Emin Gün Sirer

Emin Gün Sirer is a Turkish-American computer scientist.wikipedia
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Emin Gün Sirer, professor at Cornell University, dedicated to building and studying distributed and peer-to-peer systems

Turkish Americans

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Emin Gün Sirer is a Turkish-American computer scientist.

Computer scientist

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Emin Gün Sirer is a Turkish-American computer scientist.

Cornell University

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He is currently an associate professor of computer science at Cornell University, co-director of IC3. Before becoming a professor at Cornell University Sirer worked at AT&T Bell Labs on Plan 9, at DEC SRC, and at NEC.

Peer-to-peer

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He is known for his contributions to peer-to-peer systems, operating systems and computer networking.

Operating system

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He is known for his contributions to peer-to-peer systems, operating systems and computer networking.

Computer network

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He is known for his contributions to peer-to-peer systems, operating systems and computer networking.

Robert College

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Sirer attended high-school at Robert College, received his undergraduate degree at Princeton University, and finished his graduate studies at the University of Washington.

Princeton University

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Sirer attended high-school at Robert College, received his undergraduate degree at Princeton University, and finished his graduate studies at the University of Washington.

University of Washington

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Sirer attended high-school at Robert College, received his undergraduate degree at Princeton University, and finished his graduate studies at the University of Washington.

Doctor of Philosophy

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He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering in 2002 under the supervision of Brian N. Bershad.

Bell Labs

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Before becoming a professor at Cornell University Sirer worked at AT&T Bell Labs on Plan 9, at DEC SRC, and at NEC.

DEC Systems Research Center

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Before becoming a professor at Cornell University Sirer worked at AT&T Bell Labs on Plan 9, at DEC SRC, and at NEC.

NEC

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Before becoming a professor at Cornell University Sirer worked at AT&T Bell Labs on Plan 9, at DEC SRC, and at NEC.

SPIN (operating system)

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He developed the SPIN (operating system), where the implementation and interface of an operating system could be modified safely at run-time by type-safe extension code.

Popular Science

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Hashgraph

Cornell Professor Emin Gün Sirer notes that “The correctness of the entire Hashgraph protocol seems to hinge on every participant knowing and agreeing upon N, the total number of participants in the system,” which is "a difficult number to determine in an open distributed system.” Baird responded that “All of the nodes at a given time know how many nodes there are.”