Dan has been working at Berkeley Lab since 2005, starting in the Future Technologies Group as a graduate student researcher while studying at U.C. Berkeley (advisor: Katherine Yelick). He is now is a full-time staff member with the CLaSS Group working mainly as a system designer and software engineer for the Pagoda project. Dan is the original designer of the GASNet communication system, and has made significant design contributions to the UPC, UPC++ and Titanium programming languages/models. Current research interests include Partitioned Global Address Space (PGAS) programming models, and networking protocols for High-Performance Computing.
Parallel Programming Languages, Libraries, and Models