Dr. Jeff Squyres is Cisco's representative to the MPI Forum standards body and is Cisco's core software developer in the open source Open MPI project. He has worked in the High Performance Computing (HPC) field since his early graduate-student days in the mid-1990's, and is a chapter author of the MPI-2 and MPI-3 standards.
Jeff received both a BS in Computer Engineering and a BA in English Literature from the University of Notre Dame in 1994; he received a MS in Computer Science and Engineering from Notre Dame two years later in 1996. After some active duty tours in the military, Jeff received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Notre Dame in 2004. Jeff then worked as a Post-Doctoral research associate at Indiana University, until he joined Cisco in 2006.
In Cisco, Jeff is part of the VIC group (Virtual Interface Card, Cisco's virtualized server NIC) in the larger UCS server group. He works in designing and writing systems-level software for optimized network IO in HPC and other high-performance types of applications. Jeff also represents Cisco to several open source software communities and the MPI Forum standards body.