Dr. Salim Hariri
Salim Hariri is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering at The University of Arizona. He received his
Ph.D. in computer engineering from University of Southern California
in 1986, MSc from The Ohio State University in 1982 and B. S. from Damascus University in 1977.
He is the UA site director of NSF Center for Cloud and Autonomic Computing and he is the
Editor-In-Chief for the CLUSTER COMPUTING JOURNAL (Springer, http://clus.edmgr.com).
He is the Founder of the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC) and the co-founder of the IEEE International Conference on Cloud and Autonomic Computing. He is co-author/editor of three books on Autonomic computing, parallel and distributed computing: Autonomic Computing,: Concepts, Infrastructure, and Applications (CRC Press, 2007), Tools and Environments for Parallel and Distributed Computing (Wiley, 2004), and Virtual Computing: Concept, Design and Evaluation (Kluwer, 2001), and Active Middleware Services (Kluwer, 2000).
Research interests include Cybersecurity modeling and analysis, resilient cyber cloud services, and high performance parallel and distributed systems.