Contact: Wu Feng
The Systems, Networking, and Renaissance Grokking (SyNeRGy) Lab conducts basic and applied research that provides scientists and engineers with scalable and efficient computational tools that enable them to concentrate on their science and engineering rather than on the computer science and engineering. To that end, we explore a breadth of complementary intellectual activities that span the high- performance & enterprise-wide spectrum --- from systems software to middleware to applications software to tools --- in order to empower cyber-scientists and cyber-engineers of tomorrow.
Elizabeth and James E. Turner Jr. '56 Faculty Fellowship and Associate Professor
Granting Institution: National Science Foundation
Granting Institution: RNET Technologies