Probabilistically Analysable Real-Time Systems

Emery Berger

Emery Berger is a senior researcher at BSC and an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His research spans programming languages, runtime systems, and operating systems. Prof. Berger led the language design and development of compiler and runtime systems for the Flux and Eon programming languages, and pioneered the use of randomisation in runtime systems with the DieHard fault tolerant memory manager and the Exterminator automatic error corrector. His honors include a Microsoft Research Fellowship (2001), an NSF CAREER Award (2003) and a Lilly Teaching Fellowship (2006).