Malte Schwarzkopf
Office G980,
32 Vassar Street,
Cambridge, MA 02139

I am a postdoc in the PDOS group at MIT CSAIL. My interests lie in distributed systems and operating systems.

Before joining MIT, I spent several enjoyable years in the Titan Room (FN07) of the NetOS group at the Computer Laboratory in the other Cambridge. My old webpage is still up for the time being.

You can find me on Twitter as @ms705. My wife, Julia Netter, is a political philosopher.

I'm on the academic job market in 2018/2019.
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My PhD dissertation looks at operating systems for datacenter environments, and at new approaches to cluster scheduling for datacenters.

For more, including workshop and journal papers, see the full publication list or Google Scholar.


In Spring 2018, I co-taught 6.824: Distributed Systems with Robert Morris.