Kevin Fall's Home Page

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Rd., 50B-2239
Berkeley, CA 94720

phone: +1 (510) 486-6357
Fax: +1 (510) 486-6363

Kevin Fall is a Staff Computer Scientist in the Information and Computing Sciences Division at LBNL . He joined the Network Research Group in September, 1995.

In Spring '96 he taught the graduate computer networking class, CS268, in the UC Berkeley Computer Science Division with Mike Luby.

Kevin received a BA in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 1988. While an undergraduate at Berkeley, he worked on several projects including VorTeX, the DASH operating system, and later for the Computer Systems Research Group (CSRG), the developers of Berkeley UNIX. He later went to Project Athena at MIT during the summer of 1989 before beginning graduate school at UCSD. He completed an MS degree in computer science at UCSD in 1991, followed by the PhD in 1994. His dissertation was in the general area of Operating Systems, with a focus on designing I/O subsystems for I/O intensive applications. His advisor was Professor Joseph Pasquale. Kevin has been a postdoctoral scholar for both UCSD and MIT. He has also taught a number of classes for the UCSD and UCSC Extension programs, where he teaches classes in TCP/IP Networking.

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Last updated 4 May 1998.
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