Dr. Michel has worked in the distributed computing field for 20 years, starting with designing data serialization algorithms for MPI (his PhD subject), making multimedia network streams to be used on commercial off the shelf hardware time synchronized, implementing a job scheduling software, architecting data-driven research evaluation platforms, and lead the team at NIST team using OpenStack to build an evaluation agnostic benchmarking model to allow researchers to bring their algorithms to specialized datasets.
He is Director of Scientific Computing at Data Machines Corp, a Docker Mentor, co-chair of the IEEE P2302 effort on Cloud Federation and the Open Research Cloud Alliance, as well as the North American co-chair for the OpenStack Scientific Special Interest Group.
He is also an avid technology enthusiast and hacker, a researcher, program manager and team lead, an Open Source developer since 1999, and an infrastructure & solutions architect.
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