Dorian Arnold is an associate professor of Computer
Science at Emory University. His research interests
include operating and distributed systems,
fault-tolerance, online (streaming) data analysis and
high-performance tools. Professor Arnold's research group
maintains healthy collaborations with leading U.S.
national labs, including the Lawrence Livermore, Los
Alamos and Sandia National Labs. In part due to such
collaborations, Professor Arnold's research projects have
won Top 100 R&D awards in 1999 and 2011. In 2017, he was
selected as an ACM Distinguished Speaker.
received Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from
the Universities of Wisconsin and Tennessee, respectively.
He also received his B.S. in Math/CS from Regis University
(Denver, CO) and his A.S. in Physics, Chemistry and Math
from St. John's Junior College (Belize).