John Goodhue is a business and technical leader with 30 years of experience in networking and high-performance computing. He has held senior engineering management, general management, and technology leadership positions at established organizations such Cisco and BBN, and has been on the early management teams for several start-up companies. His experience includes developing and delivering networking products and services to public telecommunications and Internet service providers, and high-performance computing systems for national laboratories and research institutions worldwide.
John is currently the executive director of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, a joint project between MIT, the University of Massachusetts, Boston University, Northeastern University, and Harvard University to operate a scientific computing center to support the growing demands of faculty-driven research. John holds a BS in Computer Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.