News and Opportunities
As of Fall 2015,
I will be moving to
EPFL in Switzerland.
So if you are a prospective PhD student
interested in working with me in particular,
please apply to
EPFL's PhD program.
I am always looking for
graduate students, postdoctoral researchers,
and undergraduate interns.
I will also be in search of support staff for my new lab at EPFL:
at least one software engineering position,
and a group/event manager position,
details to be posted in the coming months.
Feel contact me if you think you have the right skills
and relevant interests.
Bryan Ford leads the
Decentralized/Distributed Systems (DeDiS) research group
at Yale University.
His work focuses broadly on building secure systems,
touching on many particular topics including
secure and certified OS kernels,
parallel and distributed computing,
He has received the
Jay Lepreau Best Paper Award at OSDI,
and grants from NSF, DARPA, and ONR,
NSF CAREER award.
His pedagogical achievements include
the first OS course framework
leading students through development of a working, native multiprocessor OS
kernel. Prof. Ford earned his B.S. at the
University of Utah
and his Ph.D. at MIT,
while researching topics including mobile device naming and routing,
virtualization, microkernel architectures, and touching on programming
languages and formal methods.