Thuy T. Le received his Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley in 1990, 1987, and 1985 respectively. Presently he is an Associate Professor in Department of Electrical Engineering at San Jose State University and a Senior Researcher in High Performance Computing Department at Fujitsu America, Inc. From 1988 to 1990, he was a Physics Instructor at U.C. Berkeley and College of Alameda, and was also a Research Assistant in Physics Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. From 1990 to 1993, he was a Researcher in Scientific Computation Division at Savannah River Laboratory and an Adjunct Professor in Mathematical Department at University of South Carolina. Thuy T. Le has also served as general chair, technical program chair, and committee member of several international conferences and symposiums. His publications include technical papers, seminars, and reports in broad areas of parallel and distributed computing and algorithms, computer architectures, computational reactor physics and fluid dynamics. He has been continuously selected for listing in Who's Who in Science and Engineering and Who's Who in America published by Marquis Who's Who. He was also nominated by his former honor students and is currently listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers: The Best Teachers in America Selected By The Best Students. His current research interests include topics in digital communication, computer networking, digital system design, microprocessor and microcontroller, cluster computing and cluster architectures, computational grid and distributed computing, parallel simulation languages, applications of probability theory and random signal processing, scientific software developments and implementation, computational electronic packaging, and radiation effects to electronic devices and systems.

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