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Karsten Schwan was born on 21 August, 1952 in German.

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Age63 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born21 August 1952
Birthday21 August
Date of death28 September 2015
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He earned his B.S. degree at West Germany’s Christian-Albrechts Universitaet. Later, he received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Carnegie Mellon University where he began his research in high performance computing, addressing operating and programming systems support for the Cm* multiprocessor. During the graduate school, he married Cheryl Gaimon, who later becomes Regents’ Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology. His thesis, “Tailoring Software for Multiple Processor Systems,” was selected as one of six theses in 1982 to be printed as a book in the “Computer Science Series” by UMI Research Press.


Since 2016, the International Conference on Autonomic Conference (ICAC) and High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Computing (HPDC) have named the Best Paper awards after Schwan.


He won the 2008 HP Labs Innovation Research Award and is elected IEEE Fellow at 2016 posthumously.


In 1983, Schwan started at Ohio State University as an Assistant Professor. He has two children: Valerie Ringland and Phillip Gaimon. He established the PArallel, Real-time Systems (PARTS) Laboratory, containing both custom embedded processors and commercial parallel machines, and conducting research on operating and programming system support for cluster computing and for adaptive real-time systems. In 1988, Schwan moved to Georgia Institute of Technology as an Associate Professor with tenure. In 2001 he co-founded CERCS, the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems. He became a Regents’ professor in 2010.


Karsten Schwan (August 21, 1952 – September 28, 2015) was an American computer pioneer, academic who had held the position of Professor of Computer Science and the director of Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) at the Georgia Institute of Technology.