Program · · Organizations ·
Kate Keahey is one of the pioneers of infrastructure cloud computing. She created the Nimbus project, recognized as the first open source Infrastructure-as-a-Service implementation, and continues to work on research aligning cloud computing concepts with the needs of scientific centers and applications. To facilitate such research for the community at large, Kate leads the Chameleon project, providing a deeply reconfigurable, large-scale, and open experimental platform for Computer Science research. Kate also co-founded and serves as co-Editor-in-Chief of the SoftwareX journal, a new format designed to publish software contributions. Kate is a Senior Computer Scientist with the Math and Computer Science division at Argonne National Laboratory and a Senior Fellow at the Computation Institute at the University of Chicago.
State of the Practice
Chair of Sessions
Clouds and Distributed Computing