
Katia Obraczka is a Professor at UC Santa Cruz's Jack Baskin School of Engineering. Her research and teaching interests include computer networks, distributed systems, Internet information systems, and operating systems.
Engineering 2, Room 353
Neoklis Polyzotis is currently an associate professor at UC Santa Cruz. His research focuses on online index tuning, scientific data management, and declarative crowdsourcing. He is the recipient of an NSF CAREER award in 2004 and of an IBM Faculty Award in 2005 and 2006. He has also received the runner-up for best paper in VLDB 2007 and the best newcomer paper award in ACM PODS 2008. He received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 2003.
Engineering 2 Room 343B
Wang-Chiew Tan is a Professor of Computer Science at University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her B.Sc. (First Class) in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore in 1996 and her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002. Between 2010-2012, she worked at IBM Research - Almaden on IBM Almaden's grand challenge project, Splash. Her research is in the general area of database systems and her recent research topics include data provenance and information integration. She is the recipient of an NSF CAREER award, Google Faculty Award, three Best Paper Awards, and several of her publications have been invited to and appeared in special issues for selected papers.