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David Walker

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    Research interests

    Parallel and distributed computing

    About

    Since 1996 I have been a professor in the School of Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff University in the UK. From 1988-1996 I was a researcher in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at Oak Ridge National Lab. From 1986-1988 I was an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. Before that I spent nearly 3 years as a staff member of the Caltech Concurrent Computing Project at the California Institute of Technology. I have a PhD in Physics from Queen Mary University of London, and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge.

    Co-authors (179)

    Publications (5)

    • Introduction to the 10th International Workshop on Java™ and Components for Parallelism, Distribution and Concurrency

      • Caromel D
      • Chaumette S
      • Fox G
      • et al.
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    • Introduction to the 9th international workshop on java™ and components for parallelism, distribution and concurrency

      • Caromel D
      • Chaumette S
      • Fox G
      • et al.
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    • Network QoS provision for distributed grid applications

      • Al-Ali R
      • Sohail S
      • Rana O
      • et al.
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      12Citations
    • ScaLAPACK: A portable linear algebra library for distributed memory computers - Design issues and performance

      • Choi J
      • Demmel J
      • Dhillon I
      • et al.
      N/AReaders
      85Citations
    • ScaLAPACK: A portable linear algebra library for distributed memory computers – Design issues and performance

      • Choi J
      • Demmel J
      • Dhillon I
      • et al.
      N/AReaders
      14Citations

    Education

    Physics

    Queen Mary University of London

    October 1979 - June 1983(4 years)

    Physics

    Queen Mary University of London

    October 1977 - July 1979(2 years)

    Mathematics

    Jesus College

    January 1973 - January 1976(3 years)