Prior to Joining BU in 2009 I was a Research Staff Member at IBM
Research in New York. I graduated with my PhD in 2006 from the
University of Toronto under the supervision of Professor Michael
Stumm. Short CV -
Long CV -
Reviewer for IEEE Internet Computing, Issue on
Guest Lecture at Artemis @ BU 2012
Program committee member for VEE 2013 (the ACM SIGPLAN/SIGOPS
International Conference on Virtual Execution Environments).
Invited to present at the DOE Workshop on Exascale Operating
Systems and Runtime Software -- The goal of this workshop is to
explore fundamental computer science research directions in
operating systems and runtime (OS/R) software, engaging the
research community on the Exascale OS and runtime software
Awarded MGHPCC Seed Grant: Clinical Elastic High
Named Junior Faculty Fellow of the The Rafik B. Hariri
Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering
at Boston University.
Jonathan Appavoo and Dan Schatzberg, "Transistor Scaled HPC
Performance", Boston University Technical Report BUCS-TR-2012-009,
creation date: Dec 2, 2010, submitted as TR on Feb 14, 2012.
Dan Schatzberg, Jonathan Appavoo, Orran Krieger and Eric Van
Hensbergen, "Why Elasticity Matters", Boston University Technical
Report BUCS-TR-2012-006, creation date: Jan 16, 2011, submitted as
TR on Feb 14, 2012.
Jonathan Appavoo, Amos Waterland, and Dan Schatzberg,
"Programmable Smart Machines", Boston University Technical
Report BUCS-TR-2012-007, creation date: Jan 16, 2011, submitted as TR
on Feb 14, 2012.
Dan Schatzberg, Jonathan Appavoo, Orran Krieger, and Eric
Van Hensbergen, "Scalable Elastic Systems Architecture", in proceedings of the ASPLOS RESoLVE 2011 Workshop, ACM, March 5,
2011, Newport Beach, California.
Jan Stoess, Jonathan Appavoo, Udo Steinberg, Amos Waterland,
Volkmar Uhlig, and Jens Kehne, "A light-weight virtual machine
monitor for Blue Gene/P", in proceedings of the 1st International
Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers
(ROSS'11), ACM, May 31, 2011, Tucson, Arizona.