Gregory (Grisha) Chockler
Research Staff Member,
IBM Haifa Research Laboratory

During 2003-2005, I was a postdoctoral associate with the Theory of Distributed Systems group, MIT/ CSAIL

Ph.D., CS and Eng. School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 2003.

IBM Haifa Labs
Haifa University Campus,
Mount Carmel,
Haifa 31905, ISRAEL.
Email: chockler AT il.ibm.com, grishac AT csail.mit.edu
Tl: +972-4-829-6414, Fax: 972-4-829-6112

My Google Scholar Profile
My home page at IBM Research

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Conference Committees, Organization, Editorial Boards:


Research:

My research interests include both theoretical and practical aspects of distributed computing. In particular, peer-to-peer systems, scalable pub/sub communciation, fault-tolerance and high availability in a variety of settings, distributed middelware and service oriented computing (aka SOA), reliable storage systems, shared memory, and group-communication.

Some past and present projects I am/was involved in:


Courses

6.897 Principles of Fault-Tolerant Distributed Computing, Fall Term 2004, MIT: Course
web-page

67808 Operating Systems, Spring Term 2003, Hebrew University: Course web-page

67808 Operating Systems, Fall Term 2002, Hebrew University: Course web-page

67629 Topics in Distributed Middleware Systems, Spring Term 2002, Hebrew University: Course web-page (archived version coming soon)


Advising (students, postdocs):


grishac AT csail.mit.edu
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