Ted Wobber

Ted joined MSR Silicon Valley Lab from Compaq (DEC) Systems Research Center in 2001, and was still active at MSR SV until its closing in September 2014.  His research interests include operating systems, distributed systems, storage, and security.  At MSR SV, Ted was recently working on distributed systems and storage issues such as those addressed by the Corfu and Flashlight projects.  He was also looking into better ways to make trust decisions given the constraints of the global Public Key Infrastructure along the lines being investigated in the Totient project.

Previous projects included:

Ted's previous work at Digital/Compaq SRC included Pachyderm, a web-based mail agent constructed using a full-text index, and PJB, a portable hard-disk based MP3 player.

A full CV is here.

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