Professor of Computer Sciences (1985)
M.Sc., mathematics, BITS, Pilani, India; M.S., computer science, Michigan State University; Ph.D., computer science, Michigan State University, 1985.
Vernon Rego directs research in the Parallel Computation and Simulation Laboratory (PacsLab) in Purdue's computer sciences department. His research interests include software systems for high-performance distributed computation, network protocols, threads systems, parallel stochastic simulation, computational probability and performance, and software engineering. His current projects include the ACES software architecture for multi-threaded distributed computing and parallel simulation, including the EcliPSe replicated simulation system (for which he was awarded an IEEE and Gordon Bell Prize), the ParaSol process-oriented distributed simulation system, and the CLAM protocol suite. He was also awarded a German Research Council Award for Computer Networking Research. He has been an invited researcher at the Oak Ridge National Laboratories and an ACM National Lecturer. He is an Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Computers and a member of The DoD Advanced Distributed Simulation Research Consortium's (ADSRC) advisory board.
Projects: Parallel Computation and Simulation Laboratory (PacsLab), Effectiveness and Performance in Software Testing, White-box Models for the Estimation of Software Testing, ACES Project, Ariadne Threads System, Arachne Threads System, Conch Communications System, Clam Communications System, EcliPSe Simulation System, ParaSol Distributed Simulation System, The DISplay System, Software Engineering Research Center (SERC)
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