Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
Professor Tamir founded and is currently directing the UCLA Concurrent Systems Laboratory. His research interests include hardware, software, and algorithmic issues related to the design and implementation of computer systems. Most of his work is focused on techniques for achieving high performance and high reliability for parallel and distributed systems. Current research projects include: resilient virtualization, fault injection, fault-tolerant cluster managers, fault tolerance for distributed applications, networks-on-a-chip for chip multiprocessors, hardware support for checkpointing, memory hierarchy in multicore chips.