Neil Conway

I'm a sixth-year PhD student in Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. My advisor is Prof. Joe Hellerstein. My research focuses on distributed systems, logic programming, and data management for large data sets. Recent work includes the Berkeley Orders of Magnitude (BOOM) Project, the Bloom programming language for distributed computing, and MapReduce Online.

In the past, I've contributed to the development of the PostgreSQL database system. I was also an early employee at Truviso, a stream processing company. I received my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Queen's University in 2007.

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You can often find me in Soda Hall, room 773.

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