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Gabriel A. Parmer Faculty Member

Positions

  • Encouraged the development of a systems culture at GWU. Oversaw operatingsystems research investigating predictability, multicore, reliability, and how toproviding a safe, and programmable physical infrastructure. Taught basic andadvanced operating systems, and encouraged student involvement and interestin both Computer Science, and operating systems., Department of Computer Science , School of Engineering and Applied Science 2009 -
My group focuses on the reliability, security, and predictability of mission-critical systems. We approach this problem by expanding the capabilities of the core software of the system, the Operating System. In doing so, we've achieved success in spreading our ideas and contributions (we've been ranked between 9-14 on csrankings.org in the embedded and real-time realm in the US). This research has attracted over $>4.5M in funding from the NSF, DoD, and Industry. We've received four paper/best-student paper awards for this work. See the project's webpage at composite.seas.gwu.edu. I've served as the PC chair, then the general chair of 2017 and 2018 IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS), which is one of the flagship conferences in my field. I've also been the Finance Chair for IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS) -- the other flagship conference -- and part of the IEEE Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems (TCRTS). I've advised 11 PhD students, 9 MS students, and 30 undergraduates, many of whom have published.

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