Dr. Hildebrand is a file systems researcher at the IBM Almaden Research Lab and a recognized expert in the field of distributed and parallel file systems. He has authored numerous scientific publications, created over 21 patents, chaired HPDC and PDSW, and sat on the program committee of numerous conferences including FAST, SC, HPDC, MSST, and MASCOTS.
Dr. Hildebrand pioneered pNFS and the primary author on the first paper to demonstrate the feasibility of providing standard and scalable access to any parallel file system.
Dean holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan. The title of his dissertation is,"Distributed Access to Parallel File Systems". He also has a B.Sc. (Honours) from the University of British Columbia.
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