Computer Engineering Department
Baskin School of Engineering
University of California
1156 High Street, MS SOE3
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
|E-mail:||elm «at» ucsc·edu|
|Office:||+1 (831) 459-1222|
|Cell:||+1 (831) 345-4864|
|FAX:||+1 (831) 459-1041|
|All of my contact info is in this vCard.|
|Office:||337A Engineering 2|
|Mon 2:30–4:00 PM
Wed 9:30–10:30 AM
The Computer Engineering Department is looking for two new faculty members, one in hardware acceleration, and another in cyber-physical systems. Please see the ads for details; I'm happy to talk with prospective faculty about the department, Baskin School of Engineering, and the university as a whole.
My group is currently looking for 1–3 Ph.D. students interested in research in
storage systems and security, including topics such as system support for persistent
memory, archival storage, large-scale distributed and cloud storage, and storage security.
Please read this page if you're
interested in working with us on cutting-edge systems research as part of the
SSRC and CRSS.
IMPORTANT: I've recently moved to the Computer Engineering Department. While I can advise students in the Computer Science program, please apply to the Computer Engineering Ph.D. program if you want full consideration for support in your first year.
I'm the Director of the NSF I/UCRC Center for Research in Storage Systems (CRSS) and the Associate Director of the Storage Systems Research Center here at UC Santa Cruz, where I explore issues in file and storage systems and, more generally, distributed systems and operating systems. My current projects include file systems for next-generation storage technologies, archival storage systems, file system security, scalable file system indexing, and exascale storage systems. I'm also interested in storage system benchmarks, algorithms to more efficiently manage storage, and information retrieval from very large text and multimedia corpora as well as other problems in computer systems and security.
If you're an undergrad who's been assigned to me for advising, please come to my office during office hours (see above). Make sure you have copies of all of your relevant transcripts—unofficial copies are fine.
The best way to contact me is via e-mail (see address above). However, I only read email once or twice per day, so if you need a fast response to a short message, please use instant messaging. Phone messages aren't a good way to reach me, since I rarely check voicemail. If you want to meet me in person or arrange a phone call outside of office hours, please contact our group's admin, Cynthia McCarley, to set up a meeting time.