Robert Morris
Room 32-G972
32 Vassar Street
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
rtm@csail.mit.edu

I work at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) in the PDOS group. I'm teaching 6.824.

I'm interested in efficient systems software for multicore machines, and in various kinds of storage systems. For example, I'm involved in the MOSBENCH project to understand and improve Linux kernel scalability on multicore machines. Past projects I've worked in include Click, Roofnet, RON, Chord and DHash, Ivy, Pastwatch, Asbestos, and Corey. You can find my MIT papers on the PDOS publications page, and my pre-MIT papers here.