CNS Research Scientist George Porter recently was awarded a prestigious NetApp Faculty Fellowship. This fellowship program was established by NetApp to fund innovative research on data storage and related topics that help to foster relationships between academic researchers and engineers and researchers at NetApp. Only eight to ten fellowships are given per year, with only one previous recipient (YY Zhou) being at UC San Diego. Dr. Porter will use the funds to research new ways to incorporate networked storage within highly efficient data-intensive computing environments.
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