Boon Thau Loo

Associate Professor
Computer and Information Science (CIS)

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Honors and Awards:  NSF CAREER award - 2009, ACM SIGMOD Dissertation Award - 2007, David J. Sakrison Memorial Prize - 2006

Research Expertise: Databases | Distributed Systems

Boon's research focuses on distributed data management systems, Internet-scale query processing, and the application of database technologies to networked systems. He is particularly interested in developing information-centric network architectures that can be easily extended, composed, and formally verified. His recent projects include applying declarative networking techniques in the areas of dynamic network composition, adaptive mobile ad-hoc networks, and scalable knowledge-based networks. He is also exploring novel database-inspired techniques for diagnosing, securing, and verifying network protocols.

Education:
PhD - University of California at Berkeley
MS - Stanford University
BS - University of California at Berkeley

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