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Department welcomes Brandon Myers to its faculty

Myers with Old Capitol in the background

Brandon Myers is a Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Iowa. he received his PhD at the University of Washington in Sampa Computer Architecture and UW Database labs, advised by Mark Oskin and Bill Howe, where he built systems that enable fast and flexible parallel programming. Previously, he had worked on Grappa, the high-performance partioned global address space (PGAS) runtime, Radish, a database query processor built on a parallel language compiler (and Raco query compiler), and Apache REEF, a big data application server built upon Hadoop YARN.