Maintains memberships and strong working relationships with domestic and international cloud standards bodies, government entities, and working groups that coordinate
future directions of cloud services.
Provides experience in creating and managing high performance computing and Grid frameworks that span local, regional, and national scales.
Conducts research in future computing capabilities that dramatically increase Texas Tech University's novel computational research and opportunities in scientific innovations.
Coordinates disciplinary and interdisciplinary research engagements and industry partnerships to identify, foster, and develop new research and educational opportunities.
Stays abreast with new computing, storage, and visualization technologies and their scope and impact in scientific computing.
Collaborates with campus researchers, students, and other TTU-supported projects and programs to create a skilled IT workforce that could connect domain sciences and computing capabilities.
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