NFS Sensitive to High Performance Networks
Richard Martin joined Rutgers University an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department in 1999. Dr. Martin has published extensively in the areas of large scale cluster computing, parallel processing and high performance messaging. A consistent theme throughout Dr. Martin's research is the interaction of live systems with modeling and performance analysis.
His work on high performance messaging software was incorporated into the Inktomi search engine, a commercially successful spinoff of the Berkeley NOW project. A recent collaboration with researchers at the University of Washington resulted in extensive design and analysis of high-performance, deeply embedded processors, including on video-on-demand and Internet routing. His current research interests include massive data aggregation, soft-real time query processing, and highly fault tolerant systems.