Professor Gabriel Parmer's lab conducts fundamental research into OS design and resource management for the challenges of the systems that control the physical world. Current projects include OS design for massive parallelism, fault tolerance and regenerative systems, end-to-end predictable physical system control, complex system customization and programmability via component composition, and fundamentally new approaches to systems security for embedded systems.
- Ph.D., Boston University, 2009
- B.A., Boston University, 2003
- Computer science
- Software engineering and systems
- Richard West and Gabriel Parmer, Application-Specific Service Technologies for Commodity Operating Systems in Real-Time Environments , in Proceedings of the 12th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS '06), San Jose, CA, April 2006, April 2006.
- Gabriel Parmer and Richard West, Hijack: Taking Control of COTS Systems for Real-Time User-Level Services , in Proceedings of the 13th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS 2007), Bellevue, WA, April 2007, April 2007.
- Gabriel Parmer and Richard West, Mutable Protection Domains: Towards a Component-based System for Dependable and Predictable Computing , In Proceedings of the 28th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), Tucson, Az, 3-6 December 2007, December 2007.
- Gabriel Parmer and Richard West, Predictable Interrupt Management and Scheduling in the Composite Component-based System , In Proceedings of the 29th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), Barcelona, Spain, 1-3 December 2008, December 2008.