Martin Swany

Data Logistics Toolkit software to help scientists manage, share, and manipulate Big Data

School of Informatics and Computing Associate Professor Martin Swany is leading a multi-institutional team that has launched the Data Logistics Toolkit (DLT), a software package that incorporates and extends existing research software. Supported by a $991,351 grant from the National Science Foundation, the DLT will help scientists—even researchers and students at schools with more limited network connections— store and share massive amounts of data more effectively and efficiently.

Martin Swany speaks at the Internet2 Global Summit

The 2014 Internet2 Global Summit was held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Denver, CO.

Time: 03:00 PM- 04:00 PM Room: Plaza Ballroom A/B/C

Session Abstract: A collaboration with Indiana University's Dr. Martin Swaney, Internet2, MAGPI, and the Delaware Biotechnology Institute has created an environment that puts data transfers of high end genomics research on the fast track. "network optimized servers" are being tested across Commodity Internet, Internet2, and AL2S with the results to be shared during this session.

Martin Swany

Martin Swany

Professor of Computer Science, School of Computer Science and Informatics
Educational Background

  • Ph.D., 2003, Computer Science, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • M.S., 1998, Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • B.A., 1993, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Research Interests

His research interests include high-performance parallel and distributed computing and networking.

CREST Researchers are $1 Million Research Recipients

Congratulations to CREST’s Director Andrew Lumsdaine, Executive Associate Director and Chief Scientist Thomas Sterling, Associate Director of Strategy Craig Stewart, and Associate Professor Martin Swany on accumulating more than $1 million in awards in 2012

Martin Swany joins CREST

CREST is delighted to announce the addition

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