Dr. Cui Lin (林翠)
  Assistant Professor
  Director, Keck Computational Science Center

  Department of Computer Science
  California State University, Fresno
  E-mail:  clin AT csufresno.edu
  Phone: 559-278-4635  
  Fax :    559-278-4197


 Dr. Cui Lin currently is a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, and the director of Keck Computational Science Center at California State University, Fresno. She received her Ph.D. in computer science from Wayne State University in 2010. Dr. Lin was an IBM certified DB2 Database Expert, and she worked for IBM (IBM Global Services) as the system analyst and project manager after she received her B.E. in Computer Science from Beijing Information Science and Technology University.

Her research interests focus on the management of big data and scientific workflows on service-oriented Cloud computing environment, and the development of data and compute intensive scientific applications. She has published many refereed international conference papers and journals, including IEEE Transactions on Services Computing and IEEE Transactions on  Information Technology in Biomedicine. She is a member of IEEE.

 Dr. Lin is now leading computing efforts on the ATLAS Tier-3 OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure (108 cores, 45TB data storage), collaborating with the Lawrence Berkley Lab, Brookhaven National Lab, Nanjing University, University of Electronic and Science Technology of China for the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider of the CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research). The project was recently supported by the NSF award. She is also overseeing the operation and management of the  CloudStack Cloud Infrastructure (256 cores, 111TB data storage) in the Keck Computational Science Center.

My story with the Blue...
VIsual sciEntific Workflow management system (VIEW)
The Coclustering model and BCA algorithm are applied to Neuroscience.
New particle discovery at LHC of CERN and its potential huge positive impacts on Fresno State. details
We received NSF Award that supports CSU Fresno ATLAS in 6/2012 - 5/2015 .
The Urban and Regional Transformation (URT) cohort website is launched by Fall 2012.
Contact me directly if you want to access OpenStack Cloud and CloudStack Cloud from our Web portal.
Contact us  if you are interested in joining  CSU Fresno ATLAS Cloud Computing effort.
Online demos to demonstrate four representative biology workflows  on Windows Azure ( produced at Microsoft Research).

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