Gregory Ganger is the Jatras Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. His group explores new ways of structuring computer systems to address technology changes and enable new functionalities. They have ongoing projects in such areas as cloud computing, system support for big data analytics, resource scheduling, and distributed storage systems. Ganger's Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering is from The University of Michigan, and he spent two-and-a-half years in postdoctoral training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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1995 Ph.D., University of Michigan

1993 MS, University of Michigan

1991 BS, University of Michigan


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Niraj Tolia receives 2023 Parallel Data Lab Distinguished Alumni Award

Carnegie Mellon University’s Parallel Data Lab (PDL) has recognized Niraj Tolia (BS '02, MS '03, Ph.D. '07), CEO and Co-Founder of Alcion, as the recipient of its 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award.

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One framework to rule them all

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