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Phillip B. Gibbons

Computer Science Department
Electrical & Computer Engineering Department
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA
Office: 7221 Gates-Hillman Center


Phil Gibbons is a Professor in the Computer Science Department and the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley in 1989. Gibbons was a researcher in the Mathematical Sciences Research Center at AT&T Bell Laboratories (1990-1996), the Information Sciences Research Center at Lucent Bell Laboratories (1996-2001), the Intel Research Pittsburgh Lablet (2001-2011), and the Intel Science and Technology Center for Cloud Computing (2011-2015). His research areas include big data, parallel computing, databases, cloud computing, sensor networks, distributed systems and computer architecture. Gibbons' publications span theory and systems, across a broad range of computer science and engineering (e.g., conference papers in ASPLOS, ATC, CCS, DSAA, EuroSys, HPCA, ICDM, ISCA, MICRO, NIPS, PACT, PODC, PPoPP, SoCC, SODA and SPAA since 2012).

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Current Research Projects

Selected Prior Research Projects

Selected Talks and Surveys (Note: Viewing ppt files in a browser may miss out on the animations.)


Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Recent Awards and Honors (2006-present)

Recent Professional Service (2010-present)


Page last updated: August 2015