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Jaroslaw Nabrzyski

Jaroslaw Nabrzyski

Concurrent Associate Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Concurrent Associate Professor
College of Engineering

Email: naber@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-2400

Office: 1020 Jenkins Nanovic


Ph.D., Computer Science, Poznan University of Technology, 2000

C.A.S., Business Management, Poznan University of Economics, 1993

M.S., Computer Science, Poznan University of Technology, 1992


Nabrzyski, before joining the University of Notre Dame, has worked for 13 years at the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center in Poland, where he managed the scientific applications department, and later at Louisiana State University where he was executive director of the Center for Computation and Technology (CCT). In this role Nabrzyski was responsible for overseeing CCT's cyberinfrastructure research and development, HPC operations and support, economic development and research enablement.

Nabrzyski has a master's degree in information sciences and a doctor of philosophy degree in computer science from the Poznan University of Technology. He serves as the European Commission's expert on grid and distributed computing.

Nabrzyski, as a director of the University of Notre Dame's Center for Research Computing (CRC) leads the preparation, promotion and execution of a visionary roadmap for the growth, evolution and utilization of computational technologies in support of advancing research initiatives from all of Notre Dame's colleges.

Summary of Activities/Interests

Nabrzyski's research interests have been focused on multi-objective project scheduling and resource management techniques for parallel and distributed computing. He has been working on tools and middleware technologies for computational grids and distributed systems. His primary goal is to develop tools and technologies to enhance cyberinfrastructure.


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