Rauchwerger receives TEES Senior Faculty Fellow Award
Dr. Lawrence Rauchwerger, assistant director of the Center for Large-Scale Scientific Simulations, has been named a Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Senior Faculty Fellow. Faculty selected as TEES Fellows for a third year receive the Senior Faculty designation. The principal purpose of the senior award is to recognize long-term outstanding research performance.
The TEES Fellows Program encompasses the TEES Select Young Faculty and the TEES Fellow/Senior Fellow awards and recognizes faculty members who have made continuous contributions in research for their department.
Rauchwerger is an Eppright Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, co-director of the Parasol Lab, and deputy director and researcher of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences. His research interests are in compilers for parallel and distributed computing, parallel and distributed C++ libraries, adaptive runtime optimizations and architectures for parallel computing.
He has been honored with several awards for his work in computer science including the Halliburton Fellowship Award, the TEES Select Young Faculty and TEES Fellow Awards (2002, 2005), an IBM Faculty Award, an Intel Faculty Award and the NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. He also is an IEEE Fellow and ACM Distinguished Scientist.