Kevin Huck is Research Faculty and Computer Scientist at the University of Oregon. Dr. Huck was awarded his PhD (2009) in Computer and Information Science from the University of Oregon. Previously, Dr. Huck has worked in various private industry efforts and as a postdoc at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (2009-2011). Dr. Huck works primarily in the area of large scale parallel performance measurement, analysis and visualization. Dr. Huck is the creator and primary developer of APEX (Autonomic Performance Environment for eXascale), a measurement and feedback-control infrastructure for asynchronous, user-level threading runtimes like OpenMP and HPX. He is also the creator and primary developer of PerfExplorer, a data mining framework for large scale parallel performance analysis. His other research interests include application and workflow performance measurement, analysis, aggregation and visualization as well as lightweight measurement, dynamic runtime optimization and feedback/control systems for asynchronous multitasking runtimes.